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Author: Henry J. Stauffenberg
ISBN: 0776648144
Pages: 266 pages
Publisher: University of Ottawa Press (January 1, 1985)
Language: English
Category: Poetry
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e-Book The Southern Version of Cursor Mundi, Vol. III (Ottawa Mediaeval Texts and Studies) epub download

by Henry J. Stauffenberg



Series: Ottawa Mediaeval Texts and Studies.

Series: Ottawa Mediaeval Texts and Studies. Published by: University of Ottawa Press. It has now been decided, however, to publish this section separately as Volume III, with lines 9229-12712 to appear as Volume II, and lines 17289-21346 as Volume IV. Volume V will contain lines 21347-23898, as well as the General Introduction.

Originating in northern England around the year 1300, the poem was frequently copied in the north before appearing in a southern version in substantially altered form. In addition it provides a discussion of sources and analogues, detailed explanatory notes, and a bibliography.

Ottawa Mediaeval Texts and Studies. 266 Pages ยท January 1 1985. Paper ISBN: 9780776648149. PDF ISBN: 9780776617275. Availability: In stock. Although it is a storehouse of popular medieval biblical lore and a fascinating study in the eclectic use of more than a dozen sources, the poem has until now attracted little scholarly attention.

August 6, 2010 History Published January 1, 1978 by University of Ottawa Press.

August 6, 2010 History found in the catalog. Southern Version Of Cursor Mundi Vol 1 (Ottawa Mediaeval Texts and Stu. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Published January 1, 1978 by University of Ottawa Press.

Henry J. Stauffenberg. Henry J. Stauffenberg," Speculum 63, no. 4 (Oc. 1988): 1001-1003. Doing Things beside Domesday Book. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. The Enduring Attraction of the Pirenne Thesis. The Digital Middle Ages: An Introduction.

Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1985. Pp. xx, 241; color facsimile plate. Copy DOI. Jerry L. Ball (UT: University of Tennessee). Cursor (user interface). Philosophica, Vol. 40. Ottawa and London: University of Ottawa Press, 1989. David L. Jeffrey, E. By Things Seen: Reference and Recognition in Medieval Thought. P. Clayton - 1992 - Philosophy of the Social Sciences 22 (4):519-525. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1979.

The medieval poem Cursor Mundi is a biblical verse account of the history of the world, offering a chronological overview of salvation history from Creation to Doomsday. Originating in northern England around the year 1300, the poem was frequently copied in the north before appearing in a southern version in substantially altered form. Although it is a storehouse of popular medieval biblical lore and a fascinating study in the eclectic use of more than a dozen sources, the poem has until now attracted little scholarly attention. This five-part collaborative edition presents the Arundel version of the poem with variants from three others. In addition it provides a discussion of sources and analogues, detailed explanatory notes, and a bibliography.