TARANTINOS TEXTS THAT HAVE BEEN PRESERVED IN PALLADIUS WORK „OPUS AGRICULTURAE“AND AGRICULTURAL ENCYCLOPEDIA – GEOPONIKA

Tarantinos texts have left no small influence on economic thought in the agriculture of the Roman Empire and later the Byzantine Empire. Authors such as Palladius anonymous editors Geoponika was those who transmitted the ideas and solutions that tarantinos gave in their articles. His ideas are expressed in the texts of these authors are quoted integrally, or are recounted original solutions. In this way they extend the life of Tarantinos texts, which are now lost in the original. In Palladius work is three texts that relate to improving the taste and quality of olive oil. In Geoponika of fourteen heads, which are thought to have been taken from Tarantinos work. Theme head is varied. Texts relating to agriculture, viticulture and winemaking, cultivation of olive trees, the grafting and planting of fruit and flowers, and on fisheries. Studying Tarantinos these texts were published by the Palladius in his work "On agriculture" in the original "Opus Agriculturae" but in Geoponika we can conclude the following. If you werePalladius and anonymous editor Geoponika only known authors who have used the original Tarantinos work. Since we cannot have access to the original Tarantinoso work we cannot determine whether his work is directly quoted. Also we cannot determine the authenticity of some heads was the organizer Geoponika attributed tarantinos. Yet despite all that remained preserved some thoughts and ideas that tarantinos made in his lost work, primarily thanks to the Palladius and anonymous editors Geoponika.


Issue Date:
Dec 31 2015
Publication Type:
Journal Article
DOI and Other Identifiers:
Ekonomika Vol 61 Issue 4 pp 11-20 2015 (Other)
Record Identifier:
http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/240763
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/240763
Published in:
Ekonomika, Journal for Economic Theory and Practice and Social Issues, 61, 4
Page range:
11-20
Total Pages:
10
JEL Codes:
B11; N01; N13; N53; N63




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