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This manuscript contains the Adnotationes super Lucanum, preceded by the Vita Lucani by Vacca, a grammarian from late antiquity whom some date to the 6th-century. The codex probably was created in the Benedictine Abbey Tegernsee in Bavaria and later was part of the library of the Princes of Oettingen-Wallerstein. As codex Wallersteinensis I.2, this text, together with four other textual witnesses, is the basis for the 1909 edition by Johannes Endt, which is still considered the reference edition today. (ber)
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- Ps. Vacca: Vita Lucani (f. 1-1v)
Incipit: M. annevs lvcanvs patrem habvit m. annevm melam ex prouincia Betica
Explicit: omnes tales tamen ut bellis ciuilis uideantur accessio.
- Bodmer, Martin (Former possessor) | Jacques Rosenthal (München) (Seller) | Lucanus, Marcus Annaeus (Author) | Ps. Vacca (Author) Found in: Standard description