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*''Učebnice čtení starých textů''. Praha: Česká genealogická a heraldická společnost v Praze, 2003. (Family History Library book INTL 943.71 G37u).
 
*''Učebnice čtení starých textů''. Praha: Česká genealogická a heraldická společnost v Praze, 2003. (Family History Library book INTL 943.71 G37u).
  
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*Šedivý, Juraj/Pátková, Hana. ''Vocabularium parvum scripturae latinae''. Bratislava: Latin Palaeography Network - Central and Eastern Europe, 2008. (Family History Library book INTL 413 Se28v).                                               This is a dictionary of scholarly terminology. Each word is given in German, Czech, Slovak, Polish, Hungarian, Latvian and Russian. Includes English introduction.  
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*Šedivý, Juraj/Pátková, Hana. ''Vocabularium parvum scripturae latinae''. Bratislava: Latin Palaeography Network - Central and Eastern Europe, 2008. (Family History Library book INTL 413 Se28v).<br>This is a dictionary of scholarly terminology. Each word is given in German, Czech, Slovak, Polish, Hungarian, Latvian and Russian. Includes English introduction.
  
 
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Helpful publications at the Family History Library are:

  • Učebnice čtení starých textů. Praha: Česká genealogická a heraldická společnost v Praze, 2003. (Family History Library book INTL 943.71 G37u).
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  • Šedivý, Juraj/Pátková, Hana. Vocabularium parvum scripturae latinae. Bratislava: Latin Palaeography Network - Central and Eastern Europe, 2008. (Family History Library book INTL 413 Se28v).
    This is a dictionary of scholarly terminology. Each word is given in German, Czech, Slovak, Polish, Hungarian, Latvian and Russian. Includes English introduction.