Communications XXIIe Colloque de paléographie latine, Prague 14-16 septembre 2022

Communications – Papers

Serena Ammirati (Univ. Roma Tre), Quale scrittura latina nel diritto bizantino? Ibridismi grafici e linguistici tra tarda antichità e alto medioevo.

Ekaterina V. Antonets (Lomonosov Moscow State University), Ligatures in Graeco-Latin cursive script of 4th–6th centuries A.D. Independent development and interaction.

Adrián Ares Legaspi (Univ. Sevilla), La introducción de la mixta francesa en las coronas de Castilla y Aragón. ¿Un proceso de imitación, influencia o adaptación?

Rūta Čapaitė (Litauisches Institut für Geschichte), Autografe der Adligen des Großherzogtums Litauen im 16. Jahrhundert.

Ainoa Castro Correa –  Francisco Álvarez López (Univ. Salamanca), Documentary practices and uses in rural context of north-western Iberia.

Julia Crick (King’s College London), Old English Romanesque? Scribal choice and cultural collaboration across the political and linguistic divide in conquered England, 1066-1100.

Carmen del Camino Martínez (Univ. Sevilla), Humanismo, escritura y documentos en Sevilla durante el reinado de los Reyes Católicos.

Arianna D’Ottone Rambach (Univ. Roma La Sapienza), Meeting Points – Latin and Arabic Interactions Mirrored by the Written Evidence.

Federica D’Uonno (Univ. Roma La Sapienza), “Je suis venu ici en Romme…”. Scriventi francesi a Roma nel Cinquecento.

David Ganz (Monumenta Germaniae Historica), English Half Uncial: the reception of a script.

Francisco M. Gimeno Blay (Univ. València), Gabriel Altadell. Un calígrafo cosmopolita.

Maria Gurrado (Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes), La réception des modèles tourangeaux.  Le cas de Saint-Martial de Limoges au Xème siècle.

Eef Overgaauw (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin – Preußischer Kulturbesitz), Traces of Humanistic scripts in Gothic scripts in Germany in the 15th century.

Laura Pani (Univ. Udine), Strange Encounters in 9th-Century Manuscripts.

Martina Pantarotto (Univ. eCampus, Novedrate), La collezione di libri d’ore Trivulzio e le modalità di allestimento di codici italiani con decorazione fiamminga nelle botteghe milanesi di fine secolo.

Adrian Papahagi (Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj), Qui scripsit scribat. Book Scribes in/from the Dioceses of Oradea and Transylvania in the Later Middle Ages.

Andrea Puglia (Univ. Pisa), Scrivere documenti e scrivere libri nella Toscana occidentale tra XI e XII secolo.

Elena E. Rodríguez Díaz (Univ. Huelva), La escritura humanística en los códices castellanos del siglo XV. Imitación, mestizaje gráfico y apropiación.

Maria Cristina Rossi (Univ. Pisa), Scritture di dotti nell’università del Duecento.

Juraj Šedivý (Comenius Univ. in Bratislava), Epigraphic Script in the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary. Its Interactions with the Script of Codicological and Diplomatic Materials and its Interregional Relations.

Maria Stieglecker (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften), With books in hands. Travelling books, scribes, and paper.

Dominique Stutzmann (Centre national de recherche scientifique – Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes), Les livres de chartes et leur écriture. Registres et cartulaires dans l’espace français (1300-1500).

Edina Zsupán (National Széchényi Library, Budapest), Letter style change – culture change: the emergence and establishment of humanistic writing in Hungary in the circles of Johannes Vitéz de Zredna.

 

 

 

 

 

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