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Latin Literary Traditions and Text-Typological Models

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Author(s): Thomas Haye
The Latin genres of the Middle Ages can be regarded as relatively open writing traditions, which were oriented around concrete pre-medieval models. Historically, these paradigms were effective, even t…
Date: 2016-08-09

Literary Production

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Author(s): Thomas Haye
Kinds of Production Latin literature can only be arranged text-typologically to a limited extent, according to its various types of production. The monasteries were primarily concerned with saints' lives…
Date: 2016-08-09

Reception

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Author(s): Thomas Haye
Reception in the Middle Ages Even within its own era, Middle Latin literature was not perceived as continuity. Due to its very limited transmission, Carolingian literature, especially poetry, was already h…
Date: 2016-08-09

Latin Literature

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Author(s): Thomas Haye
Object The Latin literature of the Middle Ages is a relatively arbitrary subject, defined by extraliterary criteria. In purely chronological terms, it is the sum of all Latin texts (poetry, artistic pr…
Date: 2016-08-09

Development through the Middle Ages

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Author(s): Thomas Haye
The Latin literature of the Middle Ages is divided into several sub-periods, which are often only loosely connected with one another. It should also be noted that literary developments often occurred …
Date: 2016-08-09

Latin Literature and its Relationship to the Vernacular

(257 words)

Author(s): Thomas Haye
Middle Latin literature existed in symbiosis with vernacular literatures in several areas (→vernacular literature). The manuscripts testify to this coexistence of languages: the vernaculars began thei…
Date: 2016-08-09

Latin

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Author(s): Thomas Haye
The Latin language used in the Middle Ages does not differ fundamentally from the Latinity of antiquity or that of the Renaissance and early modern period; it is primarily a chronologically defined se…
Date: 2016-08-09