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On The Attribution Of The 1595 Leiden Edition Of Pauli Warnefridi De Gestis Langobardorum To Friedrich Lindenbrog

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In 1617, using the facilities in Leiden managed by the younger Franois Raphel engius, Jean Maire published Gothicarum et Langobardicarum Rerum. It is striking neither that in neither the 1617 nor the 1595 editions of De gestis Langobardorum is there any indication of the identity of the editor. At the same time, many of the 1595 Notes to the text re-appear in a volume published in 1611, in Hamburg, by Friedrich Lindenbrog, a specialist in, among other matters, ancient German legal documents. Lindenbrog (15731648) is said to have studied law in Leiden (though there is no trace of him in either volume of P.C. Molhuysens Bronnen, collections of documents tracing the day-to-day business of the University at Leiden from 1584 to 1647); but he must have been in Leiden in 1595.

Keywords: De gestis Langobardorum; Friedrich Lindenbrog; German; Hamburg; Leiden



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