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The journalist Annalisa Quinn from the USA visited the TLL and wrote an excellent article in the New York Times:

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/30/arts/latin-dictionary.html


The Thesaurus Linguae Latinae at the Bavarian Academy of Sciences invites guests to a presentation (in English) from:

Prof. Dr. Alice Borgna (Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale)

La biblioteca digitale di testi latini tardoantichi (digilibLT)

On Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 4:00pm in the Zettelarchiv of the Thesaurus Library, 2nd floor of the BAdW (Alfons-Goppel-Str. 11).


On November 29, 2019 participants from the from StuTS (Studentische Tagung Sprachwissenschaft) paid a visit to the Thesaurus.


125th Anniversary of the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae

To celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, Dr. Christian Flow delivered a lecture on its history, now available as a podcast.


TLL Summer School

The second TLL Summer School took place from July 22 to 26, 2019, with Prof. David Langslow as scholar-in-residence and 16 participants coming from many European countries, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Australia. We are grateful for their work on repuerasco and restagno and look forward to announcing next year’s dates soon.


Im Rahmen der Latin Lexicography Summer School präsentiert der Thesaurus Linguae Latinae (BAdW) einen Vortrag von

Prof. Dr. David Langslow

(University of Manchester)

über

The Latin Alexander Trallianus

Donnerstag, 25. Juli 2019, 16:15

Sitzungssaal 1, Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften

Alfons-Goppel-Str. 11, München

The lecture discusses a sixth-century Latin medical treatise translated from Greek (based on Alexander of Tralles’s Therapeutics and On Fevers), which has never been critically edited, but enjoyed enormous popularity and remained on university syllabuses until the 18th century. Questions include: How many translators were involved? How ‘correct’ or poorly controlled is the Latin of the various parts? What was the first language of the translator(s)? Are there features of the Latin that link the Latin Alexander with other Latin medical texts? Are there features of the Latin that allow us to locate the translator(s) in space and time?


Thesaurus linguae Latinae Practicum

THESAURUS LINGUAE LATINAE PRACTICUM
Working with old and new words
Naples, 17th May 2019


Prolepsis’ International Workshop on Latin and Greek Lexicography

The Prolepsis Association in collaboration with the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae is organizing a workshop on the history of lexicography and encyclopedic literature, and lexicography as a profession from antiquity to the present. The event will take place at the Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften in Munich, partly in celebration of the 125th anniversary of the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae.


Blogpost about porcus

Blogpost by Adam Gitner:

Porcus Does Not Just Mean Piglet Either

The TLL Pigs Up the Gauntlet in Our Pugna Porcorum


Latin Lexicography Summer School 2019


Latin Lexicography Summerschool 2018

The TLL Summer Workshop successfully took place July 30 to August 3, 2018, with 17 participants coming from as far away as the US and China and many European countries. We are grateful for their work on repotia and repullulare and look forward to announcing a future event soon.


19th International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics

The 19th International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics (ICLL) has been held at the TLL from 24th to 28th April 2017. The event was organised by the TLL in cooperation with the University of Amsterdam.

Website: http://www.icll2017.badw.de/en/home.html


The founder recovered

A marble bust of the Thesaurus founder Eduard Wölfflin returns to the academy

On May 13, 2016, a bust of Eduard Wölfflin, which was long lost, was placed in front of the Thesaurus Library. Former President Dietmar Willoweit unveiled the work of the sculptor Hermann Hahn in the presence of colleagues and academy-members. The work and artist were presented in two lectures and a small exhibition, which can still be visited.