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     It occurred to me that I had been remiss in not naming some
standard guides and bibliographies at the very beginning, so I am
sending out a WEMSKalpha, or you could name it WEMSKaleph, in honor
of Joe Liebermann, if your politics leaned that way; after all, we
mathematicians have aleph-null and an infinity of other Hebrew
letter combos.  Anyway, I have gone the extra yard by listing the
contents (sort of), mostly garnered by scanning in the TOC of each
book.  You ought to download this and reorganize it to fit your
tastes.  It is very useful as a subject guide. For example, we
recently had a question on the study of foreign languages in the
Middle Ages.  Entering <foreign language> and searching it would
lead you to McGuire (our no. 4) and his no. 11, with its guide to
reading in the subject.  Or, if you were interested in the cursus,
just type in <cursus> and get guidance from our I, VII, VIII.  We
just had a question about color; <colo> would get you to no. V and
its nice discussion of various color themes.  I own all these
except Crosby et al., but if you do not own them, make sure to
include the call no. on your new reorganization.  Perhaps even ask
your librarian to put them in one place on a reference shelf, even
xerox off interesting parts, such as Kindermann's manuscript
abbreviations, etc. BTW, if you are using a PALM, Pluta's
Abbreviationes (great tool!) is available for it. Note that this
list, if manipulated rightly, offers you kind of a taxonomy of
scholarship in medieval studies, not a very detailed nor an
exhaustive one, but a kind of taxonomy.  WEMSK tries to be more
exhaustive, perhaps less detailed.

I. Karl Strecker, Introduction to Medieval Latin, English
translation and revision by Robert B. Palmer, 2d ed. (Berlin:
Weidmannsche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1957). Of course, far out of
date, but excellent; much more than a guide to medieval Latin.
Contents: An Introduction to Medieval Latin -- The Language ol
Medieval Latin -- Dictionaries -- Word Formation and Meaning --
Prosody and Accentuation -- Pronunciation -- Orthography --
Morphology -- Syntax (Pronouns, The Degrees of Comparison, Adverbs,
Prepositions, Conjunctions, Case, Mood, Tense) -- Style -- Poetry
(a. Quantitative Poetry, b. Rhythmica1 Poetry) -- Literary Prose
(a. Prose Rhyme, b. Cursus) -- Literary History -- Texts (a.
General Text Collections, b. Historical Texts,  c. Hagiographical
Literature, d. The Prose Stories) -- Medieval Latin Poetry -- Texts
and Monographs (a. Inscriptions, b. The Medieval Latin Hymn, c. The
Drama, d. The Secular Lyric) -- Translations -- Periodicals --
Medieval Libraries -- The Classical Heritage: The History of Text
Transmission -- Palaeography -- Photostats and Microfilms.

II. Medieval Studies, An Introduction, ed. James M. Powell
(Syracuse: Syracuse UP, 1976). Contents: Latin paleography, J.J.
John -- Diplomatics, L.E. Boyle -- Numismatics, P. Grierson --
Archaeology,  D. Whitehouse -- Prosopography, G. Beech --
Computer-assisted analysis of the statistical documents of medieval
society, D. Herlihy -- Medieval chronology: theory and practice,
R.D. Ware -- Medieval English literature, P. Theiner -- Latin
philosophies of the Middle Ages, E.A. Synan -- Medieval law, K.
Pennington -- Medieval science and natural philosophy, E. Grant --
Tradition and innovation in medieval art, W. Dynes -- Medieval
music in perspective, T. Karp.

III. Introduction to Medieval Latin Studies, a Syllabus and
Bibliographic Guide, ed. Martin R. P. McGuire and Hermigild
Dressler, 2d ed. (Washington: Catholic University of America Press,
1977). Contents: II. The History of the Latin Language to the End
of the Second Century AD (with Suggested Readings on the History of
the Latin Language; Suggested Readings on Reading Written Matter
Aloud in Antiquity and Later) -- III. The Period of Late Latin,
200-500 AD (with Suggested Readings on the Classical Element,
Suggested Readings on the Popular Element, Suggested Readings on
the Christian Element) -- IV. The Pre-Carolingian Period: from
Boethius and Cassiodorus to Alcuin, 500-780 (with Suggested
Readings on the Pre-Carolingian Period; Italy, Selected Studies;
Africa, Selected Studies; Spain, Selected Studies; Gaul, Selected
Studies; The Irish and Anglo-Saxons, Selected Studies; The Latinity
of Early Medieval Liturgies, Selected Studies) -- V. The
Carolingian Renaissance, 768-877 (with Suggested Readings on the
Carolingian Age; Suggested Readings on Types of Carolingian Learned
Pursuits; Selected Studies) -- VI. Latin from the End of the
Carolingian Renaissance to the End of the Tenth Century (with
Suggested Readings; The Immediate Successors of the Carolingians,
Selected Studies; Schools and Writers in England, Selected Studies;
German Centers and Writers - The Ottonian Renaissance, Selected
Studies; French Centers and Writers, Selected Studies; Italian
Centers and Writers, Selected Studies) -- VII. Latin in the
Eleventh Century to 1075 (with Southern Germany, Selected Studies;
The Region of the Rhine, Lotharingia, Northern Germany, Selected
Studies; Northern and Southern Italy, Selected Studies; France,
Selected Studies; Survey of Studies and Types of Latin Literary
Pursuits in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries; Some Characteristic
Features of Latin Prose Style and Their Development during these
Centuries) -- VIII. Latin from the Last Decades of the 11th C. to
the Beginnings of the 12 C. Renaissance (General Observations; The
Polemical Literature of the Investiture Controversies; Literature
Occasioned by the Berengarian Heresy; Literature Occasioned by or
Stimulated by the First Crusade and the Norman Expansion; St.
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury (1033/34-1109); Selected Studies
on Some Contemporaries of St. Anselm) -- IX. The Twelfth Century
Renaissance (General Observations; Suggested Readings0 -- X. The
Knowledge of Greek in the West During Late Antiquity and the Middle
Ages (General Observations; Some Persons Noted for their Knowledge
of Greek during these Periods; Suggested Readings) -- XI. The Study
and Knowledge of Foreign Languages in the West in the Middle Ages
(General Observations; Suggested Readings) -- XII. Medieval
Rhetoric and Poetic (General Observations; Suggested Readings) --
XIII. The Knowledge and Influence of Ancient Pagan and Christian
Authors in the Middle Ages (General Observations; Suggested
Readings) -- XIV. The Development of the Vernacular Languages and
Litertures in the West during the Middle Ages (General
Observations; Suggested Readings) -- XV. The History of Medieval
Latin Literature: Its Present Status and its Problems (General
Observations; Suggested Readings) -- XVI. Latin Writing in the
Middle Ages (General Observations; Some Highlights in the Progress
of Paleography; Suggested Readings).

SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHIES: 1.  Collections of Sources and Related
Works; 2.  Bibliographical Guides and Works for General Background;
3. Dictionaries, Glossaries, Indices Verborum and Related Works; 4.
Encyclopedias, Encyclopedic Dictionaries and Related Works; 5.
Medieval Latin Literature, Histories of Literature, Works Dealing
with Literary Genres and Problems; 6. Grammar, Grammatical and
Linguistic Theory and Related Works; 7. Medieval Rhetoric and
Poetic; 8. The Medieval Artes: Ars Metrica, Ars Rithmica Ars
Dictaminis, Ars Praedicandi; 9. Medieval Education, Classical and
Patristic Traditions, Humanism; 10. Medieval Political and Cultural
History, Law, Liturgy, Religion; 11. Vernacular Languages and
Literatures in Western Europe to c. 1200 (Old and Middle English
Language and Literature; Old French, Old Provencal, Old Italian,
Old Spanish, Old Portuguese Languages and Literature; Old High
German, Middle High German Language and Literature; Celtic
Languages and Literatures; Old Norse Language and Literature; Old
Saxon, Middle Low German, Old Frisian, Old Middle Dutch); 12.
Medieval Philosophy, Theology and the Spiritual Life; 13. Scripture
and Exegesis; 14. Art and Architecture in the West; 15. Medieval
Aesthetics; 16. Medieval Music; 17. The Sciences, Mathematics and
Medicine in the West (Sciences and Mathematics; Medieval Medicine);
18. The Patristic and the Medieval Book: Material, Preparation,
Decoration, Publication (The Ancient, Patristic and Medieval Book,
Materials Used in the Making of Books, Preparation of the Ancient
and Medieval Book, Production of the Ancient and Medieval Book);
19. Medieval Libraries and their CataIogues, Scriptoria, Manuscript
Collections, Related Items; 20. Paleography and Diplomatics.

IV. Medieval Studies, a Bibliography, ed. Everett U. Crosby, C.
Julian Bishko, and Robert L. Kellogg. Garland Reference Library in
the Humanities, 427 (NY: Garland, 1983). The largest of our
bibliographical guides, 1131 pages, 138 chapters. It leans towards
history, e.g. on p. 193 characterizes the KHL as "a fundamental
reference work for Scandinavian history." Does not mention the
Bibliographica gotica. Stichtag, 1980. Contents: 1. History and
Historical Method -- 2. Historiography -- 3. Historiography of the
Middle Ages -- 4. Medieval Historical Writing -- 5. Guides to
Scholars, Conferences, Institutes, Centers, adn Learned Socities --
6. Bibliographies of Theses and Dissertations -- 7. Encyclopedias
and Dictionaries -- 8. Epitomes and Historical Tables -- 9.
Translations -- 10. Biography -- 11. General and Subject
Bibliographies -- 12. Medieval Bibliographies and Guides to Sources
-- 13. Guides to Archives and Libraries -- 14. Medieval Libraries -
- 15. Manuscripts -- 16. Printing and the Printed Book -- 17. Texts
and Textual Editing -- 18. The Middle Ages as a Periodic Concept
and the Idea of Europe -- 19. General Medieval History -- 20. The
Late Roman Empire -- 21. Migrations and Settlements -- 22. The
Frankish Kingdoms -- 23. France -- 24. Spain and Portugal -- 25.
Italy -- 26. England -- 27. Scotland, Wales and Ireland -- 28.
Belgium and the Netherlands -- 29. Germany and Austria -- 30.
Switzerland -- 31. Scandinavia -- 32. Central Europe -- 33.
Byzantine Empire -- 34. Russia -- 35. Asia -- 36. Africa -- 37.
Islamic Civilization -- 38. The Jews -- 39. Governmental
Administration and Institutions -- 40. Lordship and Rural Society -
- 41. Political Thought and Theory -- 42. Chivalry -- 43. Warfare -
- 44. Castles, Fortresses and Fortified Towns -- 45. Arms and Armor
-- 46. Maritime History -- 47. Travel and Exploration -- 48.
General Economic History -- 49. Agrarian History -- 50. Trade and
Commerce -- 51. Banking, Finance and Taxation -- 52. Industries and
Crafts -- 53. Towns and Urban History -- 54. Social History -- 55.
General Ecclesiastical History -- 56. The Early Church and the
Patristic Period -- 57. The Church in France, Belgium and the
Netherlands -- 58. The Church in Spain and Portugal -- 59. The
Church in Italy -- 60. The Church in England -- 61. The Celtic
Churches -- 62. The Church in Germany and Switzerland -- 63. The
Church in Scandinavia -- 64. The Church in the Byzantine Empire and
in the East -- 65. African Churches -- 66. The Church in Russia --
67. Islamic Thought and Creed -- 68. Pilgrimage, Missions and
Coversion -- 69. The Crusades -- 70. The Military Orders -- 71.
Monasticism -- 72. The Religious Orders -- 73. The Papacy -- 74.
Church Councils and Conciliar History -- 75. Philosophy -- 76.
Doctrine and Dogma -- 77. Liturgy -- 78. The Bible and Biblical
Studies -- 79. Hagiography -- 80. Mysticism -- 81. Non-Conformity -
- 82. The Inquisition -- 83. Intellectual and Cultural History --
84. The Classical Tradition -- 85. Law and Legal History -- 86.
Roman Law -- 87. Canon Law -- 88. National Laws -- 89. Education --
90. Science and Technology -- 91. Medicine -- 92. Language, History
and Studies -- 93. Literature, History and Studies -- 94. Proverbs,
Exempla, Emblemata, Riddles -- 95. Preaching and Rhetoric and Ars
Dictaminis -- 96. Topics, Themes, Figures and Concepts -- 97. Latin
Language and Literature -- 98. Greek and Byzantine Language and
Literature -- 99. French Language and Literature -- 100. Occitan --
101. Spanish and Portuguese Language and Literature -- 102. Italian
Language and Literature -- 103. English Language and Literature --
104. Celtic Language and Literature -- 105. German Language and
Literature -- 106. Scandinavian Language and Literature -- 107.
East European and Slavic Language and Literature -- 108. Islamic
Literature -- 109. Drama -- 110. Folklore, Mythology and the Occult
-- 111. Historical Fiction -- 112. Aesthetics -- 113. Symbolism and
Iconography -- 114. History of Art -- 115. Architecture -- 116.
Sculpture -- 117. Painting -- 118. Stained Glass, Mosaics, Enamels
-- 119. Manuscript Illumination -- 120. Costume -- 121. Music --
122. Methods of Historical Investigation -- 123. Archaeology --
124. Chronology -- 125. Metrology -- 126. Demography -- 127.
Geography -- 128. Toponymy -- 129. Cartography -- 130. Maps and
Atlases -- 131. Diplomatics -- 132. Palaeography and Facsimile
Editions -- 133. Epigraphy -- 134. Numismatics -- 135. Sphragistics
-- 136. Genealogy -- 137. Heraldry -- 138. Serials.

V. R. E. Kaske, in collaboration with Arthur Groos and Michael W.
Twomey, Medieval Christian Literary Imagery. A Guide to
Interpretation. Toronto Medieval Bibliographies 11 (Toronto:
UTorontoP, 1988). Great guide! Contents: 1 Biblical Exegesis
(lntroductory, General Tools and `Research Situations',
Identifiable Biblical Echoes, Basic Checklists, Commentaries on The
Whole Bible, Important Commentaries on Individual Books, Individual
Authors, Echoes Not Immediately Identifiable, Collections Organized
Alphabetically, Collections Organized Topically; Appendix: The
Apocrypha) -- 2 The Liturgy (Introductory, Missal and Breviary,
Roman Rite, English Rites, Medieval Liturgists, Possible
Approaches) -- 3 Hymns -- 4 Sermons (Introductory, Homiliaries,
Artes praedicandi, Exempla, Possible Approaches) -- 5 Visual Arts
(Introductory, Guides Organized Topically, Guides Organized
Alphabetically, Princeton and Warburg Indices, The Bible, The
Saints, Specialized Studies, Secular Iconography) -- 6 Mythography
(Introductory, Mythography at Large, Individual Authors, Vergil,
Ovid, Lucan, Statius, Juvenal, Claudian, Martianus Capella) -- 7
Commentaries on Major Authors (Plato, Timaeus; Prudentius;
Augustine, De civitate Dei; Boethius;  Alain de Lille,
Anticlaudianus; The Prophetia Merlini, Dante, Divina Commedia) --
8 Miscellaneous (Introductory, Mary, Bibliography and Indices,
Medieval Works, Modern Works, The Cross, Eschatology, Eschatology
Generally, Joachistic Eschatology, Eschatology Centering on the
Antichrist, Number, Colour, General, Colours Associated with the
Elements and the Rainbow, Liturgical Colours, Colours of Love,
Miscellaneous) -- Appendix: Medieval Encyclopedias, by  Michael W.
Twomey, Introductory, Major Encyclopedias [Isidore of Seville,
Etymologiae (Origines); Rabanus Maurus, De rerum naturis (De
universo); Honorius Augustodunensis, Elucidarium; Honorius
Augustodunensis, Imago mundi; Lucidarius; Alexander Neckham, De
naturis rerum and Laus sapientie divine; Bartholomaeus Anglicus, De
rerum proprietatibus; Thomas of Cantimpre, Liber de natura rerum;
Vincent of Beauvais, Speculum majus], Minor Encyclopedias [Isidore
of Seville, De natura rerum;  Pseudo-Isidore of Seville, De ordine
creaturarum; Bede, De natura rerum; Summnarium Heinrici; Lambert of
St Omer, Liber floridus,  Hildegard of Bingen, Physica and Causae
et curae; Pseudo-Hugh of St Victor, De bestiis et aliis rebus;
Secretum secretorum; Uguccione da Pisa, Magnae derivationes;
Arnoldus Saxo, De finibus rerum  naturalium; Brunetto Latini,
Tresor and Tesoretto; Book of Sidrach; Placides et Timeo; Dialogus
creaturarum (Contemptus sublimitatis)].

VI. Identifier sources et citations, ed. Jacques Berlioz. L'Atelier
du medieviste 1 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1994).  Good; particularly good
on how to get along with Migne. Leans towards the French, but who
argues with that? Contents: La Bible latine et les gloses, Louis-
Jacques Bataillon, Jacques Berlioz, Gilbert Dahan, Bernard-G. Guyot
-- Identifier un auteur ou une oeuvre du Moyen Age latin et
francais, J. Berlioz -- Les tradeuctions latines du grec, de
l'arabe et de l'hebreu, G. Dahan -- Les citations attribuees ou
anonymes, J. Berlioz -- Poesie et prieres, J. Berlioz -- Proverbes
et sentences, J. Berlioz -- Les citations liturgiques, Bernard-G.
Guyot, Eric Palazzo -- Droit romain, Gerard Giordanengo -- Droit
canonique, Gerard Giordanengo -- Les decisions des conciles et
synodes, Joseph Avril -- Vies de saints et motifs hagiographiques,
J. Berlioz -- Les sermons, Nicole Beriou -- Les exempla, J. Berlioz
-- Contes et motifs, croyances et `superstitions', J. Berlioz --
Encyclopedies, bestiaires eet lapidaires, J. Berlioz -- Images
litteraires, comparaisons et lieux communs, J. Berlioz -- Les
sources iconographiques, Laurence Bobis-Sahel -- L'index des index
de la Patrologie latine de Jacque-Paul Migne, J. Berlioz --
Adresses utiles (bibliotheques, editeurs, librairies, CD-ROM) et
repertoires de chercheurs, J. Berlioz.

VII. Medieval Latin, An Introduction and Bibliographical Guide, ed.
F. A. C. Mantello and A. G. Rigg (Washington: The Catholic
University of America Press, 1996). The bibliographical references
are not very full and often offer information difficult to use;
e.g. p. 53: "Thomae Aquinatis opera omnia cum hypertextibus in CD-
ROM." Over the years, I have received several letter asking me
where this might be obtained. For the most part, items are cited by
date, no place, no author. Contents: B GENERAL REFERENCE AND
RESEARCH TOOLS -- BA Bibliographical Guides and Surveys -- BB Latin
Dictionaries and Related Works -- BC Repertories ofAuthors, Texts,
and Initia -- BD Encydopedias, Encyclopedic Dictionaries, and
Related Works -- BE Computer Resources -- BF  Other Basic Reference
and Research Aids -- BG Principal Series and Collections of Latin
Texts -- BH Periodicals --

C MEDIEVAL LATIN PHILOLOGY -- CA Introduction, A.G. Rigg -- GB
Orthography and Pronunciation, A.G. Rigg -- GG  Morphology and
Syntax, A.G. Rigg -- CD  Vocabulary, Word Formation, and
Lexicography, Richard Sharpe -- GE  Metrics, A.G. Rigg -- GF Prose
Styles and Cursus, Terence O. Tunberg -- GG Latin and the
Vernacular Languages, Michael W. Herren -- GH Humanistic Latin,
Terence O. Tunberg --

D-E-F VARIETIES OF MEDIEVAL LATINITY -- DA Christian and Biblical
Latin, Daniel Sheerin -- DB The Liturgy, Daniel Sheerin -- DG
Ecclesiastical and University Administration, Norman Zacour -- DD
Secular Administration, Brigitte Bedos-Rezak -- DE Charters, Deeds,
and Diplomatics, Richard Sharpe -- DE Canon Law, John Gilchrist --
DG Roman and Secular Law, Kenneth Pennington -- DH Theology and
Philosophy, Stephen F. Brown -- DI Grammar, Vivien A. Law -- DJ
Music, Nancy Phillips -- DK Commerce, John H. Pryor -- DL Latin in
Everyday Life, Richard Sharpe -- EA Science: Introduction, Faith
Wallis -- EB  Mathematics and Geometry, Barnahas Hughes, O.F.M. --
EG  Physics, Edith Dudley Sylla -- ED Astronomy, Cosmology, and
Cosmography, Edward Grant -- EE Astrology, Charles Burnett -- EF
Chronology and Systems of Dating, Faith Wallis -- EG Cartography
and Its Written Sources, P.D.A. Harvey -- EH Zoology and
Physiology, James J. Scanlan, M.D. -- EI Botany, R. James Long --
EJ Geology, John M. Riddle -- EK  Chemistry and Alchemy, Michela
Pereira -- EL Medicine, Peter Murray Jones -- EM Magic, Richard
Kieckhefer -- FA Technology and Crafts: Introduction, Bert Hall --
FB Artes Mechanicae, Elspeth Whitney -- FG Architecture, Joseph F.
O'Connor -- FD Weights and Measures, Ronald Edward Zupko -- FE
Weapons and Warfare, E. Malcolm Parkinson -- EF Ships and
Seafaring, John H. Pryor -- FG Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, and
Forestry, John Langdon -- FH Manuscript Production, R.H. Rouse --
FI Panel and Wall Painting, Mosaics, Metalwork, and Other
Decorative Arts, Caecilia Davis-Weyer -- FJ Textiles, John H. Munro
-- FK Mining and Ore Processing, Pamela O. Long -- FL Minting and
Money, Alan M. Stahl -- FM Mills and Milling, John Muendel --

G-H VARIETIES OF MEDIEVAL LATIN LITERATURE -- GA Towards a History
of Medieval Latin Literature, Jan M. Ziolkowski -- GB The Latin
Literature of Late Antiquity, Michael Roberts -- GC Epic, Jan M.
Ziolkowski -- GD Beast Epic and Fable, Jill Mann -- GE Satire, A.G.
Rigg -- GF Proverbs and Epigrams, A.G. Rigg -- GG Drama, Stephen K.
Wright -- GH Exempla, Nigel F. Palmer -- GI Lyric, Christopher J.
McDonough -- GJ Hymns, Daniel Sheerin -- GK Biography, Walter
Berschin -- GL Hagiography, David Townsend -- GM Rhetoric, James J.
Murphy -- GN Historiography, Roger Ray -- GO Epistolography, Julian
Haseldine -- GP Sermons, Beverly Mayne Kienzle and David L. d'Avray
-- GQ Pastoralia: The Popular Literature of the Care of Souls,
Joseph Goering -- GR Debates and Dialogues, Peter Binkley -- GS
Travel Literature, Jean Richard -- GT Vision Literature, Peter
Dinzelbacher -- GU Devotional and Mystical Literature, Thomas H.
Bestul -- GV Encyclopedias, Gregory G. Guzman -- GW Anthologies and
Florilegia, A.G. Rigg -- HB Medieval Translations: Latin and
Hebrew, Charles H. Manekin -- HB Medieval Translations: Latin and
Greek, Bernice M. Kaczynski -- HG Medieval Translations: Latin and
Arabic, Deborah L. Black -- HD Medieval Translations: Latin and the
Vernacular Languages, Jeanette M.A. Beer.

VIII. Udo Kindermann, Einfuehrung in die lateinische Literatur des
mittelalterlichen Europa (Turnhout: Brepols, 1998). Compares itself
with the well-known Karl Langosch, Lateinisches Mittelalter.
Einleitung in Sprache und Literatur, 5th ed. (Darmstadt:
Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1988). Good intro for beginners
and semi-advanced graduate students. Try to master it. Contents:
Vorbemerkung -- Charakteristik (Umfang, Raum und Zeit, Unterschied
zur Antike, Originalitaet, Wirkung, Studienmoeglichkeiten) -- Die
Texte (Skriptorium und Bibliothek, Das Buch, Andere Schrifttraeger,
Die Schriften, Die Ueberlieferung, Die Wiederherstellung) -- Die
Sprache (Orthographisches, Morphologisches, Syntaktisches,
Lexikalisches, Phonetisches, Hilfsmittel zur Sprache
[Woerterbuecher,  Grammatik]) -- Die Literatur (Ueberblick,
Hilfsmittel zur Literatur  [Gattungseinteilungen,
Literaturgeschichten]) -- Der Umgang mit Literatur (Allgemeine
Hermeneutik [Im weiteren Sinn historische Methoden, Nicht primaer
historisch orientierte Methoden]; Spezielle Hermeneutik
[`Ethimologie', Das Involucrum, Die Allegorese, Die Kategorien der
Accessus]) -- Handwerkliches (Prosa-Kunst [Stilistisches, Der Reim,
Der Kursus (cursus)]) -- Dicht-Kunst (Silbenmessende Dichtung [Die
Prosodie, Der Reim], Silbenzaehlende Dichtung [Die Versformen, Der
Reim]) -- Anhaenge -- Textausgaben (Dichtung, Prosa, Anthologien) -
- Hilfsmittel aus Nachbarfaechern (Philosophie, Theologie und
Musikwissenschaft, Geschichte) -- Allgemeine Nachschlagewerke --
Reihen und Zeitschriften -- Abkuerzungen im kritischen Apparat --
Haeufige Abkuerzungen in Handschriften (good to look at!)