2 edition of Lupus of Ferrières and the classics. found in the catalog.
Lupus of Ferrières and the classics.
Robert Joseph GariГ©py
Written in English
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Latin Texts and Dissertations in Progress. Allen, Michael I. Department of Classics, University of Chicago. Letters of Lupus of Ferriéres, Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library, Harvard University Press, almost ready for publication.. Barton, William, Department of Greek and Roman Studies, University of Calgary.. A Critical Edition of the Pervigilium Veneris (author unknown). Der westfrankische Moench Lupus von Ferrieres, zeitweise Schuler des Hrabanus Maurus in Fulda, fertigte in den dreissiger Jahren des neunten Jahrhunderts eine systematisch gegliederte Sammlung von Volksrechten und Kapitularien fur den Markgrafen Eberhard von Friaul an. Die den verschiedenen Teilen der Collectio vorangestellten Kapitelverzeichnisse werden in dieser Studie Pages:
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PhD in Classics: Works in Medieval Latin. Biblia Sacra (ed. R. Weber) Ecclesiastes, Liber Psalmorum, Evangelium Marci Augustine Confessions (at least 1,8, and 10); De Civitate De Doctrina Christiana 4 (all in Corpus Christianorum = C.C.) Jerome Episto 22, , and (ed. J. Labourt). CHARLES HENRY BEESON, Lupus of Ferrieres as Scribe and Text Critic. The Mediaeval Acad-emy of America. Publication No. 4. Cambridge, Mass. Cloth. Pp. x+51; folia in facsimile. $ LuPus SERVATUS, Abbot of Ferrieres, has long been justly celebrated as the foremost humanist of the early Middle Ages. A passion for antiquity and a.
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Darien, Conn., Monographic Press, © (OCoLC) Lupus Servatus, also Servatus Lupus (c. – c. ), in French Loup, was a Benedictine monk and Abbot of Ferrières Abbey during the Carolingian dynasty, who was also a member of Charles the Bald's court and a noted theological author of the 9th century.
He is sometimes regarded as the first humanist of the Early Middle Ages because of the quality of his literary style, his love of.
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17 The date and reference to Livy () also proves that Lupus’s interest with that and other Latin Classics ran the whole length and breadth of his carrier as abbot at Ferrières and gently obsessed him as much as property disputes, theological differences, or petitions for help or remedy that led him to address letters to bishops and Author: Michael I.
Allen. This translation ofthe letters of Lupus of Ferrieres is based primarily on the text of Diimmler' s edition, published in the M onumenta Germaniae Historica in In the arrangement of the letters, however, I have followed Levillain who sought to put them in chronological order on the basis ofBrand: Springer Netherlands.
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Nijhoff edition, in EnglishPages: The letters of Lupus of Ferrières / translated [from several languages] with an introduction and notes by Graydon W. Regenos. Author: Lupus Ferrariensis, viaf Regenos, Graydon Wendell (Editor) Publisher: The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, . Description: xii, p.
; 23 1/2 cm. Bibliography: Bibliography: p.  Dewey: /03 Cited by: 6. Lupus recognizes two different spellings for an adjective used to describe a type of book made of papyrus.
Since it is quite impossible to reproduce this literally into another language, I render the words, as does Levillain, by the phrases “of papyrus” and “of paper.”Cited by: 6.
Lupus of Ferrières: Carolingian Scribe and Text Critic Author: Robert J. Gariépy Pages: pp. Cited by: 3. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages N1-XII. PDF. The Letters of Lupus of Ferrières. Graydon W. Regenos.
Pages Back Matter. Pages PDF. About this book. Introduction. This translation ofthe letters of Lupus of Ferrieres is based primarily on the text of Diimmler' s edition, published in the M onumenta Germaniae Historica in.
LUPUS OF FERRIÈRES: LETTER 5, TO EINHARD. Most faithful father Einhard, 1 greetings from Lupus. It is very difficult for me to express to you how pleased I am that you are mindful of me, especially since you a man of great preeminence have gone so far as to honor me by returning my greetings so willingly, although I had hoped to be cheered by a letter from you and to learn to what extent.
This translation ofthe letters of Lupus of Ferrieres is based primarily on the text of Diimmler' s edition, published in the M onumenta Germaniae Historica in In the arrangement of the letters, however, I have followed Levillain who sought to put them in chronological order on the basis of his own previous research published in a series.
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Other articles where Lupus of Ferrières is discussed: textual criticism: From antiquity to the Renaissance: the best scholars, such as Lupus of Ferrières (fl. From abouthowever, a change in attitude is evident, particularly in the West. What is often called the revival of learning was in reality a practical movement to enlist the heritage of classical antiquity in the service.
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Lupus Servatus: | |Lupus Servatus|, also |Servatus Lupus| (|c.| – c. ), in French |Loup|, was a |Ben World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the.The Letters of Lupus of FerrièresMichael I. Allen, University of Chicago Lupus of Ferrières (c. ) was one of the great classical scholars of the Carolingian Renaissance.
His activities as teacher, book-borrower, abbot, and scribe affected the shape and survival of major works we still read.Lupus of Ferrières ( words) [German Version] (c.
– after autumn ), from a west Franconian/Bavarian noble family, was from until his death abbot of Ferrières (archdiocese of Sens), where he had been educated (staying with Rabanus Maurus in Fulda from to ).
He was the court chaplain of Charles the Bald and his adviser in.