THE MEDIEVAL TRADITION OF CICERO’S VERRINES

Michael D. Reeve

Resumen


Four conclusions are drawn from partial collation of 90 witnesses to the Verrines and full collation of a few: that the French family up to II 1.90 has other independent members besides D, that the family of p can be reduced to p, that the most valuable of the deteriores is a manuscript hitherto unreported, and that the agreement of p or this manuscript with the French family gives the oldest text recoverable from the medieval tradition. 


Palabras clave


Cicero; Verrines; manuscripts; French; Italian; Bruni.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33776/ec.v20i0.2955



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