Le De obseruantia ciborum, les Dynamidia et le Liber glossarum

Abstract : The De obseruantia ciborum is the second book of the Hippocratic De uictus ratione; its edition by Mazzini (1984) is based both on C (Cologny Bodmer 84) and on the text of the so-called Dynamidia, which borrows from the DOC. As part of Lindsay's edition of the Liber glossarum, Heiberg published in 1924 extracts from the Dynamidia preserved in this encyclopedia, but it eluded him the VE221 entry, which is important for the reconstruction of the text of the γ family, because the beginning of the text is missing in the mss of this family. Variants of the VE221 entry confirm lessons chosen by Mazzini and his conjectures, and rise issues concerning the stemma.
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Anne Grondeux. Le De obseruantia ciborum, les Dynamidia et le Liber glossarum. Dossiers d'HEL, SHESL, 2016, Le Liber glossarum (s. VII-VIII) : Composition, sources, réception, pp.283-302. ⟨http://htl.linguist.univ-paris-diderot.fr/hel/dossiers/numero10⟩. ⟨hal-01421193v3⟩

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