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Das Engelhusvokabular. Lexikographie, Diktat und Lateinunterricht im Spätmittelalter

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How was Latin taught and learned in the late Middle Ages? This thesis provides an evidence-based answer by contrasting the intended purpose and actual use of a dictated dictionary. The two manuscripts on which the analysis is based transmit the so-called Engelhusvokabular, a fifteenth-century alphabetical list of rare Latin and Greek terms and their Middle Low German equivalents. The thesis both utilises and facilitates interdisciplinary research on late-medieval (school-)lexicography, pal...

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St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford
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Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages
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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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