Title: Kultúra prekladu – reálie z antickej kultúry ako prekladateľský problém
(The Culture of Translation – Ancient Culture Realia as Translation Problem)
Author: Koželová Adriána
Source: Studia Historica Nitriensia, 2016, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 290-296
Abstract: Language skills are not enough to understand a text correctly when translating. The Greeks and Romans left a legacy that is present in the languages of all cultural nations. To understand it properly and then interpret it, it is important to know a broader context. The term realia is Latin for „real things“ and in translation studies, is used to refer to concepts which are found in a given source culture but not in a given target culture. That‘s why the translators need and have to consult with an expert in Classical Philology.
Keywords: Ancient Civilization; Translation of Realia; Transcription;
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