1887
Volume 8, Issue 1
  • ISSN 0302-5160
  • E-ISSN: 1569-9781
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Abstract

SUMMARYThe rich treasure-house of unedited grammatical material, some of which has already been reported, held in various manuscript collections dating from the Middle Ages contains a number of versions of the grammatical works of Donatus and more than 200 commentaries, most of them anonymous, on various aspects of the Donatus corpus. The purpose of these notes is to draw attention to these commentaries dating from the period 11th - 15th centuries and to suggest that a reappraisal of Donatus's status in medieval grammatical study is needed.RESUMELe riche tresor, deja en partie inventarie, des documents grammaticaux inedits conserves dans diverses collections de manuscrits medievales contient un bon nombre de versions des ouvrages grammaticaux de Donat et plus de 200 commentaires, anonymes, pour la plupart, portant sur differents aspects du corpus donatien. Les remarques ici proposees visent a attirer l'attention sur ces commentaires, qui vont du lleme au 15eme siecle, et a souligner la necessity de reexaminer la place occupee par Donat dans les recherches grammaticales du Moyen Age.
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1981-01-01
2019-10-19
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