2 edition of Physiologus latinus versio y found in the catalog.
Physiologus latinus versio y
|Statement||edited by Francis J. Carmody.|
|Series||University of California publications in classical philology,, v. 12, no. 7|
|Contributions||Carmody, Francis J. 1907- ed.|
|LC Classifications||PA25 .C3 vol. 12, no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. 1., p. 95-134.|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||a 41002431|
The Old English Physiologus. Text and prose translation by Albert Stanburrough Cook; verse translation by James Hall Pitman by Cook, Albert S. (Albert Stanburrough), ; Pitman, James Hall, Pages: Physiologus Latinus Versio B (Paris, ), and his "Physiologus Latinus Versio Y," University of California Publications in Classical Philology, xii (), ; and Sbordone's edition of Greek texts, Physiologus (Milan, ). By comparison with these .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Physiologus. Latin. Physiologus latinus versio y. Berkeley, Los Angeles, University of California Press, The Physiologus had widespread influence in both eastern and western writings, and the Armenian version is one of the oldest and most faithful witnesses.
In addition, the "revised diplomatic edition" of the parallel Greek and Armenian texts based on the mentioned manuscripts, regards variant readings which bring the two texts close to each. Physiologus latinus versio y Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Click Download or Read Online button to get physiologus book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Physiologus Latinus Versio Y (University of California Press, University of California Publications in Classical Philology, ) Physiologus Latinus: Éditions préliminaires versio B (Paris: Librairie E.
Droz, ). The Physiologus is a didactic Christian text written or compiled in Greek by an unknown author, in Alexandria; its composition has been traditionally dated to the 2nd century AD by readers who saw parallels with writings of Clement of Alexandria, who is asserted to have known the text, though Alan Scott has made a case for a date at the end of the 3rd or in the 4th century.
Physiologus The Physiologus is a collection of moralized beast tales. It was one of the most popular books of Physiologus latinus versio y book Middle Ages, appearing in most of the vernacular languages of Europe, as well as Greek (its original language) and Latin.
It was the basis of the later bestiaries, which added to the stock of stories and to the moralizations. TITUS Text collection: Phys.
Physiologus The Latin Version (Extract parallel to the OHG version) On the basis of the edition in Emil Elias Steinmeyer, Die kleineren althochdeutschen Sprachdenkmäler, Berlin: Weidmann (Neudruck) Text entry by Thomas Klein, Bonn, ; TITUS version by Jost Gippert, Frankfurt a/M, Text: 1.
Physiologus latinus versio y, edited by Francis J. Carmody, Berkeley et Los Angeles, University of California Press (University of California Publications in Classical Philology, ),p.
The Medieval Book of Birds, Hugh of Fouilloy's Aviarium, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies vol, Binghampton, Cook A.S., The Old English Elene, Phoenix and Physiologus. THE DATE OF THE PHYSIOLOGUS BY ALAN SCOTT Most scholars date the Physiologus toward the end of the second cen- tury,' sometimes quite confidently.' This is based on the following argu- ments: 1) that the manuscript tradition does not allow any date later than the second century; 2) the Physiologus was used by Clement of Alexandria; 3) the heterodox ("gnostic") nature of the text suggests an.
Physiologus Latinus Versio Y. University of California Publications in Classical Philology, 12, 95– Clark, W. (Ed. and Trans.) (). The medieval book of Cited by: 5. The latter codex, also known as the Exeter Book, contains a verse Physiologus (fols.
95v–98r) in Old English. Physiologus Latinus Versio Y. F J Carmody; The book of beasts Grundriss zur Author: Michael Drout. The Exeter Book was compiled in an uneasy social context, and these self-interpreted poems maybe considered in light of two major currents of late tenth- and early eleventh-century English history: 1) the reign of Edgar and the fallout from the succession dispute on his death, and 2) the Benedictine attempts to reform the monastic system with respect to both property and clergy.
One of the most popular and widely read books of the Middle Ages, Physiologus contains allegories of beasts, stones, and trees both real and imaginary, infused by their anonymous author with the spirit of Christian moral and mystical teaching.
Accompanied by an introduction that explains the origins, history, and literary value of this curious text, this volume also reproduces twenty woodcuts Cited by: Carmody, F. (Ed.). Physiologus latinus versio sity of California Publications in Classical Philology,95– Google ScholarCited by: 2.
PHYSIOLOGUS. Physiologus, composed in or near Egypt in the 2d century a.d., was the most widely known animal book during the Middle author had before him unidentified descriptions of creatures known to classical literature (the phoenix, the sirens, the fox) and others deriving from accounts from India, Africa, and Asia the short descriptions of physical traits of animals and.
Abstract. This paper is aimed at describing the presence of the Latin Physiologus in the Liber a brief introduction to the Latin Physiologus and a census of the Liber Glossarum items drawn on it, two noteworthy attitudes of the Liber Glossarum are outlined: distrust in the Physiologus stories, clearly expressed at least for the items up to section FE, and no interest in Author: Silvia Gorla.
Physiologus Latinus: Versio B. Paris: Droz. Google Scholar. Carmody, Francis J. (ed.). “Physiologus Latinus Versio Y”. University of California Publications in Classical Philology 95– Google Scholar. Carmody, Francis J. “Quotations in the Latin Physiologus from Latin Bibles Earlier than the Vulgate”.Author: Mercedes Salvador-Bello, Mar Gutiérrez-Ortiz.
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the Physiologus-the popular collection of animal lore and Christian moralizations probably composed in Greek at Alexandria around the second century A.
D.-is found in Professor Francis J. Carmody's edition, Physiologus Latinus, Versio B.' The manu-script of this version dates from the eighth or ninth century. The.Nel Prologus al suo Liber de natura rerum ( ca ca.), il domenicano Tommaso di Cantimpré elenca le 15 fonti principali del suo lavoro.
Al penultimo posto di tale lista, egli pone il Physiologus, descrivendolo come come un’auctoritas “abbastanza succinta e utile in diverse occasioni”. Partendo da questa indicazione, il presente articolo indaga quindi due aspetti di questo Author: Mattia Cipriani.