2 edition of Otto von Diemeringen"s German translation of Mandeville"s Travels. found in the catalog.
Otto von Diemeringen"s German translation of Mandeville"s Travels.
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Jean de Mandevilles "Reisen": Studien zur Überlieferungsgeschichte der deutschen Übersetzung des Otto von Diemeringen Series: Münchener Texte und Untersuchungen zur deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters, Bd.
Edition/Format: Print book: GermanView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet Travel, Medieval. Diemeringen, Otto. Itinerarius, German translation by Otto von Diemeringen. Strasbourg: Johann Prüss, Seventh German edition. Apocryphal or not, Mandeville’s Travels around the Arabian peninsula, Palestine, India, Tibet, China, Egypt etc.
set the stage for all published travel literature. Sammelband. The primary source for the first part of the Book (travel to and around Jerusalem) is the Liber de Quibusdam Ultramarinis Partibus (a.k.a. the Itinerarius) by the German Dominican William of Boldensele, whereas that for the second part (travel farther east) is Friar Odoric of Pordenone’s Itinerarius, which tells of the Franciscan’s missionary experiences in China and India.
12 Portions of. They represent various genres of literature: 1) Herzog Ernst B of the 13th century and Herzog Ernst F of the 15th century; 2) two translations into German of the travellers tale by Marco Polo (the 14th and 15th centuries) and 3) two books of travels by Mandeville translated into German by Michel Velser () and by Otto von Diemeringen (before ).
The two German translations by the two translators Michel Velser and Otto von Diemeringen were created in the last quarter of the fourteenth century.
Velser presumably belonged to the southern Tyrolean family of the nobles of Vels. The most popular German prose Alexander-book of the late Middle Ages was intended as a ‘mirror of princes’. Guido de Columna, (Historia destructionis Troiae, in German) Ein hübsche histori von der künngclichenn stat troy.
Jean de Mandeville, Reisen. Reprint der Erstdrucke der deutschen Übersetzungen des Michel Velser (Augsburg, bei Anton Sorg, ) und des Otto von Diemeringen (Basel, bei Bernhard Richel, /81), hrsg. und mit einer Einleitung versehen von Ernst Bremer und Klaus Ridder, Hildesheim HS Rare Books.
Votre recherche: (Oxford DNB). According to Cordier the first edition in type was the German version of Otto von Diemeringen, printed probably at Basle aboutbut it is thought that there could have been an earlier edition in Dutch at least as early as ), and it remains one of the most important.
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They represent various genres of literature: 1) Herzog Ernst B of the 13th century and Herzog Ernst F of the 15th century; 2) two translations into German of the travellers tale by Marco Polo (the 14th and 15th centuries) and 3) two books of travels by Mandeville translated into German by Michel Velser () and by Otto von Diemeringen (before Author: Natalia Velez.
The book decoration consists of numerous red and blue Lombard initials. Inthe volume was owned by Luzius Rinck von Baldenstein (p. ), brother-in-law of Prince-Abbot Diethelm-Blarer () of St. Gall; at the latest by the 17th century, the volume became part of the holdings of the monastery library of St.
Gall (p. [Itinerarium] Questo sie el Libro Iohanne de Mandavilla. According to Cordier the first edition in type was the German version of Otto von Diemeringen, printed probably at Basle aboutbut it is thought that there could have been an earlier edition in Dutch at least as early as The origins of Mandeville’s book of travels.
Sentences by mystics and other spiritual texts (pp. 77−, pp. −), excerpts from the work Die 24 Alten des Otto von Passau (pp. −), and German language hymns, songs and prayers (pp. −; pp. −), among them a German version of. The phonetic symbols would be like the scaffolding of a house.
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Jehan de Mandeville (John Mandeville or John of Mandeville) is the name claimed by the (unknown) compiler of a book of (supposed) travels. The book, written in Anglo-Norman French, was compiled between and and covers travels to the Holy Land.
: Jean de Mandevilles "Les voyages d'outre mer": Quellen und literarische Leistung (German Edition) (): Theodorou, Anna: Books. MANDEVILLE, Sir JOHN, was the ostensible author of the book of travels bearing his name and composed soon after the middle of the fourteenth century.
The earliest known manuscript (Paris, Bibl. Nat. nouv. acq. franç.late Ashburnham MS. Barrois xxiv.) is datedand is in French; and from internal evidence it is clear that the English, Latin, and other texts are all derived.
New questions in German 35 minutes ago Germany passed through _________ wars (–70) before Prussian leader Otto von Bismarck finally united the country into a powerful, industrialized na tion. A. 2 .The converse process, translation from German into I o34 Reviews.
MLR,Klaus Ridder's study of Otto von Diemeringen's German version of Mandeville's Travels is likewise warmly to be welcomed as a major contribution to study of one of the most famous travel books of all time. Mandeville's Travels, originally written in French.By contrast, Odoric’s travels enjoyed an astounding success: more than manuscripts survive, with translations into French, German, Italian, and Latin.
And with Odoric travelled the Tibetan funerary birds, and from this success, the birds assumed even more popularity, as his account of “Tibet” or “Ryboth” found itself incorporated, as you might have expected, into the Book of John Mandeville.