5 edition of Insignis sophiae arcator found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Essays in honour of Michael W. Herren on his 65th birthday, Medieval Latin studies in honour of Michael Herren on his 65th birthday|
|Statement||edited by Gernot R. Wieland, Carin Ruff, and Ross G. Arthur.|
|Series||Publications of the Journal of medieval Latin -- 6|
|Contributions||Arthur, Ross Gilbert, 1946-, Wieland, Gernot R. 1946-, Herren, Michael W., Ruff, Carin, 1965-|
|LC Classifications||PA8023 .I57 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 304 p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
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The Hisperica Famina, so strongly associated with Herren, though mentioned only in passing by some of the studies here, provides the half-line which was chosen as the title and the most suitable address to Herren: insignis sophiae arcator – “excellent teacher of wisdom.”.
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Herren, Michael W. Overview. Insignis sophiae arcator: essays in honour of Michael W. Herren on his 65th birthday by Gernot R Wieland (Book) 8 editions published Herren, Michael Wayne Michael Herren Canadian historian.
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Insignis Sophiae Arcator Medieval Latin Studies in Honour of Michael Herren on his 65th Birthday xiv + p., 7 b/w ills., x mm,PJML 6, PB, ISBN€ 55 Michael W.
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Borders and ethnicity in Persia, the Byzantine-Arab border, Carolingian and Ottonian borders, and Rome and the ancient Germans are some of the topics. Most of the contributions draw their resources from archaeology. Not indexed. Distributed by the David Brown Book Company.
([c] Book News, Inc., Portland, OR). " Flumen orationis" in G.R. Wieland, C. Ruff and R.G. Arthur, eds. Insignis sophiae arcator. Medieval Latin Studies in Honour of Michael Herren on his 65th Birthday (Turnhout: Brepols, ), Brighamia insignis, commonly known as ʻŌlulu or Alula in Hawaiian, or colloquially as the vulcan palm or cabbage on a stick, is a critically endangered species of Hawaiian lobelioid in the bellflower family, is native to the islands of Kauaʻi and short-lived perennial species is a member of a unique endemic Hawaiian genus with only one other : Campanulaceae.
Rigg on his 64th Birthday, Publications of the Journal of Medieval Latin 4 (Turnhout, ). with Carin Ruff and RossInsignis Sophiae Arcator: Medieval Latin Studies in Honour of Michael Herren on His 65th Birthday, Publications of the Journal of Medieval Latin 6 (Turnhout, ).
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–92, although this latter publication is focused on John the Old. This article examines the monstrous attributes of the dog-headed St. Christopher and his struggle to convert the pagan king Dagnus in the Old English Passion of St.
Christopher. In section one, Monstrous Bodies, I will look at the saint’s multiple monstrosities as they are represented in the text and analogous sources in order to revisit and. Founded inThe Journal of Medieval Latin is a leading periodical in the field of Medieval Latin Studies.
The Journal encourages new critical editions, translations, and articles covering a broad range. Bruce, Scott. “Hagiography as Monstrous Ethnography: A Note on Ratramnus of Corbie’s Letter Concerning the Conversion of the Cynocephali.” In Insignis Sophiae Arcator: Assays in Honour of Michael W.
Herren on his 65th Birthday, edited by Michael W. Herren, Gernot R. Wieland, Carin Ruff, and Ross Gilbert Arthur, Turnhout: Brepols. The Publications of the Journal of Medieval Latin (PJML) was founded in as a venue for original book-length studies in the general field of Medieval Latin language and literature.
These may include bibliographies, monographs, Festschriften, conference proceedings or other collections, textual studies, and new critical editions with facing-page translations. Click on the title to browse this issue.Insignis sophiae arcator: Medieval Latin Studies in Honour of Michael Herren on his 65th Birthday ‐ Edited by Gernot R.
Wieland, Carin Ruff and Ross G. Arthur Article Jul Brent Miles; () '`Irish Evidence for Shared Sources of Classical Mythology in Anglo-Saxon England and Medieval Ireland'' In: G.R. Wieland, C. Ruff and R.G. Arthur (eds). Insignis sophiae arcator. Essays in Honour of Michael W. Herren on his 65th Birthday.
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