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Calendar Of Depositions

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This chapter provides a calendar of the depositions in Doat 25-26. Ascribing fixed dates to the contents of a document like ours throws up many problems. A casual glance confirms that the depositions do appear to be arranged in roughly chronological order, but those by one witness have been grouped together for ease of reference, disturbing the sequence; selection and omission by the medieval copyist have further muddied the waters. Two sets of copyists will inevitably have introduced errors. The calendar attempts to lay out the depositions in chronological order, using square brackets for any information that is not made absolutely explicit in the depositions itself. Years in the new style are added in round brackets where necessary. The annotation to the English translation provides further comments and explanation.

Keywords: calendar; depositions; Doat 25-26

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