Computing correlations between six versions of Ad Incorrupta (c. 1145-1153) copied with Gratian's Decretum (c. 1139)

In this project, the goal was to determine the differences found between the six manuscripts translated and the Montecassino manuscript believed to be the first one. The Montecassino manuscript was written by Nicholas Maniacutis, a medieval Roman scholar. The text was copied widely through Europe believing to begin around 1145 until 1400. Although the scribes all used the same document to translate, this project takes a look at the differences that each translation had from the original document.
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Abstract/Description: In this project, the goal was to determine the differences found between the six manuscripts translated and the Montecassino manuscript believed to be the first one. The Montecassino manuscript was written by Nicholas Maniacutis, a medieval Roman scholar. The text was copied widely through Europe believing to begin around 1145 until 1400. Although the scribes all used the same document to translate, this project takes a look at the differences that each translation had from the original document.
Subject(s): Gratian's Decretum
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