The Early Textual History of Lucretius De rerum natura (Cambridge Classical Studies)

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The translation and the paper have to be passed with at least a 5. Students will be invited to discuss their paper and their results for this seminar participation, oral presentation, oral examination, paper individually with the teacher, as soon as the results have been published. Loeb Classical Library. Latin Text and English. Translation Rouse and M. Oxford University Press ;.

The Early Textual History of Lucretius' De Rerum Natura Butterfield David

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Timetable The timetable is available on the Classics and Ancient Civilizations website. The first and last chapters are relatively unimportant: the account of the manuscripts is, as Butterfield makes clear, original mainly in its presentation, not its evidence, and the annotations in Q explored in chapter 5 matter little for the text or its history.

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In the three central chapters, however, Butterfield supplies an immense amount of evidence, much of it new. In chapter 2, after examining every quotation of Lucretius from antiquity to the tenth century in terms of its accuracy, authenticity, and possible sources, Butterfield argues that there is relatively little reliable evidence for the text outside the direct manuscript transmission, although he concedes that some few signs in the indirect tradition suggest access to authentic evidence and that two or three of the fragments just might be genuine, to be placed in lacunae in the extant text.

After examining the capitula headings found within the text and, for Books 4—6, in separate indices at the beginning of each book , he concludes that they began as marginal summaries, probably written in late antiquity, that were later inserted into the text as headings, and that they have no textual importance.

He concludes from these arguments that except for a few ancient quotations there is no authentic evidence [End Page ] for the text of Lucretius other than that of the ninth-century manuscripts: the tradition is closed, the text is quite corrupt, and the establishment of the text is therefore very much up to the editor.

Its value to the reader who is not about to edit Lucretius is rather different: it allows us Access options available:. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.

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Munksgaard, Taub, Liba Chaia. Volk, Katharina. Manilius and His Intellectual Background. Oxford: Oxford University Press, See also Vitruvius, De architectura 9. She received her Ph. Her research focuses on the literary aspects of scientific and technical texts from the ancient world.

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Her current book project Technical Ekphrasis in Ancient Science: The Written Machine between Alexandria and Rome, forthcoming from Cambridge University Press traces the literary techniques used in the textual representation of technological artifacts from Hellenistic Greece to late-ancient Rome.

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