JACOBUS DE BREDA Y LA IMPRENTA HOLANDESA EN LA TRADICIÓN DE OPERA ET DIES DE NICOLÁS VALLA

Antonio Moreno Hernández, Jesús López Zamora

Resumen


The aim of this article is to analyze the incunable editions of Nicolaus Valla’s Opera et Dies, printed in Deventer by Jacobus de Breda; to examine its liation relationships with other Ducht incunable editions and manuscript witness of the hesiodic translation by the Roman humanist; and, thereby, to establish its position in the stemma codicum of the text. 


Palabras clave


Nicolaus de Valle; Jacobus de Breda; textual criticism.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33776/ec.v20i0.2917



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