M nava Dharma S stra Or The Institutes of Manu According to the Gloss of Kulluka

Comprising the Indian System of Duties, Religious and Civil Manu Graves
Champney Haughton, P. Percival. sins great and small , must repeat once a day
for a year the text ava , or the text yatcinchida . 254. " He , who has accepted an
illegal ...

Author: Manu

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The Old English Gloss to the Lindisfarne Gospels

There are occasions when Aldred realized that there were errors and omissions
in the Latin text, leading him to correct the Latin text and skilfully incorporate the
corrections into the Old English gloss.24 The gloss is written with great care but, ...

Author: Julia Fernández Cuesta

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 3110449102

Category: Literary Criticism

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Aldred’s interlinear gloss to the Lindisfarne Gospels (London, British Library, MS Cotton Nero D.IV) is one of the most substantial representatives of the Old English variety known as late Old Northumbrian. Although it has received a great deal of attention in the past two centuries, there are still numerous issues which remain unresolved. The papers in this collection approach the gloss from a variety of perspectives – language, cultural milieu, palaeography, glossography – in order to shed light on many of these issues, such as the authorship of the gloss, the morphosyntax and vocabulary of the dialect(s) it represents, its sources and relationship to the Rushworth Gospels, and Aldred’s cultural and religious affiliations. Because of its breadth of coverage, the collection will be of interest and great value to scholars in the fields of Anglo-Saxon studies and English historical linguistics.

The Treatise on Laws Decretum DD 1 20 with the Ordinary Gloss Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Canon Law Volume 2

A commentary of this type is known as a Gloss. (Confusingly enough, so are the
individual comments in it; for clarity, the Gloss as a whole text will be referred to
with a capital initial, the gloss as an individual comment all in lower case.) When
 ...

Author: Gratian

Publisher: CUA Press

ISBN: 081320786X

Category: Law

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Bishops Texts and the Use of Canon Law around 1100

Distinguishing manifest and occult sins was common among the early glossators
and decretists.15 Another exception appears at canon 53. The text notes the
classic formulation that written communication could not by itself make an ...

Author: Bruce C. Brasington

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351955276

Category: History

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The essays in this volume in honour of Martin Brett address issues relating to the compilation and transmission of canon law collections, the role of bishops in their dissemination, as well as the interpretation and use of law in the eleventh and twelfth centuries. The studies are grouped thematically under the headings 'Bishops and Their Texts', and 'Texts and the Use of Canon Law'. These reflect important areas of contention in the historiographical literature and hence will further the debates regarding not simply the compilation and dissemination of canonical collections in the earlier middle ages, but also the development of the practical application of canon law within Europe, especially after c.1080. Individually, the contributors offer new viewpoints on key issues and questions relating to the creation of canonical texts, their transmission and use on both sides of the English Channel in the decades either side of the year 1100. Collectively, the essays explore the methods and motives of compilers, assess the use of law, find readers both in the compilation of texts and within their margins, and - perhaps most importantly - speculate where possible about the living communities in which these texts were compiled, copied and used.

Mediaeval Commentaries on the Sentences of Peter Lombard

In one form of its last hurrah, however, the gloss was now reduced to a selection
of marginalia attached to complete manuscripts of the Sentences itself. As these
texts continued in use, gloss material came to share the marginal space with ...

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ISBN: 9004181431

Category: Religion

Page: 564

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This volume studies how the tradition of the Sentences developed from the twelfth century up to Martin Luther. Its twelve chapters fill major lacunae in current research on the standard textbook of medieval theology.

Olivi and the Interpretation of Matthew in the High Middle Ages

By the thirteenth century , it had become so central in the activity of biblical
interpretation that exegesis inevitably entailed direct or indirect exegesis of the
Gloss as well as of the biblical text . Only three or four medieval theological
textbooks ...

Author: Kevin Madigan

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In this work, Kevin Madigan studies the development and union of scholastic, apocalyptic and Franciscan interpretations of the Gospel of Matthew from 1150 to 1350. These interpretations are placed within the context of high-medieval religious life and attitudes of the papacy toward the Franciscan Order. Madigan uses the fortunes of the Franciscan Peter Olivi (d. 1298) and his commentary on Matthew as a lens through which to observe the larger theological and ecclesiastical developments of this era. scholastic gospel community tradition in the schools of Laon and Paris. The second section of the book offers a detailed examination of the Treatise on the Four Gospels by the famed apocalyptic writer Joachim of Fiore. Finally, Madigan turns his attention to the disputes which plagued the Franciscan Order during the first century of its existence. little-known work is perhaps the only Matthew commentary in the high Middle Ages to have been influenced by Joachim's apocalyptic thought and shaped by internal and external disagreements over the highest form of religious life. Filled with severe criticisms of the hierarchy and leadership of the Church, Olivi's Matthew commentary was examined and eventually condemned by papally appointed theologians in the early 14th century.

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43 As it appears in his article , ' The Marginal Gloss ' , Lipking ' s argument
depends upon the view that the main text of 1798 is essentially fragmentary and
that the purpose of the gloss is to relate the parts to a whole . The 1817 version ,
he ...

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Mutilated Books

In the middle of the 12th century an advanced graphic system was worked out in
Paris in order to make parallel readings of Bible text and gloss easier . The Bible
text was written in a neat script in a larger size and the texts of the gloss in a ...

Author: Kerstin Abukhanfusa

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Early English Text Society

97 . The gloss to the following pieces in K is independent of D : Prayer ( $ 11 ) , “
Te Deum ' , ' Pater Noster ' , Apostles ' Creed , Athanasian Creed ( § 25 ) . ( i ) The
Athanasian Creed was glossed by the original scribe ( c . 975 ) , who had not D ...

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The Gloss and the Text

In The Gloss and the Text, Andrew Ballitch provides a thorough examination of the hermeneutical principles that governed Perkins's approach to biblical interpretation.

Author: Andrew S. Ballitch

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ISBN: 9781683593911

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Scripture opens itself up by its own words and interpretation. William Perkins is the father of Puritanism, often remembered for his preaching manual, The Art of Prophecy. Much attention has been given to the Puritan movement, especially in its later forms, but comparatively little has been given to Perkins. In The Gloss and the Text, Andrew Ballitch provides a thorough examination of the hermeneutical principles that governed Perkins's approach to biblical interpretation. Perkins taught that the Bible was God's word as well as the interpretation of God's word. Interpretation is no private matter; it is a public gift of the Spirit of God for the people of God. Ballitch's study sheds light on Perkins as a preacher, theologian, and student of Scripture.

Texts and Studies

199 ) ambulantes in spiritu sancto , we need not hesitate to refer the use of the
gloss to Irenaeus himself . And , indeed , it will be found generally true that the
glosses of the translator of Irenaeus were in the text which he worked upon .

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Ancients and Moderns in the Medical Sciences

250 things were often used by English scribes 149 and are not merely decorative
( and certainly not students ' untrained doodles ) . This gloss is indicated by a dog
/ dragon figure . 150 The text is here very close to that established by Long .

Author: Roger Kenneth French

Publisher: Routledge

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Category: History

Page: 300

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The theme of this book is the growth of the European tradition of medical theory, from the early Middle Ages until its collapse in the seventeenth century. Central to this tradition were ancient texts and the respect accorded to the ancients themselves by the moderns, the teachers and practitioners of medicine of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The chapters examine how the ancient texts formed a resource for later medical men and how as a consequence they were sought out, translated and used. Three matters receive particular attention: the classroom culture by which the teachers perpetuated their pupil's faith in the ancient texts; the use of learning and argumentation by which the university doctors secured their reputation; and medical astrology as a prognostic technique. The story ends when the faith that had been given to Aristotle and Galen, and which held the medical tradition together, was broken, partly by the new natural philosophy and partly by the discovery of the circulation of the blood.

The Acts of the Apostles The text of Acts by J H Ropes

Apart from minor variants in these two witnesses the following points deserve
mention . At the opening of the gloss in hcl . mg the words et ( before in
Hierosolymis ) and et hic ( following ) are plainly part of hcl . text carried into the
marginal ...

Author: Frederick John Foakes-Jackson

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Critical Essays on Geoffrey Chaucer

I want now to focus specifically on the relationship of the Wife , as literal text , to
the gloss and clerkly glossators ; for it is through her mimicking patriarchal
hermeneutics — incarnating the excluded letter and repeating the masculine ...

Author: Tom Winnifrith

Publisher: Twayne Publishers

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Category: Literary Criticism

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The full range of literary traditions comes to life in the Twayne Critical Essays Series. Volume editors have carefully selected critical essays that represent the full spectrum of controversies, trends and methodologies relating to each author's work. Essays include writings from the author's native country and abroad, with interpretations from the time they were writing, through the present day. Each volume includes: -- An introduction providing the reader with a lucid overview of criticism from its beginnings -- illuminating controversies, evaluating approaches and sorting out the schools of thought -- The most influential reviews and the best reprinted scholarly essays -- A section devoted exclusively to reviews and reactions by the subject's contemporaries -- Original essays, new translations and revisions commissioned especially for the series -- Previously unpublished materials such as interviews, lost letters and manuscript fragments -- A bibliography of the subject's writings and interviews -- A name and subject index

The Apocalypse in Art

Text , in double columns of 19 lines , the text of the Book in larger script than that
of the gloss . At first the script of both is pointed and seems to be by one hand :
later , that of the gloss is rounder , but that of the text seems uniform throughout ,
as ...

Author: Montague Rhodes James

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The Teaching of Roman Law in England Around 1200

The texts stated that “ jurisprudence is the knowledge of things human and divine
, the science of the just and the unjust , ” ( D . 1 . 1 . 10 ) , and that jurists are its
priests . As the Accursian gloss to that text was to ask , “ Should a jurist then study
 ...

Author: Francis De Zulueta

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Category: Education, Medieval

Page: 141

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Tone Systems of Tibeto Burman Languages of Nepal Texts II Caughley R and Caughley K Chepang texts Hale A and Hale M Newari texts Bieri D and Schulze M Sunwar texts Gordon K and Gordon S Sherpa texts

The gloss ' F ' has been applied to the suffix " -ny " . It occurs only with certain
nouns in this text collection : " maa : jan - ny " female merchant ' . 1 C. Adjectival
and Adverbial Affixes : Av Adverbial Affix Dir Directional Affix Sen Sensation Affix
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Author: F. K. Lehman

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Category: Nepal

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A Manual of Old English Biblical Materials

features of the gloss are examined by C . and K . Sisam , Salisbury Psalter , secs .
60 – 76 . Some forms , indeed , are transitional to Middle English . If the
manuscript belonged to Shaftesbury , then its gloss text “ is one of the few
vernacular ...

Author: Minnie Cate Morrell

Publisher: Knoxville, U. of Tennessee P

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Category: Bible. Manuscripts, Anglo-Saxon

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Viator

This gloss is indicated by a dog / dragon figure . 150 The text is here very close to
that established by Long . The manner of referring to Alfred is the same as in the
quotations from the “ lost ” part of the commentary and strengthens the ...

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Catalogue of the Printed Books in the Library of the British Museum

Author: British Library

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