Bibliographic Details

Vernacular manuscript culture : 1000-1500 / edited by Erik Kwakkel.

Imprint [Leiden] : Leiden University Press [2018]
Description 278 pages : illustrations (some color), map ; 19 cm.
Language English
Series Studies in medieval and Renaissance book culture
Studies in medieval and Renaissance book culture.
Subject Native language -- Social aspects.
Manuscripts, Medieval -- Social aspects -- History -- To 1500.
Manuscripts, Medieval -- Europe -- History -- To 1500.
Manuscripts, French -- History -- To 1500.
Manuscripts, Frisian -- History -- To 1500.
Manuscripts, Icelandic -- History -- To 1500.
Manuscripts, Italian -- History -- To 1500.
Manuscripts, German (Middle High) -- History -- To 1500.
Manuscripts, English (Old) -- History -- To 1500.
Codicology.
Paleography.
Manuscripts.
Scribes.
Europe.
History.
Format Print, Book
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11561184
Other authors / contributors Kwakkel, Erik, 1970- editor.
ISBN 9789087283025
9087283024
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This volume presents six essays devoted to the practices, habits, and preferences of scribes making manuscripts in their native tongue. Despite the dominance of Latin in medieval written culture, vernacular traditions started to develop in Europe in the eleventh century. Focusing on French, Frisian, Icelandic, Italian, Middle High German, and Old English examples, these essays discuss the connectivity of books originating in the same linguistic space. 00Given that authors, translators, and readers advanced vernacular written culture through the production and consumption of texts, how did the scribes who copied them fit into this development? Did they have a specific approach to copying texts in their native language? Can we observe patterns in how manuscripts in the same vernacular presented their contents? To address such questions the essays taken material features of manuscripts, both palaeographical and codicological, as a point of departure.0.
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