Journal Peritia , vol. 22-23

Peritia - Journal of the Medieval Academy of Ireland, Volume 22-23 (2011-2012)

  • Pages: 416 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Illustrations:12 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2013


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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    THE ISLES AND THE CONTINENT

    David A. E. Pelteret: Diplomatic elements in Willibrord’s autobiography

    John J. Contreni: ‘Old orthodoxies die hard’: Herwagen’s Bridferti Ramesiensis Glossae

    Carl I. Hammer: ‘Holy entrepreneur’: Agilbert, a Merovingian bishop between Ireland, England and Francia

    MARIOLOGY

    Peter Weeda: The Irish, the Virgin Mary, and Proclus of Constantinople

    IRISH VERNACULAR LITERATURE

    Peter J. Smith: Irish synchronistic poem on emperors and kings

    Marion Deane: From knowledge to acknowledgement: Feis Tige Becfholtaig

    David Howlett: Gematria in Irish verse

    David Howlett: The Old-Irish hymn ‘Brigit bé bithmaith’

    MANUSCRIPT HISTORY

    Alexander O’Hara: Columbanus and Jonas: new textual witnesses

    Donnchadh Ó Corráin: What happened Ireland’s medieval manuscripts?

    KINGS AND KINGDOMS

    Paul MacCotter: Túath, manor and parish: the kingdom of Fir Maige, the cantred of Fermoy

    Paul MacCotter: Drong and dál as synonyms for óenach

    PATTERNS OF THE PAST

    Kaaren Moffat: The ‘grammar of legibility’: word separation in ogam

    Niall Brady & al.: Unravelling medieval landscapes from the air

    John Bradley: The precinct of St John’s Priory, Kilkenny, at the close of the middle ages

    REVIEW ARTICLE

    Katja Ritari: Liturgy, and asceticism: recent works on early Irish theology

    REVIEWS

    Leofranc Holford Stevens / Immo Warntjes, The Munich Computus: text and translation: Irish computistics between Isidore of Seville and the Venerable Bede and its reception in Carolingian times

    Leofranc Holford Stevens / Michael W. Herren, The cosmography of Aethicus Ister: edition, translation, and commentary

    A. O’Hara / James T. Palmer, Anglo-Saxons in a Frankish world, 690–900

    William Sayers / Joseph Falaky Nagy (ed), Identifying the ‘Celtic’; Joseph Falaky Nagy (ed), Myth in Celtic literatures; Joseph F. Eska (ed), Law, literature and society: Christina Chance, Aled Llion Jones, Matthieu Boyd, Edyta Lehmann-Shriver & Sarah Zeiser (ed), Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 26–27

    Paul Byrne / Fiona Edmonds & Paul Russell (ed), Tome: studies in medieval Celtic history and law in honour of Thomas Charles-Edwards

    Michael Enright / Paul J. E. Kershaw, Peaceful kings: peace, power and the early medieval political imagination

    Máirín Mac Carron / Peter Darby, Bede and the end of time

    Thomas O’Loughlin / Pádraig Ó Riain (ed), A martyrology of four cities: Metz, Cologne, Dublin, Lund

    Tomás Ó Carragáin / David H. Jenkins, Holy, holier, holiest; the sacred topography of the early medieval Irish church