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Nos in nostra urbe peregrinantis errantisque tamquam hospites tui libri quasi domum deduxerunt : Isidore de Séville et l’héritage de Varron

Abstract : Varro and Isidore live in two different contexts: Varro, during the first century b.C is one of the most famous writers; Isidore who lives during the VII century a.d., in the Visigoth Spain where the Christianity is the first religion. they both live in a moment of great changes: Varro is the last voice of the Republic and the first of the imperial age. Isidore lives the end of the latin world. With the Antiquitates, Disciplinae and the De lingua latina Varro wants to guarantee the surviving of the latin culture; the bishop of Seville, with his Etymologies, maintain the same culture of Varro. Despite the evidence analogies between Isidore and Varro, J. Fontaine thinks that Isidore couldn't read Varro's work. After Fontaine nobody talked anymore about this question. We want to fill this gap because this research is necessary for those who study Isidore and for those who study Varro and the tradition of his works.
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Maria Vittoria Martino. Nos in nostra urbe peregrinantis errantisque tamquam hospites tui libri quasi domum deduxerunt : Isidore de Séville et l’héritage de Varron. Littératures. Université de Lorraine, 2020. Français. ⟨NNT : 2020LORR0261⟩. ⟨tel-03192640⟩

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