Cartularium

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Cartularium[1] nominis sive copiarium[2] vel etiam diplomatarium[3] est fons scientiae historicae, quod exempla syngrapharum medii aevi vel aevi moderni incipientis amplectitur. Cartularium antiquissimum, quod exstat, saeculo 9 Rhenaniae conscriptum est. Cartularia usque ad saeculum 18 confecta sunt.[4]

Origo finisque[recensere | fontem recensere]

Cartularium ab illo, qui syngraphas accepit, confectum est, ne exemplaria prima (ut puta usu frequenti) aliquid detrimenti caperent vel iniuriis temporum interirent. Praeterea brevis synopsis administrationem adiuvit. Cartularia saepe et a notariis fide confirmata sunt.

Quaedam cartularia edita[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Otto Meyer, Renate Klauser (ed. 1962). Clavis mediaevalis: Kleines Wörterbuch der Mittelalterforschung. Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden.
  • Tucker, Joanna (2020). Reading and shaping medieval cartularies: Multi-scribe manuscripts and their patterns of growth. a study of the earliest cartularies of Glasgow Cathedral and Lindores Abbey. Studies in Celtic history, 41. Woodbridge.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. ad attestationem verbi vide: vox Chartular
  2. ibidem
  3. ibidem
  4. Joanna Tucker (2020). Reading and shaping medieval cartularies. Multi-scribe manuscripts and their patterns of growth. a study of the earliest cartularies of Glasgow Cathedral and Lindores Abbey (Studies in Celtic history, 41). Woodbridge, p. 1-12
  5. Francisco MIquel Rosell (1945). Liber feudorum maior. cartulario real que se conserva en el Archivo de la Corona de Aragón, 2 vol. Barcelona.
  6. Reiner Nolden (1997). Das Goldene Buch von Prüm (Liber aureus Prumiensis). Faksmile, Übersetzung der Urkunden. Prüm 1997.
  7. Josef Dolle (2014). Das Rechnungs- und Kopialbuch der Kirche St. Jakobi in Göttingen 1416 - 1603. Einführung und Edition (Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Historische Landesforschung der Universität Göttingen, 59). Biliveldae.
  8. Jill Redford (2018). The Cartulary of Alvingham Priory (Kathleen Major series of medieval records, 2). Woodbridge.
  9. Christina Gastgeber /Otto Kresten (2015). Das Chartular des Paulos-Klosters am Berge Latros. Kritische Edition, Übersetzung, Kommentar und Indices (Wiener byzantinistische Studien, 30). Vindobonae
  10. Uwe Ohainski (2011). Urkundenbuch des Augustinerchorfrauenstiftes Dorstadt (Quellen und Forschungen zur braunschweigischen Geschichte, 47). Hannoverae.
  11. Theodore Evergates (2015). Littere Baronum. The Earliest Cartulary of the Counts of Champagne. Toronti.