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Charter Bleg

16 July, 2008

Charter Bleg

Does anybody know if there is a QAD list of charter terms and their equivalents in different languages online somewhere? I’ve checked the ORB, and there isn’t anything I could find. Mostly, it’s trying to figure out if words that look like technical terms in German are in fact technical terms, so, for example, I am assuming that the Eschatokoll is the technical term for the closing formula, maybe … but does that mean that, in a similar context, the Protokoll is the opening formula?

I did not sign up to be a charter historian!!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. 16 July, 2008 11:55 pm

    Ce qu’il y a de mieux, avec toutes les traductions qu’il faut, mais pas en ligne (partiellement sur googlebooks): Maria Milagros Cárcel Ortí (ed.), Vocabulaire international de la diplomatique [Commission internationale de diplomatique. Comité international des sciences historiques], Valencia, Universitat de Valencia, 1a edición, 1994; 2a edición, corregida, 1997.

  2. 16 July, 2008 11:57 pm

    sorry, I forgot to identify myself: zid, from Medievizmes,

  3. 17 July, 2008 10:32 am


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