Monika Rener

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Monika Rener (* 23. April 1944 in Upper Bytom as Monika Klose ) is a German philologist . As a professor she taught Latin Philology of the Middle Ages and Modern Times at the Philipps University of Marburg .


The daughter of the Federal Railroad Councilor Ernst Klose and his wife Maria, b. Gambietz, moved to Göttingen in 1949 , where she attended elementary school from 1950 to 1954 and the grammar school for girls from 1954 to 1963. After graduating from high school in February 1963, she enrolled at the Georg-August University in Göttingen and began studying classical philology and archeology in the 1963 summer semester . From the summer semester of 1966 she was a member of the philological seminar.

In August 1966 she married Frederick M. Rener , who taught German at the University of North Carolina . In the 1967 summer semester she studied again in Göttingen and has since been de-registered (with the exception of the 1971 summer semester). In June 1970 she passed the final academic examination (Magister Artium) in Greek and Latin. During her studies she attended exercises and lectures with Karl Marienus Deichgräber , Carl Joachim Classen , Wolf-Hartmut Friedrich , Ernst Heitsch , Klaus Nickau , Will Richter , Ulrich Schindel , Paul Gerhard Schmidt , in archeology: Walter Hatto Gross , Rudolf Horn , Reinhard Lullies , Wolfgang Schiering , in ancient history: Alfred Heuss . It was in 1973 with a thesis on the history and theory as elements of the character representation of Herodotus to the oral test on 8 February 1973 with Karl Marienus Deichgräber doctorate . Will Richter examined them in Latin and Klaus Nickau took over the submission.

Rener has been a scientific member of the Historical Commission for Hesse since 1993 and a member of the main committee since 2002.

Fonts (selection)

  • as editor: Raymundi de Rocosello Certamen anime (= Bibliotheca scriptorvm Graecorvm et Romanorvm Tevbneriana ). Teubner, Stuttgart 1980, ISBN 3-519-01951-5 .
  • Petri Presbyteri Carmina. Text and Commentary (= Middle Latin Studies and Texts. Volume 13). Brill, Leiden et al. 1988, ISBN 90-04-08797-4 .
  • as editor: The Vita of St. Elisabeth of Dietrich von Apolda (= publications of the Historical Commission for Hesse. Volume 53). Elwert, Marburg 1993, ISBN 3-7708-0999-8 .
  • as editor: The life of Saint Elizabeth. Dietrich von Apolda (= publications of the Historical Commission for Hesse. Volume 67.3). Elwert, Marburg 2007, ISBN 3-7708-1311-1 .
  • as editor: Wilhelm Dilich . Synopsis descriptionis totius Hassiae (= publications of the Historical Commission for Hesse. Volume 78). Historical Commission for Hessen, Marburg 2012, ISBN 978-3-942225-19-9 .

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