Diebold Lauber’s workshop in Hagenau produced hand-written illustrated texts in the first half of the 15th century. Up to now they have been studied mainly in relation to their serial production. They are thought to be “nicely painted” but with the wording largely copied with little consideration of its content. The studies in this collection are therefore concerned not only with the relationship between text and picture but primarily with the quality of the text and the editorial task of the “thoughtful scribe” which has as yet been very inadequately researched.
Christoph Fasbender, TU Chemnitz.
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The study originates from the Erlangen research project on word formation in the Middle High German language of documents from the 13th century. It examines in detail the noun derivation in the texts ...