Introduction to medieval Latin.

English translation and revision by Robert B. Palmer. by Strecker, Karl in [Zürich] Weidmann [1965]

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  • Latin language, Medieval and modern

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Includes bibliography.

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Pagination174 p. ;
Number of Pages174
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Open LibraryOL20298928M

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Students will read in the original from a selection of texts illustrating important aspects of Medieval culture, history, literature, philosophy, religion, and language.

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AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MEDIEVAL BIBLE The Middle Ages spanned the period between two watersheds in the history of the biblical text: Jerome’s Latin translation circa and Gutenberg’s first printed version in The Bible was arguably the most influential book during this time, affecting spiritual and intel.

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INTRODUCTION It was soon realized that this vast body of Latin verse, secular as well as religious, which was the product of a thousand years of assiduous composition, was important, not merely on historical and cultural grounds, but in rela­ tion to the vernacular literatures of medieval Europe.

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A Latin translation, or, rather, translations (for there were several versions), which later came to be known as the Vetus Latina (the “Old Latin [Bible]”), already existed.

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