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By Mineo, Bernard
A spouse to Livy incorporates a selection of essays representing the main updated overseas scholarship at the lifestyles and works of the Roman historian Livy.
- Features contributions from best Livian students from round the world
- Presents for the 1st time a brand new interpretation of Livy's old philosophy, which represents a key to an total interpretation of Livy's physique of work
- Includes stories of Livy's paintings from an Indo-European comparative aspect
- Provides the main glossy experiences on literary archetypes for Livy's narrative of the historical past of early Rome
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Liuium, auctorem celeberrimum, in Historiarum suarum, quas repetit ab origine Vrbis quodam uolumine sic exorsum: satis jam sibi gloriæ quæsitum et potuisse se desinere, ni animus inquies pasceretur opere. ”) Apparently unable to stop writing, an activity that had become synonymous with living, he offered his contemporary readers, for their own amusement, a “continuation” that enabled him to describe the events that had happened after Actium and, ﬁnally, the ﬁrst years of Augustus’ reign. It seems likely that, initially, Livy intended to end his history with the civil war and the return to a lawful state, that is the years 30–27 BC when he started writing his Roman history, sharing in the hope of renewal that the politicians claimed they would strive toward when they talked of a res publica restituta (Hurlet and Mineo 2009).
The Puteaneus tradition thus reappears in Italy, but only from the twelfth century (Reeve 1987a, 151), and will be proliﬁc between the middle of the twelfth and ﬁfteenth centuries. tex V2 - 08/05/2014 12:32pm Page 11 Livian Manuscript Tradition 11 Editors traditionally retain: • • N48 (or Laurentianus Notatus). Copied around Rome at the turn of the twelfth–thirteenth century, it contains Spirensian additions and corrections. A49 (or Aginnensis). 6. This part, written, similar to N, in the twelfth–thirteenth century, was corrected and completed from a Spirensian source in Books 26–30 in the fourteenth century.
J H Stemma for the Second Decade M44 (or Mediceus) was copied at Corbie, or at Tours for Corbie (von Büren 1996, 60), at the end of the ninth century, ﬁrst directly from P and then from R (Reeve 1996c, 88 n. 53; Busonero 2004, 34). It never went further than 30, 26, 10 (Reeve 1987a, 160). C45 (or Colbertinus), copied at Cluny at the end of the tenth century (von Büren, 1996, 59–63), is the only known manuscript that derives from P independently from R and transmits all the Decade. It is therefore particularly important for Book 21 and for the end of Book 30.
A Companion to Livy by Mineo, Bernard