2 edition of English Benedictine Kalendars after A. D. 1100 found in the catalog.
English Benedictine Kalendars after A. D. 1100
|Statement||edited by Francis Wormald.|
|Series||Henry Bradshaw Society, London. [Publications] -- v. LXXVII, LXXXI., Henry Bradshaw Society (Series) -- vol. 77, 81..|
|The Physical Object|
Historian of liturgical and Anglo-Saxon illuminated medieval painting; paleographer. Wormald was born into a family of wool merchants in West Riding, Yorkshire. He studied at Eton and then Cambridge University where he read history at Magdalene College. His B.A. was taken in In he was appointed an Assistant Keeper in the Department of Manuscripts of the British Museum. The first of. Eardwulf (fl. – c. ) was king of Northumbria from to , when he was deposed and went into exile. He may have had a second reign from until perhaps or Northumbria in the last years of the eighth century was the scene of dynastic strife between several noble families: in , the then-king Æthelred I attempted to have Eardwulf essor: Osbald.
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English Benedictine kalendars after A.D. by Francis Wormald (Editor) Call Number: BVH5 vol. 77 The Kalendarium of John Somer by John Somer; Linne R. Mooney (Editor). 1 English Kalendars before A.D. , and F. Wormald, English Benedictine Kalendars after A.D. , i (Henry Bradshaw Soci ), and ii (Henry Bradshaw Soci ). See especially those of different date from Crowland. 2 Though long employed by .
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Genre/Form: Calendars: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wormald, Francis. English Benedictine Kalendars after A.D. London, [Harrison and Sons] English Benedictine Kalendars After A.D. ; January pages x cm Henry Bradshaw Society ISBN: Format: Paperback Henry Bradshaw Society BIC HRAX, 1DBKE, 2ADL, 3H BISAC REL, HIS A Pre Conquest English.
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Get this from a library. English Benedictine kalendars after A.D. [Francis Wormald;]. Sherborne Abbey, Dorset: Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS (Red Book of Darley), pp.
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This calendar was. Saints in English Kalendars before AD by Rebecca Rushforth,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Rebecca Rushforth. Since the calendar in the MS. belongs to the West Country group, see Wormald, F., English Kalendars before A.D. Henry Bradshaw Soc., vol.
lxxii (), pp. 16 – 27, the absence of St. Edward, king and martyr enshrined at Shaftesbury, makes it probable that the MS., which is in the original hand, was written before his murder in 14 Ortenberg, The English Church and the Continent in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries, pp.
81n; Lapidge, ed., Anglo-Saxon Litanies of the Saints. For medieval calendars listing Scholastica's feast day, see Wormald, ed., English Kalendars before A.D. English Benedictine Kalendars After A.D. Vol. I, The Henry Bradshaw Society was established in in commemoration of Henry Bradshaw, University Librarian in Cambridge and a distinguished authority on early medieval manuscripts and liturgies, who died in Author: Henry Bradshaw.
For some medieval calendars listing George's feast day, see Wormald, ed., English Kalendars before A.D.and English Benedictine Kalendars after The dismemberment of George's body in his passio is paralleled by the dispersal of his relics.
English Benedictine Kalendars After A. Volume Second of 2 vols, [see 77]. A third volume announced after the Second World War was never : Boydell & Brewer, Limited. 2) (see Wormald, English Kalendars (), p. Bought by the British Museum from Thomas Rodd the younger (b. d. ), London bookseller, 7 January, Notes: The medieval manuscript is bound together with an early printed book of pages containing the Kalendarium Romanum magnum, printed by Jac.
Kobel, Oppenheym, According to Kerthe manuscript 'was no doubt written at Durham shortly after '. This is shown by the occurence of the hand identified as belonging to Symeon, cantor and historian of the church of Durham (d. ), found in part of the first booklet (Doane and Rollasonp. The English Benedictine Congregation (abbr.
EBC) which survived in hiding and retreat during and after the Dissolution of the Monasteries in – At the beginning of the 21st century the EBC has Houses in the United Kingdom, the United States, South America and Africa.
'The Place of Irish Saints in Mediaeval English Calendars, 'Irish Ecclesiast ical Record5 82 () H. Quentin, Les martyrologes historiques (Paris ). see AL. Wormald [a] F. Wormald (ed.), English Kalendars before A.D.
(HBS 72; London ) [b] English Benedictine Kalendars after A.D. I (HBS 77; ). [c] II (HBS 81. Buy Saints in English Kalendars before AD (Henry Bradshaw Society): by Rushforth, Rebecca (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Rebecca Rushforth.Morgan, N. J.
(ed.), English Monastic Litanies of the Saints After3 vols., Henry Bradshaw Society – and (London, –13). Volume 3 is forthcoming.
Rushforth, R., Saints in English Kalendars before ADHenry Bradshaw Society (Woodbridge, ). Indexes the feasts that appear in 27 Anglo-Saxon liturgical calendars.The Benedictine abbey of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St Botolph, Thorney, Cambridgeshire: a 12th century list of names and relics associated with the abbey (ff.9v), and included in the list of books loaned from the book closet of the abbey in Oxford, Bodleian manuscript Tanner