Resultaat 1 - 2 (van 2)
Latin and vernacular translations of scientific treatises in medieval Europe
Medieval translators played an important role in the development and evolution of a scientific lexicon. At a time when most scholars deferred to authority, the translations of canonical texts assumed great importance. Moreover, translation occurred at two levels in the Middle Ages. First, Greek or Arabic texts were translated into the learned language, Latin. Second, Latin texts became source-texts themselves, to be translated into the vernaculars as their importance across Europe started to increase....
Engels, Frans, 478 pagina's (PDF, 5,6 MB), Leiven University Press, Leuven, 2017
essais de langue et de littérature françaises du Moyen Âge
This volume gathers eight contributions regarding the French medieval language and literature. They are a selection of papers presented during a colloquium organized in honor of Prof. Emeritus Willy Van Hoecke, whose passion for French diachronic linguistics and medieval literature has driven him to develop some techniques for critical text edition, applied to the oeuvre of Baudouin de Condé, techniques which he also used for the edition of Jean d'Antioche's Rectorique de Marc Tulles Cyceron. The...
Frans, 214 pagina's (PDF, 21 MB), Universitaire Pers Leuven, Leuven, 2017