archive-de.com » DE » M » MITTELALTERLICHE-GESCHICHTE.DE

Total: 215

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einführung in das Studium
    Christian culture Imperial Roman law of late antiquity as transmitted via the Justinian Code mixed in this process with the legal concepts of the Germanic peoples This can be seen for example in the melding of Latin and vernacular words It will suffice to mention a few well known manuscripts such as Leges Visigothorum a collection of Visigothic West Gothic laws the Leges Burgundionum the laws of the Burgundian kings Gundobad 480 516 and Sigismund 516 523 or the Lex Salica sal lord s house manor There are many problems associated with historical work on legal texts We will address only two of them in the following as regards a manuscript of the Sachsenspiegel Mirror of he Saxons Legal validity One central question in scholarship concerns the effectiveness of written laws This is just as unclear for early medieval law collections as for the legal corpus of the high and later Middle Ages Multiple redactions Most collections of law texts have been redacted many times in their history such that they are often known to us in varying versions of quite different size and were valid in different forms at different times On the manuscript The Sachsenspiegel is the oldest

    Original URL path: http://www.mittelalterliche-geschichte.de/work/mahist/sources/rechtsbuecher/englisch/rechtsb1.html (2016-02-14)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einführung in das Studium
    miracles or martyrdom of a saint His chapter is intended to set out specific aspects of this source genre via the example of the life of the Augsburg bishop Ulrich On the manuscript The Life of Ulrich survives in many manuscripts The text used here come from a manuscript that dates to the beginning of the 11th century at the monastery of St Quririnus on the Tergernsee Today it is

    Original URL path: http://www.mittelalterliche-geschichte.de/work/mahist/sources/viten/englisch/vit1.html (2016-02-14)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einführung in das Studium
    older German Literature Studies medieval German Studies Most of these texts share their origins in the rather charged transitional period between oral and written culture which made a strong impression on the form these texts took The performance of the piece had to be borne in mind by its writer which is why poetry so often displays characteristics of orality Although such poetry was mainly performed in song the great song manuscripts such as the Codex Manesse hardly contain any tunes at all The reasons for this are the subject of a scholarly debate see Holznagel Franz Josef Wege in die Schriftlichkeit Bibliotheka Germanica 32 Basel 1995 An excerpt from the Codex Manesse has been chosen as an example This deluxe manuscript was owned over the centuries by a number of important people e g the Electors Palatine at Heidelberg King Louis XIV of France before it ended up in the Heidelberg University Library where it has been digitalised and is catalogued under the signature Codex Palatinus Germanicus 848 Volldigitalisat The codex contains 426 sheets of parchment and more than 6 000 strophes of middle High German poetry from the period between 1160 and 1330 including works of Walther von

    Original URL path: http://www.mittelalterliche-geschichte.de/work/mahist/sources/dichtung/englisch/di1.html (2016-02-14)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einf
    Some of these will be presented in this chapter We shall use as a practical point of reference the manuscript of the Life of St Ulrich which we have already touched on When on January 31st a synod took place in the Lateran Palace in the presence of Pope John with the bishops and priests in the presence of the deacons and all the clergy the most venerable Liutold bishop of Augsburg stood up and said Lord most sacred Father if it please you and all the other bishops and priests assembled here let this little book that I am holding in my hands will be read out to you relating the life and miracles of the venerable Ulrich until recently bishop of the Holy Church in Augsburg This address comes from a copy of a papal bull dated 3rd February 993 in which the canonization of bishop Ulrich of Augsburg is supposed to have been confirmed in a charter by Pope John XV MGH SS IV p 378 note 12 trans A Gow This is the first known official canonization of a saint by a pope Even if the authenticity of the bull has not been decisively established the

    Original URL path: http://www.mittelalterliche-geschichte.de/work/mahist/index.php?id=42&lang=en&tpl=3 (2016-02-14)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einf
    used throughout the Middle Ages The spectrum of medieval issuers of charters reaches from the emperor to private persons Charters written proof of legal acts were used as a basic means of legitimating legal and political claims This specific function also produced over the course of the Middle Ages a large number of forged charters Hand in hand with this development people began to look for criteria that could be

    Original URL path: http://www.mittelalterliche-geschichte.de/work/mahist/index.php?id=51&lang=en&tpl=3 (2016-02-14)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einf
    or credibility had to have some form of authentication The signature is the current convention for authenticating a document but in the Middle Ages only the member of a few relatively small groups clerics professional scribes Jews some merchants were able to write so seals were the standard instrument of authentication 1 Seals and Sphragistics 2 Distinguishing Criteria 3 Images of Seals 4 Marginal Text on Seals 5 Material 6

    Original URL path: http://www.mittelalterliche-geschichte.de/work/mahist/index.php?id=59&lang=en&tpl=3 (2016-02-14)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einf
    in the context of broader historical processes Chronology the study of the foundations and use of time calculation analyses and describes various forms of dating as well as their differing application in various places and times Chronology thus allows scholars to interpret dates named in documents and other primary sources correctly but also to test their accuracy and sometimes even to correct them Chronological questions can crop up in historical

    Original URL path: http://www.mittelalterliche-geschichte.de/work/mahist/index.php?id=68&lang=en&tpl=3 (2016-02-14)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einf
    s On the other hand many manuscripts have not yet been edited and therefore generally lie untouched and unused in the archives Paleography is one of the foundational historical disciplines It provides he knowledge and methods that allow a scholar to describe and analyse handwritten sources in detail from the development of writing itself and systems of writing historical hands types of writing and their use as well as the

    Original URL path: http://www.mittelalterliche-geschichte.de/work/mahist/index.php?id=77&lang=en&tpl=3 (2016-02-14)
    Open archived version from archive



  •