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Revised medieval Latin word list from British and Irish sources.

R. E. Latham

Revised medieval Latin word list from British and Irish sources.

by R. E. Latham

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Published by Oxford University Press in London .
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Medieval Latin Word-List from British and Irish Sources Editor: J H Baxter and Charles Johnson hbk (, reprinted in , , , , , out of print) Revised Medieval Latin Word-List from British and Irish Sources Editor: R E Latham.   Revised Medieval Latin word-list from British and Irish sources. by R. E. Latham.

on Medieval Latin studies () There have been few publications dealing primarily with Medieva l Latin as a language, apart from the Revised Word-List of Medieval Latin from British and Irish Sources (Oxford U.P. , xxiii + pp.), edited for the British Academy by R. E. Latham. This contains about twice as much material as Baxter and. Use Revised Latin Word-List from British and Irish Sources, Main, PA L3 for parts of the alphabet not yet finished. Dictionary of Old English, Main, PE D53 and Microforms PE D53 (4 fiche) and Microcopy Guides PE D53

R.E. Latham, Revised Medieval Latin Word-list (Oxford University Press for the British Academy, ) Hilary Marshall, Palaeography for Family and Local Historians (Phillimore, ) Alex Rumble, ed., Domesday Book (Phillimore, ) Denis Stuart, Latin for Local and Family Historians (Phillimore, ). The two best one-volume reference works are J.F. Niermeyer, Mediae Latinitatis Lexicon Minus and R.E. Latham, Revised Medieval Latin Word‑List from British and Irish Sources. The vast Thesaurus Linguae Latinae has the best claim to OED-like completeness.


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Based on Medieval Latin word-list from British and Irish sources / edited by J.H. Baxter and C. Johnson, first published in. The original Medieval Latin Word-List from British and Irish Sources first published in was superseded by the Revised Word-List in (which was reissued with a supplement in ).

Like the Dictionary it has been published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press. The Revised Word-List is a one-volume list of British and Irish Medieval Latin words and meanings not found in Classical Latin.

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Published by Published for the British Academy by the Oxford University Press, London (). The "Revised Medieval Latin Word List" by R.E. Latham is an excellent reference work for students of British and Irish medieval history. Latin was the lingua franca of the medieval period, used in government, by the church, by scholars and chroniclers alike, meaning that the majority of our sources are written in the s: 5.

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Revised Medieval Latin Word-List from British and Irish Sources (British Academy) R. Latham, committee appointed by the British Academy This reference work of medieval Latin words has been prepared under the direction of a committee appointed by the British Academy.

Based on Medieval Latin word-list from British and Irish sources, edited by J.H. Baxter and C. Johnson, originally published in Description: xxiii, pages ; 26 cm: Responsibility: Prepared by R.E.

Latham under the direction of a committee appointed by the British Academy. More information: French equivalent / Équivalent français. By the Academy felt that they could usefully publish the first fruits of the project, which appeared in as the Medieval Latin Word-List from British and Irish Sources, prepared by J.

Baxter and Charles Johnson. A Revised Word-List prepared by Ronald Latham appeared in Print publication historyPublisher: Oxford University Press for the British.

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for the British Academy, xxiii + pp., taking the place of the Baxter-Johnson Word-List. Some users may be surprised to find Celtic words like duna and English words like eldefader in a Latin word-list, but it is surely better that they.