The anonymous Cronica Sicilie of the XIVth century, which is one of the most important Latin chronicles of medieval Sicily, contains a letter, which dates from around 1244, from the emperor Frederick II to his son and heir Conrad. This letter is a small speculum principis and, between late XIVth and early XVth century, was translated into vernacular languages, both in Catalan and Sicilian. The present study proposes a comparative analysis of the Latin text and the two translations into Catalan and Sicilian

Un’epistola di Federico II: testo latino e versioni siciliana e catalana a confronto

COLLETTA, PIETRO
2017

Abstract

The anonymous Cronica Sicilie of the XIVth century, which is one of the most important Latin chronicles of medieval Sicily, contains a letter, which dates from around 1244, from the emperor Frederick II to his son and heir Conrad. This letter is a small speculum principis and, between late XIVth and early XVth century, was translated into vernacular languages, both in Catalan and Sicilian. The present study proposes a comparative analysis of the Latin text and the two translations into Catalan and Sicilian
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