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La Prise de Pampelune









 
La Prise de Pampelune
 
 
Summary
 
Nicolia of Verona wrote the Prise de Pampelune as a sequel to the Entrée d'Espagne for his patron at the Este court, Niccolò, in 1343. The text, comprising some 6117 lines, continues picks up where the Entrée left off, after Charlemagne has returned from Roncevaux, and follows his campaign in Spain with the Pavian king Disiderius against the pagan king Malzerigi.

MSS

 
Venice,  Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Fr. V (=250)

Edition


Niccolò da Verona. Opere. Pharsale. Continuazione dell’Entrée d’Espagne.
Passion. Ed. Franca Di Ninni. Medioevo Veneto. Venice: Marsilio, 1992.

Mussafia, A., ed. Altfranzösische Gedichte aus venezianischen Handschriften. I. La Prise de Pampelune; II. Macaire. Vienna: Druck und Verlag von Carl Gerold's Sohn, 1864.














Secondary Literature

Bédier, Joseph. La “Prise de Pampelune” et la route de Saint-Jacques de Compostelle," Romanische Forschungen 23 (1907), 805-817

Vidossi, Giuseppe. Nicolò da Verona. Da “La Prisa di Pampelona”, in Le Origini. Testi latini, italiani, provenzali e franco-italiani, a cura di Antonio Viscardi, Bruno e Tilde Nardi, Giuseppe Vidossi, Felice Arese, Milano / Napoli, Riccardo Ricciardi, 1956, 1186-99.

See Arlima.
See also RIALFRI.

 

 

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