Book Series Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis , vol. 223A

Thomas Gallus

Glose super angelica ierarchia

Accedunt indices ad Thomae Galli Opera

Declan Lawell (ed)

  • Pages: 273 p.
  • Size:155 x 245 mm
  • Language(s):Latin, English
  • Publication Year:2011

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-54139-6
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Review(s)

"Lawell's texts are well produced, carefully copy-edited and simply presented. They will provide Gallus scholars with an invaluable set of tools." (Timothy Budde, in: The Journal of Medieval Latin, 23, 2013, p. 360-366)

Summary

The Victorine and later Abbot of Vercelli, Thomas Gallus (†1246) was renowned for his affective interpretation of the writings of Dionysius the Pseudo-Areopagite. His writings played a major part in the re-discovery of Dionysius in the thirteenth century, and in the general development of western mysticism, for example through his teaching on the “spark of synderesis”. In this volume, Gallus’s Glosses on the Celestial Hierarchy and his major commentary on the whole Dionysian corpus, the Explanatio, are edited in their entirety for the first time.

Declan Lawell currently teaches in The Blue Coat School, Liverpool.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Thomas Gallus (Thomas Vercellensis, Thomas de Sancto Victore) — Glossae super Dionysii Angelica hierarchia — ed. D.A. Lawell