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Herausgegeben und bearbeitet von Berndt Hamm, Reinhold Friedrich und Wolfgang Simon in Zusammenarbeit mit Matthieu Arnold
Herausgegeben und bearbeitet von Reinhold Friedrich, Berndt Hamm, Wolfgang Simon und Matthieu Arnold in Zusammenarbeit mit Christian Krieger
With reference to relevant sources in the major European languages, classical and modern, this study examines the rise of modern 'practical criticism' as part of a new paradigm of cultural processing during the 16th and 17th centuries, especially in Italy, France, the Dutch Republic and Germany.
eingeleitet und herausgegeben von Bernd Schneider und Christina Meckelnborg
This edition offers a critical text of the Latin prose translation of the Odyssey of Homer, made in about 1462 by Francesco Griffolini at the behest of Pope Pius II. The comprehensive introduction provides information about the life and work of the author, examines his method of translation and ...
On the basis of all known manuscripts - Latin, Old Czech and German – presented here for the first time in a complete edition, the author traces the dissemination of this late antique apocrypha in the medieval west, its integration into new changing, contexts of transmission and combinations of ...
Herausgegeben und übersetzt von Ewald Könsgen. Mit einem Kommentar von Peter Dinter
While teaching at the university of Paris, John of Garland, in addition to more ambitious works, wrote several didactic texts. His Misteria Ecclesie treat with didactic brevity: the symbolism of the church-buildings, the ecclesiastical order of the clergy, vestments, liturgy, the canonical year, ...
Death, judgement, heaven, and hell are the themes of a late medieval hymn manuscript associated with the Brethren of the Common Life at Zwolle. These same themes constitute the basis of penitential meditation in these circles. This book offers a new view on the spirituality of the Modern ...
This book deals for the first time with the unexplored world of medieval Latin speeches. It presents a number of highly interesting Latin texts each accompanied by a historical introduction, a German translation, and an extensive analysis of the rhetorical quality.
Christina Meckelnborg and Bernd Schneider
The first publication of the Opusculum fabularum, a medieval collection of Latin adaptations of Aesopian fables, which has been handed down in a Berlin manuscript. It is a valuable contribution to the studies of the development of the fable in the Middle Ages and in early modern times.
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