Das Fragment B7 (Ovid, Tristia 4,10,7 – 35; 4,10,39 – 67; 5,3,41 – 5,4,3; 5,4,15 – 35) der Universitäts und Landesbibliothek Tirol in Innsbruck
Datierung, Edition, philologisch-historische Einordnung
Schlagworte:Tristia, Ovid, fragment, High Middle Ages, edition
Viviana Kleinlercher: The B7 fragment (Ovid, Tristia 4,10,7 – 35; 4,10,39 – 67; 5,3,41 – 5,4,3; 5,4,15 – 35) of the University and State Library Tyrol in Innsbruck. Dating, edition, philological and historical classification
The following article takes a close look at the so-called ›Innsbrucker Fragment ULBT, Frg. B7‹. Written on the detached binding fragment are the text passages 4,10,7 – 35 and 4,10,39 – 67, as well as 5,3,41 – 5,4,3 and 5,4,15 – 35, all derived from Ovid’s Tristia. A more extensive palaeographical description and dating shows that ULBT, Frg. B7 was penned around the middle of the 12th century. Therefore, the ›Innsbrucker Fragment‹ is currently the eldest known version of approximately the entire preserved text. An edition of the verses with their glosses and a listing of those passages, that have not been considered in a critical edition of the Tristia, shall deliver new insights to the Ovidian scholarship.