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Extra resources for AETOS Studies in honour of Cyril Mango presented to him on April 14, 1998
So despite the absence of a formal subscription, Vettius Agorius Basilius may nonetheless be identified as the first editor and corrector of the Puteanus. Indeed, since the subscription in the Medicean Vergil can no longer be regarded as autograph (below) and the latest edition has eliminated the never very credible Caecilius saepe rogatus from the first subscription in the Vatican palimpsest of Pronto12, this may be the only surviving late antique nontheological manuscript corrected by a named reader.
12 Charalambos Bouras Finally, the marble architectural members of the Early Christian period at Daphni gave Millet the impression that they came from buildings that had existed earlier on the same site. As with every major Byzantine building programme, however, in this case, too, there has been "συναγωγή της ύλης" — that is, marble members of all kinds had been gathered together, of which some had been used and others not. In addition to those published by Millet64, many other ancient Greek65, Roman66, Early Christian67, or Byzantine spolia have since been found, but they cannot be used to date the buildings in the monastery complex.
Goldschmidt and K. -ΧΠΙ. Jahrhunderts, II, Berlin 1934 (repr. Berlin 1979), 38 no. 43 (Venice), no. 44 (Vienna); note also their similarly large ears. The date of these ivories, which belong to the so-called "Romanos" group, is disputed. I. KalavrezouMaxeiner redated the famous Romanos ivory in the Louvre, and the group of ivories most closely connected with it, from the tenth to the eleventh century: Eudokia Makrembolitissa and the Romanos Ivory, DOP 32 (1977) 307-325; D. Gaborit-Chopin disagrees with the later date, retaining that of the tenth-century, in: Byzance: L 'art byzantin dans les collections publiques franqaises (exh.
AETOS Studies in honour of Cyril Mango presented to him on April 14, 1998 by Ihor Sevcenko, Irmgard Hutter