ENTRE FILÓLOGOS COMNENOS Y COPISTAS PALEÓLOGOS: OPIANO Y EURÍPIDES EN EL SALMANTICENSIS 31 (CON UNA CARTA AL PATRIARCA DE CONSTANTINOPLA)

Teresa Martínez Manzano

Resumen


Salmanticensis 31, which contains works by Oppian and Euripides, is examined in this paper from the palaeographic, the tex- tual and the historic-cultural standpoints. Special attention is paid to its stemmatic connection to Laur. Plut. 31, 3, as well as to its exegetic apparatus (probably related with John Tzetzes ? work) and to John Ca- liandres (a copist belonging to the rst half of the 14th century). An unpublished letter to the Patriarch of Constantinople is tran- scribed as an appendix. 


Palabras clave


Oppian; Euripides; Greek Palaeography; textual transmission; John anagnostes Caliandres.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33776/ec.v20i0.2907



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