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The charters of the monastery of Cluny

From Rotulus to data bank - The evangeliarium of Helmarshausen (circa 1120-1140), slightly modernized
From Rotulus to data bank
The evangeliarium of Helmarshausen
(circa 1120-1140),
slightly modernized

Nearly 70,000 names of persons mentioned in the edition (ed. by Bernard and Bruel) of the 5,500 charters of the monastery of Cluny (10th - 13th century) are now available in a data base with further informations concerning their offices, their activities, and their parental relationship. An index of all place names (approximately 17,000) and their identification, as well as a subject index are being prepared.

This work is carried out as an interdisciplinary project with the "Centre Georges Chevrier" of the Law Faculty of the University of Burgundy (Dijon).

The identification of the names of Spanish individuals and places in Cluniac documents is being done with in collaboration with the University of Valladolid.

The publication of a multivolume index of the names of individuals and places, as well as of specific terms from the edition, is planned.

Funded by the "German Society for the Advancement of Research in the Arts and Sciences" (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) [DFG] and the "German Academic Exchange Service" (="Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst") [DAAD] (PROCOPE, Acciones integradas)

CCE:   cartae   cluniacenses   electronicae

Co-operation with the Zentrum für Textedition und Kommentierung (ZETEK)

Staff involved:

Maria Hillebrandt, Franz Neiske, Joachim Wollasch, Michel Petitjean (Directeur du Centre Georges Chevrier, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon), Pascual Martínez Sopena (Universídad de Valladolid), Julia Montenegro Valentin (Universídad de Valladolid), Carlos Manuel Reglero de la Fuente (Universídad de Valladolid)

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