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Les compilateurs du Liber glossarum ont-ils utilisé un manuscrit interpolé des Instructions d'Eucher ?

Abstract : The article presents Eucherius manuscripts of Instructiones prior to the 9th century in which the authors of Liber glossarum could find some interpretations of Hebrew names and shows that these authors used an interpolated manuscript since they copied at least one of the 25 supplementary interpretations of Hebrew names contained in the edition of Eucherius Instructiones published by Johannes Alexander Brassicanus at Basle in 1531.
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Olivier Szerwiniack. Les compilateurs du Liber glossarum ont-ils utilisé un manuscrit interpolé des Instructions d'Eucher ?. Dossiers d'HEL, SHESL, 2016, Le Liber glossarum (s. VII-VIII) : Composition, sources, réception, pp.265-269. ⟨hal-01420128v1⟩

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