Author: Dominik

IMC Leeds 2019

IMC Leeds 2019

Bibliotheca legum staff members Daniela Schulz and Dominik Trump will be giving papers at this year's International Medieval Congress (IMC) in Leeds. Daniela Schulz will talk about the manuscript Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 97 Weiss. in her lecture "Modelling Materiality: Representing a Manuscript's Material Features Using CIDOC CRM". Dominik Trump speaks on Wednesday, July 3, in session 1308 about "Roman Law in Use: The Case of Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 852".
5 (6) years Bibliotheca legum – New publication on the occasion of the anniversary

5 (6) years Bibliotheca legum – New publication on the occasion of the anniversary

In 2017, the Bibliotheca legum celebrated its fifth anniversary! Since anniversaries are always a reason to reflect on the past, the Bibliotheca team did the same and recalled the genesis and development of the project. We also gave some thought to the future prospects of the Bibliotheca. The result is an article in the German “Zeitschrift für digitale Geisteswissenschaften”, which you can find here: http://www.zfdg.de/2018_006.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those involved and supporting the Bibliotheca legum!

News

News

The Bibliotheca legum has added the Lex Visigothorum fragment Strasbourg, Archives départementales du Bas-Rhin, 151 J 50 as the 326th manuscript. Furthermore, digital facsimiles have been added to the manuscripts which are now in Munich, Paris and the Vatican. In addition, the bibliography has been updated: here you will find all editions and literature mentioned on the pages of the Bibliotheca legum in one place. More than 400 entries have been collected. The literature on the individual leges and manuscripts is updated continuously and digital facsimiles are added.

 

Lex Alamannorum and Isaac of Langres

Lex Alamannorum and Isaac of Langres

As the 325th manuscript of the Bibliotheca legum, it was possible to include Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 3877. The main content of the manuscript are the capitula of Isaac of Langres, followed by various canonical excerpts. At the end of the codex, various other legal texts follow, including title 19 of the Lex Alamannorum, which was previously unknown. Semih Heinen has studied the Parisian manuscript for the project “Edition of the Frankish Capitularies” and discovered the title. You can find his blog post here.