Ptolemaeus peregrinus

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Ptolemaeus peregrinus (Arabice al-Garib, quod nomen etiam Ptolemaeum ignotum significare putatur) fuit pinacographus Peripateticus, qui circa tertium saeculum floruit.[1] Scripsit vitam Aristotelis, quae praesertim propter Catalogum operum omnium Aristotelis inclaruit. Huius operis Arabice versi codex nostris temporibus Constantinopoli retinetur. [2]

Cuius momenti fuerit huius operis restitutio[recensere | fontem recensere]

Ingemar Duering in opere suo Aristotle in the Ancient Biographical Tradition (Gothoburgi, 1957) collegit excerpta Aristotelis omnia, quae hoc opere adhuc ignoto divulgata erant.

Nota[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Tarán, Leonardo; Gutas, Dimitri. Aristotle Poetics: Editio Maior of the Greek Text with Historical Introductions and Philological Commentaries. Lugduni Batavorum: Brill (2012), p. 16.
  2. Gottschalk 1990 reported that an edition was in preparation by Marian Plezia and Józef Bielawski. Plezia died in 1996, Bielawski in 1997. A transcription of the Ms. Ayasofia 4833 fol. 10b-11a, 14b-18a (with the Catalogue of Aristotle's works) is now available in: Christel Hein, Definition und Einteilung der Philosophie. Von der spätantiken Einleitungsliteratur zur arabischen Enzyklopädie, New York: Peter Lang, 1985, pp. 415-439).