Latin Grammarians forum – Dublin 29-30 May 2019

Thursday, 30 May 2019

10.30 Registration and coffee

Panel A: EDITING COMMENTARIES – chair

Anna CHAHOUD (Trinity College Dublin)

11.00 Anna ZAGO (Pisa), Further investigations

on the prologue of Pompeius’

Commentum

11.30 Stefano POLETTI (Pisa), Interpretive and

textual problems of Servius’ commentary

on Virgil

12.00 Carmela CIOFFI (Halle), A grammarian

and a treatise: for a new edition of the

Excerpta de comoedia

12.30 Lunch break

14.00 Manuscripts exhibition

Panel B: LINGUISTIC UNCERTAINTIES

(PLINY’S LEGACY) AND PHONOLOGY –

chair Costas PANAYOTAKIS (Glasgow)

15.30 Alessandro GARCEA (Paris Sorbonne),

Diomedes as a source for Pliny’s Dubius

sermo: editorial problems

16.00 Michela ROSELLINI (Roma Sapienza),

Nomina generis dubii in Servius’

commentary on Virgil

16.30 Tommaso MARI (Bamberg), Phonology

and phonological terminology in Consentius’

De barbarismis et metaplasmis

17.00 Discussion

Friday, 31 May 2019

09.30 Jennifer EDMONDS (Trinity College

Dublin), Digital Philology informative session

Panel C: TEXTS IN MULTIPLE VERSIONS –

chair Michela ROSELLINI (Roma Sapienza)

11.00 Andrea BRAMANTI (Roma Tre – Paris

Sorbonne), The third part of Sacerdos’

second book: some remarks on the

chapter De structura

11.30 Adam GITNER (München ThlL), Editing

the corpus of bilingual Idiomata verborum

12.00 Claudio GIAMMONA (Roma Sapienza),

New discoveries about the Orthographiae

Bernenses

12.45 Lunch break

Panel D: NEW EXPLORATIONS OF

MANUSCRIPT TRADITIONS – chair Mario DE

NONNO (Roma Tre)

14.30 Costas PANAYOTAKIS (Glasgow),

Towards a new critical edition of Charisius

15.00 Elena SPANGENBERG YANES (TCD),

Non-mechanical omissions: an insight

into the early stages of Priscian’s

transmission

15.30 FINAL ROUND TABLE


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