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Título: What’s in a name? : some reflections on naming and identity in prosopography
Autor: Keats-Rohan, K. S. B.
Palavras-chave: Prosopography
Data: 2007
Editora: Centro de Estudos de História Religiosa, Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Citação: KEATS-ROHAN, K. S. B. - What’s in a name? : some reflections on naming and identity in prosopography. In ENCONTRO INTERNACIONAL "CARREIRAS ECLESIÁSTICAS NO OCIDENTE CRISTÃO, SÉC. XII-XIV", Lisboa, 2006 - Carreiras eclesiásticas no ocidente cristão : séc. XII-XIV. Lisboa : Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Centro de Estudos de História Religiosa, 2007. ISBN 978-972-8361-26-6. p. 331-347
Resumo: A prosopography will start from the identification of different individual persons among a mass of name records drawn from the primary sources. Individuals can be discerned even where all or part of the name is missing: for example, “the poor man”, is a person who has been distinguished from others by the description “poor”. But names are normally present in our records, because all human beings have them. They are easy to take for granted, and all too often they are taken for granted even by prosopographers. This paper reflects on the meaning and function of names, and explores their use as descriptions intended to designate and to categorize a single specific individual, even though there may be other persons with the same name. Name evidence is a peculiarly rich resource for the historian, but it cannot be used uncritically but has to be assessed in relation to who recorded the name as we have it – very rarely the name-bearer him/herself –, and how and why.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.14/7443
ISBN: 978-972-8361-26-6
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