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Combining the Encoding of Variants with Stemmatological Analysis: the case of Chrétien's 'Cligés'

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This paper intends to return to the ongoing issue of the Cligés' transmission and textual reconstruction, through a new methodological approach, hybridising digital editing, variant typing, qualitative and stemmatological analyses. It will rely on the full transcription of both complete and fragmentary manuscripts, that has been conceived as a part of an ambitious editorial project, carried out by Benedetta Salvati, as a natural continuation of her master's dissertation at the University Ca' Foscari of Venice (IRHT-Section romane, 2023, Salvati, 2020). Different types of encoding for variant locations and individual readings, including graphic, morphological, morphosyntactic and semantic variants, as well as, the causes of the variance (e.g., paleographic misreadings, copyists' individual line scanning practice, ...), have been provided, by following a taxonomy currently being developed in the context of an international seminar held at the École des chartes. Exploratory stemmatological methods will be applied to the variant locations and the results of different selections fed to stemmatological. Finally, the consistency or not of different types (e.g., graphic, lexical.. .) of variant locations towards stemmatic hypotheses will be systematically examined.
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hal-04089045 , version 1 (04-05-2023)

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Benedetta Salvati, Jean-Baptiste Camps. Combining the Encoding of Variants with Stemmatological Analysis: the case of Chrétien's 'Cligés'. 2023. ⟨hal-04089045⟩
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