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Résumé :

The miscellaneous codex Par. gr. 1630 (mid-14th century), written by the scribe Chariton, of the monastery τῶν Ὁδηγῶν, contains, among many other texts, a selection of epigrams from the so-called Sylloge Parisina, fully preserved by a 12th/13th century manuscript, the Par. suppl. gr. 352. The aim of this paper is to analyse the principles followed by Chariton in designing his (informal) anthology. Particular attention will be paid to a synonymic substitution that might be explained by his moral scruples, as they also appear from his selection of poems with respect to his model. Keywords: Chariton, epigrams, anthology, Sylloge Parisina, censorship.
Villes Dépôts Fonds Cotes Type Commentaire Tome Pages
Firenze Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (BML) Plut. 32. 16 130 (n. 169), 135 (n. 18), 144 (n. 38)
Paris Bibliothèque nationale de France (BNF) Grec 1630 131 (et nn. 1-2), 132, 134 (et n. 16), 135 (n. 18)
Paris Bibliothèque nationale de France (BNF) supplément grec 0352 131, 134, 135 (et n. 18)
Paris Bibliothèque nationale de France (BNF) supplément grec 0384 135 (et n. 18)
Venezia Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana (BNM) gr. Z. 481 (coll. 0863) 135 (n. 18), 136, 142
Wien Österreichische Nationalbibliothek (ÖNB) phil. gr. 311 135 (n. 18), 144 (n. 38)