Pragmatic literacy, east and west, 1200-1330

edited by Richard Britnell

This pioneering collection of studies is concerned with the way in which increasing literacy interacted with the desire of thirteenth-century rulers to keep fuller records of their government's activities, and the manner in which this literacy could be used to safeguard or increase authority. In Europe the keeping of archives became an increasingly normal part of everyday administrative routines, and much has survived, owing to the prolonged preference for parchment rather than paper; in the Eastern civilisations material is more scarce. Papers discuss pragmatic literacy and record keeping in both West and East, through the medium of both literary and official texts. Dr RICHARD BRITNELL teaches in the Department of History at the University of Durham. Contributors: RICHARD BRITNELL, THOMAS BEHRMANN, MANUEL RIU, OLIVER GUYOTJEANNIN, GAeRARD SIVAeRY, MANFRED GROTEN, MICHAEL NORTH, MICHAEL PRESTWICH, PAUL HARVEY, GEOFFREY MARTIN, GEOFFREY BARROW, ROBERT SWANSON, NICHOLAS OIKONOMIDES, ELIZABETH ZACHARIADOU, I.H. SIDDIQUI, TIMOTHY BROOK, YOSHIYASU KAWANE

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  • Part 1 Latin Christendom: pragmatic literacy in Latin Christendom, Richard Britnell
  • the development of pragmatic literacy in the Lombard city communes, Thomas Behrmann
  • sources in local town archives for the legal, social and economic history of Catalonia, c 1220-1330, Manuel Riu
  • French manuscript sources 1250-1330, Oliver Guyotjeannin
  • non-literary sources in the B Series of the Archives Department of Lille for the period 1250-1330, Gerard Sivery
  • civic record-keeping in Cologne 1250-1330, Manfred Groten
  • the records of Luebeck and Hamburg, c 1250-1330, Michael North
  • English government records 1250-1330, Michael Prestwich
  • English estate records 1250-1330, Paul Harvey
  • English town records 1250-1330, Geoffrey Martin
  • the pattern of non-literary manuscript production and survival in Scotland 1250-1330, Geoffrey Barrow
  • universis Christi fidelibus - the Church and its records, Robert Swanson. Part 2 The rest of the world: pragmatic literacy beyond Latin Christendom, Richard Britnell
  • Byzantine archives of the Palaiologan period 1258-1453, Nicolas Oikonomides
  • records of the Turkish Anatolian states, c 1250-1330, Elizabeth Zachariadou
  • records of the sultanate of Delhi 1206-1330, Iqtidar Husain Siddiqui
  • records and record-keeping in Yuan China, Richard Britnell
  • native identity under alien rule - local gazetteers of the Yuan dynasty, Timothy Brook
  • the formalization of testimonials of valour in medieval Japan, Yoshiyasu Kawane.

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書名 Pragmatic literacy, east and west, 1200-1330
著作者等 Britnell, R. H.
International Congress of Historical Sciences
出版元 Boydell Press
刊行年月 1997
ページ数 viii, 264 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 0851156959
NCID BA30511895
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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