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Creating a repertory of the dialog forms from the 13th and 14th centuries poses many difficulties. The rich dialogue production of the time has been insufficiently tapped in repertories and reference. It has been only partially included, and their presence often complicates the already inadequate descriptions on the ligand. Added to this difficulty, is the written dialogue form. There are also difficulties implementing the timeframe 1200-1400. While there are numerous writings in dialogue form, the only manuscripts of the 15th century have survived, but theoretically, they might belong to an earlier era. A random sample investigation of dialogue manuscripts of the 15th century revealed that the verified texts are almost invariably arose only after 1400. Another difficulty lies in the dating itself. This chapter presents some notes on the individual sections in he subsequent chapters of the book. The original content of this chapter is in German. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: dialogue manuscripts; medieval Latin literature; written dialogue forms



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