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‘Dans les pierres, il ne peut y avoir de fiction’ ?

Authentiques, faux et pastiches dans l’œuvre érudite et poétique de l’humaniste sévillan Rodrigo Caro (1573-1647)

Roland Béhar    Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France    

Gwladys Bernard    Université Paris 8 Vincennes Saint Denis, France    

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abstract

Rodrigo Caro (1573-1647) has long been considered an unreliable witness of the epigraphic tradition, first and foremost by E. Hübner (CIL II). This article reconsiders his role in the transmission of the Conventus Hispalensisfalsae vel incertae, after a careful analysis of Caro’s Antigüedades de Sevilla (1634). Within this work, the Sevillian humanist overall appears to be scrupulous: it is only his duty to superior interests, such as those of the archbishopric of Seville, which forces him (as in his defense of the pseudo-Dexter) to reluctantly retain certain falsae included in the Antigüedades.

Pubblicato
11 Dicembre 2019
Accettato
18 Ottobre 2019
Presentato
14 Luglio 2019
Lingua
FR
ISBN (PRINT)
978-88-6969-375-5
ISBN (EBOOK)
978-88-6969-374-8

Keywords: Conventus HispalensisFalsaeIberian epigraphySevillian humanismRodrigo Caro

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