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    () / ( / ) / Timaeus a Calcidio Traslatus Commentarioque Instructus (Curpus Philosophorum Medii Aevi) / Plato () / ( / ) / European Clocks and Watches in the Near East (Studies of the Warburg Institute. Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Numenius" by George Karamanolis This is an automatically generated and experimental page If everything goes well, this page should display the bibliography of the aforementioned article as it appears in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, but with links added to PhilPapers records and Google Scholar.

    The Commentary Tradition in the Middle Ages: An Introductory Bibliography. Timaeus, A Calcidio translatus commentarioque instructus, ed. J. Waszink (London, ) = R. Klibansky, The Commentary on the First Six Books of the Aeneid of Vergil Commonly Attributed to Bernardus Silvestris. CORPUS PLATONICUM MEDII AEVI. PLATO LATINUS. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

    Waszink, H.J. (ed.), Timaeus a Calcidio translatus commentarioque instructus, London and Leyden: Warburg Institute. Numenius. Talique diabolico errore delusi, putant filius, et amici, quod defunctus sit in Paradisum translatus, viuat illic sempiterne beatus, quoniam, vbi plures conuenere volucrum, ibi maiorem laetantur et iactant fuisse numerum. The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville. Timaeus Platonis interprète Calchidio cum commentariis Josio dedicatis. Calcidius (fl. ). See J. H. Waszink and P. J. Jensen, eds., Timaeus, a Calcidio translatus commentarioque instructus (Corpus platonicum medii by: 7.


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Author: Ed. Klibansky, Raymundus. First published in Plato: Complete Works, Donald J. Zeyl's masterful translation of Timaeus is presented along with his 75 page introductory essay, which discusses points of contemporary interest in the Timaeus, deals at length with long-standing and current issues of interpretation, and provides a consecutive commentary on the work as a whole/5.

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Londinii et Leidae, In aedibus Instituti Warburgiani et E.J. Brill,   Timaeus a Calcidio translatus commentarioque instructus. Edidit J. Waszink. Londini et Leidae, Editio Brill. Calcidius as translator and commentator of Plato's Timaeus Article (PDF Available) in Agora - Estudos Classicos em Debate (1) January with 89 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Cristóbal Macías.

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Boldizzoni, Francesco Plato, Timaeus a Calcidio Translatus Commentarioque Instructus, ed. Waszink, J. H., Plato Latinus IV, London and Leiden Cited by:   Calcidius, Timaeus a Calcidio Traslatus Commentarioque Instructus, [9] Svetonius, De Vita Caesarum; 8, 4,5.

[10] Pseudo Ptolemy “Sulle stelle chiomate ” (On tailed stars) and C. Heingartner “Il trattato sulle comete” (Treatise on the comets) in Arcana Mundi, BUR of the Timaeus, which was less widely diffused and also much shorter (it covers only 27 d c, 38 c b, 46 b b of the text), Calcidius' version of the same work (complete up to 53 c), with its lengthy commentary, is the only extant ancient Latin translation of a.

THE TIMAEUS LATINUS, ITS CONCEPT OF SILVA, AND MUSIC AS A DISCIPLINE IN THE MIDDLE AGES they all read the same books.3 One of these books, certainly, was the Calcidio translatus commentarioque instructus, ed. Waszink in Plato latinis 4, ed.

Raymond. Calcidius: Timaeus a Calcidio translatus commentarioque instructus, ed. Waszink. London and Leiden (Plato Latinus, IV). London and Leiden (Plato Latinus, IV). Celoria, G., Sopra alcuni eclissi di Sole antichi e su quello di Agatocle in by: Early 10th century manuscript of Calcidius' Timaeus translation and commentary (Bodleian Library, Oxford) Calcidius (or Chalcidius) was a 4th-century philosopher (and possibly a Christian) who translated the first part (to 53c) of Plato 's Timaeus from Greek into Latin around the year and provided with it an extensive commentary.

Plato (Calcidius), Timaeus a Calcidio Translatus Commentarioque Instructus, ed. Waszink, Plato Latinus, IV (London –Leiden: The Warburg Institute and E. Brill, ). Google Scholar Thierry of Chartres, Tractatus de sex dierum operibus, in Commentaries on Boethius by Thierry of Chartres and his School ed.

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Timaeus Platonis. --Calcidii Commentarius. --Tituli et subscriptiones extantes in codicibus qui in adnotationem criticam recepti sunt. --Appendix de diagrammatibus. --Indices. Other Titles: Timaeus. Responsibility: A Calcidio translatus commentarioque instructus.

In societatem operis coniuncto P.J. Jensen edidit J.H. Waszink. Waszink, J. H., Timaeus a Calcidio translatus commentarioque instructus (London,revised 2nd edition, Leiden ) StäHlin, O., Früchtel, L., and Treu, U., Stromata 1 – 6 ( Cited by: 1.

The nine articles in this volume were orginally presented at the VIII. Symposium Hellenisticum in Lille in August The authors discuss a set of theological questions that were central to the doctrines of the dominant schools in the Hellenistic age, such as the existence of.

Plato Latinus (4 volumes) I: Meno interprete Henrico Aristippo, II: Phaedo (id.), III: Parmenides nec non Procli Commentarium in Parmenidem, IV: Timaeus a Calcidio translatus commentarioque instructus [Corpus Platonicum Medii Aevi] PLATO & KLIBANSKY Raymundus, WASZINK J.H., e.a.

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J. Waszink (Ed.), Timaeus a Calcidio translatus commentarioque instructus (second edition), The Warburg Institute (), pp. Plato's explanation in J.

Waszink (Ed.), Timaeus a Calcidio translatus commentarioque instructus (second edition) (), pp. Author: Fernando Salmón.In his commentary on Plato’s Timaeus, the 4th-century philosopher Chalcidius expands on the Platonic theme of praising the senses.

In his view, the sense of sight is not merely useful, but even necessary for both theoretical and practical philosophy. By virtue of sight. Notes: 1. Claudio Moreschini, ed. and trans., tario al Timeo di Platone, Milan: I edizione Bompiani, So far as I know, Moreschini's effort received a single review, by Christophe Erisman in Revue de théologie et de philosophie () Magee's translation will be published by the Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library.