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Le Vitae Horatii di Svetonio, Porfirione e Pseudo-Acrone

Chiara Formenti

Abstract


The most ancient Vitae Horatii are four: the one attributed to Svetonius, the biography contained in the commentary of Porphyrio and the two Vitae transmitted from the manuscripts of the Pseudacronian scholia. The reconstruction of the diffusion of the Vitae in the manuscript tradition and the comparison of their content allow to identify the relationships between them. Secondly, the work focuses on the two Pseudacronian Vitae, in order to establish whether they are an integral part of these scholia; furthermore, the first Vita seems to be an accessus to Horace.


Keywords


biografia; commenti carolingi; commenti tardoantichi; manoscritti; Orazio; Porfirione; Pseudo-Acrone; scholia; Svetonio; Vitae; biography; Carolingian commentaries; Horace; late antique commentaries; manuscripts; Porphyrio; Pseudo-Acro; scholia; Svetonius

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7358/erga-2018-002-form




Erga-Logoi. Rivista di storia, letteratura, diritto e culture dell'antichità
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