Érudition et grammaire antiques : quelques remarques liminaires

Abstract : Latin eruditio (Fr. érudition) designates a complex historiographical category, embracing research on religion, laws, and institutions of a given nation, metaliterary analyses and different forms of historiography of literature and arts. The common feature of these studies is that learned (i.e. specific, technical) information is always indirectly obtained from literary texts, assuming that authors like Homer or Virgil were among the most learned people of their times and that their poems formed encyclopaedic summaries of contemporary knowledge. Thus, eruditio and grammar as linguistic studies of literary texts ended up being two intertwined and complementary approaches to the auctores, as Servius’ Commentary perfectly shows.
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Alessandro Garcea; Marie-Karine Lhommé; Daniel Vallat. Fragments d'érudition. Servius et le savoir antique, Olms, pp.7-14, 2016
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Alessandro Garcea. Érudition et grammaire antiques : quelques remarques liminaires. Alessandro Garcea; Marie-Karine Lhommé; Daniel Vallat. Fragments d'érudition. Servius et le savoir antique, Olms, pp.7-14, 2016. <halshs-01344911>

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