Medieval Latin Palaeography: A Bibliographical Introduction

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University of Toronto Press, 1984 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 399 pages
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The aim of this bibliography is to present students with as wide a survey as possible of all the aspects they must consider, and all the tools they must employ, in order to evaluate the communication in any book, document, or inscription from the Middle Ages on which they would be working. From the Author's Preface.

 

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Contents

SCHOLARLY SETTING
3
History of Scholarship 12 Surveys 17 Manuals
19
Series 23 General Collections
61
CULTURAL SETTING
67
Latin Writing and Vernacular Derivatives
74
INSTITUTIONAL SETTING
203
PHYSICAL SETTING
233
HUMAN SETTING
253
University Scriveners and Stationers
267
TEXTUAL SETTING
286
Establishing a Textual Tradition
301
RESEARCH SETTING
317
Varia
333
Index codicum
392
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Leonard E. Boyle taught at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, and at the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto. He was also the Prefect of the Vatican Library in Rome from 1984 to 1997.

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