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« Isidore de Séville connaissait-il les Formulae d’Eucher de Lyon ? »

Abstract : Some borrowings from the Formulae of Eucherius of Lyon were apparently found in the Sententiae and the Liber numerorum of Isidore of Seville, but they are based on the edition of the Patrologia Latina, which is interpolated. Actually, Isidore does not seem to have known Eucherius’s Formulae. And instead of presumed loans from Eucherius, some new sources of Isidore can be discovered: Sent. I, 1, 6a < Augustine, Ciu. XI, 10, 2; Sent. II, 31, 10 < Augustine, Quaest. in Ex. 124; Lib. num. 35 < Gregory the Great, Mor. I, 14, 18.
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Jacques Elfassi. « Isidore de Séville connaissait-il les Formulae d’Eucher de Lyon ? ». G. Guldentops, C. Laes et G. Partoens (éd.). Felici curiositate. Studies in Latin Literature and Textual Criticism from Antiquity to the Twentieth Century. In Honour of Rita Beyers, p. 377-382, 2017, Instrumenta Patristica et Mediaevalia 72, ⟨10.1484/M.IPM-EB.5.112008⟩. ⟨hal-01487129⟩



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