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L’éditon Menil de la Muʿallaqa de ʿAntara (1816) : note de bibliophilie orientaliste

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This short notice presents the editio princeps (first edition) of ʿAntara’s Muʿallaqa, due to Vincent Elie Menil (1790-1825), a pupil of Joannes Willmet (1750-1835), and published in Leiden in 1816. It also presents the review written by Antoine-Isaac Silvestre de Sacy (1758-1838) in the Journal des savans in March 1817. As a matter of fact, the edition and the review are bound together in the copy owned by the author of this notice.Cette note présente l’editio princeps de la Muʿallaqa de ʿAntara, due à Vincent Elie Menil (1790-1825), élève de Joannes Willmet (1750-1835) et publiée à Leyde en 1816, ainsi que le compte rendu qu’en a fait Antoine-Isaac Silvestre de Sacy dans le Journal des savans en mars 1817. Ce compte rendu est relié avec l’ouvrage dans l’exemplaire qu’en possède l’auteur de cette note.This article is in French.

Affiliations: 1: Aix-Marseille Université et IREMAM


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