This paper contains a detailed analysis of the final epistle of Tiberius Claudius Donatus’ Interpretationes Vergilianae, addressed to his son Donatianus. Through a comparison with Verg. Aen. VII 641-646 (and Donatus’ interpretation of these lines) it is possible to argue that Donatus was envisioning this epistle as the conclusion of a long work (the commentary itself) and the starting point of a new endeavour: the writing of a thirteenth book covering all the Realien of the Aeneid.

"Cursim scripsi quae potui”. Tiberio Claudio Donato rilegge il suo “libro” / Pirovano, Luigi. - In: CENTOPAGINE. - ISSN 1974-0395. - ELETTRONICO. - 4(2010), pp. 108-119.

"Cursim scripsi quae potui”. Tiberio Claudio Donato rilegge il suo “libro”

PIROVANO, LUIGI
2010

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This paper contains a detailed analysis of the final epistle of Tiberius Claudius Donatus’ Interpretationes Vergilianae, addressed to his son Donatianus. Through a comparison with Verg. Aen. VII 641-646 (and Donatus’ interpretation of these lines) it is possible to argue that Donatus was envisioning this epistle as the conclusion of a long work (the commentary itself) and the starting point of a new endeavour: the writing of a thirteenth book covering all the Realien of the Aeneid.
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