Within the "Latin Anthology", the section 210-214 R (= 201-205 Sh.B.), which was composed by Felix vir clarissimus, celebrates the thermal baths built by the king Thrasamundus (496-523) in a place near Carthage called Alianas. This paper focuses to the quality of the handwritten tradition, against the secular accumulation of conjectures: only the text of the Codex Salmasianus (Parisinus Latinus 10318) itself is able to clarify the context and the true meaning of these poems.

Veronesi, V. (2010). Note sui carmi 210 - 214 R (= 201 - 205 Sh. B.) dell’'Anthologia latina'. AL. RIVISTA DI STUDI DI ANTHOLOGIA LATINA, 1, 147-161.

Note sui carmi 210 - 214 R (= 201 - 205 Sh. B.) dell’'Anthologia latina'

Vanni Veronesi
2010

Abstract

Within the "Latin Anthology", the section 210-214 R (= 201-205 Sh.B.), which was composed by Felix vir clarissimus, celebrates the thermal baths built by the king Thrasamundus (496-523) in a place near Carthage called Alianas. This paper focuses to the quality of the handwritten tradition, against the secular accumulation of conjectures: only the text of the Codex Salmasianus (Parisinus Latinus 10318) itself is able to clarify the context and the true meaning of these poems.
Veronesi, V. (2010). Note sui carmi 210 - 214 R (= 201 - 205 Sh. B.) dell’'Anthologia latina'. AL. RIVISTA DI STUDI DI ANTHOLOGIA LATINA, 1, 147-161.
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