The A.(uthor) offers a palaeographic, codicological and philological analysis of the well known Demosthenes Paris. Coslin. 339. He rectifies the current date (saec. XV) and identifies the main scribe as Nicola Triclines (saec. XIV1). He further examines the results of the studies about the manuscript tradition of some demosthenic speeches: the Paris. Coislin. 339 is always related with manuscrits which stem from Demetrius Triclinius and his milieu. In particular the A. identifies Demetrius Triclinius’s and scribe C’s hands in the ms. Paris. gr. 2995. Some marginalia in the Paris. Coislin. 339 are also studied and published: the handwriting is almost identical with Maximus Planudes’, so the A. reconsiders the question of the relationship between Planudes and Triclinius. These scholia have probably been written by one of the hands of the Strabo Marc. gr. XI.6 (scribe A), formerly identified with Planudes’, but recently assigned to one of his pupils.

Tricliniana et ‘Planudea’ : Alcune osservazioni sul Demostene Paris. Coisl. 339 / T. Martinelli (TRAVAUX ET MÉMOIRES DU CENTRE DE RECHERCHE D'HISTOIRE ET CIVILISATION DE BYZANCE. MONOGRAPHIES). - In: Le livre manuscrit grec: écritures, matériaux, histoire / [a cura di] M. Cronier, B. Mondrain. - Prima edizione. - Paris : Association des Amis du Centre d’Hostoire et Civilisatione de Byzance, 2020. - ISBN 9782916716817. - pp. 247-278 (( Intervento presentato al 9. convegno Colloque international de Paléographie grecque tenutosi a Paris nel 2018.

Tricliniana et ‘Planudea’ : Alcune osservazioni sul Demostene Paris. Coisl. 339

T. Martinelli
2020

Abstract

The A.(uthor) offers a palaeographic, codicological and philological analysis of the well known Demosthenes Paris. Coslin. 339. He rectifies the current date (saec. XV) and identifies the main scribe as Nicola Triclines (saec. XIV1). He further examines the results of the studies about the manuscript tradition of some demosthenic speeches: the Paris. Coislin. 339 is always related with manuscrits which stem from Demetrius Triclinius and his milieu. In particular the A. identifies Demetrius Triclinius’s and scribe C’s hands in the ms. Paris. gr. 2995. Some marginalia in the Paris. Coislin. 339 are also studied and published: the handwriting is almost identical with Maximus Planudes’, so the A. reconsiders the question of the relationship between Planudes and Triclinius. These scholia have probably been written by one of the hands of the Strabo Marc. gr. XI.6 (scribe A), formerly identified with Planudes’, but recently assigned to one of his pupils.
Demetrius Triclinius; Maximus Planudes; greek manuscripts; Demosthenes
Settore L-FIL-LET/02 - Lingua e Letteratura Greca
Settore L-FIL-LET/05 - Filologia Classica
Settore L-FIL-LET/07 - Civilta' Bizantina
Settore M-STO/09 - Paleografia
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