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Accessus ad auctores Medieval Institute Publications is a program of The Medieval Institute, College of Arts and Sciences SECULAR COMMENTARY SERIES GENERAL EDITORS Robert R. Edwards Michael J. Livingston ADVISORY BOARD Rita Copeland, University of Pennsylvania John V. Fleming, Princeton University William J. Kennedy, Cornell University Alastair J. Minnis, Yale University Richard J. Tarrant, Harvard University The Secular Commentary Series provides modern English translations of medieval texts that analyze, annotate, and explicate classical and vernacular works. These texts date from the fourth through the sixteenth centuries, and they represent various traditions (grammatical, allegorical, exegetical, academic , and humanistic). The works they elucidate include poetry, fiction, history, philosophy, and scientific treatises. Each volume in the series contains a critical introduction and select bibliography, a clear prose translation, and notes designed to gloss difficult passages. The aim of the series is to support teaching in the broadest sense: the volumes are suitable for the classroom and serve as an aid to scholars and generalist readers across the full range of the humanities. Accessus ad auctores Medieval Introductions to the Authors (Codex latinus monacensis 19475) Edited and translated by Stephen M. Wheeler MEDIEVAL INSTITUTE PUBLICATIONS Western Michigan University Kalamazoo TEAMS • Secular Commentary Series Copyright © 2015 by the Board of Trustees of Western Michigan University All rights reserved Manufactured in the United States of America This book is printed on acid-free paper. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Accessus ad auctores : Medieval Introductions to the Authors (Codex latinus monacensis 19475) / edited and translated by Stephen M. Wheeler. pages cm. -- (TEAMS/Secular Commentary Series) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-1-58044-189-6 (pbk. : alk. paper) 1. Latin literature, Medieval and modern. 2. Criticism--History--To 1500. 3. Classical literature--Study and teaching--History--To 1500. I. Wheeler, Stephen Michael, 1962- editor translator. PA8112.A34 2014 870.8'003--dc23          2014011370 P 5 4 3 2 1 For Marcus and Clara This page intentionally left blank. ...



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  • Latin literature, Medieval and modern.
  • Criticism -- History -- To 1500.
  • Classical literature -- Study and teaching -- History -- To 1500.
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