Riccardo da Venosa, «De Paulino et Polla» 325 e la fortuna medievale di un “incipit” boeziano

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Abstract

Richard of Venosa’s De Paulino et Polla is a latin “elegiac comedy” of the XIIIthcentury. Line 325 of the text («Per Salvatorem mundi qui cuncta gubernat») is inspired by arich and various hymnological tradition, whose principal source is Boethius, Cons. Phil. III,carm. 9,1 (O qui perpetua mundi ratione gubernas), incipit who knew a big diffusion in medievalpoetry.
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)143-146
Number of pages4
JournalBOLLETTINO DI STUDI LATINI
Volume45
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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