Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ann Freeman ; edited by Paul Meyvaert.|
|Series||Variorum collected studies series, Collected studies.|
|LC Classifications||BR240.L53 F74 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2003040358|
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . | c Bishop of Orléans. A Goth by descent who fled his native Spain, he joined the court of Charlemagne. His intimate friendship with court personages, including Alcuin,* is engagingly depicted in his Carmina, a book of poems. The king appointed him bishop of Orléans by and also to several neighboring abbacies. Introduction §1. A Visigothic refugee from Islamic Spain, Theodulf was a beacon of brilliance at Charlemagne's court. Armed with extensive classical and patristic learning, he weeded errors out of the Latin Bible; he probably wrote the Libri Carolini, the lengthy Carolingian response to the Second Council of Nicea; and in he served as a missus dominicus, or judicial investigator, . : Theodulf of Orléans: The Verse (MEDIEVAL & RENAIS TEXT STUDIES) (): Mr. Theodore M. Andersson, Mr. Åslaug Ommundsen, Leslie S. B. MacCoull Cited by: 2.
THEODULF OF ORLEANS: The Verse. This collection of some seventy poems is remarkable for its energy, diversity, and visualization of Carolingian court life. Until now the poems have been available only in an unpublished prose, but the present version attempts to make the poems available to a general audience in a readable form. This book covers two works from the early 's, "Exposition on the Apocalypse of John" by Theodulf of Orleans, and "Homilies on the Apocalypse" by Smaragdus of Saint-Mihiel. Like Gumerlock's previous book, Carolingian Commentaries begins with extensive background information providing useful context for the works that follow, and it is loaded 5/5(1). Orleans - Sherri L. Smith So far I've only read Flygirl and Orleans by Smith, but she is a fabulous writer, regardless of the style, time period, plot, etc. Yes, I'm going to read the rest of her books, she should be getting more recognition than she does/5. In the early ninth-century Theodulf of Orleans and Smaragdus of Saint Mihiel served as advisers to Charlemagne. This book provides English translations of a Latin commentary on the Apocalypse written by Theodulf and three homilies on the Apocalypse by Smaragdus. A comprehensive essay Brand: Medieval Institute Publications.
Death of Court Poet Theodulf When tragedy struck the court of Charlemagne or if a few commemorative lines were needed for some occasion, the great king knew who to turn to. Theodulf, Bishop of Orleans wrote pieces for several such events. I'm just wondering if whoever wrote this entry could specify on their source for the oratory having been part of a Theodulf's villa? I was not aware that he had a villa. More information would be helpful! — Preceding unsigned comment added by , 11 January (UTC) Death date. There is some confusion about his death date. Theodulf (Theodolph) of Orleans, France. Notes from the Little Flock Hymn Book by Adrian Roach: This writer was born about the year of . Theodulf of Orleans: Charlemagne's Spokesman against the Second Council of Nicaea (Variorum Collected Studies Series) / Edition 1 available in Hardcover. Add to Wishlist. ISBN ISBN Pub. Date:Price: $