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After Gibb's declaration, medievalists came out of the woodwork to dispute his findings, saying the abbreviation theory did not add up to grammatically correct Latin and did not make sense.
However, some medievalists and scientists are now looking back to history for clues to inform the search for new antibiotics.
Collins points out that medievalists studying copying errors in manuscripts have long used the same phylogenetic programs that evolutionary biologists use to study how DNA mutations appear over time.
In many ways, Christopher Tolkien’s editorial projects resemble the textual criticism practices of medievalists.
For this restraint medievalists should be thankful, and the critics should be a little more forgiving.
To Tolkien the medievalist, Icelandic sagas and thousand-year-old poems like Beowulf were the finest literature ever written.
In May 1979, while graduate students at the University of Pennsylvania, Pace, a painter, and his best friend, Richard, a medievalist, travel to Central America.
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