Studies on the text of Macrobius" Saturnalia

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Macrobius, Ambrosius Aurelius Theodosius. -- Criticism, Te
StatementRobert A. Kaster.
SeriesAmerican Philological Association American classical studies -- v. 55
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LC ClassificationsPA6499 .K37 2010
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ISBN 139780199751365
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Studies on the Text of Macrobius' Saturnalia is a companion to new editions of Macrobius' encyclopedic dialogue that are to appear in the Loeb Classical Library and Studies on the text of Macrobius Saturnalia book Oxford Classical Texts first chapter reports the results of a new survey of all the extant manuscripts of the work written before the 13th century and provides the first detailed stemma, which allows the early Cited by: 2.

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Studies on the Text of Macrobius' Saturnalia is a companion to new editions of Macrobius' encyclopedic dialogue that are to appear in the Loeb Classical Library and the Oxford Classical Texts series. The first chapter reports the results of a new survey of all the extant manuscripts of the work written before the 13th century and provides the first detailed stemma, which allows the early.

Studies on the Text of Macrobius' Saturnalia (Society for Classical Studies American Classical Studies (No. 55)) (Book). Preview. When James Willis’ Teubner edition of Macrobius first appeared, reviewers criticized, severely but justifiably, various aspects of its editorial foundation even while acknowledging (as, for example, Marshall did) that Willis’ text itself was reasonably sound.

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MACROBIUS SATURNALIA PDF Macrobius’s Saturnalia, an encyclopedic celebration of Roman culture written in the early fifth century CE, has been prized since the Renaissance as a treasure.

Ambrosius Theodosius Macrobius, (flourished ad), Latin grammarian and philosopher whose most important work is the Saturnalia, the last known example.

Macrobius: Saturnalia Convivia, III The Bill of Fare of a Great Roman Banquet, 63 BCE This text is part of the Internet Ancient History Sourcebook.

The Sourcebook is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted texts related to medieval and Byzantine history. and the Fordham Center for Medieval Studies in providing web space and. Robert A. Kaster. Studies on the text of Macrobius’. Oxford: Oxford University Press, X, S., ISBN Reviewed by Peter Habermehl Published on H-Soz-u-Kult (January, ) Zeitgenossen kannten Macrobius am ehesten.

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[Robert A Kaster] -- Studies on the Text of Macrobius' Saturnalia is a companion to new editions of Macrobius' encyclopedic dialogue that are to appear in the Loeb Classical Library and the Oxford Classical Texts series.

The Saturnalia, Macrobius’s encyclopedic celebration of Roman culture written in the early fifth century CE, has been prized since the Renaissance as a treasure trove of otherwise unattested in the form of a dialogue, the Saturnalia treats subjects as diverse as the divinity of the Sun and the quirks of human digestion while showcasing Virgil as the master of all human knowledge.

Robert A. Kaster, Macrobius: Saturnalia. any case for its fresh Latin text, consistently readable translation, and rich annotation can also claim.

Title: Macrobius Saturnalia English Translation Pdf, Author: teutecmentnant, Name: Macrobius Saturnalia English Translation Pdf, Length: 3. Macrobius's Saturnalia (Latin: Saturnaliorum Libri Septem, "Seven Books of the Saturnalia ") consists of an account of the discussions held at the house of Vettius Agorius Praetextatus during the holiday of the Saturnalia.

It contains a great variety of curious historical, mythological, critical, antiquarian and grammatical discussions. Literary Studies Topics in Translator's Preface.

Contents. Introduction. Macrobius: The Saturnalia Book 1 The Saturnalia Book 2. The Satußmlia Book 3 And Dons. Appendix B: Originality, Imitation, And Plagiarism.

Appendix C: Lines from Homer, Lucretius, and Vergil Where the Text of Macrobius Differs from the Oxford Classical Text. Macrobius's Saturnalia, an encyclopedic celebration of Roman culture written in the early fifth century CE, has been prized since the Renaissance as a treasure trove of otherwise unattested lore.

Cast in the form of a dialogue it treats diverse topics while showcasing Virgil as master of all human knowledge, from diction to religion. The Saturnalia, Macrobius's encyclopedic celebration of Roman culture written in the early fifth century CE, has been prized since the Renaissance as a treasure trove of otherwise unattested lore.

Cast in the form of a dialogue, the Saturnalia treats subjects as diverse as the divinity of the Sun and the quirks of human digestion while showcasing Virgil as the master of all human knowledge. Saturnalia (Latin: Saturnaliorum Libri Septem, "Seven Books of the Saturnalia ") is a work written after c.

AD by the Roman provincial Macrobius Theodosius (b. AD - d.?). The Saturnalia consists of an account of the discussions held at the house of Vettius Agorius Praetextatus during the.

MACROBIUS Kaster (R.A.) Studies on the Text of Macrobius' Saturnalia. (American Philological Association, American Classical Studies ) Pp. x + New York: Oxford University Press, for the American Philological Association, Cased, £40, US$ ISBN: doi: /sx Saturnalia | Macrobius | download | B–OK.

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Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the. Studies on the Text of Macrobius’s ‘Saturnalia’. New York Wigodsky, M. Vergil and Early Latin Poetry. Wiesbaden. Notes. As Cameron showed, we have for centuries put ourselves on a first name basis with this man, who should more properly be addressed as Theodosius.

See also Cameron and Kaster -xvii. Macrobius’ “ Saturnalia.” PhD dissertation. Louis University. Coarelli, The Literary Microcosm: Theories of Interpretation of the Later Neoplatonists.

Columbia Studies in the Classical Tradition, 2. Leiden. Courcelle, P. Latin Writers and Their Greek Sources. Trans. by H. Wedeck. Studies on the Text of Macrobius’s. The new Latin text is based on a refined understanding of the medieval tradition and improves on Willis' standard edition in nearly places.

The accompanying translation - only the second in English and the only one now in print - offers a clear and sprightly rendition of Macrobius' ornate Latin and is supplemented by ample annotation. Macrobius's Saturnalia is a key text for any evaluation of the intellectual interests of the elite of late 4th- and early 5th-century Rome.

Modern readers have assumed the Saturnalia to be a showcase for pagan culture, according to some nothing less than a work of pagan propaganda.

Indeed, study of the Saturnalia has overlapped with study of what has become known as the “pagan revival” of. The new Latin text is based on a refined understanding of the medieval tradition and improves on Willis’s standard edition in nearly places.

The accompanying translation—only the second in English and the only one now in print—offers a clear and sprightly rendition of Macrobius’s ornate Latin and is supplemented by ample annotation.

his new critical edition of Saturnalia is the last milestone of a long re-search itinerary that Robert Kaster has devoted to Macrobius. The OCT text has been prepared for by his Studies on the Text of Macrobius’ Saturna-lia (Oxford, ; hereafter STMS), an important book containing a.

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Macrobius's Saturnalia, an encyclopedic celebration of Roman culture written in the early fifth century CE, has been prized since the Renaissance as a treasure trove of otherwise unattested lore.

Cast in the form of a dialogue, it treats diverse topics while showcasing Virgil as master of all human knowledge, from diction to religion.Studies on the Text of Macrobius' Saturnalia Studies on the Text of Macrobius' Saturnalia is a companion to new editions of Macrobius' encyclopedic dialogue that are to appear in the Loeb Classical Library and the Oxford Classical Texts series.Lat.

and Its Relationship to the Text of Macrobius's Saturnalia 7.” Itemizes differences between two manuscripts of Book 7 of the Saturnalia ” Mediaeval Studies