CLA 543

Problems in Latin Literature: Latin Paleography

Daniela Evelyn Mairhofer

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The graduate seminar provides a chronological survey of the development of Latin handwriting from its origins, the Roman scripts, through to humanistic scripts, in all their diversity of forms and styles. A particular emphasis is put on the book-based scripts of the western European Middle Ages and the Renaissance from c. 500 – 1500 AD, including scribal conventions and text typologies.

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