London. British Library, Harley MS 3534

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  • British Library, Harley MS 3534
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  • Latin
  • Horace, Carmina , Epodae , Carmen saeculare , Ars poetica , Epistulae,Sermones
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    • Horace (0065-0008 av. J.-C.)
    Original form
    • Horatius Flaccus, Quintus, 65 BC-8 BC, also known as Horace
    Other form
    • Horace (0065-0008 av. J.-C.)
    • Horatius
    • Horatius Flaccus, Quintus (0065-0008 av. J.-C.)
    • Quintus Horatius Flaccus
    • Oratii Venusini
    • Q. Horatii Flacci
    • Horatii
    • Q. Horatius Flaccus
    • Horatio
    • Horace
    • Horace 0065-0008 av. J.-C.
    • Horaci
    • Horacio Flaco, Quinto
    • Horatius Flaccus, Quintus v65-v8
    • Author: Horatius Flaccus, Quintus
    • Flaccus, Quintus Horatius
    • Horatius Flaccus, Quintus
    • Horace.
    • Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus) (0065 - 0008 av. n. è.)
    • Oracius.
    • Horacio Flaco, Quinto, 65-8 a. C
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  • This manuscript contains the complete works of the Roman poet Quintus Horatius Flaccus (Horace) (b. 65 BC, d. 8) with interlinear and marginal glosses. It represents one of the 82 surviving copies of Horace’s Satires from the 12th century (Reynolds, ‘Glossing Horace’ (1996), p. 107). Contents: ff. 1r-38r: Horace, Carmina (Odes) with interlinear glosses, beginning: ‘Mecenas atavis edite regibus’. ff. 38r-45r: Horace, Epodae (Epodes) with interlinear glosses, beginning: ‘Ibis Liburnis inter alta navium’. ff. 45r-46r: Horace, Carmen saeculare (Hymn for a New Age) with interlinear glosses, beginning: ‘[p]hebe silvarumque potens diana’. ff. 46v-53r: Horace, Ars poetica (The Art of Poetry) with interlinear glosses, beginning: ‘Humano capiti cervicem pictor equinam’. ff. 53r-69r: Horace, Epistulae (Epistles) with interlinear glosses, beginning: ‘Prima dicte mihi summa dicende Camena’. ff. 69r-92v: Horace, Sermones (Satires) with interlinear and marginal glosses, beginning: ‘Qui fit Mecenas ut nemo quam sibi sortem’. Decoration:Large initials in red (ff. 46v, 53r, 69r). Numerous small initials in brown ink, some with penwork decoration in red or brown. Capitals in red.
  • Preferred form
    • France, Northern
    Original form
    • Northern France
    Other form
    • France (Nord).
    • France (Nord)
    • Nord de la France
    • Nord de la France (Picardie)
    • France (Nord : Fécamp ?)
    • Nord de la France (Laon?)
    • Nord de la France (Saint-Amand-en-Pévèle?)
    • France (Nord, région de Soissons)
    • Nord de la France, Paris (?)
    • Nordfrankreich
    • França (nord)
    • Francia (norte)
    • Frankrijk (noorden)
    • Laon
    • France (nord : Laon ?)
    • França (nord: Laon?)
    • Nordfrankreich (Laon?)
    • Northern France (Laon?)
    • Francia (norte: Laon?)
    • Northern France (Paris?)
    • France, North, Chelles (nunnery) or Jouarre (nunnery) (?)
    • France, North
    • Northern France
    • Northern France
    • Northern France, Paris (?)
    • [Nordfrankreich]
    • Oberitalien und Nordfrankreich
    • Noord-Frankrijk
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