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Ein Exzerpt aus Censorins ,,De die natali" (12,3–13,1) in einer karolingischen Sammlung von musiktheoretischen Texten

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This article presents and discusses for the first time an excerpt from Censorinus' "De die natali" (12,3–13,1) which forms part of a Carolingian collection of Latin texts on music. The relevant collection, which is extant in at least five manuscripts ranging from the 9th to the 13th century, has not been recognized as such in the past. It was assembled between ca. 750 and 830 in Northeastern France, and its compiler might also be responsible for an 'edition' of the so-called "Notitia Galliarum" found in MS Città del Vaticano, Reg. lat. 982. The Censorinus excerpt offered by the collection is negligible for the constitution of the text, but it enlarges our knowledge of the Carolingian reception of the "De die natali".
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Language: German

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2017-01-01

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