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Documents in Latin language from the 15th century in the Collectaneum of Bartoli, vol. I-II (Collectanea Bartoliana I-II)


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Galović, Tomislav. (2017). Documents in Latin language from the 15th century in the Collectaneum of Bartoli, vol. I-II (Collectanea Bartoliana I-II). Diploma Thesis. Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Department of Classical Philology. [mentor Jovanović, Neven].

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A two-volume collective manuscript called annals or chronicle of the monastery is kept in the archives of the monastery of Franciscan tertiaries in the town of Krk. Its author is Friar Conventual Felix Maria Bartoli (Italian Felice Maria Bartoli, 1679 – 1744). Among the scholars the manuscript has been named after its creator: Bartoli manuscript – Collectanea Bartoliana, or with its full name Cattastico documentato del monastero di Veglia dei Min. Conv. dal 1284. al 1781. The two-volume manuscript was written on paper in Latin and Italian language and bound in vellum. It was composed from 1740 till 1743 in the town of Krk and contains documents from 1284 up to the beginning of the 17th century, arranged not chronologically, but in the order in which they have come to the attention of the collector. On the margins, next to each document, it is indicated in short what it's about as an aid for the future users of this manuscript. The second volume of the Bartoli manuscript (Bartoli II), i.e. the original Bartoli's part – everything he managed to copy by 1743 – and its later continuation, has documents dating from 1300 till 1813. In it there are also records in Croatian language and Glagolitic script. Because of its content the Bartoli manuscript – Collectanea Bartoliana (vol. I-II) deserves special attention by scholars and researchers as a valuable source for the medieval and early modern history of the town and island of Krk. It should be accordingly approached and, eventually, published as an integral diplomatic collective monument. The present paper gives a diplomatic-historical description of the documents from the 15th century written in Latin language giving indications of their content and pointing out some of their language specifics and features.

Item Type: Diploma Thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords: Felix Maria Bartoli (1679 – 1744), Collectaneum of Bartoli /vol. I-II/ (Collectanea Bartoliana I-II), documents, 15th century, Latin language
Subjects: Classical philology > Latin language and Roman literature
Classical philology > Neo-Latin language and literature
Departments: Department of Classical Philology
Supervisor: Jovanović, Neven
Date Deposited: 17 Nov 2017 13:34
Last Modified: 17 Nov 2017 13:34

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