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RQ-50735-13
Edition and Translation of Huon d'Auvergne, Pre-Modern Franco-Italian Epic
Leslie Morgan, Loyola University Maryland

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Huon d'Auvergne en contexte Session of papers (to be published in Conference Acts) (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Huon d'Auvergne en contexte Session of papers (to be published in Conference Acts)
Author: Bernstein, Alan
Author: Morgan, Leslie Zarker
Author: McCormick, Stephen Patrick
Author: Schwam-Baird, Shira
Author: Bennett, Philip E.
Abstract: 1. Stephen Patrick McCormick (Washington and Lee University) Les humanités numériques et la tradition manuscrite de l'Huon d'Auvergne 2. Shira Schwam-Baird (University of North Florida) Ynide et la résistance 3. Philip E. Bennett (Université d’Édimbourg) La parentèle cyclique de Huon d’Auvergne 4. Alan Bernstein (University of Arizona) Questions de théodicée dans Huon d'Auvergne 5. Leslie Zarker Morgan (Loyola University Maryland) Les deux Romes de Huon d'Auvergne
Date: 07/24/2015
Conference Name: 20e Congrès triennial de la Société Rencesvals à Rome, 2015

"Editing at the Crossroads: Language Contact and Editions in Languages Other Than English" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "Editing at the Crossroads: Language Contact and Editions in Languages Other Than English"
Author: Morgan, Leslie Zarker
Author: McCormick, Stephen
Author: Schwam-Baird, Shira
Abstract: 1. "From Old French to Italian: The 1341 and 1441 Huon d'Auvergnes," Leslie Zarker Morgan, Loyola Univ., Baltimore 2. "Creating a Digital Edition/Translation: The Role of Collaboration," Shira Schwam-Baird, Univ. of North Florida 3. "Theory and Practice in Encoding a Digital Edition of Huon d'Auvergne," Stephen Patrick McCormick, Washington and Lee Univ.
Date: 01/09/2016
Conference Name: Modern Languages Association Annual Conference

“The NEH Franco-Italian Huon d’Auvergne: Editing and translation project for online edition” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “The NEH Franco-Italian Huon d’Auvergne: Editing and translation project for online edition”
Author: Schwam-Baird, Shira
Author: Morgan, Leslie Zarker
Author: McCormick, Stephen Patrick
Abstract: Leslie Zarker Morgan, Loyola University Maryland: Herding Colleagues: Coordinating an International Multilingual Mixed Languages Digital Edition Shira Schwam-Baird, University of North Florida, Jacksonville: Reporting from the Trenches: A French Medievalist Translating Franco-Italian Stephen Patrick McCormick, Washington and Lee University: The Frontier between French and Italian is the Raised Dot
Date: 05/13/2016
Conference Name: 50th Annual Medieval Congress, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo MI

"'Como fa la foja': Versions of Female Authority in the Huon d’Auvergne Manuscript Tradition. (Article)
Title: "'Como fa la foja': Versions of Female Authority in the Huon d’Auvergne Manuscript Tradition.
Author: McCormick, Stephen Patrick
Abstract: This essay investigates the variant representations of female authority and rebellion in the Franco-Italian Huon d’Auvergne romance-epic manuscript tradition. Taking textual variance as a productive, not obstructive, locus of analysis, this inquiry focuses on one of the more textually unstable episodes of the Huon epic, the resistance of Huon’s wife Ynide to king Carlo Martello’s consuming passion. Sidestepping concerns about the earliest or best manuscript version of Ynide’s defence episode, this essay examines the female protagonist’s mutable textual situation within the context of changing ideals of womanly virtue in the fourteenth century.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://www.tandfonline.com.ezp.lndlibrary.org/loi/yits20#.V5DlaDWYKAs
Primary URL Description: Journal site through a library subscription
Access Model: Subscription
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Italian Studies
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

« Ordre terrestre ou sainteté : l’épilogue de Huon d’Auvergne. » (Article)
Title: « Ordre terrestre ou sainteté : l’épilogue de Huon d’Auvergne. »
Author: Vallecalle, Jean-Claude
Abstract: Two of the versions of Huon d'Auvergne, the manuscripts of Berlin and of Turin, present their own final episode, where the action takes place in a new and very different perspective. While most of the poem presents the personal destiny of the hero, obligated to undertake a formidable embassy imposed by his lord, a collective history returns in the center of the story, with the election of a new king of France, the invasion of Italy by Saracens, the military campaign conducted against them by Huon, and finally the conflict where he finds his death defending the French claim to the Imperial crown against the Germans. This return of the main plot to collective history, marked by numerous references to chansons de geste of the William cycle and notably the Couronnement de Louis (Crowning of Louis), does not change the perspective that earlier gave meaning to the narrative. Even if Huon acts in the front line of events that determine the future of the Empire and Christianity, he is always characterized by his holiness. And this makes him, in a way, a stranger to this world, where disorder and irremediable imperfection emphasize through contrast the superiority of the spiritual ideal incarnated in the protagonist. Complete citation: Vallecalle, Jean-Claude. « Ordre terrestre ou sainteté : l’épilogue de Huon d’Auvergne. » In Études offertes à Danielle Buschinger, dir. Florent Gabaude, Jürgen Kühnel et Mathieu Olivier. Publications du Centre d’Études Médiévales de Picardie, 2016, vol. 1, pp. 400-409.
Year: 2016
Access Model: A book that must be purchased or read in a library
Format: Other
Periodical Title: Mélanges Danielle Buschinger
Publisher: C.E.M. Université de Picardie (Amiens)

Cartography and Epic in Florentine Humanisme and Andrea da Barberino's Ugone d' Alvernia (Article)
Title: Cartography and Epic in Florentine Humanisme and Andrea da Barberino's Ugone d' Alvernia
Author: McCormick, Stephen P.
Abstract: This essay investigates the use of cartographic metaphor in Andrea da Barberino’s early modern Italian prose epic Ugone d’Alvernia. By tapping an impressive range of works on natural history, bestiary tradition, and cartographic imagery, Andrea da Barberino reworks and updates his Franco-Italian source material, the Huon d’Auvergne, to create an epic text that appeals to his Florentine merchant audience. This essay first explores geographic thought in early fifteenth-century Florence and then attempts to understand how Andrea’s work resonates and conflicts with contemporary cartographic thinking and humanism. Finally, this analysis explores how Andrea deploys the metaphoric cartographic language of medieval mapping traditions to serve as a subtext to the hell journey undertaken by Ugone, count of Auvergne, the epic’s protagonist. Full Citation: McCormick, Stephen P. “Cartography and Epic in Florentine Humanism and Andrea da Barberino’s Ugone d’Alvernia.” Viator vol. 45, no. 3, 2014, pp. 339-362.
Year: 2014
Access Model: Subscription
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Viator
Publisher: Viator, vol. 45. no. 3

Le Roman d'Alexandre dans Huon d'Auvergne: tourisme et truismes dans une épopée du XIVe siècle (Article)
Title: Le Roman d'Alexandre dans Huon d'Auvergne: tourisme et truismes dans une épopée du XIVe siècle
Author: Morgan, Leslie Zarker
Abstract: The presence of the Roman d’Alexandre appears in Huon d’Auvergne at several levels: in specific references to the text of Alexandre; in the structure of Huon d’Auvergne; and finally, in the problematic gender relations present in the text as well as in critical commentary about Huon. Huon partakes of adventures and marvels while Ynide, his wife, speaks in exempla; his travels reflect Alexander's legendary adventures, and her speeches and ordered actions (not personally accomplished) draw from classical, biblical and popular literature, the sites of which form her spouse's travels. Manuscripts of the Roman d'Alexandre appear in the same inventories as those that list Huon d'Auvergne in the Italian peninsula, so drawing these parallels is logical for the modern reader as it was for the reader in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Full citation: Morgan, Leslie Zarker. “Le Roman d'Alexandre dans Huon d'Auvergne: tourisme et truismes dans une épopée du XIVe siècle.” In Epic Connections / Rencontres épiques Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Conference of the Société Rencesvals, Oxford, 13–17 August 2012. Ed. Marianne J. Ailes, Philip E. Bennett and Anne Elizabeth Cobby. Société Rencesvals British Branch Publications 7. Société Rencesvals British Branch, 2015, pp. 509-27.
Year: 2015
Access Model: purchase of volume
Format: Journal
Publisher: Le Roman d' Alexandre dans Huon d' Auvergne: tourisme et truismes dans une épopée du XIVe siècle

Les deux Romes de Huon d'Auvergne et le bon gouvernement (Article)
Title: Les deux Romes de Huon d'Auvergne et le bon gouvernement
Author: Morgan, Leslie Zarker
Abstract: The Berlin version of the chanson de geste Huon d'Auvergne ends reminding readers that it was created in honor of St. Augustine. The four versions of the chanson de geste (dated from 1341 to 1441) end differently. In the long version (Berlin, Turin, and Andrea da Barberino's prose) Huon passes twice by Rome: the first time, he has the pope bless him and receives a symbolic cross. Then this long version ends with a Saracen siege of Rome where the Germans, arriving early at the pope's call, are promised the crown of the Roman empire. Huon, who shows up later with the French army, is neither king nor clerk; but as God's envoy, he resolves conflicts not only between the pope and Saracens, but also between Germans and French. The redactor of the Berlin version emphasizes Huon's divine role in making him die for the French, a sacrificial lamb, before the end of the poem. Thus the city of Rome is both religious and political center of Europe. City of God but also of sin, the poem repeats the message of Augustine's City of God, offering a lesson to the French king through the body of his most loyal servant, Huon d'Auvergne. Full citation: Morgan, Leslie Zarker. “Les deux Romes de Huon d'Auvergne et le bon gouvernement.” In «Par deviers Rome m’en renvenrai errant»: Atti del XXème Congrès International de la Societé Rencesvals pour l’étude des épopées romanes (Rome, Italy, 20-25 July 2015). Ed. M. Careri, C. Menichetti, T. Rachetta. Viella, 2017, pp. 579-89.
Year: 2017
Access Model: For purchase in a volume of collected works.
Format: Other
Periodical Title: Par deviers Rome m'en renvenrai errant: Atti del XXème Congrès International de la Société Rencesvals pour l'étude des épopées romanes.
Publisher: Viella

La résistance d'Ynide dans l'épopée franco-italienne Huon d'Auvergne: femme exceptionnelle/femme admirable? (Article)
Title: La résistance d'Ynide dans l'épopée franco-italienne Huon d'Auvergne: femme exceptionnelle/femme admirable?
Author: Schwam-Baird, Shira
Abstract: In the Berlin manuscript of the Franco-Italian epic Huon d’Auvergne, in an unusual passage that stands out from the other manuscripts, Ynide, the wife of the eponymous hero, becomes the object of desire of King Charles Martel, Huon’s lord. Charles sends a group of ambassadors to Auvergne to bring Ynide back to Paris (where he believes he will be able to satisfy his illicit desires) after he has sent her husband on an impossible quest. Ynide succeeds in resisting the ambassadors’ mission not only through rhetorical skills but also through the “virile” authority she exercises at her court. All the men under her command including her brothers and cousins accept her authority to determine the response to the king’s ambassadors. She is the one who decides not to execute them but to punish them in such a way as to send a clear message to the king. Ynide’s resistance proceeds not from the model of the woman warrior but from the motif of the virtuous woman who exercises “virile” authority. Full citation: Schwam-Baird, Shira. "La résistance d'Ynide dans l'épopée franco-italienne Huon d'Auvergne: femme exceptionnelle/femme admirable?". In «Par deviers Rome m’en renvenrai errant»: Atti del XXème Congrès International de la Societé Rencesvals pour l’étude des épopées romanes (Rome, Italy, 20-25 July 2015). Ed. M. Careri, C. Menichetti, T. Rachetta. Viella, 2017, pp. 637-45.
Year: 2017
Access Model: For purchase in a volume of collected works.
Format: Other
Periodical Title: «Par deviers Rome m’en renvenrai errant»: Atti del XXème Congrès International de la Societé Rencesvals pour l’étude des épopées romanes
Publisher: Viella

L'épopée franco-italienne: une trahison des clercs? (Article)
Title: L'épopée franco-italienne: une trahison des clercs?
Author: Vallecalle, Jean-Claude
Abstract: Loyal to the tradition of the French chansons de geste, the Franco-Italian epic of the fourteenth century also reflects the pre-Humanist conceptions of contemporary Italy. Divided between convergent value systems, it exalts and subverts at the same time the old conception of warrior prowess and Manichean history by connecting them with a more lucid vision of the world's diversity and human complexity, but not without revealing a certain nostalgia for un-nuanced heroism. Full citation: Vallecalle, Jean-Claude. « L’épopée franco-italienne : une trahison des clercs ? » Chanson de geste et savoirs savants. Convergences et interférences, dir. Ph. Haugeard et B. Ribémont. Classiques Garnier, 2015, pp. 47-59.
Year: 2015
Access Model: For purchase in a volume of collected works.
Format: Other
Periodical Title: Chanson de geste et savoirs savants. Convergences et interférences
Publisher: Garnier

Frontières du monde, frontières de l'épique: le voyage en enfer de Huon d'Auvergne (Article)
Title: Frontières du monde, frontières de l'épique: le voyage en enfer de Huon d'Auvergne
Author: Vallecalle, Jean-Claude
Abstract: In the central portion of Huon d'Auvergne, present in all the different manuscripts, the hero accomplishes a dangerous mission imposed by his treacherous lord, King Charles Martel, carrying to hell an ultimatum addressed to the devil. And through the long and painful tests that he must overcome in order to carry through his mission to the end, he appears a model not only of feudal loyalty but also of sanctity. His fate, which constitutes the primary narrative of the work, associates chivalric heroism and a religious ideal extended almost to asceticism, and the poem's edifying point of view is based largely, though not exclusively, on themes inherited from French chansons de geste. But for a poet of the Italian fourteenth century, this edifying point of view does not exclude a certain consciousness of the complexity of the world and of human beings. For this reason the drastic contrasts of the older "conception" that lend meaning to epic action overlay a much more nuanced and ambiguous "representation," and this tension contributes to the originality of the poem. Full citation: Vallecalle, Jean-Claude. « Frontières du monde, frontières de l'épique : le voyage en enfer de Huon d'Auvergne. » In "Le monde entour et environ". La geste, la route et le livre dans la littérature médiévale. Mélanges offerts à Claude Roussel, Ed. Émilie Goudeau et al., Presses de l'Université Blaise Pascal, 2017, pp. 217-25.
Year: 2017
Access Model: For purchase in a volume of collected works.
Format: Other
Periodical Title: "Le monde entour et environ". La geste, la route et le livre dans la littérature médiévale. Mélanges offerts à Claude Roussel
Publisher: Presses de l'Université Blaise Pascal

La parentèle cyclique de Huon d'Auvergne (Article)
Title: La parentèle cyclique de Huon d'Auvergne
Author: Bennett, Philip E.
Abstract: Huon d'Auvergne, a chanson de geste probably of French origin, composed perhaps toward the end of the thirteenth century, survives now only in (Franco-)Italian versions of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. This study is based only on the Berlin version, which dates from the first decades of the fourteenth century. One might be surprised to find that the emperor in this poem, named Charles Martel, is presented as the son of an Emperor Louis. However, the novel genealogical situation attributed to the Mayor of the Palace of the last Merovingians is explained by the need to set the action not only after the Battle of Roncevaux but also after the death of the first generation of descendants of Aymeri de Narbonne, to whom the hero, Huon, is related in this poem. On the female side, by his marriage with Ynide, the daughter of the Count of Flanders, Huon is also assimilated to one of the Crusade Cycle families. The paper investigates the importance of these multiple links to French epic cycles for the thematic structures of the poem, and especially the significance of all the hero's kinship ties for the reorientation of the song's content towards a mysticism combining elements from the Arthurian prose romance La Queste del saint Graal (The Quest for the Holy Grail) and Dante's Divine Comedy. Full citation: Bennett, Philip E. "La parentèle cyclique de Huon d'Auvergne." In «Par deviers Rome m’en renvenrai errant»: Atti del XXème Congrès International de la Societé Rencesvals pour l’étude des épopées romanes (Rome, Italy, 20-25 July 2015). Ed. M. Careri, C. Menichetti, T. Rachetta. Viella, 2017, pp. 475-84.
Year: 2017
Access Model: For purchase in a volume of collected works.
Format: Other
Periodical Title: «Par deviers Rome m’en renvenrai errant»: Atti del XXème Congrès International de la Societé Rencesvals pour l’étude des épopées romanes (Rome, Italy, 20-25 July 2015)
Publisher: Viella

Loi divine, loi humaine: grâce et croisade. Huon d'Auvergne (fin XIe-début XVe) (Article)
Title: Loi divine, loi humaine: grâce et croisade. Huon d'Auvergne (fin XIe-début XVe)
Author: Bernstein, Alan E.
Abstract: This paper examines the legal side of Huon d'Auvergne. A resumé of the poem indicates the richness of its juridical matter. There are six recognizable categories of legal issues: 1) questions of sovereignty; 2) questions concerning mariage, property, inheritance, accession to power, good government, justice and the procedure for deciding them; 3) rather than discussing the right or the obligation of a woman to manage the household of her husband during his absence, Huon d'Auvergne illustrates the power of a virtuous woman; 4) all the aspects of hell imply juridical questions because they concern eternal punishment; 5) the long-standing question of imperial versus papal sovereignty over Europe; 6) the Crusades. Full citation: Bernstein, Alan E. "Loi divine, loi humaine: grâce et croisade. Huon d'Auvergne (Fin XIe-Début XVe)." Le Trésor de Juslittera http://www.juslittera.com/crbst_62.html.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://http://www.juslittera.com/crbst_62.html
Access Model: Online
Format: Other
Periodical Title: Trésor de Juslittera
Publisher: Trésor de Jusliterra

Questions de théodicée dans Huon d'Auvergne (Article)
Title: Questions de théodicée dans Huon d'Auvergne
Author: Bernstein, Alan E.
Abstract: This paper examines the hypothesis of a conflict between the frame narrative (the drama between Charles Martel and Huon d'Auvergne) and the supposed explanations of the torments of hell. Huon is not guilty of an involuntary sin (that of having unhorsed his disguised lord), a fault that Charles Martel has already pardoned. Rather, he is truly guilty of having humiliated his wife in public-- a fault of which he doesn't have the slightest suspicion. There is thus a gap between the non-sin of which Huon considers himself guilty and the true sin of which he is unaware. There is also a second gap. In spite of the examples of Dantean contrapasso he sees during his visit to the sites of punishment, the basis of Huon's supposed guilt is opposed to the system of punishment in hell. Thus, the questions of justice in Huon's personal history contrast with accepted ideas of intention, of contrition, and theodicy. Since Dante's Inferno demonstrates the justice of divine punition, Huon d'Auvergne does not imitate the moral system of the Florentine poet, but challenges it. Full citation: Bernstein, Alan E. "Questions de théodicée dans Huon d'Auvergne." In «Par deviers Rome m’en renvenrai errant»: Atti del XXème Congrès International de la Societé Rencesvals pour l’étude des épopées romanes (Rome, Italy, 20-25 July 2015). Ed. M. Careri, C. Menichetti, T. Rachetta. Viella, 2017, pp. 485-91.
Year: 2017
Access Model: For purchase in a volume of collected works.
Format: Other
Periodical Title: «Par deviers Rome m’en renvenrai errant»: Atti del XXème Congrès International de la Societé Rencesvals pour l’étude des épopées romanes (Rome, Italy, 20-25 July 2015)
Publisher: Viella

A Contextual Analysis of Two Franco-Italian Manuscripts of the Huon d'Auvergne Romance Epic (Article)
Title: A Contextual Analysis of Two Franco-Italian Manuscripts of the Huon d'Auvergne Romance Epic
Author: McCormick, Stephen P.
Abstract: This study examines two Franco-Italian manuscripts of the Huon d’Auvergne romance epic, Padua, Biblioteca del Seminario Vescovile, MS 32 and the Barbieri fragment, Bologna, Biblioteca dell’Archiginnasio, B. 3489. Using codicological evidence, the discussion connects these two material witnesses to literary trends of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, the period in which the manuscripts were prepared. This article approaches each witness as a unique iteration of the Huon d’Auvergne epic and argues that the Barbieri witness, even though fragmentary, should not be overlooked in an attempt to understand the literary culture of this epic. Full citation: McCormick, Stephen P. "A Contextual Analysis of Two Franco-Italian Manuscripts of the Huon d'Auvergne Romance Epic." Digital Philology, vol. 5, no. 2, 2016, pp. 208-27.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://muse.jhu.edu/article/646705
Access Model: Journal, print or online.
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Digital Philology
Publisher: Digital Philology

Les humanités numériques et la tradition manuscrite de Huon d'Auvergne (Article)
Title: Les humanités numériques et la tradition manuscrite de Huon d'Auvergne
Author: McCormick, Stephen P.
Abstract: This presentation proposes an analysis of the TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) and its role in the creation of a digital edition of Huon d’Auvergne, a Franco-Italian epic. Since the first philological studies of the nineteenth century in the area of Franco-Italian epic, Huon d’Auvergne has presented a series of methodological problems for editors because of the epic’s rich and complex manuscript tradition. Created in 1987, the TEI offers editors an alternative method for approaching manuscript families such as that of Huon d’Auvergne. This discussion aims to identify the advantages and the limits of a digital approach to editing medieval texts. A last objective will be to present a collaborative web site project dedicated to Huon d’Auvergne funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Full citation: McCormick, Stephen P. "Les humanitiés numériques et la tradition manuscrite de Huon d'Auvergne." In «Par deviers Rome m’en renvenrai errant»: Atti del XXème Congrès International de la Societé Rencesvals pour l’étude des épopées romanes (Rome, Italy, 20-25 July 2015). Ed. M. Careri, C. Menichetti, T. Rachetta, Viella, 2017, pp. 571-78.
Year: 2017
Access Model: For purchase in a volume of collected works.
Format: Other
Periodical Title: «Par deviers Rome m’en renvenrai errant»: Atti del XXème Congrès International de la Societé Rencesvals pour l’étude des épopées romanes (Rome, Italy, 20-25 July 2015)
Publisher: Viella

Peregrinatio animae: Cartographic Spaces and Epistemological Debates in the Franco-Italian Huon d'Auvergne (Article)
Title: Peregrinatio animae: Cartographic Spaces and Epistemological Debates in the Franco-Italian Huon d'Auvergne
Author: McCormick, Stephen P.
Abstract: This essay proposes an interpretation of the mercantile and spiritual spaces in the Franco-Italian Huon d'Auvergne romance-epic using fourteenth-century cartographic principles. Central to this reading is the scholastic refashioning of the Dantean Limbo model in the Huon epic. Here, Ptolemy oversees a congregation of Sorbonne professors, depicted as ancient authorities, who are condemned to futile debate and unruly students. This discussion proposes an interpretation that links the epic's criticism of Aristotelianism, and embrace of Neo-platonic epistemology, to the representations of mercantile (portolan) and symbolic (mappamundi) cartographic contours. Full citation: McCormick, Stephen P. "Peregrinatio animae: Cartographic Spaces and Epistemological Debates in the Franco-Italian Huon d'Auvergne." Francigena, vol. 3, 2017, pp. 79-109.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://www.francigena-unipd.com/index.php/francigena/article/view/23
Access Model: Journal online open-access
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Francigena
Publisher: Francigena

Huon d'Auvergne Digital Archive (Web Resources)
Title: Huon d'Auvergne Digital Archive
Author: McCormick, Stephen P
Author: Morgan, Leslie Zarker
Author: Schwam-Baird, Shira
Author: Brooks, Mackenzie
Author: Walsh, Brandon
Abstract: The Huon d'Auvergne Digital Archive is a collaborative scholarly project that presents for the first time to a modern reading audience the Franco-Italian Huon d'Auvergne romance epic. The first phase of the project (January 1, 2014 - August 31, 2017), funded by the generosity of the National Endowment for the Humanities, develops the first version of the Huon digital archive, which includes diplomatic editions of all four extant manuscripts, an accompanying English translation, and a reading interface that demonstrates protocols for textual analysis and comparison of variants. From the initial foundation of phase one, the Huon editorial team will build additional functionality involving high-resolution scans of the four Franco-Italian manuscripts, creating an interactive and linked reading environment. It is our hope that the results of phase one will already be useful to researchers, teachers, and students of medieval epic. A technical report of the project can be found on our GitHub repository.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://huondauvergne.org/
Primary URL Description: Primary web site.
Secondary URL: http://huon-rails.herokuapp.com/
Secondary URL Description: Test web site to try out new set ups and data.


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