Sun. Dec 8th, 2019

A collection of the oldest Latin documents in Catalonia is published



The collection Chartae Latinae Antiquiores publishes the oldest Latin documents in Catalonia in a critical edition by researchers from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) that brings together a hundred original writings of the ninth century.

The work, titled Chartae Latinae Antiquiores Cataloniae, includes two unpublished documents of the monastery of Gerri de la Sal (Lleida) and the identification of a trial chaired by Guifré el Pelós in Girona in the year 898 that was believed lost.


For now, the volumes that contain these documents can only be consulted in Catalonia

Chartae Latinae Antiquiores is one of the most important collective academic companies internationally in the field of paleography and its goal is to collect all the original documents of the ninth century or earlier made in Europe.





For now, the volumes that contain these documents can only be consulted in Catalonia in the Montserrat Monastery library, the Catalunya Library and the UAB Humanities Library.



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