REVIEWS Muñoz Jiménez, María José ed. El florilegio: Espacio de encuentro de los autores antiguos y medievales. Textes et Études du Moyen Age 58. Porto: Fédération Internationale des Instituts d'Études Médiévales, 2011. 259 pp. ISBN: 978250353968 The ten chapters of this anthology are by members of the editor's research groups, several of which began as conference papers, here brought up-to-date and combined with chapters on newer areas of research. Muñoz Jiménez begins the volume in an essay that defines the basic concept of the research program, expressed clearly in the title of the book and the essay: "Formas de coexistencia de los autores y obras en los florilegios latinos", meaning the florilegium is here conceptualized as a space in which the compiler functions as an author who has produced a purposeful new work, creating dynamic interaction of the various extracts brought into the new circuit of meaning. The anthology as a whole presents both Latin and vernacular manuscripts mostly held in Spanish libraries, placed in the context of related manuscripts, particularly those within the tradition of the Florilegium Gallicum (FG). The first essay, by Muñoz Jiménez, focuses exclusively on Latin florilegia, specifically Escorial Q I 14 (14th c.),
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