Interpretatio, sive versio vel minus saepe translatio, est textus ex una lingua in aliam versus, vel actio textus vertendi. Primum monumentum litterarum Latinarum est interpretatio Odysseae a Livio Andronico scripta; fabulae Plauti Terentique quasi interpretationes sunt fabularum Comoediae Novae Graecae.[1]

Sanctus Hieronymus Biblia Sacra Latine vertens, a Luca Cranach maiore anno 1526 pictus

Sanctus Hieronymus inter clarissimos interpretatores nominari debet, qui Biblia Sacra ex linguis Hebraica et Graeca Latine vertit; fere undecim saecula postea, Martinus Lutherus ea iterum in sermone patrio (Theodisco) vertit. Gualterius Benjamin textum Scripturarum, qui interpretationem inter lineas habet, quasi paradigmum et exemplar omnium interpretationum esse dixit.[2]

Nexus interni

NotaeRecensere

  1. Vide Goldberg 2005:1.
  2. Die Aufgabe des Übersetzers, hoc est Labor Interpretatoris, in Schulte et Biguenet 1992:82.

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