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Mediaevalia

The Survival of Culture

Volume 26, Issue 2, 2005
Translation in the Middle Ages and Renaissance

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Marilyn Gaddis Rose Introduction: Translating to Share and Preserve
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Sandro Sticca Traduttore/Traditore: Convertere, Vertere, Transferre, Interpretari and Leonardo Brunps de Interpretatione Recta
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Raymond Cormier The Empire Re-Scripted or, When is a Translator Not a Traitor?: (12th. Century Scientific Translation as Illustrated in the Old French Roman D'Eneas)
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Alison Cornish When Illiterates Read: The Anxiety of Volgarizzamento
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Said Faiq Medieval Arabic Translation: A Cultural Consideration
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Julie Candler Hayes Translation's Temporal Rhetoric: Pierre du Ryer and Le Quinte-Curce de Vaugelas
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Robert Kendrick Lorenzo Valla's Translation Theory and the Latin Imperium
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Don A. Monson Andreas Capellanus and His Medieval Translators: The Definition of Love
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Katherine K, O'Sullivan John Lydgate's Lyf of Our Lady: Translation and Authority in Fifteenth-Century England
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Anne Paolucci How Many Have Been Deceived!
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Kelly Ramke Re-Writing Agency: The Masculinization of Marie de France's Lai de Lanval in Two Middle English "Translations"
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Sif Rikhardsdottir Bound by Culture: A Comparative Study of the Old French and Old Norse Versions of La Chanson de Roland
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Larry J. Swain Towards an Anglo-Saxon Theory of Translation
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Contributors' Vitae
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