The Invectives of Sallust and Cicero: Critical Edition with Introduction, Translation, and Commentary
Anna A. Novokhatko
Walter de Gruyter, 2009 - History - 220 pages
This work covers the history of the text of the invectives of Sallust against Cicero and of Cicero against Sallust. Both invectives were in all probability a product of the rhetorical schools of Rome. The book includes: the full manuscript tradition of the text, the history of changes during its transmission, the history of the printed text and, finally, the text itself with an apparatus criticus and also a translation. This work should be of interest to classicists, philologists interested in the history of medieval and renaissance texts, and also to those erudite readers concerned with rhetorical style and the functioning of the rhetorical schools of Rome.
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The problem of authorship and the history of edited
Appendix List of edited invectives
Aldus Aldus Manutius Auteurs classiques latins Bellum Iugurthinum Caius Catilinae coniuratione Cicero’s Ciceronis Crispi Sallustii Ernout Hb Sall Invectiva in Ciceronem Iugurtha Jordan Kurfess L’étude des Auteurs Laurentius Valla M. T. Ciceronem Mistakes Mp Sall Munk Olsen Nisbet Omission QLHb Responsio in Sallustium Reynolds Sallust’s Sallustii Crispi Sallustius Crispus See Koster 1980 Senate Shackleton Bailey Transposition Tusculum Venetiis Vita Sallustii Vretska XIIe siècles XIe et XIIe accepted archetype authorship bello iugurthino cent century commentary common coniuratione Catilinae conjecture considered contrast corr correct reading crassi diratio edition of Sallust errors exstant first following further hercules includes individual interpolation invective against Cicero invective against Sallust invectives iudicia later latins aux XIe letters libris historiarum manuscripts of family manuscripts of hyparchetype neque number occurred by chance passage printed probably publii quaestus rell rhetoric rhetorical same schools speech speeches sumptus text time used