Pravopis českých administrativních textů 14. a 15. století a jeho zachycení ve vybraných edicích

Title in English Orthography of the Czech Administration Texts from the 14th–15th Century and its Reflexion in Selected Editions

BROMOVÁ Veronika

Year of publication 2010
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Dějiny českého pravopisu (do r. 1902)/History of Czech Orthography (up to 1902)
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Field Linguistics
Keywords orthography of Czech charters; editions of Czech charters; 14th century; 15th century
Description The most editions of the medieval Czech diplomatic texts were prepared in the 19th century and in the first decades of the 20th century. Many of them are mainly intended to be used by historians, the language features are therefore not reflected as consequently as the topics. These factors naturally influence the reliability and usability of the edition for the linguistic research. Based on the comparison with the facsimilised originals, this paper focuses on an evaluation of these aspects and the approaches of the selected editors. Approximately twenty charters from 1395–1437 were illustratively analysed, as edited in the series Archiv český between 1840 and 1910 by F. Palacký and J. Kalousek, in Codex diplomaticus et epistolaris Moraviae between 1885 and 1903 by V. Brandl and B. Bretholz and finally in Listář a listinář Oldřicha z Rožmberka published in 1929 by B. Rynešová.
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