De raris fabulis

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De raris fabulis est opusculum discipulis scholarum destinatum, saeculo fere X in Cambria aut Cornubia compositum, in quo narrantur colloquia Latine expressa cum glossis Cornubicis. Una horum colloquiorum res ab Arthuro rege gestas fortasse narrat, sed sine nomine.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Editio
  • Scott Gwara, "De Raris Fabulis": On Uncommon Tales, a glossed Latin colloquy-text from a tenth-century Cornish manuscript. Cantabrigiae: Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, 2004 (Basic Texts in Brittonic History, 4)
Critica et historica
  • David N. Dumville, "A Thesaurus Palaeoanglicus? The Celtic experience" in R. Derolez, ed., Anglo-Saxon Glossography (Bruxellis: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, 1992) pp. 59-76
  • Scott Gwara, Education in Wales and Cornwall in the Ninth and Tenth Centuries: understanding "De raris fabulis". Cantabrigiae: Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, 2004 (Kathleen Hughes Memorial Lectures on Medieval Welsh History, 4)
  • Scott Gwara, "A Possible Arthurian Epitome in a Tenth-Century Manuscript from Cornwall" in Arthuriana vol. 17 no. 2 (2007) pp. 3-9
  • Scott Gwara, "The Hermeneumata Pseudodositheana, Latin Oral Fluency, and the Cambro-Latin Dialogues called De Raris Fabulis" in Carol Dana Lanham, ed., Latin Grammar and Rhetoric: from clasical theory to medieval practice (Londinii: Continuum, 2002) pp. 109-138


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