The aim of the paper is to describe the textual tradition of the Lucidario ascribed to Sancho IV king of Castile (1285-1294), son of Alfonso X. The encyclopedic treatise, which consists in a series of answers of a master to his disciple about many theological and natural subjects, is preserved in six castilian manuscripts and in one manuscript of a latin translation made in the seventeenth century; everyone of them offers a different version of the text, either for the total amount of the chapters or for their internal sequence, posing therefore the problem of their reciprocal relations. Through an external and internal inspection of the manuscripts, and particularly by means of various errors and variants shared by them, it's possible to define a stemma codicum with two families. While in most cases both of them show the same text, ther are some chapters in which one family diverges from the other because of the presence of different sections, as result of an intervention on the original text. A new critical edition will make us of all the manuscripts to reconstruct the shared part of the text, pointing out at the same time the sections belonging only to one or the other family, showing the textual stratification throughout the work's history.

Apuntes para una edición crítica del Lucidario del rey Sancho IV de Castilla / L. Sacchi. - In: INCIPIT. - ISSN 0326-0941. - 27:(2007), pp. 113-186.

Apuntes para una edición crítica del Lucidario del rey Sancho IV de Castilla

L. Sacchi
Primo
2007

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The aim of the paper is to describe the textual tradition of the Lucidario ascribed to Sancho IV king of Castile (1285-1294), son of Alfonso X. The encyclopedic treatise, which consists in a series of answers of a master to his disciple about many theological and natural subjects, is preserved in six castilian manuscripts and in one manuscript of a latin translation made in the seventeenth century; everyone of them offers a different version of the text, either for the total amount of the chapters or for their internal sequence, posing therefore the problem of their reciprocal relations. Through an external and internal inspection of the manuscripts, and particularly by means of various errors and variants shared by them, it's possible to define a stemma codicum with two families. While in most cases both of them show the same text, ther are some chapters in which one family diverges from the other because of the presence of different sections, as result of an intervention on the original text. A new critical edition will make us of all the manuscripts to reconstruct the shared part of the text, pointing out at the same time the sections belonging only to one or the other family, showing the textual stratification throughout the work's history.
El artículo está dedicado al estudio de la tradición textual del Lucidario de Sancho IV de Castilla (1285-1294), hijo de Alfonso X. La obra, de carácter enciclopédico, consiste en una serie de respuestas de un maestro a su discípulo sobre la teología y la naturaleza: los manuscritos hoy conocidos (seis en castellano más uno que guarda una traducción en latín) difieren en el número o en el orden de sus capítulos, planteando así el problema de sus relaciones. Por medio de un análisis estructural y textual de los testimonios, y en particular gracias a los errores compartidos por parte de ellos, es posible proponer un stemma codicum, dividido en dos familias. En la mayoría de los casos ellas comparten el mismo texto, que es posible reconstruir; sin embargo, en algunos capítulos cada familia se opone a la otra por la presencia de secciones diferentes, que parecen el resultado de intervenciones sucesivas. En la nueva edición crítica será posible distinguir entre texto compartido y secciones pertenecientes a cada familia, destacando así los materiales que se agregaron a la obra durante su historia.
Lucidario ; Sancho IV ; literatura didáctica ; didactic literature ; enciclopedia medieval ; medieval enciclopedia ; crítica textual ; textual criticism
Settore L-FIL-LET/09 - Filologia e Linguistica Romanza
2007
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