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poetry of Sedulius Scottus and the vernacular poetic tradition of Ireland

Lee Jeffrey Rayner

poetry of Sedulius Scottus and the vernacular poetic tradition of Ireland

by Lee Jeffrey Rayner

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sedulius, -- Scottus.

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    Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of English.

    Statementby Lee Jeffrey Rayner.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13869913M

    In his work on Sedulius Scottus, Duichting concentrates upon the occasional verses. But before offering his commentary on them, he gives an introduction, which performs a number of services. First it presents a bibliography on Sedulius: the reader is referred to J. F. Kenney, The Sources for the Early History of Ireland. The Language of Relics in Medieval Ireland; 16 November Pádraic Moran Translating the Greek Bible in the Ninth Century: Evidence of Glossed Irish Manuscripts Noémi Farkas Biblical Exempla in Sedulius Scottus' De rectoribus Christianis; Semester 2: 18 January Liz Fitzpatrick A Wild Mountain Borderland’.

    Professor Liam Breatnach. phone: + e-mail: [email protected] Research Interests. Professor Liam Breatnach is co-editor of the journal Ériu, published annually by the Royal Irish research interests include: Old Irish language, Middle Irish and the historical development of Irish, Early Irish law texts, and poets, poetry and metrics. This book is concerned with the transmission and reception of Latin literary culture in the early Middle Ages, and with the production of Latin works in Ireland and in Irish centres on the Continent. Michael W., “John Scottus and Greek mythology: Michael W., “Sedulius Scottus and the knowledge of Greek”, in: Moran, Pádraic, and.

      The New Oxford Book of Irish Verse book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this delightful anthology, Thomas Kinsella, a /5(3). Although the poem is anonymous, it bears similarities to the poetry of Sedulius Scottus, prompting speculation that Sedulius is the author. What others are saying Irish Poems Irish Quotes Irish Sayings Irish Prayer Irish Blessing St Patricks Day Quotes St Patrick Quotes Irish Proverbs Blessed Quotes49 pins.


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Poetry of Sedulius Scottus and the vernacular poetic tradition of Ireland by Lee Jeffrey Rayner Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sedulius Scotus or Scottus was an Irish teacher, Latin grammarian, and scriptural commentator who lived in the 9th century. During the reign of the Emperor Lothair, he was one of a colony of Irish teachers at Liège.

Sedulius is sometimes called Sedulius the Younger, to distinguish him from Coelius Sedulius. The usual Irish form of the name is Siadhal, but he.

See Article History. Sedulius Scottus, (flourished ad —disappeared /?), poet and scholar who was one of a group of Irish savants at Liège. His poems, mostly in classical Latin metres, often praised his protector, Bishop Hartgar of Liège. His ingenious elegy on the death of Hartgar’s ram culminates in a bold comparison of the “martyred” ram with the Lamb of God.

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ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Author: Scottus Sedulius. poetry and the vernacular. Janu by languagehat 7 Comments InLorenzo Thomas (not the Civil War general, the poet) delivered a lecture as part of the Poetry Project’s Symposium “Poetry of Everyday Life”; here it is, courtesy of wood s lot (where you will find much more of Thomas in the Jan.

14 entry). This was most obvious in the fact that Ireland from as early as the sixth century (at the latest) was producing a native literature, in poetry and prose, in her own indigenous vernacular language, Old Irish.

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It was written by an Irish monk about his cat named Pangur Bán. Although the poem is anonymous, it bears similarities to the poetry of Sedulius Scottus, prompting speculation that Sedulius is the author. Cellán, Joseph Scottus, Catulfus Dúngal Dícuil the Geographer (c. –post ) Anonymi & Varii Sedulius Scottus (fl.

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Irish poetry includes poetry in two languages, Irish and English. The complex interplay between these two traditions, and between both of them and other poetries in English and Scottish Gaelic, has produced a body of work that is both rich in variety and difficult to categorise.

The vernacular annotated text has affinities with several Latin commentaries on Donatus’ Ars maior written on the Continent during the 9th century by Irish scholars like Murethach and Sedulius Scottus (Poppe, ), but its transmission appears to have been confined to Ireland in the medieval period.Five German and 21 English papers explore how Ireland contributed to the intellectual and cultural life of Europe during the period.

Among the topics are a case for multilingualism in early Wales, Theodore of Mopsuestia's Commentary on the Psalms as a case of Irish transmission of Late Antique learn.Breatnach, Liam, “The glossing of the early Irish law tracts”, in: Hayden, Deborah, and Paul Russell (eds), Grammatica, gramadach and gramadeg: vernacular grammar and grammarians in medieval Ireland and Wales, Studies in the History of the Language SciencesAmsterdam: John Benjamins, –