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Sobre la edicion de textos latinos medievales [Extrait] : la carta de Alfonso VIII a Inocencio III en 1212 / [Pérez González, Maurilio]

Publication : 2000 In : Veleia, 17, ISSN 0213-2095Description : p. 231-266Langue : Espagnol . Auteur principal: Pérez González, Maurilio Résumé : The author of this article commences with a reflection on the edition of medieval Latin texts in Spain at the beginning of the twentieth century. According to him, although the most recent editions still contain a few mistakes, the overall situation has improved. Afterwards he analyses two editions of King Alfonso VIII's letter to Pope Innocent III in 1212, advising him of the victory at Navas de Tolosa. Then the author concentrates on his own edition of that letter, departing from nine manuscripts, wich he describes, he relates to each other and studies in their graphic variants. Finally he includes the Latin text of his edition, wich is followed by the critical apparatus, the translation into Spanish and the analysis of the sources..Sujets:sources écrites -- manuscrit -- lettre -- méthodologie -- critique littéraire Chrono:époque médiévale -- époque moderne Lieux: Espagne Mots libres: édition de texte -- Alphonse 8 -- Innocent 3 .
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The author of this article commences with a reflection on the edition of medieval Latin texts in Spain at the beginning of the twentieth century. According to him, although the most recent editions still contain a few mistakes, the overall situation has improved. Afterwards he analyses two editions of King Alfonso VIII's letter to Pope Innocent III in 1212, advising him of the victory at Navas de Tolosa. Then the author concentrates on his own edition of that letter, departing from nine manuscripts, wich he describes, he relates to each other and studies in their graphic variants. Finally he includes the Latin text of his edition, wich is followed by the critical apparatus, the translation into Spanish and the analysis of the sources.

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