[PW] Online Lexicon of Latin legal terms from the16th century?

WOODRUFF, KEVIN kwoodruff3540 at bryan.edu
Thu Jun 21 10:34:00 PDT 2018


On Thu, Jun 21, 2018 at 12:41 PM, Elizabeth Barksdale <
ebarksdale at udallas.edu> wrote:

> Hello,
> If anyone has the time and inclination to take a look at this one, I'd
> appreciate it. I've looked for awhile and the patron's said it's not this
> site: http://capricorn.bc.edu/siepm/toolbox.html#diclat. Her question and
> what she remembers about this resource are below--  thanks!
> Liz
> ---
> I am working on translating some records from the House of Lords from 1534.
> It would be immensely helpful if I had a Latin dictionary of legal terms
> from the 16th century. I know I ran across something like this in the past
> year online, but I can’t for the life of me remember what I was doing to
> find it. Do you think you could track something down for me?
> The resource I’m thinking of was a whole collection of esoteric lexicons
> that someone had compiled on a badly formatted website. It was cumbersome,
> but searchable. I don’t know if it would have the specific one I need, but
> it had similar ones from what I remember anyway. It’s ok if you can’t
> conjure the one I have in my head, if you can only find something like a
> 16th century legal lexicon (which will naturally be in latin, as was the
> custom).
> --
> Liz Barksdale
> Head Reference Librarian
> University of Dallas, Irving, TX
> 972-7215350
> ebarksdale at udallas.edu
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