2 edition of study of Cotton Vitellius D xvii and the Old English life of Saint Pantaleon. found in the catalog.
study of Cotton Vitellius D xvii and the Old English life of Saint Pantaleon.
Joana Angela Soliva
Thesis (M.Phil.), - University of Manchester, Department of English.
|Contributions||University of Manchester. Department of English.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||266|
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‘The Old English Life of Saint Pantaleon’ (in Hall, ed., pp. 61–), in MS London, British Library, Cotton Vitellius , is edited by Pulsiano along with the Anglo-Latin version of the narrative which is closest to the probable source of the Old English. Buy Effective Study by Francis Pleasant Robinson online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $1,
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In London, British Library, MS Cotton Vitellius D XVII. This manuscript was produced in the first half of the eleventh century in England and contains mainly ^Elfrician saints' lives. The manuscript context may furnish some information about why the Old English Life of Saint Pantaleon is.
The Nowell Codex is the second of two manuscripts comprising the bound volume Cotton MS Vitellius A XV, one of the four major Anglo-Saxon poetic is most famous as the manuscript containing the unique copy of the epic poem addition to this, it contains first a fragment of The Life of Saint Christopher, then the more complete texts Wonders of the East and Letters of.
British Library Cotton Vitellius C III., Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile, 27 (Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger, ) de Vriend, Hubert Jan, ed., The Old English Herbarium and Medicina de Quadrupedibus, EETS, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ).
Just recently, the British Library digitized the oldest such volume, a thousand-year-old illuminated manuscript known as the Cotton MS Vitellius C III. The book, writes the British Library's Alison Hudson, "is the only surviving illustrated Old English herbal, or book describing plants and their uses." (The sole condition note: "leaves damaged.
Cotton Vitellius A. The Southwick Codex 1 - The Soliloquia of St. Augustine 2 - The Gospel of Nicodemus 3 - The Debate of Solomon and Saturn 4 - St. Quintin Homily (ending lost) The Nowell Codex 1 - The Life of St. Christopher (beginning lost) 2 - The Wonders of the East 3 - Alexander's Letter to Aristotle 4 - Beowulf 5 - Judith.
Religious Prose and Pastoral Texts Date: s. xii med Summary: Now bound as part of the composite codex containing Beowulf, Part 1 of Vitellius A. xv contains four textual items from fols of the texts is a freely adapted version of earlier English exemplars, the first being the Soliloquia of St.
Augustine, attributed in a colophon to King Alfred (Endter ). Manuscript: BL Cotton Vitelliusfols. 11–85 Information; Descriptions (2) Manuscript Images (4) Hands (7) Description (from Gneuss, Handlist of Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts) Cotton Vitellius Other information Catalogue Numbers G.
Current location British Library Current Shelfmark British Library Cotton Vitellius Summary Title John Washington, Collectiones Creation Date Start Creation Date End Creation Date Statement early 15th century Collation Formula Pages / Folios ii+89 f Page: Lines Columns Volume: Height 25 cm Width 20 cm Binding British Museum, mid 19th.
The present study analyzes Suetonius’ method of constructing his por-trait of Vitellius through the use of emblematic scenes. In what follows, I will enlarge on the theme of disparity between Vitellius’ private life and public station to demonstrate that it is a staple of Suetonius’ biography.
I shall be. The sole manuscript containing the Old English epic poem BEOWULF is the British Museum manuscript Cotton Vitellius It is thus designated because it was from the collection of the antiquarian Sir Robert Bruce Cotton (–), and was found in the bookshelf beneath a bust of the Roman emperor Vitellius.
The Old-English 'Life of Saint Pantaleon' and its manuscript context (An examination of the relationship between Latin and Old-English versions for the Anglo-Saxon audience) Article Sep The Beowulf manuscript, described in detail, together with no.by Förster see also Sisam(, 65), and Rypins The margins were damaged in the fire ofwith loss of a few words at the top and in the outer part of many leaves: the loss is greater than in no.
owing to the greater width of the written space. In the British Library there is a surviving manuscript, written in Old English, of The Life of St Pantaleon (British Library, MS Cotton Vitellius D XVII), dating from the early eleventh century, possibly written for Abbot Ælfric of : c.Nicomedia.
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Beowulf Reproduced in Facsimile From the Unique Manuscript British Museum MS. Cotton Vitellius A. XV (Early English Text Society)Author: Julius Zupitza and Norman Davis.
In the 19th century the British Museum repaired the books damaged by the fire, by which time much of the text of Beowulf had crumbled away from the edges of the pages. ByCotton Vitellius A. was rebound mounted on paper frames that help slow the deterioration of the edges of the pages.
Editions and Facsimiles. England In the British Library there is a surviving manuscript, written in Saxon Old English, of The Life of St Pantaleon (British Library, MS Cotton Vitellius D XVII), dating from the early eleventh century, possibly written for Abbot Ælfric of Eynsham.
Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Pamela Robinson. Vitellius, Aulus (ô`ləs vĭtĕl`ēəs), A.D. 15–A.D. 69, Roman emperor (A.D. 69). He was made commander of the legions on the lower Rhine by Galba Galba (Servius Sulpicius Gal.
Suetonius has often been used as if he were an historian, and at the same time criticised for not being one. Proud, Joana: The Old English 'Life of Saint Pantaleon' and its manuscript context. () Teresi, Loredana: An electronic investigation of the language in MSS London, British Library, Cotton Faustina and Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, ().
Beowulf. Autotypes of the unique Cotton MS. Vitellius A 15 in the British Museum. With a transliteration and notes by Julius Zupitza by British Museum. MSS. (Cottonian Vitellius A. 15); Zupitza, Julius, Pages: Riding over the field of Bedriacum, a few days after the battle which gave him the empire, Ap 69; to this detestable remark he added, “especially of a fellow-citizen” (et melius civis).—SUETONIUS: vices and cruelty having made him universally hated, he was dragged out of his palace and along the Via Sacra by the soldiery of Vespasian, subjected to the most contemptuous.Cotton Vitellius and Cotton Tiberius B.v, is a catalog of wonders, marvelous people, creatures and things to be found in “the East”: that is, men without heads, women with tails, dragons and ants as big as dogs.1 It is easy to read these texts and illustrations—as File Size: KB.