BIBLIOGRAPHY.

The following bibliography is taken from:
Minna Skafte Jensen (ed.): A History of Nordic Neo-Latin Literature. Odense 1995. (Includes both general surveys, studies on select topics, and an extensive bibliography - see below).
An update for the years 1992-96 is published by K. Skovgaard-Petersen and P. Zeeberg in Symbolae Osloenses 72 (1997) 172-84.

Works of reference:

Collections of studies:
General bibliography of Nordic Neo-Latin literature, texts and studies.

Reprinted from: Minna Skafte Jensen (ed.): A History of Nordic Neo-Latin Literature. (Odense 1995) - with the permission of Odense University Press [press@forlag.ou.dk.]

The political power structure in Scandinavia during the 16th through 18th centuries is reflected in the fact that many Icelandic and Norwegian books are to be found in Denmark, many Finnish ones in Sweden. The overwhelming majority of Danish books from th is period are in the Royal Library of Copenhagen, where Neo-Latin works have been integrated in the overall system. In Sweden, however, much Neo-Latin has survived in special collections in the libraries of Uppsala, Stockholm and Linkoeping. In order to f acilitate access to the works described, we have in many cases given brief indications of where to find them.

Abbreviations:

For Finnish dissertations the serial number in Vallinkoski 1967-9 is indicated, and for Finnish orations the serial number in Melander 1915.