Religious Cross-Currents at the End of the Middle Ages: Remarks on the Textual Transmission of Nicholas of Dresden's Tabule Veteris et Novi Coloris.
|Type||Chapter of a book|
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|Description||The study analyses a Latin text written by Nicholas of Dresden around 1412 and examines its later vernacular versions, the intricate structure of the text as well as its visual adaptations. It brings fresh insights into the antithetical material employed by the representatives of the Czech Reformation in the 15th century and contributes to more general problem of communication in the Late Middle Ages.|