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2. 2 less than. (2) Greek–Latin glossaries prepared in (some approximation of) alphabetical order; lots of those have the Greek at the left and the Latin at the correct and are alphabetized at the Greek, yet a few have the Latin at the left and are alphabetized at the Latin. See 1. 2. three lower than. 36 This assortment types the 3rd quantity of the Corpus glossariorum Latinorum by way of Goetz and Gustav Loewe; for a well informed and sympathetic clarification of what this corpus is and what it accomplished see Dionisotti (1996). 37 actually the grammar was thought of a part of an analogous paintings because the Hermeneumata, accordingly their unique epithet ‘Dositheana’, yet as soon as Dositheus were dated to the fourth century it used to be transparent that his paintings couldn't have a truly shut connection to the Hermeneumata, which originated significantly prior. 38 basic introductions to the Hermeneumata are available in Dionisotti (1982: 86–92) and Debut (1984). 39 sixteen Goetz additionally features a staff of Hermeneumata medicobotanica vetustiora (1892: 535–633), that are bilingual glossaries of scientific and botanical terminology. those, even though, have regularly been said to be a separate staff from the Hermeneumata Pseudodositheana and have been incorporated within the similar quantity just for comfort of association in the better paintings of which Goetz’s Hermeneumata Pseudodositheana quantity types a component, the Corpus glossariorum Latinorum. 1 . 2   TH E H E R MENEUMATA AND T HEI R CO NT ENT S for instance the various Leidensia fabric is largely kind of like a part of the Stephani fabric (Goetz 1892: 69–71, 376–8), and a similar is right of a few of the Monacensia and Einsidlensia fabric (Goetz 1892: 119–22, 210–20, 223–35) – even though in either situations different components of those Hermeneumata models are very various from one another. different types are free groupings of manuscripts containing principally non-overlapping fabric: therefore the Leidensia are subdivided into the Hermeneumata Leidensia right (pp. 3–72), the Hermeneumata Amploniana (pp. 72–94), the Fragmentum Parisinum (pp. 94–108), and the colloquium Harleianum (pp. 108–116). The Hermeneumata Varia part comprises the Fragmentum Bruxellense (pp. 393–8), Glossarium Leidense (pp. 398–421), Hermeneumata Vaticana (pp. 421–38), Glossae Stephani (pp. 438–74), Glossae Loiselii (pp. 474–87), Glossae Bernenses (pp. 487–506), and Glossae Vaticanae (pp. 506–31). Dionisotti (1982: 87) produced a extra coherent type into 8 Hermeneumata models that's usually this present day: Leidensia (Goetz 1892: 3–72), Amploniana (Goetz 1892: 72–94), Bruxellensia (Goetz 1892: 347–79, 393–421), Stephani (Goetz 1892: 94–108, 347–90), Montepessulana (Goetz 1892: 283–343), Monacensia (Goez 1892: 119–220), Einsidlensia (Goetz 1892: 223–79), and Celtis. The final of those types, whch used to be came upon after Goetz’s day, is extra to what's essentially a seven-group category of Goetz’s fabric. basically Dionisotti disregarded of attention a lot of the fabric in Goetz’s Varia part (the Hermeneumata Vaticana, Glossae Stephani, Glossae Loiselii, Glossae Bernenses, and Glossae Vaticanae), increased the Amploniana and Bruxellensia fabric to the prestige of self sufficient models, and reclassified a number of different manuscripts (for instance, the Fragmentum Parisinum used to be moved from Leidensia to Stephani).

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