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Didactic poem outlining the rules of syllabic usage in composition with marginal and interlinear commentary, and an anonymous treatise of prosody. The author, Theobaldus Episcopus, was also known as Tebaldus Placentinus, a cleric and noted verse writer, who may also have been Abbot of Montecassino from 1022 - 1035, the author of the Physiologus.

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Didactic poetry Latin, Latin language -- Study and teaching, Latin language -- Grammar -- Early works to 1500, Latin language -- Grammar, Latin language -- Metrics and rhythmics, Latin language -- Study and teaching -- Early works to 1800, Didactic poetry Latin, Annotations, Codices, Commentaries, Poems, Treatises, Manuscripts Latin, Manuscripts Medieval


Classical Literature and Philology | Medieval Studies | Poetry


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Collation Model for Ms. Codex 918: [Regulae de longis et brevibus syllabis].