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supplement to W. M. Lindsay"s Notae Latinae
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A Supplement to Notae Latinae (Cambridge, ), 71, On its glosses, see Fleuriot, Dictionaire, 6 (no. 21) et passim. (19) As was pointed out by G. Schoebe, 'The Chapters of Archbishop Oda (/6)_ and the Canons of the Legatine Councils of ', Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, xxxv (), Lindsay, W. M. Contractions in Early Latin Minuscule Mss. Oxford, [X35L L64 C] Lindsay, W. M. Notae Latinae: An Account of Abbreviations in Latin Mss of the Early Minuscule Period (c). Cambridge, ; Supplement (Abbre viations in Latin Mss of to A.D.), by D. Bains. Cambridge,
Scribal abbreviations or sigla (singular: siglum) are the abbreviations used by ancient and medieval scribes writing in various languages, including Latin, Greek, Old English and Old modern manuscript editing (substantive and mechanical) "sigla" are the symbols used to indicate the source manuscript (e.g. variations in text between different such manuscripts) and to identify the. 6 See W.M. Lindsay, Notae Latinae (Cambridge, ), pp. The abbreviation q: for quae is also used in the late eleventh-century fragment of an English sacramentary (from Salisbury?) preserved in Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley , fols, ii-iv. 7 This version of the preface first appears in the so-called Supplement to the Hadrianic.
History. The Montpellier Psalter was long considered to be the oldest Carolingian Psalter of the Frankish Empire, due to its late antique scientific sources stated Auxerre as the point of origin and dated it between and CE. The philologist Bernhard Bischoff (–) was the first to revise this, proving that the real origin of the psalter was the Bavarian. of the Greeks: The Study of Greek in the West in the Early Middle Ages, ed. M. W. Herren, King’s College London Medieval Studies II. London: 85– Bieler, L. (ed.) () The Patrician Texts in the Book of Armagh, Scriptores Latini Hiberniae X. Dublin. Bischoff, B. () ‘Das griechische Element in der abendländischen Bildung des.
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9 A Supplement to Notae Latinae (Cambridge University Press,), p. Reviews investigated. The author himself notes (41 and n.) that a study of the in- THIS new book by the stern censor of the human frailties of mediaeval Chris-tianity is ostensibly less a.
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Excerpt from Notae Latinae: An Account of Abbreviation in Latin, Mss; Of the Early Minuscule Period (C. ) This book is entitled 'an account,' not 'a history.' Its main Object is to provide statistics of the actual use of symbols in the early minuscule period, not theories of how or why this symbol is used here and that symbol : W.
Lindsay. Lindsay another 1 the North-French az-type ', another 1 the Laon type '. unless we are loyal to nomenclature. To return from this digression, I would try to excuse the inexcusable eror in my Notae Latinae (p.etc.) " Farfa in Umbria ", instead of " Farfa near Rome", by the plea (Zagreb, ) makes a useful supplement, trac.
Manuscript Paris, B.N. lat. could contain the oldest known copy of part of the eighth-century Frankish chronicle, the Liber Historiae Francorum (LHF).
The manuscript was an exciting discovery because of its antiquity, and at the same time a challenging one because it does not neatly fit with other known early manuscripts of the work.
page note 1 Lindsay, W.M. in his Notae Latinae (Cambridge, ) notes ‘The syllabic suspension spc ‘sp(e)-c(ies)’ occurs in mediaeval lists of ancient Notae; but the word is never abbreviated, so far as I know, in MSS.
of our period (sc. –) except perhaps capriciously in its technical sense in. Lindsay - Notae Latinae: An Account of Abbreviation in Latin MSS. of the Early Minuscule Period, c. () Open Library direct link Open Library main page I have a weakness, really more admiration, for quasi-antiquarian scholarship and a collection of Latin abbreviations from the early Middle Ages is just that type of thing.
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Lindsay, “Notae latinae”. An account of abbreviations in Latin manuscripts of the Early Minuscule period (), Cambridge A. Mentz, “Die Tironischen Noten: Eine Geschichte der römischen Kurzschrift”, Archiv für Urkundenforschung, 16 () and 17 (): and Lindsay, W.
() Notae Latinae. An Account of Abbreviation in Latin Mss. of the Early Minuscule Period (c. ¸ Cambridge, Univ. Press. Book. Jan ; ANNALISA BELLONI; Ferrari. W. Lindsay - Notae Latinae: An Account of Abbreviation in Latin MSS. of the Early Minuscule Period, c.
() Open Library direct link Open Library main page I have a weakness, really more admiration, for quasi-antiquarian scholarship and a collection of Latin abbreviations from the early Middle Ages is just that type of thing.
W.H. Lindsay, Notae latinae. An account of abbreviations in Latin manuscript of the early minuscule An account of abbreviations in Latin manuscript of the early minuscule period (ca.
Since Corssen's great work (last edition, Leipzig, there has been no book devoted to a separate investigation by Comparative Philological methods of the Latin Language, its declensions, its conjugations, its formation of the various parts of speech, and the changes of its pronunciation and orthography, if we except the short summary (last edition, Nordlingen, ) written by Professor.Review of W.
M. Lindsay, Notae Latinae (), in EHR 'Salathiel qui et Esdras', JTS [Pfaff ] Review of R. H. Charles tr., The Book of jubilees (), in Cambridge Review Review of A. Mingana ed., Some early judaeo-Christian documents in the John Rylands Library (), in Cambridge Review appeared under the title of A Supplement to Notae Latinae (Abbreviations in Latin MSS.
of to A.D.) with a foreword by W. M. Lindsay (Cambridge: University Press, ). The period concerned is a somewhat dark period, less familiar to students in general than the earlier period, or.