This paper proposes to illustrate Camerarius’ modus operandi on two fundamental manuscripts of the Plautine tradition, “rediscovered” by the German scholar himself: Pal. lat. 1615, known as B and otherwise known as vetus codex Camerarii, and Pal. lat. 1613, or C, the alter codex Camerarii. I have restricted my inquiry to the Menaechmi and analyzed Camerarius’ own “signs” in the first edition of the comedy (1530) in order to show his critical work.

Some more on Camerarius and Two 'New' Plautine Manuscripts

Bandini G
2021

Abstract

This paper proposes to illustrate Camerarius’ modus operandi on two fundamental manuscripts of the Plautine tradition, “rediscovered” by the German scholar himself: Pal. lat. 1615, known as B and otherwise known as vetus codex Camerarii, and Pal. lat. 1613, or C, the alter codex Camerarii. I have restricted my inquiry to the Menaechmi and analyzed Camerarius’ own “signs” in the first edition of the comedy (1530) in order to show his critical work.
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