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Althochdeutsches Wörterbuch. Handwörterbuch und Glossenindex

The task is the complete indexing and scientific processing of the Old High German vocabulary of all over-deliveries, with documentation of all variants and document locations, as basis for further philological research of vocabulary in literary history, linguistic and cultural history.

The document archive contains a quarter of a million glossy documents from 1250 manuscripts, one of which a…

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Averroes Latinus-Edition

Within the framework of the project, the works of Averroes (1126 - 1198) translated into Latin are to be critically edited. Averroes is Ibn Ruschd, an Arabic-speaking Hispanic Muslim who studied and edited the scientific literature of his time available to him. In particular, his commentaries on Aristotle were translated from Arabic into Latin (later also into Hebrew) from the first half of the…

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Bible Glossaries as Hidden Cultural Carriers. Judeo-French Cultural Exchange in the High Middle Ages

The Jewish diaspora in medieval northern France mastered Hebrew and Aramaic, since their main knowledge resources (Bible, Talmud, and Responsa literature) were written in these languages. However, Old French was their vernacular as it was for the Christian population. This medieval Judeo-French literacy is documented in various literary, scientific, and religious texts dating from the 11th to the…

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Burchards Dekret Digital. Arbeitsplattform zu Texterschließung und Wirkungsgeschichte früh- und hochmittelalterlicher Rechtskulturen

Ecclesiastical law had a lasting influence on Western and Central Europe until the 20th century and contributed fundamentally to the emergence of common European legal foundations. The ways in which these influences were transmitted are manifold and go back a long way. For it was not only since the 12th century - as is often claimed - that Europe developed into a unified area in many respects in…

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Deutsche Literatur des Mittelalters. Verfasserlexikon

The Verfasserlexikon represents a fundamental and encompassing work of reference on German literature of the Middle Ages as well as a selection of German, Latin writing authors of the period. It contains more than 5000 articles by numerous scholars from Germany and abroad, arranged alphabetically by author and anonymous work title.

All German-language authors and works from the beginning of…

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Deutsche Reichstagsakten, Jüngere Reihe (1532-1555)

The aim of this research project is to work on the Reichstage from 1532 - 1555, i.e. to index and record, edit and publish the relevant, widely scattered archive material, in order to make a source of central importance for the German and European history of the epoch of Emperor Charles V and the Reformation usable. In addition to its value for the study of general and political history, the…

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Deutsche Texte des Mittelalters

The editions of the German texts of the Middle Ages are compiled partly by staff of the Berlin office and partly by authors from all over the world. The current editions deal with medieval verse epics (Albrecht's Jüngerer Titurel), verse or prose chronicles (Christherre-Chronik, Weltchronik Heinrichs von München, Eisenacher Stadtchronik und Thüringische Landeschronik von Johannes Rothe),…

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Edition der naturwissenschaftlichen Schriften Lichtenbergs

The aim of the project is to produce a critical, annotated edition of the scientific writings of the Göttingen physicist and philosopher Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742 - 1799). Lichtenberg was one of the most respected experimental physicists of his time and was also active in many other scientific disciplines. His writings are highly significant testimonies and sources for the history of the…

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Edition der Urkunden Ludwigs des Frommen

One of the urgent desiderata of German, French and Italian medieval studies has long been to close the tangible gap that still exists in the diploma series of the Monumenta Germaniae Historica for the Carolingian period: the critical edition of the diplomas of Louis the Pious. For a reliable assessment of the history of the Carolingian Empire between the death of Charlemagne and the Treaty of…

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Etymologika. Ordnung und Interpretation des Wissens in griechisch-byzantinischen Lexika bis in die Renaissance. Digitale Erschließung von Manuskriptproduktion, Nutzerkreisen und kulturellem Umfeld

Greek etymological lexica ("Etymologika") are among the most important lexicographic achievements pertaining to the history of ancient and medieval knowledge in Europe. They continued to be produced, used and extended even into the Renaissance and the early modern period. The term used for these lexica is derived from Classical Antiquity’s philosophical and grammatical analysis of language in…

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Historischer Atlas von Sachsen

The Saxon Academy of Sciences in Leipzig took over the project initiated by the Saxon Commission for History in 1896 with the establishment of a office site in 1992. The "Atlas zur Geschichte und Landeskunde von Sachsen" is being produced in cooperation between the Academy, the Saxony State Surveying Office and the Dresden University of Applied Sciences (FH).

The atlas will be designed in terms…

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Jahresberichte für deutsche Geschichte

The task of the project is to compile the German and foreign-language new publications on all subject areas of German history on the basis of the autopsy principle as completely as possible and to make them accessible in form and content. The reporting period covers the period from the birth of Christ to the present day. It covers the entire range of scientific publications such as monographs,…

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Kommission für bayerische Landesgeschichte

The Commission for Bavarian Regional History at the Bavarian Academy of Sciences is a scientific institution for the study of the history of Old Bavaria, Franconia and Swabia. The Institute for Folklife Studies and the Svabian research site Augsburg are affiliated to the Commission. In the following you can inform yourself about the structure and activities of the commission and make use of its…

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Lexicon musicum Latinum

The Lexicon musicum Latinum medii aevi is a dictionary of the Latin musical language of the Middle Ages until the end of the 15th century. It opens up the extensive music theoretical literature of the Middle Ages, which forms a central source for understanding medieval culture and the development of our Western music. Supplementary studies and editions of medieval music treatises are presented in…

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Luther-Register

The writings of Martin Luther, collected in 70 volumes in the "Weimarer Ausgabe", represent the most important work of a German author before Goethe in terms of volume and weight. Their national and international impact reaches far beyond the history of church and theology into the general cultural and intellectual history. No writer before or after Luther has had a comparable influence on the…

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Quellen und Forschungen zur Sächsischen Geschichte

Currently, the main focus of the project is the political correspondence of the Duke and Elector Moritz of Saxony. Duke Moritz (1521 - 1553), first Albertine elector since 1547, was one of the most important imperial princes and politicians in the 16th century. The edition lays the foundations for further research into the history of the country and the empire. Numerous - often previously…

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Regesta Imperii. Quellen zur Reichsgeschichte

The aim of REGESTA IMPERII is to record all documented and historiographically documented activities of the Roman-German kings and emperors from the Carolingians up to Maximilian I. (approx. 751-1519) as well as of selected popes in the form of German “Regesten” (abstracts).

The starting point of the undertaking is strongly connected with the name of the Frankfurt municipal librarian Friedrich…

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Religionsgespräche des 16. Jahrhunderts

In the 16th century, especially in Germany, we come across the phenomenon of religious colloquy as a means of religous denominational and political debate. Until 1539 (Leipzig), this initially had the character of a scholarly and council disputation. Following the Augsburg Imperial Diet (1530), since 1540 we encounter imperial religious colloquy in Hagenau, Worms and Regensburg in 1540/41, in…

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