The analysis of MS 10057 of the BNE suggests a Neapolitan procedence for this manuscript, allowing us to examine some of the rhetorical strategies there displayed in relation to those found in local copies of the Roman de Troie. Both share some intriguing iconographic features and a very similar approach in what regards to the understanding of the power of images to provoke the most intense emotions on the reader.
|Title of host publication||Festschrift Michael-Viktor Schwarz|
|Editors||Christine Beier, Asaf Pinkus, Tim Juckes|
|Publication status||Submitted - 2021|
- Trojan legend
- Medieval book illustration
Rodríguez Porto, R. M. (2021). In cerchio: Illuminating the Trojan legend and the Commedia between the Veneto and Naples (with some notes on Madrid, BNE, MS 10057). Manuscript submitted for publication. In C. Beier, A. Pinkus, & T. Juckes (Eds.), Festschrift Michael-Viktor Schwarz Brepols Publishers.