Introduction to Classical Field Theory
Charles G. Torre
This is an introduction to classical field theory. Topics treated include: Klein-Gordon field, electromagnetic field, scalar electrodynamics, Dirac field, Yang-Mills field, gravitational field, Noether theorems relating symmetries and conservation laws, spontaneous symmetry breaking, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formalisms.
A Chronology of Medieval Historical Narratives
János M. Bak, Ivan Jurković, and Justin Lake
This chronological guide intends to offer a first orientation in the historiography and hagiography of the Middle Ages, from ca. 500 a.d. to ca. 1500 a.d. Its specialty is that—in contrast to most other reference works—it is not organized alphabetically by author and/or title, but chronologically, by centuries. We attempted to list texts written later—or even much later—than the period covered, but containing relevant information on it; however, we do not claim completeness for these long-term titles. In other words: if one wants to know, which chronicles (in the widest sense) and saints’ lives contain a narrative for a given century (and within it more or less exact time span) this guide would list the most important ones all across Europe in the widest sense. It does not attempt to offer critical scholarship, but points to reference works, where that can be found. The selection of works may be called arbitrary: the editors and their collaborators included those texts that they felt were of significance for the history of a period. From the rich treasure of hagiography, our selection is even more restricted. In the case of languages not widely known, we usually included only those narratives that are available in a “Western” language translation.
Online Decreta Regni Mediaevalis Hungariae. The Laws of the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary
János M. Bak
This is the online, revised and updated edition of the five volumes of DRHM published between 1989 and 2013. It contains the complete corpus of statute law of Hungary from 1000 to 1526 AD, and the collection of customary law of 1517 (Tripartitum) for the first time in the Latin original with an annotated English translation.
Foundations of Wave Phenomena: Complete Version
Charles G. Torre
This is the complete version of Foundations of Wave Phenomena. Version 8.3.
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An Introduction to Editing Manuscripts for Medievalists
János M. Bak
A practical guide on the editing of medieval--mainly Latin--manuscripts for editors and users of MSS. It discusses basic issues of textual and manuscript transmission and contains guidelines for the description and textual analysis of manuscripts, the emendation and editing of texts, and a chapter on questions of translation and bi-lingual editions.
An updated and revised version is available in paperback from Gorgias Press: https://www.gorgiaspress.com/introduction-to-working-with-manuscripts-for-medievalists
The Prophetic Key
P. S.G. Watson and A. F. Baker
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