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Latin of the Regula magistri, with particular reference to its colloguial aspects

Philip B. Corbett

Latin of the Regula magistri, with particular reference to its colloguial aspects

a guide to the establishment of the text.

by Philip B. Corbett

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Published by Bibliothèque de l"université in Louvain .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Latin language, Vulgar

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesUniversité de Louvain. Recueil de travaux d"histoire et de philologie. 4. sér., fasc. 17
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX1930 C67
    The Physical Object
    Pagination307p.
    Number of Pages307
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14071660M

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The Latin of the Regula Magistri with Particular Reference to Its Colloquial Aspects: A Guide to the Establishment of the Text by P. Corbett The Latin of the Regula Magistri with Particular Reference to Its Colloquial Aspects: A Guide to the Establishment of the Text by P.

Corbett (pp. THE LATIN OF THE REGULA MAGISTRI. The Régula Magistri (RM), especially in relation to the Rule of St. Benedict (RB), has aroused much controversy in recent years (1).

As an important document of western monasticism, it certainly deserves careful study from the point of subject matter, sources, and : Ludwig Bieler.

The Latin of the Regula Magistri, with particular reference to its colloquial aspects. A guide to the establishment of the text.

Louvain, Publ. Universitaires de Louvain, p. Wrs. 26 cm Book number: Euro Rule of the Master. The Regula Magistri or Rule of the Master is an anonymous sixth-century collection of monastic precepts.

With particular reference to its colloguial aspects book text of the Rule of the Master is found in the Concordia Regularum of Benedict of Aniane, who gave it its name. The Latin of the Regula Magistri: with particular reference to its colloquial aspects / a guide to the establishment of the text.

Louvain: Universite catholique. Eberle, Luke (). The rule of the Master = Regula magistri (an english translation). Kalamazoo, Mich.: Cistercian Publications. Notes. Philip B: Corbett, The Latin of the Regula Magistri (with particular reference to its colloquial aspects / a guide to the establishment of the text), Louvain, Université catholique, Luke Eberle, The Rule of the Master ('Regula magistri'; an English translation), Kalamazoo, Mich., Cistercian Publications, This book, first published inestablishes that Latin was never geographically uniform.

The changing patterns of diversity and the determinants of variation are examined from the time of the early inscriptions of Italy, through to late antiquity and the beginnings of the Romance dialects in the western Roman by: The Latin of the Regula Magistri: with particular reference to its colloquial aspects / a guide to the establishment of the text.

Louvain: Université catholique. Eberle, Luke (). The rule of the Master - Regula magistri (an English translation). Kalamazoo, Mich.: Cistercian Publications.

Knowles, David (). Great historical enterprises. Location: M YC81 Author: Corbett, Philip B Title: The Latin of the Regula Magistri: with particular reference to its colloquial aspects / a guide to the establishment of the text / by P.

Corbett. The Reglas para enformarmos os menỹos en Latin (Rules for the instruction of children in Latin) is an anonymous compendium from the 14th century, located in the Bodleian Library of the. Regles monástiques. Dende la regla monástica de Pacomio (sieglu IV) y les regles del sieglu VII (la Regula Magistri-Regla del Maestru-y la Regla de San Benitu o benedictina), a monxos y monxes riquíase-yos una parte más o menos importante d'estudiu na so actividá, especialmente na forma de llectura y escritura, especialmente la copia de los escasos manuscritos de too tipu de materies.

6 Bolton, Alcuin and ‘Beowulf’, p.taking his cue from, but misrepresenting, Jänicke, O., ‘ Zeugnisse u. Excurse zur deutschen Heldensage ’, ZDA 15 (), –32, at – Alcuin's late-eighteenth-century editor Frobenius (reprinted by Migne in PL and ) depended for this letter as for many others on A.

Duchesne's editio princeps ofwhere the passage is Cited by: This may be a reference to the earlier Regula Magistri as the majority of the prologue is taken from that source and while magister (master) is an important term in the Regula Magistri where it is almost the equivalent of Christ or God—suggesting that the rule is the result of divine inspiration—it is not Benedict’s preferred expression.

tion von Vogüe, ferner P. Corbett, The Latin of the Regula Magistri, with particular reference to its colloquial aspects, Louvain8 „codice A, che tende - come vedremo - a,migliorare' il testo originario secondo le concezioni delta rinascita linguistica carolingia", A.

Grilli, in Bozzi-Grilli 2,10 (dazu. “Rule of the Master” (Regula magistri)—previously assumed to have plagiarized part of the Rule—was in fact one of the sources used by St. Benedict, provoked a lively debate. Though absolute certainty has not yet been reached, a majority of competent scholars favour the earlier composition of the “Rule of.

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Benedict's Rule: A Translation and Commentary also includes the Latin text of the Regula Benedicti. It is too well known to need a summary of its contents, but certain aspects of its tone and tenor are worth remark.

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