Theophilus Presbyter: Words and Meaning in Technical Translation

  title={Theophilus Presbyter: Words and Meaning in Technical Translation},
  author={D. Thompson},
  pages={313 - 339}
WILHELM THEOBALD'S translation of Books II and III of Theophilus Presbyter' in 1933 marked the greatest advance toward understanding of this monumental and difficult work since the first publication of the Latin text.2 For over a century the only English translation was Robert Hendrie's.3 In 1961 and 1963 two new English translations appeared: first, C. R. Dodwell's,4 which translates his new edition of the text, and soon after, a translation by John G. Hawthorne and Cyril S. Smith.5 Each of… Expand
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