Поэма «Фасты» («Fasti»), посвящённая сказаниям, связанным с римским календарем, праздничным и священным дням (ценный источник для изучении римской религии). От неё сохранилось шесть книг (I-VI), охватывающих первую половину года древних римлян. Автор её крупнейший римский поэт Публий Овидий Назон ― Publius Ovidius Naso (20 марта forty three г. до н. э. – 18 г. н. э.). Поэма издана в серии в серии «The Loeb Classical Library» в одном томе, ― латинский текст, английский перевод, статьи и указатель
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The six manuscripts are as follows : ^=the Vatican manuscript. No. 1709, known as Codex Reginensis sive Petavianus. This is a manuscript of the tenth century written in the Carolingian script it contains the first four books of the Fasti, but the last two books are wanting, with the exception of the It is generfirst twenty-four lines of the Fifth Book. ally esteemed the oldest of the existing manuscripts of the Fasti, and is usually taken as the basis of the text, so far as it exists. But it is the work of a very xxvii INTRODUCTION and ignorant scribe and swarms with gross and palpable blunders, many of which have been corrected by a later hand.
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