Journal The Journal of Medieval Latin, vol. 4

The Journal of Medieval Latin 4/1994

  • Pages: 220 p.
  • Size:160 x 250 mm
  • Language(s):English, Latin
  • Publication Year:1994

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-50411-7
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    P.Dronke, Andreas Capellanus (the J.R.O'Donnell Lecture for 1993), M.Roberts, Saint Martin and the Leper: Narrative Variation in the Martin Poems of Venantius Fortunatus, D.Townsend, The Vita Sancti Fredemundi of Henry of Avranches, G.Knappe, On Rhetoric and Grammar in the Hisperica famina, J.M.Pizarro, Images of Church and State from Sulpicius Severus to Notker Balbulus, S.Echard, Iubiter et Iuno: an Anglo-Latin Mythographic Poem, W.Marx, The 'Quis dabit' of Oglerius de Tridino, C.Conybeare, Rereading Saint Patrick.

    Contents: Articles: David Townsend, The Vita Sancti Fredemundi of Henry of Avranches Joaquin Martinez Pizarro, Images of Church and State: From Sulpicius Severus to Notker Balbulus Catherine Conybeare, Re-Reading St. Patrick Peter Dronke, "Andreas Capellanus" Maura K. Lafferty, Mapping Human Limitations: The Tomb Ecphrases in Walter of Châtillon's Alexandreis Michael Roberts, St. Martin and the Leper: Narrative Variation in the Martin Poems of Venantius Fortunatus Sian Echard, "Iubiter et Iuno": An Anglo-Latin Mythographic Poem, edited from Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Digby 64 and British Library MS Cotton Vespasian E.xii C. W. Marx, The Quis dabit of Oglerius de Tridino, Monk and Abbot of Locedio Gabriele Knappe, On Rhetoric and Grammar in theHisperica famina Reviews: Ronald E. Pepin, Scorn for the World: Bernard of Cluny's "De Contemptu mundi." The Latin Text with English Translation and an Introduction (Jill Mann) Edoardo D'Angelo, Indagini sulla tecnica versificatoria nell'esametro del Waltharius (Dennis M. Kratz) Siân Echard and Claire Fanger, ed. and trans. The Latin Verses in the "Confessio Amantis": An Annotated Translation (Michael W. Twomey) Liutprand of Cremona, Relatio de legatione Constantinopolitana, ed. and trans. Brian Scott (Peter L. D. Reid) Frances Beer, Women and Mystical Experience in the Middle Ages, and Anne L. Clark, Elisabeth of Schönau: A Twelfth-Century Visionary (Nicholas Watson)