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Abréger les textes antiques

The use of abbreviated versions of literary works from all fields of knowledge, from botany to the whole work of a historian such as Livy, was extremely common in Antiquity. These digests had various forms, ranging from “summary” (periochae) to the selection of abstracts (epitome), and passing by paraphrase; the absence of any theoretical framework, in the Greco-Roman world, explains such diversity. The contributors to this volume have been interested in studying specific cases of ancient ...

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  • Publisher : MOM Éditions
  • Series : Littérature & Linguistique | 2
  • Place of publication : Lyon
  • Year of publication : 2020
  • Published on OpenEdition Books : 18 janvier 2021
  • EAN (Print version) : 9782356680693
  • Electronic EAN : 9782356681744
  • DOI : 10.4000/books.momeditions.10552
  • Number of pages : 260 p.
Isabelle Boehm and Daniel Vallat

Première partie. Résumer les textes scientifiques et techniques

Christine F. Salazar and Philip van der Eijk
Aetius of Amida’s abbreviations of his Galenic source texts
Anne-Marie Doyen-Higuet
L’Épitomé de la Collection d’hippiatrie grecque

Un authentique manuel vétérinaire

Markus Mülke
Caede quicquid est noxium!

Die lateinische Übersetzung von Origenes, Περὶ ἀρχῶν, als dogmatische Epitome

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