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Title: L'umanista Angelo Sabino e l'Odyssea decurtata del ms. Diez. B. Sant. 41 di Berlino
Authors: Sommariva, Grazia
Keywords: Angelo Sabino umanesimo romano Pio II Omero Odissea epistole responsive Ovidio Heroides elegia erotica latina Fazio;Angelus Sabinus Roman humanism Pius II Homer Odyssey epistulae responsoriae Ovid Heroides latin love elegy Fatius
Issue Date: 2010
Source: G. Platania, C. Rosa, M. Russo (a cura di), Hinc illae lacrimae! Studi in memoria di Carmen Maria Radulet, II, Viterbo, Sette Città, 2010, pp. 466-479
Abstract: 
Angelus Sabinus’ paternity of the Odyssey in epistolary form (Odyssea decurtata) preserved in ms. Diez. B. Sant. 41 in Berlin is confirmed by Angelus himself, who, in his poem in praise of pope Pius II (Epaeneticum) claims to have composed in his youth, under the pontificate of Callistus III (1455-1458), verses about Ulysses, the Naritius dux. The evidence that Angelus Sabinus is the author of the Odyssea decurtata may also shed new light on the vexata quaestio of the authorship of the three epistles composed in response to three of Ovid’s Heroides, generally ascribed to Angelus, but newly attributed by Häuptli, the latest editor of the Ovidiana, to the ancient poet Sabinus, Ovid’s contemporary and friend. The essay also debates the question of the identity of Fatius, scriptor of the ms.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/1122
ISBN: 9788878530737
Rights: If not otherwise stated, this document is distributed by the Tuscia University Open Archive under a Creative Commons 2.0 Attribution - Noncommercial - Noderivs License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/)
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