5 edition of Aldhelm, the poetic works found in the catalog.
Aldhelm, the poetic works
|Statement||translated by Michael Lapidge and James L. Rosier ; with an appendix by Neil Wright.|
|Contributions||Lapidge, Michael., Rosier, James L.|
|LC Classifications||PA8246.A43 A24 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 274 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||84029781|
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Great deals on Poetry Books Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items! than not. Aldhelm's works are in Aldhelmi Opera, ed. Rudolf Ehwald, MGH, Auctores Antiquissimi 15 (Berlin, ), and in Aldhelm: The Prose Works, ed. and trans. Michael Lapidge and Michael Herren (Ipswich, ), and Aldhelm: The Poetic Works, trans. Michael Lapidge and James L. Rosier (Cambridge, ).
Aldhelm, born c in Wessex, and becoming abbot of Malmesbury and later bishop of Sherborne, was the first English man of letters; up to , his prose writings were the most widely read of any Latin literature produced in Anglo-Saxon England/5. Aldhelm [lower-alpha 1] (c. – 25 May ), Abbot of Malmesbury Abbey, Bishop of Sherborne, Latin poet and scholar of Anglo-Saxon literature, was born before the middle of the 7th is said to have been the son of Kenten, who was of the royal house of Wessex.  He was certainly not, as his early biographer Faritius asserts, the brother of King Ine. .
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Aldhelm: The Poetic Works Paperback – Novem by Michael Lapidge (Translator), James L. Rosier (Translator), Neil Wright (Translator) & 0 more See 5/5(1). The treatise, a lengthy exhortation on virtue addressed to nuns at Barking Abbey, is a fascinating series of exempla drawn from the prodigious range of Aldhelm's knowledge of patristic literature, and tailored to the expectations of a seventh-century Anglo-Saxon female audience.4/5(4).
For three decades now, this translation, together with its sister volume 'The Poetic Works,' has been crucial to Aldhelm studies, and it is good to have both available in paperback. However, there should have been considerably more effort put into correcting errors. Read more/5(2). In each of the poetic genres he essayed, Aldhelm found a host of later imitators, and it is not an exaggeration to say that he was the most influential Latin poet whose works were studied in Anglo-Saxon England; indeed, many surviving Old English poems are simple translations or adaptations of Latin poems by Aldhelm.4/5(4).
Aldhelm can also be considered the best-read of Anglo-Saxon poets, in both senses of the phrase: he read most and was most read. In this first book-length study of Aldhelm's poetic art Andy Orchard traces the sources and models for Aldhelm's idiosyncratic style, as well as the nature and extent of his influence on later Anglo-Latin : Andy Orchard.
Aldhelm can also be considered the best-read of Anglo-Saxon poets, in both senses of the phrase: he read most and was most read. In this first book-length study of Aldhelm's poetic art Andy Orchard. The translation of St.
Aldhelm of Sherborne’s existing prose works in “Aldhelm: The Prose Works”, made by Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Latin scholars Michael Lapidge and Michael Herren, helps provide much needed information for the student of the Anglo-Saxon Church.
The work was originally published in It is as a translation enjoyable and readable, considering the ‘verbosa garrulitas. Make Offer - [Fine Binding] The Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson Macmillan and Co.
The Poetic and Dramatic Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson, Household Edition () $ Aldhelm: The Poetic Works (0) Paperback – 17 Nov. by Michael Lapidge (Translator), James L. Rosier (Translator), Neil Wright (Translator) & 0 more5/5(1). For three decades now, this translation, together with its sister volume 'The Poetic Works,' has been crucial to Aldhelm studies, and it is good to have both available in paperback.
However, there should have been considerably more effort put into correcting errors. 3 /5(2). Aldhelm based many of his riddles on The Hundred Riddles of Symphosius. Poetry. De Laude Virginitatis (the prose De Virginitate), a Latin treatise on virginity addressed to the nuns of the double monastery at Barking, is Aldhelm's best-known work.
After a long preface extolling the merits of virginity, he commemorates a great number of male and female saints. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Around the year Aldhelm, abbot of Malmesbury, wrote a collection of one hundred Latin enigmata or riddles to illustrate the rules of Latin metrics and versification, hoping that through that exercise ‘the rudiments of his small talent’ might grow sufficiently to enable him to write eventually ‘of more important subjects’.Cited by: 1.
Description. Aldhelm’s Latin verse Enigmata or Riddles was widely read and studied in the Middle Ages, both in England and on the -two manuscripts of the work survive (in varying degrees of completeness). There are riddles in the collection, which appear as part of a larger text called Epistola ad Acircium (The Letter to Acircius).
York: The Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records 5. — and E. Dobbie, eds, () The Exeter Book, New York: The Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records 3. Lacy, J., trans, () The Life of St Ambrose by Paulinus, New York. Leander of Seville, () De institutione virginum et contemptu mundi [, ed.], De institutione virginum et contemptu mundi Sti.
Le. Saint Aldhelm (?), the Anglo-Saxon bishop of Sherborne, is best known for his extensive Latin prose and poetry works. A.M. Juster is a poet and translator of classical and post-classical. Aldhelm The Poetic Works Michael Lapidge, James L.
Rosier. This is the first book-length study of the poetic style of Aldhelm of Malmesbury, "the first English man of letters." Aldhelm is one of the earliest Anglo-Saxons whose writings survive, and the first to attempt to compose Latin metrical verse.
Aldhelm: The Poetic Works. Trans. Michael Lapidge and James L. Rosier. Boydell & Brewer, ISBN Aldhelm: The Prose Works. Trans. Michael Lapidge and Michael Herren.
Brewer, ISBN The Riddles of Aldhelm. Text and translation by James Hall Pittman. Yale University Press, LiteraturaDijeceza/eparhija: Sherborne. The standard edition of all Aldhelm’s known works is Ehwald’s (Aldhelm ), which includes a substantial introduction (in Latin) on the manuscripts.
Aldhelm can also be considered the best-read of Anglo-Saxon poets, in both senses of the phrase: he read most and was most read. In this first book-length study of Aldhelm's poetic art Andy Orchard traces the sources and models for Aldhelm's idiosyncratic style, as well as the nature and extent of his influence on later Anglo-Latin verse.Poetry Edit.
Carmen de virginitate (the poetic De Virginitate). Aldhelm wrote a shorter, poetic version of De Laude Virginitatis, which closes with a battle of the virtues against the vices, the De octo principalibus vitiis (first printed by Delrio, Mainz, ).
The two works are what is sometimes called an opus geminatum or "twin work".Born: c. Wessex.ANDY ORCHARD, The Poetic Art of Aldhelm. (Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England, 8.) Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge University Press, Pp. xiii, ; tables. $ Andy Orchard has written a penetrating, eloquent, and original volume on Aldhelm of Malmesbury's Latin poetry.
In his lifetime (ca. ) Aldhelm earned a reputation both.