The article is composed of four presentations. P. Stotz illustrates the genesis and the intentions of his Handbuch zur Sprache des lateinischen Mittelalters, based on the census and the study of a number of linguistic facts and expressive conventions, which are documented in the Latin of the Middle Ages. The heuristic principles that have guided the work are argued. F. Santi notes the importance of the conclusions of Stotz about the vitality of Latin in the Middle Ages and the variety of performances that for the Latin language were tested in the Middle Ages; it is placed in relation to some literary situations and to plurilinguistic condition of the medieval culture. P. Garbini detects the systematic approach and the intelligent and open problematic of the survey conducted by Stotz, which offers much more than it promises: the Handbuch posed in new and polishes terms the issue of continuity / discontinuity of the Latin language between Antiquity and the Middle Ages, as well as the theme of the vitality of Latin in the Middle Ages. L. Ricci proposes a path of study inside the Handbuch devoted to the theme of the Latin Christians from Antiquity to the Renaissance, focusing in particular on some examples in the attitude of the Humanists regard to the Latin of the Bible, also proposing a comparison between the text of the Vulgata and the translation by Sebastian Castellio (1515-1563).

Un percorso all'interno del manuale (in Peter STOTZ - Francesco SANTI - Paolo GARBINI - Luigi G. G. RICCI, Il latino nel Medioevo nella visione di Peter Stotz - Verona, 22 maggio 2014. STUDI MEDIEVALI, vol. 55, p. 653-682) / Ricci, L. G. G.; Stotz, P.; Garbini, P.; Santi, F.. - In: STUDI MEDIEVALI. - ISSN 0391-8467. - 55:2(2014), pp. 674-681.

Un percorso all'interno del manuale (in Peter STOTZ - Francesco SANTI - Paolo GARBINI - Luigi G. G. RICCI, Il latino nel Medioevo nella visione di Peter Stotz - Verona, 22 maggio 2014. STUDI MEDIEVALI, vol. 55, p. 653-682)

RICCI L. G. G.;
2014

Abstract

The article is composed of four presentations. P. Stotz illustrates the genesis and the intentions of his Handbuch zur Sprache des lateinischen Mittelalters, based on the census and the study of a number of linguistic facts and expressive conventions, which are documented in the Latin of the Middle Ages. The heuristic principles that have guided the work are argued. F. Santi notes the importance of the conclusions of Stotz about the vitality of Latin in the Middle Ages and the variety of performances that for the Latin language were tested in the Middle Ages; it is placed in relation to some literary situations and to plurilinguistic condition of the medieval culture. P. Garbini detects the systematic approach and the intelligent and open problematic of the survey conducted by Stotz, which offers much more than it promises: the Handbuch posed in new and polishes terms the issue of continuity / discontinuity of the Latin language between Antiquity and the Middle Ages, as well as the theme of the vitality of Latin in the Middle Ages. L. Ricci proposes a path of study inside the Handbuch devoted to the theme of the Latin Christians from Antiquity to the Renaissance, focusing in particular on some examples in the attitude of the Humanists regard to the Latin of the Bible, also proposing a comparison between the text of the Vulgata and the translation by Sebastian Castellio (1515-1563).
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