Title (deu)

Die gelehrte Korrespondenz der Brüder Pez, Text, Regesten, Kommentare, Band 2: 1716–1718, 1. Halbband

Author

Wallnig, T. (Thomas)
Stockinger, T. (Thomas)
Fiska, P. (Patrick)
Mayer, M. (Manuela)
Peper, I. (Ines)

Description (eng)

This 1500-page volume contains the correspondence of the brothers Pez from 1716 lo 1718'. 557 letters , 256 of which have actually been preserved. These letters show the two
historians, and monks of Melk abbey, successfully acquiring membership of the European Republic of Letters, but they also document first serious conficts within the monastery
itself. The edition contains the entirety of the mostly Latin letter texts, extensive German summaries, commentaries and indices.

Description (deu)

Der Band bietet auf mehr als 1500 Seiten die Korrespondenz der Brüder Pez aus den Jahren 1716-1718:
557 Briefnummern, davon 256 erhaltene Stücke. Diese Briefe dokumentieren das erfolgreiche Eintreten der beiden Melker Historiker in den breiteren Kontext der europäischen Gelehrtenrepublik, zugleich aber auch erste gravierende
Konflikte innerhalb des Klosters. Die Edition enthält die Briefe im meist lateinischen Volltext mit ausführlichen
deutschen Regesten, Kommentaren und Registern.
Band 1: https://e-book.fwf.ac.at/o:370
Band 2, 2. Halbband: https://e-book.fwf.ac.at/o:825

Object languages

German

Date

2015-09

Publisher

Böhlau

Rights

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a
Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Austria License.

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/at/

Classification

ÖFOS 2002, History of humanities

ÖFOS 2002, Source studies, source edition

ÖFOS 2002, Modern history

ÖFOS 2002, Church history

BIC Standard Subject Categories, Historiography

BIC Standard Subject Categories, European history

BIC Standard Subject Categories, Early modern history: c 1450/1500 to c 1700

BIC Standard Subject Categories, History of religion

BIC Standard Subject Categories, Church history

Learned corresponence, Benedictines, Republic of Letters, Historicel Criticism