3 edition of A thirteenth-century sermon cycle in Oxford, Bodleian MS 471, part II found in the catalog.
A thirteenth-century sermon cycle in Oxford, Bodleian MS 471, part II
Mary E. Eckhart
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A blank in the Bodleian ms. was supplied in by Thomas Hearne from another Oxford ms. Tischendorf’s text is from a recension of three Paris mss., each of the eleventh century. III. Acts of Barnabas.—This book has more an air of truth about it than any of the others. There is not much extravagance in the details, and the geography is. "Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini": a thirteenth- century sermon for Advent and the macaronic style in England, Medieval Studies [Franzen] Franzen, C. The Tremulous Hand of Worcester: a study of Old English in the thirteenth century. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Junius 1. In Stanley, E.G.
discrete lists for each Biblical book. The Saint Victor list has chapter divisions for II Chron - icles otherwise unrecorded in the corpus of manuscripts with modern chapter divisions, but which are present as part of the older «pre-Langton» chaptering of Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Kennicott Medieval Institute Publications at Western Michigan University publishes the TEAMS Middle English Texts series, which is designed to make available texts that occupy an important place in the literary and cultural canon but have not been readily obtainable in student editions. series introduction The focus of Middle English Texts is on Middle English literature adjacent to such major authors.
A collection of pieces primarily in verse, although some prose items may be included. The poems do not have any clear sermon context. This category comprises such famous manuscripts as Bodleian Library, MS. Digby 86; Oxford, Jesus College MS. 29; British Library, MS. Cotton Caligula ; MS. The Middle English texts included are the Hymns of Saint Godric, The Ormulum, two items from Cambridge, Trinity College MS B. 32l Hali Meihad, Ancrene Wisse, lyrics from Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Di The Bestiary from Arundel MS , two items from Oxford, Jesus College MS 29, two from London, British Library, MS Cotton Caligula A.
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A thirteenth-century sermon cycle in Oxford, Bodleian MSpart II by Mary E Eckhart () Maurice de Sully (XII siècle): un grand évêque d'Occident by Marie-Madeleine Martin (Book). The thirteenth century was a crucial period of reform in the English church, during which the church's renewal initiatives transformed the laity.
The vibrant lay religious culture of late-medieval England cannot be understood without considering the re-invigorated Author: William H. Campbell. A thirteenth-century preacher's handbook: Mary Shelley's fair copy book: Bodleian MS.
Shelley adds. 9, though it cannot be the original. Parts I and II of this Middle-English text are republished here as one volume, accompanied with glosses though without introduction. The Bodleian library.
On this manuscript see Anne Hudson and Pamela Gradon (eds), English Wycliffite Sermons, Oxford English Texts, 5 vols (Oxford, –), 1. 87–8; Anne Hudson, ‘The Expurgation of a Lollard Sermon-Cycle’, The Journal of Theological Studies, 22 (), –65; and Anne Hudson, ‘Observations on a Northener’s Vocabulary’, in E.
G Author: Ian Cornelius. Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 4: thirteenth-century sermons, 39,Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley sermon notes and sermons by Gorran, 2, Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley theological works including a Latin Festial, 62Cited by: I and II) from the same English manuscript, evidently a collection of sermons containing material identified in Schneyer’s listing in Repertorium, vol.
7, pp. of the de tempore cycle of the Collectio generalis Fratrum Minorum in Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clmfols rv, a widely circulated set of Franciscan sermons. Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Bodl.
is a collection of homilies and other texts, most by Ælfric, but some by Wulfstan, written in the second half of the twelfth century. 47 It contains many late medieval ‘notae’ throughout that are difficult to date, but suggest that the text was read.
Apart from the marks of ‘nota’ the manuscript. Covering it is a bifolium from a thirteenth-century French crusading romance, La Chanson de Jérusalem (Fig.
3); another bifolium from the same quire is in Bodleian Library, MS Doucewhere the note ‘Anno H [i.e. ] Accompts of Staffordshire’ shows that it served the same function as a wrapper.
Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Bodley is one of the most famous and most sumptuous illuminated manuscripts of the entire Middle Ages. Completed in in Tournai, in what is now Belgium, the manuscript preserves the fullest version of the interpolated Old French Roman d'Alexandre (Romance of Alexander the Great), and some of the most vivid illustrations of any medieval romance, ranking.
‘ The Musical Contexts of Le Tournoi de Chauvency in Oxford, Bodleian MS Douce ’. In Lettres, musique et société en Lorraine médiévale: Autour du Tournoi de Chauvency (Ms. Oxford Bodleian Douce ), ed. Chazan, Mireille and Regalado, Nancy Freeman.
Geneva: Droz, – A thirteenth-century preacher's handbook: though it cannot be the original. Parts I and II of this Middle-English text are republished here as one volume, accompanied with glosses though without introduction.
Posthumous poems of Shelley; Mary Shelley's fair copy book: Bodleian MS. Shelley adds. 9, collated with the. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Translated by J. Smith from Ross’s edition, in The Complete Works of Aristotle, ed.
Barnes, q.v. Also On the Soul [De anima], Parva naturalia, On Breath. Translated by W. Hett from the edition of Biehl (). Loeb Classical Library. Full text of "An Old English miscellany containing a bestiary, Kentish sermons, Proverbs of Alfred, religious poems of the thirteenth century, from manuscripts in the British museum, Bodleian library, Jesus college library, etc" See other formats.
Oxford, Jesus Coll part II. Index number: # (1, 9, –, ). Files: Date: C13b2 (Ker ix, xvi). Text: Two manuscripts have been bound together to form one. The first is C15, paper and vellum, containing a. Horstmann sought Rolle by working outward from the ascriptions in a selected range of northern codices: Cambridge University Library MS Dd.v (and the non-Yorkshire Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson A), British Library, MSS Arundel (a Durham book of the s) and Harleyand parts of Lincoln Cathedral MS But Horstmann erred on.
An Old English miscellany containing a bestiary, Kentish sermons, Proverbs of Alfred, religious poems of the thirteenth century, from manuscripts in the British museum, Bodleian.
Systematic collections, or sermon cycles, contain one or several sermons for each of the occasions that follow the Church's liturgy in a regular order.
1 Thus, a de tempore cycle offers sermons for the Sundays of the year from the first Sunday of Advent to the last (normally the twenty-fifth) Sunday after Trinity. On fol. 35v, which looks like an original outside cover of the book, the name "John" appears many times amid doodles and verse jottings unrelated to the contents of MS Douce A much later owner was late eighteenth-century bibliophile Richard Farmer, master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, whose handwritten sheet catalogue was bound with the.
According to Macray's Annals of the Bodleian Library, Oxford, A. A.D.the Bodleian bought the Codex in from booksellers Payne and Foss. McCray also mentions that Schoenleben's pamphlet was incorporated by De Murr in his Memorabilia Bibliothecarum publicarum Norimbergensium published inpart ii., p.
Marleen Cré and Raphaela Rohrhofer provide ‘An Introduction to Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Don.e’ (JEBS 20 –).
This is a recently rediscovered manuscript containing, among other Middle English texts, a previously unknown copy of The Chastising of God’s Children. 54 Murray, A., ‘ Confession as a historical source in the thirteenth century ’, in Davis, R.
H. C. and Wallace-Hadrill, J. M. (eds), The writing of history in the Middle Ages: essays presented to Richard William Southern, Oxford–10; Gieben, S., ‘ Robert Grosseteste on preaching with the edition of the sermon “Ex rerum.Wyclif and his followers: An Exhibition to mark the th anniversary of the death of John Wyclif, December to AprilBodleian Library Oxford, (Oxford: Bodleian Library, ).
Xiberta, Bartolomé Maria, ‘De institutes Ordinis Carmelitarum quae ad doctrinas philosophorum et theologorum sequendas pertinent’, Analecta Ordinis.The late thirteenth-century manuscript, Oxford, Bodleian Library Di contains a personal anthology of nearly texts in French, English and Latin, including secular literature, devotional material, and texts with practical applications, ranging from medical care for .