Scripto sopra Theseu Re Il commento salentino al Teseida di Boccaccio Ugento Nard ante Beihefte zur Zeitschrift f r romanische Philologie P Scripto sopra Theseu Re is an anonymous commentary on Boccaccios epic poem Teseida preserved in a th century manuscript written in old Salentino dialect Unedited to date and barely known even by

  • Title: Scripto sopra Theseu Re: Il commento salentino al «Teseida» di Boccaccio (Ugento/Nardò, ante 1487): 2 (Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie)
  • Author: Marco Maggiore
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  • P Scripto sopra Theseu Re is an anonymous commentary on Boccaccios epic poem Teseida, preserved in a 15th century manuscript written in old Salentino dialect Unedited to date and barely known even by Boccaccio experts, the commentary is one of the most extensive and significant texts written in the southern part of medieval Italy The two volumes offer the first critical edition of the commentary as well as analyses of its sources and language.

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