Thanks, a question and a reminder
- First off, a big "thank you" to Jenne/Jadwiga for her recent posts on
the new edition of the 'Deeds of the Princes of the Poles' and the
Dumbarton Oaks hagiography database on-line. Great stuff!
Secondly a question: the review of the 'Deeds' mentions two other
publications of source material by the Central European University
Press, specifically of the "Hungarian Chronicle" and of the
"Autobiography of Emperor Charles IV and his Legend of St. Wenceslas."
Does anyone have the full publication details of these please
(authors/editors, date, ISBN...)?
Thirdly, a reminder of the list's own modest resources, which might save
some people a trip to the library, if nothing else:
A list of publications containing primary source material translated
into English can be found here:
So far, the database lists 19 works (including the 'Deeds of the Princes
of the Poles'!) - obviously, any and all additions would be most
A list of links to primary source material translated into English and
available online can be found here:
So far, there are 7 links for sources translated out of Latin, and 20
for sources translated out of Russian. I'd be delighted to add more
sources (and more languages!), so do please let me know if you have
found something that's not on the lists.
Alastair Millar BSc(Hons) - http://www.skriptorium.info
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