Origin of excerpta
Examples from the Web for excerpta
The 'Excerpta' have been made by some later hand—perhaps that of a monk in the Vivarian convent.
The work from which these 'Excerpta' are taken was composed, according to Usener, in the year 522.
M. Ihm, who faithfully reprinted the excerpta in the Archiv f. lat.
Schuch incorporated the excerpta with his Apicius, placing the formulæ in what he believed to be the proper order.
It is furthermore interesting to note that the excerpta, too, are silent about Cœlius.