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In 2015 I argued that the statistics of manuscripts derived from Élisabeth Pellegrin’s Les manuscrits classique latins de la Bibliothèque Vaticane proved that interest in classical literature did not collapse in thirteenth-century Italy as it did in Northern Europe. In 2017 Robert Black published a refutation of my argument. The present article is an answer to Black’s article.
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