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The "Laterculus Malalianus" and the school of Archbishop Theodore

by Jane Stevenson

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Canterbury,
  • Canterbury.
    • Subjects:
    • Theodore, of Canterbury, Saint, 602-690.,
    • St. Augustine"s Abbey (Canterbury, England) -- History.,
    • Laterculus Malalianus.,
    • Monasticism and religious orders -- England -- Canterbury -- Education -- History.,
    • Monasticism and religious orders -- England -- Canterbury -- History -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.,
    • Anglo-Saxons -- England -- Canterbury.,
    • England -- Church history -- 449-1066.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesLaterculus Malalianus. English & Latin.
      StatementJane Stevenson.
      SeriesCambridge studies in Anglo-Saxon England ;, 14
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBR749 .S74 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 254 p. ;
      Number of Pages254
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1108051M
      ISBN 100521374618
      LC Control Number94033347

      Journal of Early Christian Studies focuses on the study of Christianity in the context of late ancient societies and religions from C.E. The Journal publishes the best of traditional patristics scholarship while showcasing articles that call attention to newer methodologies and themes often absent from other patristic journals. Every issue features an extensive book review section. The 'Laterculus Malalianus' and the School of Archbishop Theodore (Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England) by Jane Stevenson Hardcover.

      school of Theodore of Tarsus () and the Abbot Hadrian (d ) in Canterbury and his testimony to their linguistic skills. In his History of the Abbots of Wearmouth and Jarrow, Bede writes, This was Theodore, a man well versed in b oth worldly and clerical wisdom, and this in both languages, that is, in Greek and Latin. He gave him. The 'Laterculus Malalianus' and the School of Archbishop Theodore. By JANE STEVEN-SON. Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, vii + pp. Theodore was a Greek monk who was ordained archbishop of Canterbury in A reforming bishop, his great achievement was the reorganization of the.

      The Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England book series by multiple authors includes books Anglo-Saxon Crucifixion Iconography and the Art of the Monastic Revival, The Cult of the Virgin Mary in Anglo-Saxon England, Religion and Literature in Western England, –, and several more. CAMBRIDGE STUDIES IN ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND 14 THE 'LATERCULUS MALALIANUS' AND THE SCHOOL OF ARCHBISHOP THEODORE CAMBRIDGE STUDIES IN ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND GENERAL EDITORS SIMON KEYNES MICHAEL LAPIDGE ASSISTANT EDITOR: ANDY ORCHARD Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England is a series of scholarly texts and monographs intended to .


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The Laterculus Malalianus, a historical exegesis of the life of Christ, appears to be the only complete text to survive from the hand of Archbishop Theodore at Canterbury. Its language, style and intellectual frame of reference are thus of great importance for establishing the nature and scope of teaching at Canterbury, the first school of Cited by: The "Laterculus Malalianus", a historical exegesis of the life of Christ, appears to be the only complete text to survive from the hand of Archbishop Theodore at Canterbury, the first school of Cited by: Get this from a library.

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Theodore of Tarsus ( – 19 September ) was Archbishop of Canterbury from to Theodore grew up in Tarsus, but fled to Constantinople after the Persian Empire conquered Tarsus and other studying there, he relocated to Rome and was later installed as the Archbishop of Canterbury. Accounts of his life appear in two 8th-century essor: Wighard.

Life. Theodore was born about the year in Tarsus in Cilicia in Asia Minor, a diocese of the Eastern Roman Empire. In his childhood Theodore experienced devastating wars between the Eastern Roman and the Persian Empires, conflicts that resulted in the capture of the major Christian cities of Antioch, Damascus, and Jerusalem during the years of and Theodore of Tarsus served as archbishop of Canterbury for twenty-two years until his death inaged eighty-eight.

Because the only significant record we had of Theodore was that contained in Bede’s Historia, until recently it was very difficult to say anything about his life before this appointment, and even more difficult to determine anything about his : James Siemens.

“Laterculus ” is here taken to mean “list” in the sense of “ fasti”, a meaning it had attracted by the early middle ages. See J. Stevenson, The Laterculus Malalianus and the School of Archbishop Theodore (Cambridge, ), p.

1, abbreviated hereafter as The School of Archbishop Size: KB. Jane Stevenson - The Laterculus Malalianus and the School of Archbishop Theodore (Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England) (). Our father among the saints Theodore of Tarsus, sometimes Theodore of Canterbury, was the eighth Archbishop of Canterbury.

He is best known for his reform of the English Church and establishment of a school in Canterbury which attained major scholarly achievements. He is commemorated on September Theodore was born about the year in Tarsus in Cilicia in Asia Minor, a diocese of the.

Theodore, archbishop of Canterbury (), was a monk of Greek origin and extraordinary learning, who shaped the English church into a structure it retained for a millennium.

Yet until recently he has remained a shadowy figure, whose early career in the Near East and at Rome has been wholly unknown/5(3). Stevenson examines the seventh-century manuscript Laterculus Malalianus in her The "Laterculus Malalianus" and the School of Archbishop Theodore.

The manuscript, referred to by scholars as "LM," has been attributed to the archbishop Theodore, though Stevenson makes it clear that this attribution is entirely circumstantial. Cambridge University Press Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England is a series of scholarly texts and monographs intended to advance our knowledge of all aspects of the field of Anglo-Saxon studies.

The scope of the series, like that of Anglo-Saxon England, its periodical counterpart, embraces original scholarship in various disciplines: literary. Bischoff and M. Lapidge, Biblical Commentaries] Of immense interest is the text, recently attributed to him, called "Laterculus Malalianus".

Stevenson, "The "Laterculus Malalianus" and the School of Archbishop Theodore"] Overlooked for many years, it was rediscovered in the s, and has since been shown to contain numerous interesting. Theodore was born about the year in Tarsus in Cilicia in Asia Minor, a diocese of the Eastern Roman Empire.

In his childhood Theodore experienced devastating wars between the Eastern Roman and the Persian Empires, conflicts that resulted in the capture of the major Christian cities of Antioch, Damascus, and Jerusalem during the years of and Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag.

Saved in: Biblical commentaries from the Canterbury school of Theodore and Hadrian / Bibliographic Details; Other Authors: Bischoff, Bernhard., Lapidge, Michael. a Biblical commentaries from the Canterbury school of Theodore and Hadrian /.Theodore, Archbishop of Canterbury (SH90), shaped the English Church into a structure it has retained for a millennium.

Yet until recently he has remained a shadowy figure, whose early career in the Near East and at Rome has been unknown. In this book, which builds on the publication of Brand: Cambridge University Press.