Oxford Handbook of Latin Palaeography

Oxford Handbook of Latin Palaeography

Babcock, Robert; Coulson, Frank

Oxford University Press Inc

01/2021

1072

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Inglês

9780195336948

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Forward and Acknowledgements
Introduction: Frank T. Coulson, Department of Classics, The Ohio State University

A. SCRIPT
A.1 Organizing Script
1. Punctuation: Frank T. Coulson, Department of Classics, The Ohio State University
2. Abbreviations: Olaf Pluta, Institut fuer Philosophie, Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum
3. Numerals: Charles Burnett, Professor of the History of Islamic Influences on Europe, Warburg Institute

A.2 Greco-Roman Heritage
4. Old Roman Cursive: Teresa De Robertis, Dipartimento di Storia,
Archeologia, Geografia, Arte, Spettacolo - Universita di Firenze (Translated from the Italian by Consuelo Dutschke)
5. New Roman Cursive: Teresa De Robertis, Dipartimento di Storia,
Archeologia, Geografia, Arte, Spettacolo - Universita di Firenze (Translated from the Italian by Consuelo Dutschke)
6. Square and Rustic Capital: David Wright, The University of California, Berkeley
7. Uncial: Robert G. Babcock, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
8. Semi-Uncial: Robert G. Babcock, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
9. Greek Scripts in Latin Manuscripts: Walter Berschin, Universitaet Heidelberg

A.3 Early Medieval Hands
10. Beneventan: Francis Newton, Professor of Latin Emeritus, Duke University
11. Visigothic: Jesus Alturo i Perucho, Universitat Autonoma di Barcelona
12. Luxeuil: Paolo Cherubini, Professore ordinario, Universita degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca
13. Merovingian Gaul: David Ganz, Visiting Professor of Palaeography, The Medieval Institute, The University of Notre Dame
14. St. Gall and Alemannic: Anna A. Grotans, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, The Ohio State University
15. Insular Script: Peter Stokes, King's College, University of London

A.4 Carolingian Minuscule
16. Carolingian Minuscule in France and Germany: David Ganz, Visiting Professor of Palaeography, The Medieval Institute, The University of Notre Dame
17. Early Carolingian Minuscule in Italy: Simona Gavinelli, Universita Cattolica del S. Cuore, Milano
18. Late Carolingian Minuscule in Italy: Mirella Ferrari, Universita Cattolica del S. Cuore, Milano
19. Tironian Notes: David Ganz, Visiting Professor of Palaeography, The Medieval Institute, The University of Notre Dame

A.5 Gothic
20. Nomenclature of Gothic Scripts: Albert Derolez Emeritus Professor at the Free Universities of Brussels
21. French Gothic: Marie-Helene Tesniere, Conservateur general au departement des Manuscrits de La Bibliotheque nationale de France (Translated from the French by Frank T. Coulson)
22. Early English Gothic: Richard Gameson, Durham University
23. Later English Gothic: Pamela Robinson, University of London
24. German Gothic: Karl-Georg Pfaendtner, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Muenchen
25. Early Italian Gothic: Stefano Zamponi, Universita di Firenze (Translated from the Italian by Consuelo Dutschke)
26. Late Italian Gothic: Stefano Zamponi, Universita di Firenze (Translated from the Italian by Consuelo Dutschke)
27. Late Dutch Gothic: J.P. Gumbert, Professor Emeritus, Leiden University
28. Czech Republic: Hana Patkova, Charles University, Prague
29. Hungary and Slovakia: Juraj Sedivy, Comenius-University in Bratislava / Faculty of Arts (Translated from the German by Anna A. Grotans and Robert G. Babcock)
30. Interaction of Script and Print: Paul Needham, Scheide Librarian, Princeton University

A.6 Humanist
31. Origins of Humanist Script: Teresa De Robertis, Dipartimento di Storia,
Archeologia, Geografia, Arte, Spettacolo - Universita di Firenze (Translated from the Italian by Consuelo Dutschke)
32. Italian Humanist: Teresa De Robertis, Dipartimento di Storia, Archeologia,
Geografia, Arte, Spettacolo - Universita di Firenze (Translated from the Italian by Consuelo Dutschke)
33. Byzantium and the West: Marianne Pade, Director, Danish Academy in Rome

A.7
34. The Waning of Manuscript Production: B. Gregory Hays, Department of Classics, University of Virginia

B. MATERIAL EMBODIMENT AND TECHNIQUES
35. Stages of Manuscript Production: Lucien Reynhout, Curator at the Department of Manuscripts Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels, Belgium
36. Stages in Diplomatic Production: Olivier Guyotjeannin, Directeur d'etudes a l'Ecole nationale des chartes, Paris (Translated from the French by Robert G. Babcock and Frank T. Coulson)
37. Mise-en-page: Marie Helene Tesniere, Conservateur general au departement des Manuscrits de La Bibliotheque nationale de France (Translated from the French by Frank T. Coulson)
38. Format of Books: J.P. Gumbert, Professor Emeritus, Leiden University
39. Format of Documents: Olivier Guyotjeannin, Directeur d'etudes a l'Ecole nationale des chartes (Paris) (Translated from the French by Robert G. Babcock and Frank T. Coulson)
40. Quantitative Codicology: Ezio Ornato, CNRS, Paris (Translated from the French by Robert G. Babcock and Frank T. Coulson)
41. Comparative Codicology: Malachi Beit-Arie, Professor Emeritus of Codicology and Palaeography, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
42. Pen Flourishing: Alison Stones, Professor Emeritus, University of Pittsburgh

C. CULTURAL SETTING
43. Orality and Visible Culture: Paul Saenger, Newberry Library, Chicago
44. Who Were the Scribes: Alison Beach, Department of History, The Ohio State University
45. Book Trade: Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: Guglielmo Cavallo, Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Roma
46. Book Trade: Central, High and Late Middle Ages: Kouky Fianu, Universite d'Ottawa/University of Ottawa

D. SELECTED SCRIPTORIA AND LIBRARIES
47. An Overview: Donatella Nebbiai, Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes, Paris (Translated from the French by Frank T. Coulson)
48. Lindisfarne: Michelle P. Brown FSA, Professor Emerita, SAS, University of London
49. Northern Italy in the 7th and 8th Centuries: Paolo Cherubini, Professore ordinario, Universita degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca
50. Insular Script in its Cultural Context: Michelle P. Brown, FSA, Professor Emerita, SAS, University of London
51. Montecassino: Francis Newton, Professor of Latin Emeritus, Duke University
52. St. Gall: Anna A. Grotans, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, The Ohio State University
53. University of Paris: Richard and Mary Rouse, University of California, Los Angeles
54. Salisbury Cathedral Library: Teresa Webber, Trinity College, Cambridge
55. Florence: Xavier van Binnebeke, Bodleian Library, Oxford

E. VARIETIES OF BOOK USAGE
56. Books of Hours: Rowan Watson. Senior Curator, National Art Library, Word & Image Department, Victoria and Albert Museum
57. Law: Susan L'Engle, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, St. Louis University
58. The Manuscript Miscellany: George Rigg, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto
59. Florilegia: Jacqueline Hamesse, Professor Emerita, L'Universite catholique de Louvain
60. Theological Texts: Lesley Smith, Professor of Medieval Intellectual History, University of Oxford, Fellow in Politics and Senior Tutor, Harris Manchester College
61. Gloss and Text: Greti Dinkova-Bruun, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto
62. Glossaries and Grammars: Patrizia Lendinara, Dipartimento Culture e Societa, Universita di Palermo
63. The History of Manuscripts since 1500: B. Gregory Hays, Department of Classics, University of Virginia
64. Manuscript Cataloguing: Consuelo Dutschke, Columbia University
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