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Berlincourt, Valéry. (2018) Exégèse antiquaire et critique sociale chez Emeric Crucé. In: Acta conventus Neo-Latini Vindobonensis = Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Congress of Neo-Latin studies. Leiden, pp. 152-162.

Berlincourt, Valéry and Galli Milic, Lavinia and Nelis, Damien, eds. (2016) Lucan and Claudian : Context and Intertext. Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften. Neue Folge, 2. Reihe, 151. Heidelberg.

Berlincourt, Valéry and Galli Milic, Lavinia and Nelis, Damien. (2016) Introduction. In: Lucan and Claudian : Context and Intertext. Heidelberg, pp. 1-9.

Berlincourt, Valéry. (2016) Lucain et le souhait de domination de la déesse Roma (Claud. Ol. Prob. 160-163). In: Lucan and Claudian : Context and Intertext. Heidelberg, pp. 199-225.

Berlincourt, Valéry. (2016) Le codex Buslidianus des épopées de Stace. Mnemosyne, 69 (3). pp. 420-432.

Berlincourt, Valéry. (2016) Lien intertextuel et contexte dans l'œuvre-source : Claudien Ol. Prob. 163, Symmaque et les laudes Italiae virgiliennes. Philologus, 160 (2). pp. 305-321.

Berlincourt, Valéry. (2016) The Statius of Gronovius (Amsterdam, 1653) and the Manuscripts London BL Royal 15.C.X and 15.A.XXI. Classical Quarterly, 66 (1). pp. 376-383.

Berlincourt, Valéry. (2015) Early Modern Thebaid: the Latin Commentary Tradition. In: Brill’s Companion to Statius. Leiden, pp. 543-561.

Berlincourt, Valéry. (2014) Commenting on Claudian’s ‘Political Poems’, 1612/1650. In: Transformations of the Classics via Early Modern Commentaries. Leiden, pp. 125-150.

Berlincourt, Valéry. (2013) ˜Going beyond the author : Caspar von Barth's Observations on the Art of Commentary-Writing and his Use of Exegetical Digressions. In: Neo-Latin Commentaries and the Management of Knowledge in the Late Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period (1400–1700). Leuven, pp. 263-292.

Berlincourt, Valéry. (2013) Commenter la "Thébaïde" (16e-19e s.). Caspar von Barth et la tradition exégétique de Stace. Mnemosyne. Supplements, 354. Leiden.