Building the Text: Architecture as Metaphor in Late Medieval and Early Modern France

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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL details are given in full in the notes for the first reference, and thereafter in abbreviated form. All translations from Latin sources are my own, unless indicated otherwise. Biblical quotations are from the Biblia sacra iuxta vulgatam versionem, ed. R. Weber, 2 vols. ( Stuttgart: Württembergische Bibelanstalt, 1969) and the Authorized Version.

AFW Adolf Tobler and Erhard Lommatzsch (eds.), Altfranzösisches
Wörterbuch
( Berlin: Weidmannsche Buchhandlung, then Wiesbaden:
Steiner, 1915- )
BL British Library, London
BNBibliothèque Nationale, Paris
DALF Frédéric Godefroy (ed.), Dictionnaire de l'ancienne langue française, 10 vols.
( Paris: Vieweg, then Bouillon, 1880-1902)
DLMF Giuseppe di Stefano (ed.), Dictionnaire des locutions en moyen français
( Montreal: CERES, 1991)
DS Marcel Viller et al. (eds.), Dictionnaire de spiritualité ascétique et mystique,
doctrine et histoire
( Paris: Beauchesne, 1937- )
FEW Walther von Wartburg (ed.), Französisches etymologisches Wörterbuch: Eine
Darstellung des galloromanischen Sprachschatzes
( Bonn: Klopp, then
Leipzig: Teubner and Basle: Zbinden, 1922- )
NGML Franz Blatt et al. (eds.), Novum glossarium mediae latinitatis ( Copen-
hagen: Munksgaard, 1957- )
OLD P. G. W. Glare et al. (eds.), Oxford Latin Dictionary ( Oxford: Clarendon
Press, 1968-82)
PL J.-P. Migne (ed.), Patrologiae cursus completus, series latina, 221 vols. ( Paris:
Garnier, 1866-90; 1st edn. 1844-64)
RAC Ernst Dassmann et al. (eds.), Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum:
Sachwörterbuch zur Auseinandersetzung des Christentums mit der antiken Welt

( Stuttgart: Hiersemann, 1950- )
TLL Thesaurus linguae latinae ( Leipzig: Teubner, 1900- )

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