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Title: The importance of conserving originality : the editing of neo-latin Baroque texts
Authors: Munro, Dane
Keywords: Inscriptions, Latin -- Editing
Latin language, Medieval and modern
Transcription -- Standards
Art, Baroque -- Malta -- Periodicals
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: University of Malta. International Institute for Baroque Studies
Citation: Munro, D. (2007, December). The importance of conserving originality : the editing of neo-latin Baroque texts. Baroque Routes Newsletter, 7, 7–10.
Abstract: Texts found on inscriptions and in archives contain a wealth of information for historians, archaeologists, philologists, linguists and other scholars and interested persons. Sooner or later, nearly everyone engaged in Baroque studies is confronted with inscribed texts on tombstones or manuscripts. Editors of such texts must render them in an intelligible manner and use a standard format, such as that established by the Leiden Convention of 1931.
Appears in Collections:Baroque Routes Newsletter, No.07, 2007

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