Interferenze linguistiche greco-latine a Grottaferrata tra XI e XII secolo


Greek speaking Southern Italy, with its mixed population which comprised also Latins and Arabs, was an area open to cultural interaction. The article deals with two examples of graeco-latin graphic interference both dating around the year 1100, from a milieu connected with Rome and/or Grottaferrata. Vat. gr. 1214 (containing Theodorus Studite) and Vat. gr. 781 (a lectionary) were copied around the year 1000, as by-products of the so-called «Nilian calligraphic school».

DOI Code: 10.1285/i15912221v24supp295

Keywords: Cultural interaction; Rome; Grottaferrata (Abbey S. Maria); Greek handwriting; Latin handwriting

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