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Title The colloquia of the Hermeneumata Pseudodositheana. Volume 1, Colloquia Monacensia-einsidlensia, Leidense-Stephani, and Stephani / edited with introduction, translation and commentary by Eleanor Dickey
Published Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012


Description 1 online resource (xi, 275 pages) : illustrations
Series Cambridge classical texts and commentaries ; 49
Cambridge classical texts and commentaries ; 49.
Contents Part 1. Introduction. The colloquia and their context. 1.1. Language learning in antiquity. 1.1.1. Greek learning by Latin speakers. 1.1.2. Latin learning by Greek speakers. Surviving Latin-learning materials. Glossaries. Grammatical materials. Texts -- 1.2. The Hermeneumata and their contents. 1.2.1. Surviving materials: overview. 1.2.2. Colloquia: preliminaries. 1.2.3. The glossaries. 1.2.4. The texts. 1.2.5. Incipit hermeneumata id est libri xii. 1.2.6. The three books. 1.2.7. The date of AD 207. 1.2.8. Place of composition. 1.2.9. Conclusions -- 1.3. The origins and development of the colloquia. 1.3.1. Place of composition: evidence from content. 1.3.2. Linguistic evidence. 1.3.3. Date of composition. 1.3.4. Conclusions -- 1.4. How the colloquia were used -- 1.5. The nature of this edition
Part 2. Colloquia Monacensia-Einsidlensia. Introduction to the Colloquia Monacensia-Einsidlensia. 2.1. Sources for the text. 2.1.1. Manuscripts of the M version. Z/R/Y branch. T/W branch. Q/X branch. 2.1.2. Manuscripts of the E version. A/N branch. D/G/B branch. Hermonymus branch. Reuchlin branch. The relationship of the diferent branches of the E version. 2.1.3. Editions of the colloquia -- 2.2. The nature of the Monacensia version. 2.2.1. The transliterated Greek. The date of the transliteration -- 2.3. The Einsidlensia version and its relationship to the Monacensia. 2.3.1. The arrangement of the colloquia. 2.3.2. The omissions and wording diferences -- 2.4. The origin of the ME colloquia. 2.4.1. Content and language. 2.4.2. The manuscript tradition -- Text, translation, and critical apparatus. Index Siglorum. Colloquia Monacensia-Einsidlensia -- Commentary
Part 3. Colloquium Leidense-Stephani. Introduction to the Colloquium Leidense-Stephani. 3.1. Sources for the text. 3.1.1. The Leiden manuscript. 3.1.2. The Stephanus edition. 3.1.3. Modern editions -- 3.2. The nature of the colloquium. 3.2.1. The vocabulary lists. 3.2.2. The Greek orthography. 3.2.3. Other aspects of the language. 3.2.4. Conclusions -- Text, translation, and critical apparatus. Index Siglorum. Colloquium Leidense-Stephani -- Commentary
Part 4. Colloquium Stephani -- Introduction to the Colloquium Stephani -- 4.1. Sources for the text -- 4.2. Nature and language of the colloquium -- 4.3. The digressions -- 4.4. The date of the colloquium -- Text, translation, and critical apparatus. Index Siglorum. Colloquium Stephani -- Commentary. -- Endmatter. Appendix: Comparison of capitula sections. Abbreviations. References. Concordances
Summary New edition, first ever translation and ground-breaking study of three ancient depictions of daily life in the Roman Empire
Notes Usually attributed to Dositheus, Magister
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 262-270) and index
Notes Texts in Ancient Greek, Latin and English, in parallel columns; introduction and critical apparatus in English
Print version record and online resource
Subject Pseudo-Dositheus.
SUBJECT Pseudo-Dositheus. fast (OCoLC)fst01601672
Subject Latin language -- Grammar -- Early works to 1500.
Greek language -- Grammar -- Early works to 1500.
Latin language -- Grammar.
Greek language -- Grammar.
Genre/Form Early works.
Form Electronic book
Author Dickey, Eleanor, editor
Dositheus, Magister
ISBN 9781139096706