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    • Document type
      Review (monograph)
      Journal
      Francia-Recensio
      Author (Review)
      • Barbet-Massin, Dominique
      Language (Review)
      Français
      Language (Monograph)
      English, Latin
      Author (Monograph)
      • Warntjes, Immo
      Title
      The Munich Computus. Text and Translation
      Subtitle
      Irish Computistics Between Isidore of Seville and the Venerable Bede and its Reception in Carolingian Times
      Year of publication
      2010
      Place of publication
      Stuttgart
      Publisher
      Franz Steiner
      Series
      Sudhoffs Archiv. Zeitschrift für Wissenschaftsgeschichte. Beihefte
      Series (vol.)
      59
      Number of pages
      CCXXII, 402
      ISBN
      978-3-515-09701-7
      Subject classification
      History of education, Auxiliary sciences of history, Historiography
      Time classification
      Middle Ages → 6th - 12th century
      Regional classification
      Europe → Western Europe → Ireland
      Subject headings
      Münchener Computus <Computus Hibernicus)> / Kommentierte Ausgabe
      Münchener Computus <Computus Hibernicus)> / Übersetzung
      Handschrift
      Chronologie
      Quelle
      Original source URL
      http://www.perspectivia.net/content/publikationen/francia/francia-recensio/2013-2/MA/warntjes_barbet
      recensio.net-ID
      0d757e4096a84cbeaa1397abdf3e7948
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Immo Warntjes: The Munich Computus. Text and Translation. Irish Computistics Between Isidore of Seville and the Venerable Bede and its Reception in Carolingian Times (reviewed by Dominique Barbet-Massin)