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La Collection canonique du hiéromoine Macaire retrouvée à Orléans (olim Mikulov I 136, nunc Parisinus Suppl. gr. 1394)

Abstract : The Canonical collection of the hieromonk Macarius, formerly preserved in the library of Nikolsburg in Moravia—now Mikulov, Czech Republic—disappeared after the sale of Prince Alexander von Dietrichstein’s library in Lucerne in 1933. Discovered by chance in 2012 in France (Orléans), it is studied here thoroughly for the first time. Now dated from 1525/26, the Collection offers a new thematic classification of Matthew Blastares’s Syntagma canonum (14th c.), enriched with various other texts. The study consists of three parts: a codicological description of the manuscript with a detailed analysis of its content, the narrative of its modern history, and an assessment of the importance of Macarius’s work compared to similar canonical collections. After this discovery, the manuscript was bought by the Bibliothèque nationale de France, and is now the Parisinus Suppl. gr. 1394.
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Olivier Delouis. La Collection canonique du hiéromoine Macaire retrouvée à Orléans (olim Mikulov I 136, nunc Parisinus Suppl. gr. 1394). Béatrice Caseau, Vivent Prigent, Alessio Sopracasa. Οὗ δῶρόν εἰμι τὰς γραφὰς βλέπων νόει. Mélanges Jean-Claude Cheynet, 21/1, ACHCByz, pp.67-108, 2017, Travaux et Mémoires, 9782916716633. ⟨halshs-03099766⟩

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