Article published in:
Latin Grammars in Transition, 1200 - 1600
Edited by Anneli Luhtala and Mark E. Amsler
[Historiographia Linguistica 44:2/3] 2017
► pp. 255277
References

References

A.Primary sources

Alexander de Villa-Dei
. Das Doctrinale des Alexander de Villa-Dei. Kritisch-exegetische Ausgabe by Dietrich Reichling. (= Monumenta Germaniae Pedagogica, 12.) Berlin: A. Hofmann 1893 (Repr., New York: Burt Franklin 1974.)Google Scholar
Anima quae pars
Ed. by Don Chapman. “Anima quae pars’: A Tenth-Century Parsing Grammar”. The Journal of Medieval Latin 12.180–204 (2002). CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Beatus quid est
Ed. by Martha Bayless. “Beatus quid est and the Study of Grammar in Late Anglo-Saxon England”. History of Linguistic Thought in the Early Middle Ages ed. by Vivien Law, 67–110. (= Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 71.) Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins 1993. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Pseudo-Beda
. Cunabula grammaticae artis Donati. (= PL, 90), 613–632 C. Paris 1850.Google Scholar
Donatus, Aelius
. Ars minor, Ars maior Ed. by Louis Holtz. Donat et la traditon de l’enseignement grammatical: Étude sur l’Ars Donati et sa diffusion (IVe–IXe siècle) et édition critique. Paris: CNRS 1981.Google Scholar
Donatus, Fundamentum, Regulae. Tre Latinske Grammatikker. Donatus, Fundamentum, Regulae
Ed. by Jan Pinborg & Erik Dal. Copenhagen: Munksgaard 1979.Google Scholar
Evrard of Béthune
. Eberhardi Bethuniensis Graecismus Ed. by Johann Wrobel. Breslau: G. Koebner 1887.Google Scholar
GL = Grammatici Latini
Ed. by Heinrich Keil. 8 vols. Leipzig: B. G. Teubner, 1855–1880. (Repr., Hildesheim: Georg Olms 1981.)Google Scholar
Grammatici Latini supplementum. Anecdota Helvetica quae ad grammaticam Latinam spectant ex bibliothecis Turicensi Einsidlensi Bernensi
Ed. by Hermann Hagen. Leipzig: B. G. Teubner 1870.Google Scholar
Julian of Toledo
. Ars Iuliani Toletani Episcopi: Una gramática latina de la España visigoda Ed. by Maria Maestre Yenes. (= Publicaciones del Instituto provincial de investigaciones y estudios Toledano, Serie 2: Vestigios del pasado, 5). Toledo: Instituto provincial de investigaciones y estudios Toledano 1973.Google Scholar
Magister quae pars
Ed. by E. Klug. De florilegiis codicis Monacensis 6292 et codicis Trevirensis 1092. Greifswald: Doctoral dissertation 1913.Google Scholar
Magnus quae uox
Ed. by Jee Yeon Jang. A critical edition of Magnus quae uox? with introduction, commentary and translation. Ph.D. thesis. University of Cambridge 2003.Google Scholar
Papias
. Ars Grammatica Ed. by Roberta Cervani. Bologna: Pàtron Editore 1998.Google Scholar
Paolo Camaldolese
. Il Donatus di Paolo Camaldolese Ed. by Vito Sivo. Spoleto: Centro Italiano di studi sull’alto medioevo 1990.Google Scholar
[ p. 274 ]
Peter Helias
. Summa super Priscianum Ed. by Leo Reilly. 2 vols. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies 1993.Google Scholar
Peter of Pisa
. Ars grammatica Ed. by Michael Gorman & Elke Krotz. Grammatical Works Attributed to Peter of Pisa, Charlemagne’s Tutor. (= Bibliotheca Weidmanniana, 16.) Hildesheim: Olms-Weidmann 2014.Google Scholar
Grammatica Ed. by Anneli Luhtala & Anna Reinikka Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis Brepols forthcoming
PL = Patrologiae (latinae) cursus completus
. 221 vols. Paris: J.-P. Migne 1844–64.Google Scholar
Priscian
Prisciani Grammatici Caesariensis Institutionum Grammaticarum libri XVIII Ed. by Martin Hertz GL II III
. Prisciani Caesariensis Opuscula II. Institutio de nomine et pronomine et uerbo; Partitiones duodecim uersuum Aeneidos principalium Ed. by Marina Passalacqua. (= Sussidi eruditi, 48.) Roma: Edizioni di storia e letteratura 1999.Google Scholar
Remigius, Schleswig 1486
. See Pinborg ed. 1982a.Google Scholar

B.Secondary sources

Black, Robert D.
1996 “ ‘Ianua’ and Elementary Education in Italy and Northern Europe in the Later Middle Ages”. Italia ed Europa nella linguistica del Rinascimento I: L’Italia e il mondo romanzo ed. by Mirko Tavoni et al., 5–22. Modena: Panini.Google Scholar
2001Humanism and Education in Medieval and Renaissance Italy: Tradition and innovation in Latin schools from the twelfth to the fifteenth century, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bursill-Hall, Geoffrey L[eslie]
1977 “Teaching Grammars of the Middle Ages”. Historiographia Lingsuistica 4.1–29. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bursill-Hall, Geoffrey L.
1981aA Census of Medieval Latin Grammatical Manuscripts. Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: Frommann-Holzboog.Google Scholar
1981b “Medieval Donatus Commentaries”. Historiographia Linguistica 8:1.69–95. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
CIMAGL = Cahiers de l’institut du Moyen-Age grec et latin
. Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen 1969– .WWW​.CIMAGL​.dk since 2010.
Colombo Timelli, Maria
1997 “Manuels français de syntaxe latine du XVe siècle: Répertoire et typologie”. Histoire Épistemologie Langage 19:2.133–153. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Copeland, Rita & Ineke Sluiter
2009Medieval Grammar and Rhetoric: Language arts and literary theory, AD 300–1475. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Droz, Eugénie
1964 “Les ‘Regule’ de Remigius, Münster en Westphalie, 1486”. Studi di bibliografia in onore di Tammaro de Marinis ed. by Romeo De Maio, 265–280. Verona: G. Mardersteig.Google Scholar
Fredborg, Karin Margareta
1973 “The Dependence of Petrus Helias’ Summa super Priscianum on William of Conches’ Glose super Priscianum ”. CIMAGL 11.1–57.Google Scholar
1988 “Speculative Grammar”. A History of Twelfth-Century Western Philosophy ed. by Peter Dronke, 177–195. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Glück, Manfred
1967Priscians Partitiones und ihre Stellung in der spätantiken Schule. Hildesheim: Georg Olms.Google Scholar
Jeudy, Colette & Yves Riou
1989Les manuscrits classiques latins des bibliothèques publiques de France. I: Agen-Évreux. Paris: CNRS.Google Scholar
Kaster, Robert A.
1988Guardians of Language: The grammarian and society in late antiquity. Berkeley, Cal.: University of California Press.Google Scholar
[ p. 275 ]
Kelly, Louis G[erard
] 2002The Mirror of Grammar: Theology, Philosophy, and the Modistae. (= Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 101). Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kneepkens, Corneille Henri
1978 “Master Guido and his View on Government: On twelfth century linguistic thought”. Vivarium 16.108–141. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
. “Scholasticism versus Humanism: A conflict of interests? Late fifteenth-century reflections on grammar in northwestern Europe”. Language and Cultural Change: Aspects of the study and use of language in the Later Middle Ages and the Renaissance ed. by Lodi Nauta, 23–58. Leuven-Paris-Dudley: Peeters 2006.Google Scholar
Law, Vivien
1982The Insular Latin Grammarians. Woodbridge: Boydell Press.Google Scholar
1986 “Grammatica normativa nel XIII sec.” Aspetti della letteratura latina nel secolo XIII ed. by Claudio Leonardi & Giovanni Orlandi, 125–145. Firenze: La Nuova Italia.Google Scholar
2000 “Memory and the Structure of Grammars in Antiquity and the Middle Ages”. Manuscripts and Tradition of Grammatical Texts from Antiquity to the Renaissance I ed. by Mario De Nonno et al., 9–58. Cassino: Università degli studi di Cassino.Google Scholar
2003The History of Linguistics in Europe from Plato to 1600. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Luhtala, Anneli
1993 “Syntax and Dialectic in Carolingian Commentaries on Priscian’s Institutiones grammaticae .” History of Linguistic Thought in the Early Middle Ages ed by Vivien Law (= Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 71), 145–191. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2000 “Excerpta da Prisciano, Diomede e Pompeo compilati da Pietro da Pisa nel codice Bruxell. II 2572”. Manuscripts and Tradition of Grammatical Texts from Antiquity to the Renaissance I ed. by Mario De Nonno et al., 327–350. Cassino: Università degli studi di Cassino.Google Scholar
2013 “Pedagogical Grammars before the Eighteenth Century”. The Oxford Handbook of the History of Linguistics ed. by Keith Allan, 341–358. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Molinier, A.
1890Catalogue des manuscrits de la bibliothèque Mazarine III. Paris: E. Plon.Google Scholar
Passalacqua, Marina
1978I codici di Prisciano. Roma: Edizioni di storia e letteratura.Google Scholar
1997 “Le Partitiones di Prisciano nella tradizione medievale e umanistica”. MOUSA: Scritti in onore di Giuseppe Morelli ed. by Giovanni Cupaiuolo, 371–380. Bologna: Pàtron.Google Scholar
Pinborg, Jan
1982a, ed. Remigius, Schleswig 1486, A Latin Grammar in Facsimile Edition with a Postscript. (= Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab Historisk-filosofiske Meddelelser, 50.4.) Copenhagen: Einar Munksgaard 1982.Google Scholar
1982b “Speculative Grammar”. The Cambridge History of Later Medieval Philosophy: From the rediscovery of Aristotle to the disintegration of scholasticism 1100–1600 ed. by Norman Kretzmann et al., 254–270. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Robins, Robert H[enry
] 1993The Byzantine Grammarians: Trends in linguistics. (= Studies and Monographs, 70.) Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rosier-Catach, Irène
1994 “L’introduction des notions de sujet et de prédicat dans la grammaire médiévale”. Archives et documents de la SHESL 10.81–119.Google Scholar
2010 “Grammar”. Cambridge History of Medieval Philosophy II ed. by Robert Pasnau & Christina Van Dyke, 196–216. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Sabbadini, Remigio
1896 “La scuola e gli studi di Guarino Guarini Veronese”. Catania: Galati.Google Scholar
[ p. 276 ]
Thomson, David
1984An Edition of the Middle English Grammatical Texts. New York & London: Garland.Google Scholar
Schmitt, Wolfgang
1969 “Die Ianua (Donatus): Ein Beitrag zur lateinischen Schulgrammatik des Mittelalters und der Renaissance”. Beiträge zur Inkunabelkunde 4.43–80.Google Scholar
Sivo, Vito
2008 “Paolo Camaldolese tra grammatica e retorica”. Schede medievali 46.43–82.Google Scholar
Thurot, Charles
1869Notices et extraits de divers manuscrits latins pour servir à l’histoire des doctrins grammaticales au moyen âge. Paris: Imprimerie impériale.Google Scholar
Töns, Ulrich
2008 “ ‘Fundamentum scholarium’. Die Grammatik des Johannes Kerckmeister (1486) als Zeugnis des Humanismus in Münster”. Frühmittelalterliche Studien 42.329–397.Google Scholar
[ p. 277 ]
Cited by

Cited by 2 other publications

Luhtala, Anneli
2020.  In The History of Grammar in Foreign Language Teaching, Crossref logo
Moul, Victoria
2020.  In The History of Grammar in Foreign Language Teaching, Crossref logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 27 october 2021. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.