Academic journal article Medium Aevum

Le Nouveau Testament De Lyon (Ms. Bibliothèque De la Ville A.1.54/palais Des Arts 36)

Academic journal article Medium Aevum

Le Nouveau Testament De Lyon (Ms. Bibliothèque De la Ville A.1.54/palais Des Arts 36)

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Le Nouveau Testament de Lyon (ms. Bibliothèque de la ville A.1.54/Palais des arts 36), ed. Peter Wunderli, Romanica Helvetica 131, 2 vols (Tübingen and Basel: A. Francke Verlag, 2009, 2010). 317 pp. ISBN 978-3-7720-8359-4. euro76.00. The Waldensian tradition of the New Testament in Occitan has an uneven tradition of publications. Of the six versions, three have been committed to print: the Zurich version (C. Salvioni, 1890), the Carpentras version (H-R. Nüesch, 1979), and the Lyon version (J. Duvernoy, incomplete version on the Web). The remaining three, Cambridge, Dublin, and Grenoble, remain in their manuscript state. It is the Lyon version which, over a long period, has attracted scholars who have announced their intentions to publish it: Wunderli, Duvernoy, M. Roy Harris, and Luciana Borghi Cedrini. In the event, Borghi Cedrini has not followed up this commitment, and Duvernoy remains incomplete at the level of a semi-diplomatic version. The two substantive editions had, in the interim, been progressing, but without contact between Wunderli and Harris, once they had decided that a joint publication was impossible. In the last six years or so, I have encouraged Roy Harris to pursue his ambition of publishing the edition, already complete as to the text, critical apparatus, and notes, and we decided to publish it in collaboration, perhaps on the Web, because of its length. …

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