St Cuthbert, his Cult and his Community to AD 1200
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Titel: St Cuthbert, his Cult and his Community to AD 1200
80 Illustrations, black and white.
80 Illustrations, black and white.
Boydell & Brewer Ltd
4. Mai 1989 - kartoniert - 528 Seiten
PAGE, JOHN HIGGITT, ELIZABETH COASTWORTH, HERO GRANGER-TAYLOR, CLARE HIGGINS, ANNA MUTHESIUS, ERIC CAMBRIDGE, GERALD BONNER, LUISELLA SIMPSON, DAVID ROLLASON, DAVID HALL, A.J. PIPER, VICTORIA TUDOR
Part 1 St Cuthbert, the "Lives" and the early cult: elements in the background to the life of St Cuthbert and his early cult, J. Campbell; Cuthbert and the polarity between pastor and solitary, Clare Stancliffe; early Irish hermitages in the light of the "Lives" of Cuthbert, Michael Herity; the spirituality of St Cuthbert, Benedicta Ward SLG; Bede's metrical "Vita S. Cuthberti", Michael Lapidge; "Opus deliberatum ac perfectum" - why did the Venerable Bede write a second prose life of St Cuthbert?, Walter Berschin; Lindisfarne and the origins of the cult of St Cuthbert, Alan Thacker. Part 3 Lindisfarne and its scriptorium: the plan of the early Christian monastery on Lindisfarne - a fresh look at the evidence, Deidre O'Sullivan; the gospel texts at Lindisfarne at the time of St Cuthbert, Christopher D. Verey; the Lindisfarne scriptorium from the late 7th to the early 9th century, Michelle P. Brown; birds, beasts and initials in Lindisfarne's gospel books, Janet Backhouse; the Durham-Echternach calligrapher, R. Bruce-Mitford; is the Augsburg Gospel Codex a Northumbrian manuscript?, Daibhi O Croinin; Willibrord's scriptorium at Echternach and its relationship to Ireland and Lindisfarne, Nancy Netzer; the artistic influence of Lindisfarne within Northumbria, Rosemary Cramp. Part 3 The coffin and its treasures: St Cuthbert's relics - some neglected evidence, Richard N. Bailey; the Anglo-Saxon coffin - further investigations, J.M. Cronyn and C.V. Horie; Roman and Runic on St Cuthbert's coffin, R.I. Page; the iconography of St Peter in Anglo-Saxon England, and St Cuthbert's coffin, John Higgitt; the pectoral cross and portable altar from the tomb of St Cuthbert, Elizabeth Coatsworth; the weft-patterned silks and their braid - the remains of an Anglo-Saxon Dalmatic of c.800?, Hero Granger-Taylor; some new thoughts on the nature goddess silk, Clare Higgins; the inscription on the nature goddess silk, Hero Granger-Taylor; silks and saints - the rider and peacock silks from the relics of St Cuthbert, Anna Muthesius. Part 4 St Cuthbert's community at Chester-le-Street and Durham: why did the community of St Cuthbert settle at Chester-le-Street?, Eric Cambridge; St Cuthbert at Chester-le-Street, Gerald Bonner; the King Alfred/St Cuthbert episode in the "historia de sancto Cuthberto" - its significance for mid-10th-century English history, Luisella Simpson; St Cuthbert and Wessex - the evidence of Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 183, David Rollason; the sanctuary of St Cuthbert, David Hall; the first generations of Durham monks and the cult of St Cuthbert, A.J. Piper; the cult of St Cuthbert in the 12th century - the evidence of Reginald of Durham, Victoria Tudor.
'Very fine collection of essays...a rich feast of scholarship with many discoveries and new interpretations of greatest value for Anglo-Saxon history.' SPECULUM
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