By F. J. E. RABY N my note on 'Medieval Latin Studies' for 1932, I referred I to the Medieval Latin Word-List then in course of prepara tion under the direction of a Committee appointed by the British Academy. This list has now been published, and it contains all Latin words (from British and Irish sources) of which examples had been collected by the Medieval Latin Dictionary Committee by the end of 1932 which are either themselves not classical or, though classical, are used with altered meanings. The pre-Conquest material is fairly complete, and enough from the later period has been collected to make this instalment of the eventual Dictionary a most valuable work of reference. The list was prepared by Professor J. H. Baxter and Mr Charles Johnson with the assistance of Dr Phyllis Abrahams. It has been admirably printed by the Oxford University Press (Humphrey Milford, price 10s. 6d. net), and has already reached a second impression. The Warburg Library, a remarkable institution, now estab lished in Thames House, Westminster, has produced a Kultur wissenschaftliche Bibliographie zum Nachleben der Antike (val. i, Teubner, 1934), which deals, so far, with publications on that vast subject in the year
The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies – Brill
Published: Mar 9, 1936
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