Notam superponere studui: the use of technical signs in the early Middle Ages

Onderzoeksoutput: PhD Thesis (Proefschrift)PhD thesis (Proefschrift)


Early medieval Latin manuscripts frequently contain marginal commentaries and annotations that refer to the text in these manuscripts. Such marginalia may have the form of texts or diagrams, but in other cases, they are symbols - crosses, dots, slashes and other more complex graphic signs. While scholars have been aware of the presence of technical signs in manuscript margins, we had until now no coherent understanding of their usage and in many cases we lacked the key to decipher their meaning. My PhD research provides the first detailed examination of technical signs used in the early medieval Latin West and attempts to map their usage in the Carolingian period.
Originele taal-2Engels
KwalificatieDoctor of Philosophy
Toekennende instantie
  • University Utrecht
  • Teeuwen, M.J., Promotor
  • de Jong, M.B., Promotor
Datum van toekenning18 mrt 2016
StatusGepubliceerd - 2016


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