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Destructorium viciorum of Alexander Carpenter

Gerald Robert Owst

Destructorium viciorum of Alexander Carpenter

a fifteenth-century sequel to Literature and pulpit in medieval England, being an expansion of a lecture delivered in the University of Durham on 2 March 1951

by Gerald Robert Owst

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Published by S.P.C.K in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Carpenter, Alexander, -- fl. 1429,
  • English literature -- History and criticism -- Middle English, 1100-1500

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby G.R. Owst.
    SeriesChurch HistoricalSociety
    The Physical Object
    Pagination40 p. ;
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19711778M

    The Destructorium Viciorum of Alexander Carpenter Taschenbuch – von G R Owst (Autor) Alle Formate und Ausgaben anzeigen Andere Formate und Ausgaben ausblenden. Preis Neu ab Gebraucht ab Taschenbuch "Bitte wiederholen" Format: Taschenbuch. Alexander Carpenter, Destructorium vitiorum (extract) , ed. sigs. D iii ra -E iii rb (in Balliol, MS. 81, fols ra / vb /50, preceded by a few sentences based upon ). The remainder of the quire was originally blank.

    Full text of "Bibliotheca steinrenovationanddesigngroup.comgue of the library of R. Heber which will be sold by Messrs. Sotheby and Son [R.H. Evans and B. Wheatley. Notes to Book 4 Latin Verses i (before line 1). Line 1: Dicunt accidiam fore nutricem viciorum ("They say that sloth is the nurse of the vices"). Proverbial. See Whiting S Gower's source could be Distichs of Cato. He plays variations on the adage in MO and CA and

    Full text of "Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Vol. 58" See other formats. For five books given to the earlier settlement of Chester-le-Street by King Athelstan, see Lapidge, 'Booklists'. List of books given by Bishop William of St Carilef (d. ) printed in Cat. pp. –Catalogue (s. xii ex) printed from Durham Cathedral, MS B. IV. 24, fols. 1–2, in Cat. pp. 1–steinrenovationanddesigngroup.comlete catalogue (s.


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Alexander Carpenter, Latinized as Fabricius (fl. ), was the author of the Destructorium viciorum, a religious work popular in the 15th and 16th centuries. Some published editions of the work bear the author's name as "Alexander Anglus" ("Alexander the Englishman"), but he is further identified in a edition which states that the work was compiled "a cuiusdam fabri lignarii filio Nationality: English.

Get this from a library. The Destructorium viciorum of Alexander Carpenter: a fifteenth-century sequel to Literature and pulpit in medieval England, being an expansion of a lecture delivered in the University of Durham on 2 March [G R Owst].

Alexander also influenced and sometimes is confused with Alexander Carpenter, Latinized as Fabricius (fl. ), who was the author of the Destructorium viciorum, a religious work popular in the 15th and 16th centuries.

Carpenter also authored other works, such as "Homiliae eruditae" ("Learned Sermons").Alma mater: University of Paris. Described by G.R. Owst as 'primarily a treatise on vices," which presents "an almost unrivalled panorama of the whole field of medieval popular preaching in its final stage of cultivation from the thirteenth century onwards."--The Destructorium viciorum of Alexander Carpenter / by G.R.

Owst. London: S.P.C.K.,p. 3, Description. Buy The "Destructorium viciorum" of Alexander Carpenter: A fifteenth-century sequel to "Literature and pulpit in medieval England"; being an expansion of in the University of Durham on 2 March by Gerald Robert Owst (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

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There is no modern edition of the great work of John Bromyard, the Summa Predicantium, a vast handbook of preach­ ing topics. We have used the edition of Venice, On theCited by: 9.

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See lists censorship 11, Certeau, Michel deCharters of Christ Chaucer, Geoffrey 36, Troy Book “Vexilla regis prodeunt” Lyf of Seynt Katerine, prose version lyrics and documentary culture Alexander also influenced and sometimes is confused with Alexander Carpenter, Latinized as Fabricius (fl.

), who was the author of the Destructorium viciorum, a religious work popular in the 15th and 16th centuries. Carpenter also authored other works, such as "Homiliae eruditae" ("Learned Sermons").

Jun 22,  · Carpenter, Alexander. Destructorium Viciorum, Erasmus, Desiderius. La Langue. Translated, edited, and annotated by Jean-Paul Gillet, Labor et Fides, "The Tongue--Lingua". Translated and annotated by Elaine Fantham.

Collected Works of Erasmus, edited by Elaine Fantham and Erika Rummel, with the assistance of Josef Ijsewijn. Follow these links for explanations of the aim & purpose of this catalog, its condition of use, the dates, the general abbreviations, the language abbreviations, the nationality abbreviations & the electronic library codes used, and for advice on buying or borrowing & on selling or valuing old books.

More information on many of these authors, and on other books of theirs, is contained in. Index of names and titles Accursius Commentary on the Pandects, 68 Ad Herennium, Aelred of Rievaulx De Spirituali Amicitia, 50, 52 Alphabet of Tales, 25n, 39n Amis and Amiloun, 14n Ancrene Wisse, 43n, 46–8 Anonimalle Chronicle, 37–8 Anonymous Short Metrical Chronicle, –13 Argyle, Michael, 1n, 9, 46n, 57, 60, 69n.

Finally, he traces how major English reformist writing - Piers Plowman, Mum and the Sothsegger, and The Book of Margery Kempe - expanded the practice to justify their protests, to protect themselves from repressive elements in the late Ricardian and Lancastrian Church and State, and to urge their readers to mount effective protests against Cited by: Alexander also influenced and sometimes is confused with Alexander Carpenter, Latinized as Fabricius (fl.

), who was the author of the Destructorium viciorum, a religious work popular in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries. [13] Carpenter also authored other works, such as "Homiliae eruditae" ("Learned Sermons"). [14] [15]. MEDIEVAL LATIN STUDIES By ROBERT R.

RAYMO Instructor in English in the University of California at Los Angeles General Studies. G. Vecchi, Poesia Latina Medievale, Milan, is a well-edited anthology, with introd., transl. and notes, in an attractive format. P. Boehner, O.F.M., Medieval Logic, An Outline of its Development from to c.

Viciorum suis cum speciebus a cuiusdam fabri lignarii Filio maximam ad Ecclesiæ utilitatem. Nurn. This is the beginning of the colophon, on fol.

a, of the edition of Destructorium viciorum printed by Anton Koberger, Nuremberg, 20 Sept. The anonymous author, referred to as ‘the son of a certain carpenter’, was Alexander.Psychoanalytic Ideas and Shakespeare – Edited by Inge Wise and Maggie Mills.

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