[Sca-cooks] More on Martino
emilio_szabo at yahoo.it
Sun May 10 16:16:44 PDT 2009
thanks much for pointing to your wonderful site!
As for bibliography, there is also a section with "bibliographical notes" in this file:
http://www.uni-giessen.de/gloning/bib/cookmat.pdf (Martino on pages 42 to 43, Platina: pages 44-45)
There is also Valeria Romanelli's digital text of Faccioli's edition:
Do you know of other online sources? Or do you have them already listed on your site (in a place, I did not find yet)?
Now as for counting, I have a small quibble here:
<< There are ten total manuscripts that I am aware of
7 which are relatively accessible. >>
Counting Platina and Epulario within the Martino corpus can be justified, I think.
However, if you do so, there are a great many more manuscripts and even printings.
<<< 4) Sacchi, Bartolomeo (Platina) De Honesta Volputate 1470(?) [transcription and translation] Milham, Mary Ella, Platina: On Right Pleasure and Good Health (1998) Tempe, Arizona, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies Platina >>>
Mary Milham has published three papers on the Platina versions, which are taken from the bibliography above:
Milham, M.E.: The manuscripts of Platina »De honesta voluptate« and its source, Martino. In:
Scriptorium 26 (1972) 127-129.
Milham, M.E.: The latin editions of Platina's »De honesta voluptate«. In: Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 52
Milham, M.E.: The vernacular editions of Platina's »De honesta voluptate«. In: Gutenberg-Jahrbuch
54 (1979) 87-95.
<< 7) Rosselli, Giovanni de'. Opera Nova Chimata Epulario.
1518, [transcription] Bimo-Roma, Rome
1973 Rosselli >>
There are several printings of this work as well.
Ciao and keep up the good work!
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