Charles H. Beeson; Codices Latini Antiquiores: a Palaeographical Guide to Latin Manuscripts prior to the Ninth Century. Edited by E. A. Lowe. Part II, Great Br. Results 1 – 14 of 14 Codices Liturgici Latini Antiquiores/Supplementum. Erganzungs-und Registerband. Unter Mitarbeit von B. Baroffio – F. Dell’Oro – A. Hanggi. 4; Included in a list of manuscripts omitted from Lowe’s Codices Latini Antiquiores because he considered them definitely ninth-century or later, p. xiii.
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Codices Latini Antiquiores, II: Great Britain and Ireland (2nd edn.)
Sign in to use this feature. Codicee covers only literary works; this includes legal texts but not documentary texts such as charters. Before the mid 4th century, only fragmentary scraps of literary texts and ancient classics survive; afterwards, untilmost works are of a theological character. This article has no associated abstract.
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The copying and production of texts of secular interest stopped almost codoces around the 6th and 7th centuries. During the 8th century, the transportation of manuscripts from France and the Anglo-Saxon domains Ireland and England towards the continent is a cultural and historical phenomenon of great importance. Slavery after Rome, — Minns – – The Classical Review 62 Jones – – Speculum 32 3: Added to PP index Total downloads 12of 2, Latkni downloads 6 months 1of 2, How can I increase my downloads?
Roger Aubrey Baskerville Mynors —professor of Latin at Oxford University and editor, coauthored the last volumes. These Italian works, most of which are of theological interest, were exported llatini all of Europe until such places started a production of books of their own.
He subsequently embarked on a comparable catalogue of ninth-century continental manuscripts which remained unfinished at his death; two volumes have since appeared, covering libraries alphabetically from Aachen to Paderborn. Elias Avery Lowe founded the project in and directed it himself until his antiquiors in Between andthe production of books is constant, and the number of surviving works grows over time. Sign in Create an account.
Codices Latini Antiquiores “The More Ancient Latin Manuscripts”generally abbreviated CLAis a catalogue of all surviving manuscripts in Latin whether codices or scrolls written before the 9th century.
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Retrieved from ” https: The facts found about Italy are remarkable in particular. No keywords specified fix it. Minns – – The Classical Review 2 At the beginning of the 20th century, the history of Latin script was insufficiently known and based only on partial analyses.
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