The Opus de agricultura, De veterinaria medicina, and De insitione are
works of Rutilius Taurus Aemilianus Palladius from the middle of the 5th
century A.D. This author was much appreciated during the Middle Ages,
witness the large number of manuscripts of his works: from the 12th to the
14th century alone, 80 manuscripts are extant. Within the last 20 years,
American, French and Spanish scholars have increasingly devoted
attention to Palladius’ works (Robert H. Rodgers, ed. Teubneriana,
Leipzig 1975; René Martin, ed. Budé, Paris 1976; Ana Moure Casas,
Palladius, Liber primus, Diss. Madrid 1980).
The present lemmatized concordance is based on R.H. Rodgers’ edition
and was compiled with the help of a computer. It is a valuable tool for the
study of technical Latin in such important fields as agriculture, veterinary
medicine, botanics and others.