|Statement||[Jacobus de Voragine]|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1859:36.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||726|
[Thus endeth the legende named in latyn Legenda aurea] / by: Jacobus, de Voragine, ca. Published: () [Thus endeth the legende named in latyn Legenda aurea] / by: Jacobus, de Voragine, ca. "Thus endeth the legende named in latyn legenda aurea that is to saye in englysshe the golden legende"--p. CCCCxliiii. Attributed to Jacobus de Voragine by STC (2nd ed.) and NUC pre- . Legenda aurea by Jacobus de Voragine, William Caxton; 95 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Christian saints, Early works to , Biography, Legends. Here begynneth the legende named in latyn legenda aurea, that is to say in englyshe the golden legende by: Jacobus, de Voragine, ca. Histoire de la vie du glorieux pere S. Augustin religieux docteur de l'eglise euesque d'hippone et de plusievurs sainctes, et hommes illustres de son ordre des ermeites / by: Sainct-Martin, Simplician.
Among incunabula, printed before , Legenda aurea was printed in more editions than the Bible and was one of the most widely published books of the Middle Ages. During the height of its popularity the book was so well known that the term "Golden Legend" was sometimes used generally to refer to any collection of stories about the saints. . It would be out of our province to discuss the mere bibliographical points in connection with Caxton's Golden Legende, for which I refer to Blades and Aspland. The first edition of the Golden Legende was a tremendous undertaking for Caxton. Blades says (n, Lix): "The' magnum opus' of Caxton was undoubtedly the edition of ' The Golden Legend,' Author: Pierce Butler. The Golden Legend (Latin: Legenda aurea or Legenda sanctorum) is a collection of hagiographies by Jacobus de Varagine that was widely read in late medieval Europe. More than a thousand manuscripts of the text have survived. It was likely compiled around the years –, although the text was added to over the centuries. One of the central texts of the Middle Ages, The Golden Legend deeply influenced the imagery of poetry, painting and stained glass with its fascinating descriptions of saints' lives and religious festivals. By creating a single-volume sourcebook of core Christian stories, Jacobus de Voragine (c. ) attracted a huge audience across Europe/5.
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