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history of Christian-Latin poetry

Raby, F. J. E.

history of Christian-Latin poetry

from the beginnings to the close of the Middle ages

by Raby, F. J. E.

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religious poetry, Latin -- History and criticism,
  • Latin poetry, Medieval and modern -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [461]-489) and index.

    Other titlesChristian-Latin poetry
    Statementby F.J.E. Raby.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPA8056 R3 1953
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 494 p.
    Number of Pages494
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14308836M

    A wealth of historical writing survives from the early church: ecclesiastical histories, memoirs, universal histories and chronicles, biographies, historical fiction, and accounts of the acts of martyrs. This article focuses on works that either illustrate basic trends in early Christian historiography or had a lasting impact on its by: 2. The first four chapters describe basic expectations of a reader of Christian Latin poetry. The fifth chapter places the Hymn in its context within Bede’s Ecclesiastical History. A few pages after Bede records his hymn, Caedmon will recite his own hymn under the watchful eye of Whitby’s Abbess Hild, who was a friend of Aethelthryth.

      Christian Latin poetry from the fourth to sixth centuries was hugely influential on English and French medieval literature. In this, the first substantial overview of this poetry, Carolinne White sets the works in their literary and historical context, including translations Brand: Hendrickson Publishers, Incorporated. The first four chapters describe basic expectations of a reader of Christian Latin poetry. The fifth chapter places the Hymn in its context within Bede's Ecclesiastical History. A few pages after Bede records his hymn, Caedmon will recite his own hymn under the watchful eye of Whitby's Abbess Hild, who was a friend of Aethelthryth.

    Hymn, strictly, a song used in Christian worship, usually sung by the congregation and characteristically having a metrical, strophic (stanzaic), nonbiblical text. Similar songs, also generally called hymns, exist in all civilizations; examples survive, for instance, from ancient Sumer and Greece.   The Revocation of the Edict of Nantes in led to a large diaspora of French Huguenots, known as the ing throughout Europe, many of these Huguenots used their literary and polemical talents in the development of political ideas that would help them in their efforts to return to France, or in their adjustment to living outside of : Francesco Stella.


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Read this book on Questia. I have attempted this sketch in outline of the development of Christian-Latin poetry from its beginnings to the fourteenth century in the hope that it may be of use not only to students of medieval literature, but also to students of the general history of the Middle Ages, who are now being encouraged to devote more attention to the 'cultural' achievements of a.

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In this, the first substantial overview of this poetry, Carolinne White sets the works in their literary and historical context, including translations of over thirty poems and excerpts, many never translated into English before/5. Affective piety is most commonly described as a style of highly emotional devotion to the humanity of Jesus, particularly in his infancy and his death, and to the joys and sorrows of the Virgin Mary.

It was a major influence on many varieties of devotional literature in late-medieval Europe, both in Latin and in the vernaculars. This practice of prayer, reading, and meditation was often.

OCLC Number: Language Note: In English or Latin. Description: xii, pages 26 cm: Other Titles: Christian-Latin poetry. Responsibility: by F.J.E. Raby. Christian Latin poetry from the fourth to sixth centuries was hugely influential on English and French medieval literature.

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been chosen from the large corpus of early Christian Latin poetry to give an idea of the range of subjects treated by poets in the period CE whose motivation to write poetry came from their Christian faith.

Most of the extant poems from this period are lengthy - too long to be included here in their entirety -but where possible I. This volume investigates various exegetical possibilities in Christian Latin poetry during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages.

In the Latin West poetry was mainly associated with the powerful pagan tradition of writers like Vergil and Ovid, and by many poetry was considered to tell lies and provide mere entertainment potentially corrupting the soul. But my apprehensions have fortunately proved groundless, and the year has seen the publication of two books which are a credit to British scholarship--Miss Helen Waddell's The Wandering Scholars (Constable) and Mr.F.

Raby's History of Christian-Latin Poetry (Clarendon Press), and the student of the Latin secular and religious poetry. Christian Latin poetry from the fourth to sixth centuries was hugely influential on English and French medieval literature.

In this, the first substantial overview of this poetry, Carolinne White sets the works in their literary and historical context, including translations of over thirty poems and excerpts, many never translated into English : Taylor And Francis.

The “Retractationes” of St. Augustine is a work unique in the history of ancient bibliography, not to speak of its psychologic interest, a peculiar quality of all Christian literature in the West.

In part, therefore, Christian Latin literature naturally assumes a character of immediate utility. Latin 3 Book List Latin Readings. Latin Readings is designed for intermediate Latin students who have finished working through Latin grammar (using Wheelock’s Latin or Latin Alive.

I-III, or the equivalent) and are ready to practice reading Latin literature. Book Description. Christian Latin poetry from the fourth to sixth centuries was hugely influential on English and French medieval literature. In this, the first substantial overview of this poetry, Carolinne White sets the works in their literary and historical context, including translations of over thirty poems and excerpts, many never translated into English before.

During the Middle Ages the so-called church Latin was to a great extent the language of poetry, and it was only on the advent of the Renaissance that classical Latin revived and flourished in the writings of the neo-Latinists as it does even today though to a more modest extent. To present to the reader an account of Latin poetry in a manner at once methodical and clear is not an easy task; a.

"The present sketch of the history of the secular Latin poetry of the middle ages is in some measure complementary to my History of Christian-Latin poetry published by the Clarendon Press in "--Pref Bibliography: v.

2, p. []Pages: Christian Latin poetry began in all probability with the unmetrical quasi-hexameters of Commodian, now generally dated to the mid-third century CE. The last important figure still writing in the late Roman tradition is Venantius Fortunatus, most of whose works date to the late s and to the s.

Many poems survive from the intervening years, though not all periods were equally by: 1. From inside the book. appears Architrenius author beginning begins Bernard Birria Bishop Blois book Carmina Carmina Burana Christian-Latin Poetry Church classical clear Cohen collection composed course Darius description Deus English famous Faral first Flandria Flora flos found Frederick French Giraldus Cambrensis given A history of.

Christian Latin poetry from the fourth to sixth centuries was hugely influential on English and French medieval literature. In this, the first substantial overview of this poetry, Carolinne White sets the works in their literary and historical context, including translations of over thirty poems and excerpts, many never translated into English before/5(7).A History Of Secular Latin Poetry In The Middle Ages Volume II.

Product Details. Category: books SKU: CIL Title: A History Of Secular Latin Poetry In The Middle Ages Volume II Author: F J E Raby Book binding: Hardcover Publisher: Oxford University Press Year of publication: Condition: GOOD Description.

Rating: % positive.the best general histories of medieval hymns are F. J. E. Raby, A History of Christian-Latin Poetry f/om the Beginnings lo the Close of the Middle Ages, second edition (Oxford, ), and J.

Szovérffy, A Concise History of Medieval Latin Hymnody (Leyden, ).