El deix occità de Bartomeu de Tresbens

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The start of the edition of the brief astrological treatises by Bartomeu de Tresbens (fl. 1359-1375) revealed the influence of the Occitan language in his works, one of the clues leading to discover the origins of this astrologer and physician to Peter III the Ceremonious in the county of Foix. After considering the possible hispanisms, this paper collects Trebens’s occitanisms, which pertain mainly to vocabulary and are conserved especially in one of the witnesses of their works, MS Ripoll, Biblioteca Lambert Mata, XXI.
Original languageCatalan
Title of host publication«Qui fruit ne sap collir»: homenatge a Lola Badia
EditorsAnna Alberni, Lluís Cifuentes, Joan Santanach, Albert Soler
Place of PublicationBarcelona
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2021


  • medieval astrology, medieval Catalan, medieval Occitan, manuscripts, Bartomeu de Tresbens

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