Le Livre du Roi Dancus
Author: Henry Martin-Dairvault
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Excerpt from Le Livre du Roi Dancus: Texte Francais Inedit du Xiiie Siecle, Suivi d'un Traite de Fauconnerie, Egalement Inedit, d'Apres Albert le Grand, Avec une Notice Et des Notes Jean de Franchieres, ou, comme il se nomme lui - meme Jehan de Fransieres, chevalier de l'ordre de l'ospital Saint - Jehan de Jherusalem, commandeur de Choisi en l'isle de France Jean de Franchieres semble avoir eu, lui aussi, con naissance da livre du roi Dancus. Il en parle comme d'un ouvrage que tout le monde devait connaitre de son temps. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
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These studies illustrate the various high and late medieval transformations of formal and formalized argument, from a broadly interdisciplinary perspective. They challenge today's dominant disciplinary approaches to what was and is still a pervasive mode of thought in the West. Many current treatments of medieval disputational texts have a narrow focus either on the history of scholasticism, rhetoric, and pedagogy, or the genesis and function of such period-specific forms of academic altercation as demonstrative, dialectic, or sophistic disputation, or the later quaestiones, quodlibeta, and sophismata. Moreover, scholarship in literature often ignores the parallel structures of academic argument and narrowly focuses on the narrative and aesthetic functions of debate poem.
Mémoire en Temps Advenir
Author: Théo Venckeleer, Peter Dewilde, Alex Vanneste
Publisher: Peeters Publishers
Ce volume collectif, en hommage a Theo Venckeleer, medieviste et specialiste de linguistique historique et de lexicologie du francais et de l'occitan, contient, outre une presentation de la personnalite et de l'oeuvre scientifique de Theo Venckeleer, une quarantaine d'articles, dus a des collegues belges, neerlandais, francais, anglais, italiens, et canadiens, et regroupes en quatre sections: "Litterature du Moyen Age et de la Renaissance," "Philologie: edition et etude de textes," "Linguistique diachronique: lexicologie et morphosyntaxe historiques, histoire de la langue, variabilite textuelle et contact de langues" et "Linguistique generale: lexicologie, syntaxe, semantique et pragmatique."
This collection of essays examines the various dynamic processes by which texts are preserved, transmitted, and modified in medieval multi-text codices, focusing on the meanings generated by new contexts and the possible reader experiences provoked by novel configurations and material presentation. Containing essays on text collections from many different European countries and in a wide range of medieval languages, this volume sheds new light on common trends and regional differences in the history of book production and reading practices.
The DEAF bibliography is the key to French medieval literature and pertaining research. It offers bibliographical data for all the sources cited in the DEAF, gives a qualitative characterisation of these sources, and provides the users with further-reaching information, e.g. the identification of the manuscripts, the dating and localisation of the texts and manuscripts, cross-references to the most important bibliographical handbooks, etc.