The Ancient Classics in the Mediaeval Libraries

@article{BeddieTheAC,
  title={The Ancient Classics in the Mediaeval Libraries},
  author={J. S. Beddie},
  journal={Speculum},
  volume={5},
  pages={3 - 20}
}
AS THE twelfth century was the age of the second revival of the ancient classics, it would be of interest to know what works of Greek and Roman writers were present in the libraries of the period and which of those available had the greatest popularity and the widest diffusion. For this purpose a retracing of the manuscript tradition of the texts of the classical authors through the mediaeval period would be most desirable, indeed necessary, for a complete picture. Still, considerable… Expand
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