Title: The Opusculum de anima (CPG 1773; 7717) : An Unassuming Late Antique School Text with an Impressive Offspring
Authors: Poirier, Paul-Hubert
Janssens, Bart
Włodzimierz, Zega
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Peeters
Series Title: Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
Host Document: Editing Classical and Medieval Texts with a Multilingual Tradition. Proceedings of the ATTEMT Workshop, held at King's College, London, 19-20 December 2013
Conference: Approaches to the Editing of Texts with a Multilingual Tradition (ATTEMT) location:London date:19-20 December 2013
Abstract: The main aim of the present contribution is to present the multilingual (Greek, Syriac, Arabic, Persian, Latin) tradition of the Opusculum de anima (CPG 1773 and 7717) and to announce the critical edition of the Greek and Syriac texts. For the first time three (instead of two) recensions of the Greek text are identified, and a complete list of all known Greek manuscripts presented. In addition the manuscripts of the Syriac and Medieval Latin versions, including some recent discoveries, are described.
Publication status: submitted
KU Leuven publication type: IHb
Appears in Collections:Greek Studies, Leuven

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