Notas sobre la difusi&#243;n en Portugal del <italic>Libellus de constructione octo partium orationis</italic> (Londres 1513) durante la primera mitad del siglo XVI

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This paper studies the spreading in the Latin-Portuguese grammaticography of the Libellus de constructione octo partium orationis (London 1513), written by William Lily and revised by Erasmus of Rotterdam. First, the editorial history of the Libellus and its dissemination in Europe are summarily presented. The second part analyses the textual and doctrinal similarities between the syntax of Lily / Erasmus and the following grammars: The Institutiones, tum lucidae, tum compendiosae, latinarum literarum of Máximo de Sousa, the Institutiones grammaticae latinae of Nicolaus Clenardus, the Latinae grammatices compendium of Duarte Pinhel, the Grammaticae introductiones breuiores et lucidiores of Jerónimo Cardoso and the Grammatices duo compendia of Fernando Soares Homem.


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