7 edition of Avitus of Vienne, letters and selected prose found in the catalog.
Avitus of Vienne, letters and selected prose
Avitus Saint, Bishop of Vienne
|Statement||translated with an introduction and notes by Danuta Shanzer and Ian Wood.|
|Genre||Translations into English., Correspondence.|
|Series||Translated texts for historians -- v. 38|
|Contributions||Shanzer, Danuta., Wood, I. N. 1950-.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 450 p. :|
|Number of Pages||450|
The Languages of Gift in the Early Middle Ages This is a collection of original essays on gift in the early Middle Ages, from Anglo-Saxon England to the Islamic world. Focusing on the lan-guages of gift, the essays reveal how early medieval people visualized and thought about gift, and how they distinguished between the giving. This and all subsequent translations of Avitus taken from Avitus of Vienne, Letters and Selected Prose, ed. D. Shanzer and I.N. Wood, Translated Texts for Historians 38 (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, ), This article is supported by the I-CORE program of the Planning and Budgeting Committee of the Israeli Committee for Higher Author: Yaniv Fox.
Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.. searching for Avitus found ( total) alternate case: avitus Saint-Avit-Sénieur (1, words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article the church, an abbey has been erected to honour the hermit Avitus, who died in Avitus gave his name to the abbey and the village. The abbey used. ^ Shanzer and Wood, Avitus of Vienne, letters and selected prose (Liverpool: University Press, ), p. ^ Shanzer and Wood, Avitus of Vienne, p. ^ Herwig Wolfram, History of the Goths, translated by Thomas J. Dunlap (Berkeley: University of California, ), p.
Avitus of Vienne. Letters and Selected Prose. Trans. D. Shanzer and I. Wood. () Constantine and Christendom: The Oration to the Saints; The Greek and Latin Accounts of the Discovery of the Cross; The Edict of Constantine to Pope Silvester. Trans. Mark Edwards. () Lactantius, Lactantius: Divine Institutes. Trans. Anthony Bowen. Clovis then asked Gundobad for Clotilde's hand in marriage. Gundobad was said to have been afraid to deny him. However, a letter written by Avitus, bishop of Vienne, consoling Gundobad on the death of an unnamed daughter, gives details that suggest there was more to the story. According to the explication of Danuta Shanzer and Ian Wood of.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Translated from the Latin. Description: xxi, pages: maps ; 21 cm: Contents: Avitus of Vienne: the historical context --Manuscripts, papyrus, and editions of Avitus' letters --Literary aspects of Avitus' letter-collection --The Acacian schism --The Laurentius file --Sigismund and the Emperor --Relics of.
Letters and Selected Prose Avitus of Vienne Alcimus Ecdicius Avitus, bishop of Vienne from c to c, is known for his poetic works, but his Latin prose style. : Avitus of Vienne: Selected Letters and Prose (Translated Texts for Historians LUP) (): Shanzer, Danuta, Wood, Ian: Books5/5(2).
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This first complete translation of the letters into English gives access to an important source for the history of the Burgundian Kingdom in the early sixth century. Avitus of Vienne, letters and selected prose / translated with an introduction and notes by Danuta Shanzer and Ian Wood Avitus, Saint, Bishop of Vienne [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 6 libraries.
This resource is very relevant to your query (score: ,). Liverpool University Press is the UK's third oldest university press, with a distinguished history of publishing exceptional research since Alcimus Ecdicius Avitus, bishop of Vienne from c to c, is Avitus of Vienne for his poetic works, but his Latin prose style has led to some neglect of his letters.
This first complete translation of the letters into English gives access to an important. AVITUS D. SHANZER, I. WOOD: Avitus of Vienne: Letters and Selected Prose. Translated with an Introduction and Notes. (Translated Texts for Historians ) Pp. xxii +maps.
Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, Paper. ISBN: Danuta Shanzer and Ian Wood bring extensive knowledge of the late Roman and. Alcimus Ecdicius Avitus, bishop of Vienne from ca. to ca.left not just important and well-known poetry but also ninety-six letters and a number of largely fragmentary sermons.
In style the letters are difficult (hence their neglect), but they have much to contribute to early Merovingian political, ecclesiastical, and social history, whether on the subject of Clovis's conversion.
The book's main problems appear in its appendices, which translate three documents tangentially related to the Jura monasteries. The document with the most problems is the shortest: Letter 19 of Avitus of Vienne (pp.
), written in / to Viventiolus, a priest and monk at the monastery founded by Romanus at by: 1. The letters of bishop Avitus and Cassiodorus provide glimpses of Gundobad's intellectual side. Avitus, a Catholic bishop, answers questions posed by an Arian Christian about religion in several letters, showing a great religious tolerance, and may be the reason Gregory of Tours later thought he had secretly converted to Catholicism.
This book, a Göttingen doctoral thesis, is a substantial commentary on Book 3 of Avitus’ Christian Latin biblical epic De spiritalis historiaebishop of Vienne on the Rhone from about towas a highly cultured member of the Gallo-Roman aristocracy of late antiquity, associated with the families of Sidonius Apollinaris and the Neoplatonist Claudianus Author: Gerard O'daly.
The book's main problems appear in its appendices, which translate three documents tangentially related to the jura monasteries. The document with the most problems is the shortest: Letter 19 of Avitus of Vienne (pp. ), written in / to Viventiolus, a priest and monk at the monastery founded by Romanus at Condat.
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↑ Shanzer and Wood, Avitus of Vienne, letters and selected prose (Liverpool: University Press, ), p. ↑ Shanzer and Wood, Avitus of Vienne, p. ↑ Herwig Wolfram, History of the Goths, translated by Thomas J.
Dunlap (Berkeley: University of California, ), p. Ian N. Wood, FBA (born ) is an English scholar of early medieval history, and a professor at the University of Leeds who specializes in the history of the Merovingian dynasty and the missionary efforts on the European continent.
Patrick J. Geary called him "the leading British historian of Francia". Review of Shanzer (D.), Wood (I.) Avitus of Vienne: Letters and Selected Prose. Translated with an introduction and notes. Translated Texts for Histori Classical Review, (), Review of Mastrogianni, Anna. Die Poemata des.
SinceLiverpool University Press has published a series called Translated Texts for Historians. These volumes provide translations of ancient texts for scholars and students alike who cannot work in the original languages. Translated Texts for Historians offers a number of fourth-century Christian texts.
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–12 [translated in D. Shanzer and I. Wood, Avitus of Vienne. Letters and Selected Prose (Liverpool ), pp. –8]. Cambridge Core - European History - Barbarian Migrations and the Roman West, – - by Guy HalsallAuthor: Guy Halsall.Avitus (ALCIMUS ECDICIUS), Saint, a distinguished Bishop of Vienne, in Gaul, from to aboutthough his death is placed by some as late as or He was born of a prominent Gallo-Roman family closely related to the Emperor Avitus and other illustrious persons, and in which episcopal honors were hereditary.
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The poems of Alcimus Ecdicius Avitus by Avitus, Saint, Bishop of Vienne; Shea, George W. Publication date Pages: