Nova De Veteribus

Le manuscrit 99 de Saint - Arnoul ( perdu ; décrit sommairement dans le catalogue envoyé en 1673 par dom Joseph Homassel à ... Die Briefe des Abtes Walo von St. Arnulf vor Metz ( MGH , Studien und Texte , 10 ) , Hannover 1995 , p .

Author: Andreas Bihrer

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 3598730152

Category: Latin literature, Medieval and modern

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Der Band vereint mehr als 60 Beiträge, in denen der große internationale Freundes-, Kollegen- und Schülerkreis des Freiburger Mittellateiners überraschende Neufunde präsentiert, zentrale literarische Werke neu beleuchtet und methodisch innovativ Zugang zu Texten der klassischen, mittelalterlichen und neuzeitlichen Latinität erschließt. Entsprechend den weitgespannten Arbeitsgebieten des Geehrten finden sich darunter Studien zu Paläographie, Kodikologie, Bibliotheksgeschichte, Theologie, den Artes liberales, der Visionsliteratur, der Geschichte und zur Interdependenz der Volkssprachen mit dem Lateinischen.

Arbor amoena comis

Es handelt sich um den achten Brief des Walo von Metz ?, der in der zweiten Hälfte des 11. Jahrhunderts lange Jahrzehnte als Abt von St.Arnulf / Metz fungierte . Darüber hinaus tritt uns Walo auch in den siebziger Jahren des nämlichen ...

Author: Ewald Könsgen

Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag

ISBN: 3515056254

Category: History

Page: 328

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Aus dem Inhalt: H.D. Bork: Der Mythos vom Schw�chetod des lateinischen Futurs � J. Kueppers: Zu Eigenart und Rezeptionsgeschichte der antiken Fabeldichtung � U. Nonn: Ein merowingischer Pr�tendent des VI. Jhs. � T.A.-P. Klein: Kritische Nachlese zur ,Sylloge Elnonensis� � D. Schaller: Pippins Heimkehr vom Avarensieg (Angilbert. Carm. 1) � H. Hemgesberg: Gab es zu Karls des Gro�en Grabtitulus eine Vorlage? � R. Schieffer: Hinkmar und die Dichter � E. K�nsgen: Fragment einer Sequenz mit doppeltem Kursus � M. Lawo: ,Gesta Berengarii� und ,Waltharius� � P. Dinter: Die Armenfuersorge in Bischofsviten des 10. bis 12 Jhs. � B. Schuette: Zum Lebenswandel Heinrichs IV. � C. Ratkowitsch: Io und Europa bei Baudri von Bourgeuil � D. Shanzer: A new prologue for the ,De planctu nature� � S. Linscheid-Burdich: Spiele mit der Erwartung im Carmen 13 der Arundelsammlung � R. Lenzen: Sodomitenschelte. Eine Invektive des Serlo von Bayeux? � A. Schmitt: Der gerittene Aristoteles. Ein Motiv misogyner Dichtung bei Matheus von Boulogne � L. Wirth-Poelchau: Zum �M�nch von Heisterbach� � F. Neininger: Caesarius von Heisterbach in Walberberg � M. Wesche: Eberhard von Heisterbach: ,Betel� � J. M�tsch: Der Dauner Hof zu Endenich bei Bonn � u.a.

Paths to Kingship in Medieval Latin Europe c 950 1200

Die Briefe des Abtes Walo von St. Arnulf vor Metz, MGH Epistolae, ed. Bernd Schütte (Hanover, 1995). Briefsammlungen der Zeit Heinrichs IV., MGH Epistolae, ed. Carl Erdmann and Norbert Fickermann (Hanover, 1977).

Author: Björn Weiler

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781009006224

Category: History

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Medieval Europe was a world of kings, but what did this mean to those who did not themselves wear a crown? How could they prevent corrupt and evil men from seizing the throne? How could they ensure that rulers would not turn into tyrants? Drawing on a rich array of remarkable sources, this engaging study explores how the fears and hopes of a ruler's subjects shaped both the idea and the practice of power. It traces the inherent uncertainty of royal rule from the creation of kingship and the recurring crises of royal successions, through the education of heirs and the intrigue of medieval elections, to the splendour of a king's coronation, and the pivotal early years of his reign. Monks, crusaders, knights, kings (and those who wanted to be kings) are among a rich cast of characters who sought to make sense of and benefit from an institution that was an object of both desire and fear.

Herman the Archdeacon and Goscelin of Saint Bertin

Miracles of St Edmund Herman (the Archdeacon), Goscelin (of Saint-Bertin) Tom Licence. Spicilegium Solesmense complectens ... R. Arnold (2 vols.; RS lxxv, 1882–5). ... Walo of Metz, Die Briefe des Abtes Walo von St. Arnulf vor Metz, ed.

Author: Tom Licence

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199689194

Category: History

Page: 544

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Brand new edited translations of the Miracles of St Edmund; two major Latin miracle collections compiled by Herman the Archdeacon, and an anonymous hagiographer who, Licence proposes, was Goscelin of Saint-Bertin

Vom Umbruch zur Erneuerung

Die Benediktinerabtei St. Arnulf zu Metz im hohen und späten Mittelalter ( Trierer Historische Forschungen 21 ) , Trier 1993 , S. 24–31 ; SCHÜTTE , Bernd : Die Briefe des Abtes Walo von St. Arnulf vor Metz ( MGH Studien und Texte 10 ) ...

Author: Jörg Jarnut

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105122540011

Category: Church history

Page: 640

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Mediaevistik

Von ihm sind acht Briefe erhalten , die bislang nur in barocken bzw. auf diese zurückgehenden Ausgaben vorlagen . ... Peter Dinzelbacher Bernd Schütte , Die Briefe des Abtes Walo von St. Arnulf vor Metz ( Monumenta Germaniae Historica ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105020950627

Category: Civilization, Medieval

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Religion and Politics in the Middle Ages Religion und Politik im Mittelalter

92 See, though, Walo of St Arnulf exhorting Udo of Hildesheim to attend the royal court, as he would then more easily be able to offer moral advice: Die Briefe des Abtes Walo Von St Arnulf vor Metz, ed. Bernd Schütte (MGH Studien und ...

Author: Ludger Körntgen

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110262049

Category: History

Page: 234

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The increased interest in religion as a phenomenon and its various cultural contexts is encouraging a focus on the relationship between religion and politics. However, the political relevance of the religious and the interdependence between political and religious spheres has always been a major area of medieval research. The articles in this volume consider not only the principle inseparability of both spheres as previously established by research, but also the beginnings of a differentiation and relative autonomy of religion and politics within the framework of a comparison between Germany and the United Kingdom. This allows the identification of restrictions within the research traditions that are due to national histories and points to ways of overcoming these restrictions.

Before the Gregorian Reform

322–25; Hildbrand is described as a “vir de plebe” by Abbot Walo of St-Arnulf of Metz, Epist. i, ed. Bernd Schütte, Die Briefe des Abtes Walo von St. Arnulf von Metz, MGH Studien und Texte 10 (Hannover: Hahn, 1995), 51–52, though on the ...

Author: John Howe

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9781501703706

Category: History

Page: 372

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Historians typically single out the hundred-year period from about 1050 to 1150 as the pivotal moment in the history of the Latin Church, for it was then that the Gregorian Reform movement established the ecclesiastical structure that would ensure Rome’s dominance throughout the Middle Ages and beyond. In Before the Gregorian Reform John Howe challenges this familiar narrative by examining earlier, "pre-Gregorian" reform efforts within the Church. He finds that they were more extensive and widespread than previously thought and that they actually established a foundation for the subsequent Gregorian Reform movement. The low point in the history of Christendom came in the late ninth and early tenth centuries—a period when much of Europe was overwhelmed by barbarian raids and widespread civil disorder, which left the Church in a state of disarray. As Howe shows, however, the destruction gave rise to creativity. Aristocrats and churchmen rebuilt churches and constructed new ones, competing against each other so that church building, like castle building, acquired its own momentum. Patrons strove to improve ecclesiastical furnishings, liturgy, and spirituality. Schools were constructed to staff the new churches. Moreover, Howe shows that these reform efforts paralleled broader economic, social, and cultural trends in Western Europe including the revival of long-distance trade, the rise of technology, and the emergence of feudal lordship. The result was that by the mid-eleventh century a wealthy, unified, better-organized, better-educated, more spiritually sensitive Latin Church was assuming a leading place in the broader Christian world. Before the Gregorian Reform challenges us to rethink the history of the Church and its place in the broader narrative of European history. Compellingly written and generously illustrated, it is a book for all medievalists as well as general readers interested in the Middle Ages and Church history.

Analecta Cartusiana

Als Gregor seine Briefe an Hugo von Cluny und Manasses schrieb , wußte er nicht , daß - S . Remi schon ein neues Haupt bekommen hatte in der Person des Abtes Walo " von St. Arnulf in Metz " . Daß Walo schon einige Zeit vor dem 30.

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ISBN: OSU:32435022607238

Category: Middle Ages

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German books in print

... Peter Walstreet - London , Jack : Der Wolf von Wallstreet Wallstreet Samurai - Hoover , Thomas Wolther , Alfred H ... Hermann : Die Reise von Walo und Hüpfner Walo Schutte , Bernd : Die Briefe des Abtes Walo von St. Arnulf vor Metz ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105011998114

Category: Catalogs, Publishers'

Page: 2018

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