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Le codex Buslidianus des épopées de Stace

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La Haye, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, 128 A 38

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Several readings of the codex Buslidianus of Statius are quoted from Bernartius (1595) and Gronovius (1653) in the recent edition by Hall, Ritchie and Edwards (2007-2008). This manuscript has not yet been identified, and the question whether Bernartius and Gronovius refer to the same manuscript or not has not been answered yet. By examining a collation made by Gronovius, it proves possible both to establish that the codex Buslidianus he used is a manuscript preserved at the Royal Library in The Hague (National Library of the Netherlands), and to suggest that Bernartius used the same source. These findings shed light on the history of the manuscript of The Hague, and they reveal that some readings of those folios that are now lost have been preserved by Gronovius. Plusieurs leçons du codex Buslidianus de Stace sont citées d’après Bernartius (1595) et Gronovius (1653) dans la récente édition de Hall, Ritchie et Edwards (2007-2008). Ce manuscrit n’a pas encore été identifié, et la question de savoir si les éditeurs anciens se réfèrent ou non au même manuscrit n’a pas encore trouvé réponse. L’examen d’une collation effectuée par Gronovius permet de démontrer que le codex Buslidianus qu’il a utilisé est un manuscrit conservé à la Bibliothèque Royale de La Haye (Bibliothèque Nationale des Pays-Bas), et de suggérer que Bernartius a utilisé la même source. Ces découvertes éclairent l’histoire du manuscrit de La Haye, et elles révèlent que certaines leçons de ses feuillets aujourd’hui perdus ont été préservées par Gronovius. This article is in French.

Affiliations: 1: Universität Basel, Klassische Philologie valery.berlincourt@unibas.ch

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