Epitoma rei militaris / Vegetius ; recognovit brevique adnotatione critica instruxit M.D. Reeve

By: Vegecio Renato, FlavioMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Scriptorum classicorum bibliotheca Oxoniensis | Oxford classical textsPublication details: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2004 Description: LX, 180 p. ; 20 cmISBN: 0-19-926464-3Subject(s): Roma -- Historia militarSummary: Few secular works of Antiquity were as popular in the Middle Ages as Vegetius' Epitoma , the broadest ancient manual of Roman warfare. This edition is the first to be based on a comprehensive investigation of over 200 surviving manuscripts. The apparatus gives a full account of the readings that medieval scribes inherited from Antiquity. It also includes cross-references and brief explanations of some choices, and M. R. Reeve takes trouble to identify the earliest occurrences of worthwhile conjecture. There is a wide-ranging introduction in English.
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Few secular works of Antiquity were as popular in the Middle Ages as Vegetius' Epitoma , the broadest ancient manual of Roman warfare. This edition is the first to be based on a comprehensive investigation of over 200 surviving manuscripts. The apparatus gives a full account of the readings that medieval scribes inherited from Antiquity. It also includes cross-references and brief explanations of some choices, and M. R. Reeve takes trouble to identify the earliest occurrences of worthwhile conjecture. There is a wide-ranging introduction in English.

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