The so-called Fitalia manuscript, a collection of more than 150 dictamina preserved in Palermo, and the Cronica Sicilie, which has 61 documents, are both works of the age of the Vespers and they have in common twelve documents. The manuscript tradition of Cronica Sicilie (cfr. the critical edition by P. Colletta, 2013) gives a useful contribution to the constitutio textus of these twelve documents in view of a critical edition of Fitalia manuscript.

Per un’edizione del codice Fitalia: l’apporto della tradizione manoscritta della Cronica Sicilie

COLLETTA, PIETRO
2014

Abstract

The so-called Fitalia manuscript, a collection of more than 150 dictamina preserved in Palermo, and the Cronica Sicilie, which has 61 documents, are both works of the age of the Vespers and they have in common twelve documents. The manuscript tradition of Cronica Sicilie (cfr. the critical edition by P. Colletta, 2013) gives a useful contribution to the constitutio textus of these twelve documents in view of a critical edition of Fitalia manuscript.
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