Bedae De Arte Metrica Et De Orthographia Libri

Autore: Saint Bede (the Venerable)
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Arthurian Writers

Autore: Laura C. Lambdin
Editore: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780313346828
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Chronologically arranged entries on more than 30 writers from the Middle Ages to the present trace the pervasive influence of Arthurian legend on world literature.

Bede And The End Of Time

Autore: Peter Darby
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1317175816
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Bede (c. 673-735) was the leading intellectual figure of the Anglo-Saxon Church, and his writings had a profound influence on the development of English Christian thought. Among the many issues he wrote about, eschatology - the study of the day of judgment and the end of time - was a recurring theme. Whilst recent research has furthered our knowledge of this subject in the later Middle Ages, Dr Darby's book provides the first comprehensive analysis of Bede's eschatological thought and its impact upon the Anglo-Saxon period. Taking account of Bede's beliefs about the end of time, this book offers sophisticated insights into his life, his works and the role that eschatological thought played in Anglo-Saxon society. Close attention is given to the historical setting of each source text consulted, and original insights are advanced regarding the chronological sequence of Bede's writings. The book reveals that Bede's ideas about time changed over the course of his career, and it shows how Bede established himself as the foremost expert in eschatology of his age. The eight chapters of this book are organised into three main thematic groups: the world ages framework, Bede's eschatological vision and Bede's eschatological perspective. It will be of interest to those studying early medieval history, theology or literature as well as anyone with a particular interest in Bede and Anglo-Saxon England.

Cyclopaedia Bibliographica

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Catalogue Of The Library Of The Peabody Institute Of The City Of Baltimore

Autore: Johns Hopkins University. Peabody Institute. Library
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Venerabilis Bedae Historiae Ecclesiasticae Gentis Anglorum

Autore: Saint Bede (the Venerable)
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Catalogue Of The Printed Books In The Library Of The British Museum

Autore: Richard Garnett
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The World Of Bede

Autore: Peter Hunter Blair
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521398190
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The World of Bede is an engaging and accessible introduction to the writings and intellectual development of the venerable Bede (d. 735), first historian of the English and one of the greatest scholars of the Middle Ages. Originally published in 1970 and out of print for many years, the book remains a minor classic of historical writing, now made available again for the enjoyment of all those interested in the early medieval world. A new preface and supplementary bibliography by Michael Lapidge have brought the book up to date.

Early Medieval Glosses On Prudentius Psychomachia

Autore: Sinéad O'Sullivan
Editore: BRILL
ISBN: 9004138048
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This book elucidates the significance of glosses on Prudentius' "Psychomachia" in the German or Weitz manuscript tradition. It redirects attention away from the philological concerns of conventional scholarship toward those of mainstream Carolingian and Ottonian intellectual history.

Heaven And Earth In Anglo Saxon England

Autore: Helen Foxhall Forbes
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1317123069
Grandezza: 22,90 MB
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Christian theology and religious belief were crucially important to Anglo-Saxon society, and are manifest in the surviving textual, visual and material evidence. This is the first full-length study investigating how Christian theology and religious beliefs permeated society and underpinned social values in early medieval England. The influence of the early medieval Church as an institution is widely acknowledged, but Christian theology itself is generally considered to have been accessible only to a small educated elite. This book shows that theology had a much greater and more significant impact than has been recognised. An examination of theology in its social context, and how it was bound up with local authorities and powers, reveals a much more subtle interpretation of secular processes, and shows how theological debate affected the ways that religious and lay individuals lived and died. This was not a one-way flow, however: this book also examines how social and cultural practices and interests affected the development of theology in Anglo-Saxon England, and how ’popular’ belief interacted with literary and academic traditions. Through case-studies, this book explores how theological debate and discussion affected the personal perspectives of Christian Anglo-Saxons, including where possible those who could not read. In all of these, it is clear that theology was not detached from society or from the experiences of lay people, but formed an essential constituent part.