Tino light

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Tino Licht (* 1969 in Bad Schlema ) is a German philologist for Middle Latin .


He studied history and German at the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg (from 1995 also Latin philology of the Middle Ages and modern times). After completing his master's degree in 2000, he worked from 2001 to 2008 as a research assistant at the Department of Medieval and Modern Latin Philology in Heidelberg. After completing his doctorate in 2004 with studies of the biographical work of Sigebert von Gembloux , he became a lecturer in Western literary and cultural history at the German Department in 2008 . Since the winter semester 2008/2009 he has been head of the Department of Medieval and Modern Latin Philology at the Department of History.

Since the winter semester 2006/2007 he has been teaching palaeography and Medieval Latin at the Scholarly Codicological Research, Information & Palaeographical Tools (SCRIPTO) program at the University of Erlangen . In summer 2012 he taught palaeography at the Alfried Krupp summer course for manuscript culture at the University Library in Leipzig . He completed his habilitation in 2013 with the Venia legendi for the subjects of historical basic sciences and Middle Latin.

Fonts (selection)

  • Investigations into the biographical work of Sigebert von Gembloux . Mattes, Heidelberg 2005, ISBN 3-930978-76-8 (also dissertation, Heidelberg 2004).
  • Sigebert from Gembloux. Acta Sanctae Luciae (= Editiones Heidelbergenses. Volume 34). Winter, Heidelberg 2008, ISBN 978-3-8253-5368-1 .
  • with Julia Becker: Carolingian writing culture. From the heyday of the Lorsch scriptorium . Schnell & Steiner, Regensburg 2016, ISBN 978-3-7954-2844-0 .
  • Semi-uncial. Paleographic and philological studies on the oldest Latin minuscule (= sources and investigations on the Latin philology of the Middle Ages. Volume 20). Hiersemann, Stuttgart 2018, ISBN 978-3-7772-1806-9 .

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