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T. Ricchieri: the apparatus criticus of the edition by Klotz (Leipzig 1923) is not trustworthy (it does not report MSS readings faithfully)

Live coverage of classics conference/seminar 

T. Ricchieri: Priscian in his section "De subiunctivis" (XVIII 258,1-264,15) cites Cicero's De praetura urbana extensively (and then says so "ex uno libro Ciceronis tot usus proponere studui"). Ricchieri will compare readings from MSS with readings from Priscian

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The glossae of the "Pseudo-Asconius" include a number of good readings, so far disregarded by scholars

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T. Ricchieri: main editions, commentaries and studies to Cic. Verrine orations (ediitons & commentaries are fairly old)

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T. Ricchieri: the main MSS of the Verrines. M is the best of the 'deteriores'. r is descriptus from q; q is descriptus from p, but the 2nd hand of q is useful

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T. Ricchieri: the structure of the Cicero's Verrine orations

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T. Ricchieri: Cicero's "In Verrem" orations are a challenge b/c they are the earliest fully preserved Latin orations, so commenting on them is harder

We'll be tooting about Ricchieri's webinar unlisted, and with CW "Live coverage of classics conference/seminar"

In a few minutes conference we'll start the webinar by T. Ricchieri, "Le citazioni del libro De praetura urbana delle Verrine (II 1) in Prisciano" web.uniroma1.it/pages/news/sem. We'll be covering it live from this account

Annotating manuscript variants with CTE, based on cropped/resized images from libraries/repositories such as Vatican, e-codices, Gallica, IRHT. The collation text is read out loud by vocal syntesis (espeak on Xubuntu)

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RT @Ambrosiana1609@twitter.com

La dell'Ambrosiana taglia il traguardo dei 500 manoscritti liberamente e integralmente consultabili online!🎉
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Hello! Scholar.Social is excited to host the second , a free, indisciplinary online academic conference - roughly spanning 7/26-8/4 🌞

We'll be looking for: people to help organize, moderators for the presentations, and presenters! Stay tuned for more details 👀

You can check out past presentations here: summerschool.scholar.social/

Live coverage of classics conference/seminar 

RT @Ambrosiana1609@twitter.com

La dell'Ambrosiana taglia il traguardo dei 500 manoscritti liberamente e integralmente consultabili online!🎉
🔎 bit.ly/3ezIVJN
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Il progetto è realizzato in collaborazione tecnica e scientifica con @Unicatt@twitter.com e @NotreDame@twitter.com
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@ClpMilano@twitter.com

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Ambrosiana1609/sta

Later today (17:00 CET) a second webinar will follow, from another PAGES researcher: Ilaria Morresi, "Problemi ecdotici di testi latini tardoantichi e altomedievali: il caso di Vivarium" Google Meet link: meet.google.com/kwm-pmxf-ygh

Starting _right now_: webinar by PAGES researcher Elena Spangenberg Yanes, "Testi latini con scarsa autorialità: problemi di tradizione ed ecdotica dei trattati grammaticali sulla prosodia", live in meet.google.com/fhu-xdes-twu

Webinar by PAGES senior lecturer Ilaria Morresi, "Problemi ecdotici di testi latini tardoantichi e altomedievali: il caso di Vivarium", 20.04.2021 17:00 CET on Google Meet. Details: web.uniroma1.it/pages/en/news/

Webinar by PAGES senior lecturer Elena Spangenberg Yanes: "Testi latini con scarsa autorialità: problemi di tradizione ed ecdotica dei trattati grammaticali sulla prosodia", 20.04.2021 15:00 CET on Google Meet. Details: web.uniroma1.it/pages/en/news/

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This is the social account of the PAGES ERC Project. We are peparing a new critical edition of Priscian's Ars Grammatica, a late-antiquity Latin grammar book that was very influential in the Middle Ages. This is no bot account: I (@paolomonella) will be tooting here, then cross-post to the birdsite

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