Notes on the Text, Language and Content of Some New Fragments of Pelagonius

Classical Quarterly 42 (2):489-509 (1992)

Abstract

The Ars Veterinaria of the fourth-century writer Pelagonius has hitherto been known only from the MS. Florence, Bibl. Riccardiana 1179, a codex copied in 1485 for Politian from an early manuscript. Apart from this there have only been some palimpsest fragments from Bobbio.

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