Glossaries and Other Innovations in Carolingian Book Production

Carolingian book production needs to be understood within the context of the communication of knowledge, the transmission of ideas across time and space and the consequent formation of what can be described as a cultural map in Europe. Rosamond Deborah McKitterick, Professor of Medieval History and Director of Research, Faculty of History at the University of Cambridge discusses Glossaries and Other Innovations in Carolingian Book Production in Turning over a new leaf: Change and development in the medieval manuscript, Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture.

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