By Phyllis R. Brown
Hrotsvit wrote tales, performs, and histories in the course of the reign of Emperor Otto the good (962-973). Twelve unique essays survey her paintings, displaying old roots and contexts, Christian values, and an incredibly smooth grappling with questions of identification and feminine self-realization.
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158, line 230). 28 walter berschin studies, Celtis arranged for the codex to be entrusted to him in 1494. He immediately gave it to Sixtus Tucher of Ingolstadt, and subsequently to Johannes Trithemius of Sponheim, who arranged for a copy to be made by Theodericus Gresemund, Jr. Celtis then made the text of the codex public by a method which though deplorable today was not unusual among men of the Humanist age: he entered the emendations and conjectures that he deemed necessary on the codex itself, and gave it thus “prepared” to the typesetters.
The surviving folios were originally the interior two of the first quaternion. The emendations of M appear also as emendations in k, which shows that k was copied from M without the intervention of any other manuscript. The Klagenfurt manuscript was copied carefully and judiciously. Punctuation that is very often lacking in the poetic parts of M was 13 Hermann Menhardt, “Eine unbekannte Hrotsvitha-handschrift,” Zeitschrift für deutsches Altertum und deutsche Literatur 62 (1925), 233–36. hrotsvit and her works 29 frequently inserted in k; errors in M are sometimes corrected.
117–33. I am grateful to Dr Bodarwé for calling my attention to this essay and suggesting that a comparable causa scribendi may have played a role in Hrotsvit’s work. 2 We know something of her life from a few words here and there in her works. Hrotsvit’s effort and diligence in writing were notably supported by the seventh abbess of Gandersheim, Gerberga II (949–1001);3 a daughter of Henry, Duke of Bavaria (948–55), who was related to the royal Saxon family in the period when it ruled the empire of the Romans.
A Companion to Hrotsvit of Gandersheim (fl. 960): Contextual and Interpretive Approaches by Phyllis R. Brown