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The series Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca et Byzantina CAGB presents editions of commentaries and other Greek texts on the transmission and the reception of Aristotle in the ancient world and medieval Byzantium until the Renaissance.
This fundamental work is intended to promote the study of the heritage and the subsequent development of peripatetic philosophy, and thus to provide a significant contribution to contemporary scholarship on Byzantine philosophy.
The thematic and scholarly content of the new series complements and follows the tradition of the Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca , founded by Hermann Diels. The volumes consist of a praefatio on the textual tradition, the text with apparatus criticus, and normally a translation in a modern language. Other sections and aids are included depending on the nature of the texts commentary, paraphrase, compilation, scholia, etc. The edition of these works, which were often written as working texts, is intended to reflect the historical state of the language according to modern philological standards.
Besides a complete catalogue of manuscripts and a prosopographical compendium on the reception of Aristotle in Byzantium, the volumes of the CABC are also intended to facilitate exegetic access, in particular to important new discoveries and fragments of lost ancient texts. Open Access. About Us. English Deutsch. Sign In Create Profile. Advanced Search Help. Subject Areas Subject Areas. Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca et Byzantina. Overview Content The series Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca et Byzantina CAGB presents editions of commentaries and other Greek texts on the transmission and the reception of Aristotle in the ancient world and medieval Byzantium until the Renaissance.
Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca