2 edition of manuscript-tradition of pseudo-Plutarch"s Vitae decem oratorvm found in the catalog.
manuscript-tradition of pseudo-Plutarch"s Vitae decem oratorvm
Clarence George Lowe
Bibliography: p. 53.
|Statement||by Clarence George Lowe.|
|Series||University of Illinois studies in language and literature, vol. 9, no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||53|
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Get this from a library. The manuscript-tradition of pseudo-Plutarch's Vitae decem oratorvm. [Clarence George Lowe]. Get this from a library. The manuscript-tradition of pseudo-Plutarch's Vitae decem oratorvm. [Clarence George Lowe]. The book was placed on Roman Catholic Index on March 8,yet seems to have escaped the list of prohibited books issues by Clement VIII in The second edition of Bartolomeo’s work is included in a list of suspected or forbidden books from.
The text has therefore been transmitted both directly, through its own manuscript tradition, and indirectly, via its use by later writers, while Eusebius' habit of drawing on his own works See also his discussion in Die Textbezeugung der Vita Constantini des Eusebius von Caesarea (TU 84, Berlin, ).
See Winkelmann, p. xxxi. See A.