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Il De Haeresibus attribuito a Isidoro e il Liber glossarum : alcune considerazioni

Abstract : The Liber Glossarum contains a number of entries arising from the De haeresibus, an anonymous haeresiological treatise that is preserved by the so-called Codex Ovetensis (El Escorial, R.II.18) and that, according to A.C. Vega, should be attributed to Isidore of Seville. Since all of these entries, apart from one, are linked – either explicitly or implicitly – to Isidore, the Liber Glossarum appears to provide important support for Vega’s attribution. A possible link between the De haeresibus and Isidore can perhaps also be found in an epistle of Elipando of Toledo to Alcuin, written in 798 AD.
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Luigi Pirovano. Il De Haeresibus attribuito a Isidoro e il Liber glossarum : alcune considerazioni. Dossiers d'HEL, SHESL, 2016, Le Liber glossarum (s. VII-VIII) : Composition, courses, réception, pp.199-207. ⟨hal-01420106⟩



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