2 edition of Contributions to the palaeography of Latin inscriptions found in the catalog.
Contributions to the palaeography of Latin inscriptions
Joyce Anna (Stiefbold) Gordon
|Statement||by Joyce S. and Arthur E. Gordon.|
|Series||University of California publications in classical archaeology -- v. 3, no. 3|
|Contributions||Gordon, Arthur Ernest, 1902-|
|LC Classifications||Z114 G6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||241|
Album of Dated Latin Inscriptions. I: Rome and the Neighborhood, Augustus to Nerva by Arthur E. Gordon, Joyce S. Gordon; Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions by Joyce S. Gordon, Arthur E. Gordon (p. ). Palaeography inherits both these types. Reproduced by scribes on papyrus or parchment, the elegant characters of the inscriptions become the square capitals of the manuscripts, and the actuaria, as the writing of the acta is called, becomes the rustic capital.
Ranging from technical discussions of epigraphic formulae and palaeography to broad consideration of inscriptions as social documents and visual records, the topics and approaches represented reflect the variety of ways that Greek and Latin inscriptions are studied in North America today. The 26 contributions of this book, divided into. Illustrated Introduction to Latin Epigraphy 36 copies; Album of dated Latin inscriptions I Text 4 copies; Inscribed Fibula Praenestina: Problems of Authenticity (University of 3 copies; The Letter Names of the Latin Alphabet 3 copies; Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions 1 copy; Supralineate abbreviations in Latin.
the system of medieval Latin abbreviation whose general rules and principles we shall now examine. All medieval abbreviations, for both Latin and Italian words, can be divided into six categories, each of which will be treated in turn. Abbreviation can be indicated by: 1. Truncation, 2. Contraction, 3. Abbreviation marks significant in. Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions. (University of California Publications in Classical Archaeology, vol. 3, no. 3.) Berkeley and Author: James Clackson.
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Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions: Author: Gordon, Joyce S. Author: Gordon, Arthur E. (Arthur Ernest), Note: UC publications in classical archaeology v3 #3; Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, Link: page Contributions to the palaeography of Latin inscriptions book at HathiTrust: Stable link here.
Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions Author: Gordon, Arthur (Gordon, Joyce) University of California, Prev owner name in neat pencil. First published inthis work, by the greatest living authority on medieval palaeography, offers the most comprehensive and up-to-date account in any language of the history of Latin script.
It contains a detailed account of the role of the book in cultural history from antiquity to the Renaissance and outlines the history of book by: Contributions to the palaeography of Latin inscriptions. Berkeley, University of California Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joyce S Gordon; Arthur E Gordon.
Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions (UC publications in classical archaeology v3 #3; Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, ), by Joyce S.
Gordon and Arthur E. Gordon (page images at HathiTrust). COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Ferrua Antonio S.I. Gordon (Joyce S. and Arthur E.). Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions. In: Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire, t fasc. 3, Langues et littératures modernes — Moderne talen en letterkunden.
Author: Ferrua Antonio S.I. The book includes wonderful images of so many periods of writing, I can sit looking through them for hours, learning much, without even reading the accompanying text. The text is an excellent overview, with an introduction giving an account of the history of Western writing (including Latin and Greek quotes on the matter -- of course it assumes.
We now proceed to trace the history of the Latin Paleography, and the scheme which will be followed in this division of our subject may first be briefly stated. Latin Majuscule writing, in its two branches of Square Capitals and Rustic Capitals, and Uncials –the most ancient extant forms of the Latin book-hand – claims our first Size: 3MB.
Book Description. A thorough and up-to-date introduction for anyone who wishes to appreciate the contribution of Latin inscriptions to our understanding of Roman history in all its aspects, whether social, political, economic or cultural.
Technical guidance is also provided on deciphering inscriptions face-to-face and handling specialist epigraphic Cited by: 9. One of the Earliest Latin Inscriptions in Rome.
Circa BCE. The Duenos Inscription. The Contributions of the Emperor Charlemagne and the Educator Alcuin to the Carolingian Renaissance. The Macclesfield Alphabet Book, the Most Complete Pattern Book from Medieval Britain. which have become classics in the field: “Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions,” a monograph which appeared inand the magisterial.
Album. of Dated Latin Inscriptions, 4 volumes in 7 parts, from the years Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions by Joyce S. Gordon, Arthur E. Gordon Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions by Joyce S.
It also appears in the recently discovered inscription of Diocletian's edict, " de pretiis venalium " of A.D. (Pal. Soc.). Even in inscriptions in square capitals small letters sometimes intruded: see an instance of a small b in an inscription of A.D. given in Letronne, Inscriptions de l'Egypte, atlas, pl.
Palaeography is the study of old handwriting. This online tutorial will help you learn to read the handwriting found in documents written in Latin between and The tutorial is for people who already know medieval Latin.
If you need to learn, visit our Latin tutorials. First published inthis work, by the greatest living authority on medieval palaeography, offers the most comprehensive and up-to-date account in any language of the history of Latin script.
It contains a detailed account of the role of the book in cultural history from antiquity to the Renaissance and outlines the history of book. HANDBOOK OF GREEK & LATIN PALAEOGRAPHY by Sir E M Thompson. 3rd edition, published Kegan, Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co Ltd, London.
katapi ed: The HANDBOOK is available in pdf (searchable) format at both the Harvard and Princeton university websites. Select either from book was revised, enlarged, and published as AN INTRODUCTION TO GREEK AND LATIN PALAEOGRAPHY.
It equips the student with the resources, methodological questions and techniques required for understanding the historical context and processes of book production in the early modern period. The course combines practical research skills with a program of key areas of historical bibliography and history of reading.
Course: Latin Palaeography. This monography deals with Latin palaeography, but it is of relevance for a comparative discussion of the origin of the Armenian minuscule script versus the origin of the Latin minuscule.
Kouymjian, D., ‘History of Armenian Paleography’, in Stone, M. E., Kouymjian, D., and Lehmann, H., Album of Armenian Paleography (Aarhus, ), 5– Latin Palaeography. Abbreviations. The second hurdle researchers face when consulting old documents in Latin is the large number of abbreviations.
To save the time of the scribe and the space available on a manuscript, a system of shortening words was employed. Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions. By Joyce S. and Arthur E. Gordon. (University of California publications in Classical Archaeology).Transcription 2. Even though the documents and manuscripts provided for transcription in this module are in Latin and English (Old or Middle English, depending on their date), the system of abbreviations that scribes used is remarkably stable across both languages and throughout the medieval period (although variation did, of course, exist).Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions Contributions to the Palaeography of Latin Inscriptions Author: Gordon, Arthur (Gordon, Joyce) University of California, Prev owner name in neat pencil.
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