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Book
xiv, 382 pages : facsimiles ; 25 cm.
  • Vorwort
  • Abkürzungsverzeichnis
  • Einleitung
  • Der Text
  • Die Handschrift
  • Äussere Erscheinungsform
  • Der Inhalt der Handschrift
  • Datierung und Provenienz der Handschrift
  • Latinität
  • Orthographie
  • Grammatik
  • Editionen
  • Richard Adalbert Lipsius
  • Léon Vouaux
  • Gérard Poupon
  • Otto Zwierlein
  • Die vorliegende Edition
  • Hinweise zur Benutzung der Edition
  • Der Apparat
  • Der sprachliche Kommentar
  • Die Übersetzung
  • Der Sachkommentar
  • Die griechische Parallelüberlieferung : Übersicht
  • Erläuterungen
  • Gesamtschau des Textes
  • Übersicht
  • Erläuterungen zur Gesamtschau
  • Fazit
  • Die Forschungsgeschichte ab 1891
  • Die Identität der Petrusakten und im Besonderen der Actus Vercellenses
  • Zu den Thesen von Matthew Baldwin
  • Anlage der Texte
  • Das Verhältnis der Petrusakten bzw. der Actus Vercellenses zu Häresie und Gnosis
  • Entstehungsort und -zeit
  • Ort
  • Zeit
  • Text, Übersetzung und sprachliche Anmerkungen
  • Sachkommentar
  • Schluss
  • Anhang
  • Anhang I : Griechische Paralleluberlieferung
  • Anhang II : Abbildungen
  • Literaturverzeichnis
  • Register
  • Bibelstellen
  • Pseudepigraphen, Apokryphen des Alten und Neues Testamens, Christliche Autoren
  • Sonstige antike Autoren
  • Antike Personen und Orte
  • Sachregister.
Green Library
Book
volumes ; 21 cm
  • Volume 1. Archivo Nacional de Madrid, Sección de Consejos Leg. 39565 and Consejos Leg. 39567 : 1515-1567
  • volume 2. Archivo Nacional de Madrid, Sección de Consejos Leg. 38567 : 1575-1594
Contains transcriptions of manuscripts in the Archivo Nacional of Madrid relating to the Chartae of the Carthusians General Chapter.
Green Library
Book
cxxxv, 300 pages ; 24 cm.
Green Library
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file) Sound: digital. Digital: audio file.
  • Sinfonia di concerto grosso no. 2 in D major (7:39)
  • Sinfonia di concerto grosso no. 3 in D minor (7:29)
  • Sinfonia di concerto grosso no. 6 in A minor (7:15)
  • Sinfonia di concerto grosso no. 7 in G minor (6:54)
  • Sinfonia di concerto grosso no. 8 in G major (6:21)
  • Sinfonia de concerto grosso no. 12 in C minor (8:51)
  • Sinfonia di concerto grosso no. 1 in F major (5:50)
  • Sinfonia di concerto grosso no. 4 in E minor (7:08)
  • Sinfonia di concerto grosso no. 5 in D minor (8:10)
  • Sinfonia di concerto grosso no. 9 in G minor (8:21)
  • Sinfonia di concerto grosso no. 10 in A minor (7:21)
  • Sinfonia di concerto grosso no. 11 in C major (7:13)
  • Rorate coeli dulcem (14:25)
  • Jam sole clarior (8:59)
  • Infirmata vulnerata (13:33)
  • Totus amore languens (10:52)
  • Mortales non auditis (16:03)
  • Quae est ista (18:17)
  • Diligam te (15:19)
  • Properate fideles (18:38)
  • Est dies trophei (10:42)
  • Salve regina a 4 (10:48)
  • Arpeggio (4:42)
  • Fuga (3:01)
  • Corrente (1:10)
  • Toccata in D minor (4:18)
  • Fuga del primo tono (3:28)
  • Fuga del secondo tono (2:56)
  • Fuga del terzo tono (2:56)
  • Toccata (3:54)
  • Toccata (3:26)
  • Fuga. Allegro (2:46)
  • Toccata per cembale (5:32)
  • Toccata (L 22-7) (2:52)
  • Fuga (L 22-7) (2:38)
  • Fuga (L 22-7) 2 (1:56)
  • Toccata. Largo - Allegro - Fuga (4:32)
  • Toccata d'ottava stesa (22:36).
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file) Sound: digital. Digital: audio file.
  • Euridice dall'inferno (13:37)
  • Cello sonata no. 2 in C minor (8:07)
  • Toccata in A major (4:49)
  • L'assunzione della Beata Vergine (30:50)
  • Oratorio per la Passione di nostro Signore Gesu Cristo (1:31:58)
  • Messa di Santa Cecilia (54:07)
  • Vespro della Beata Vergine (59:44)
  • La gloria di primavera (2:18:02).
Book
910 pages ; 22 cm.
  • L'amour et le Droit : un rapprochement ingénieux -- La mise en récit d'une coniunctio -- Le Droit de 1'(a)Amour : une méditation sur le lien social -- La beauté et le Droit : un pari sur la jurislittérature -- L'amour du Droit et l'humour en Droit -- La consécration des juristes lettrés -- Note sur l'établissement du texte -- L'amour juriste -- Texte et traduction -- Stephani forcatvli iurisconsvlti -- In tractatvm cupidinis iurisperiti praefation / préface de Stéphane Forcadel -- A son traité l'amour juriste -- Cupido iurisperitvs / l'amour juriste.
"Hoc in opere amor et ius ciuile sic coniunguntur, ut mira prope ac singularia quaedam de utroque recitentur / Ouvrage dans lequel l'Amour et le Droit sont réunis, de manière à faire l'un et l'autre l'objet de remarques surprenantes et originales. En creusant, sans désemparer, les affinités paradoxales qui font du Droit et de l'amour deux vecteurs efficaces de concorde et de paix, Étienne Forcadel, avec L'Amour juriste, ne se contente pas d'approfondir les axiomes fondamentaux de la uera philosophia, il orchestre également, avec force et subtilité, une combinatoire narrative qui exploite sous toutes leurs facettes le Droit de l'Amour et l'amour du Droit, non sans s'offrir le luxe suprêmement ironique d'élaborer, en filigrane à son audacieuse auto-fiction, une allégorie de sa propre consécration comme juriste humaniste accompli."--Page 4 of cover.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
559 pages ; 21 cm.
"Si la cour d'Henri II d'Angleterre (1154-1189) a connu des évêques partisans du roi ou, comme le montre le cas de Thomas Becket, des adversaires farouches, Arnoul de Lisieux a été un homme de compromis, convaincu de la nécessaire collaboration du regnum et du sacerdotium. Voué aux gémonies par le parti de Becket. Arnoul n'a pas su gagner pour autant la sympathie indéfectible d'Henri II. Sa carrière d'évêque de cour fut pour lui jusqu'à la fin une source d'inquiétude et d'insatisfaction, comme le montrent ses lettres. Harmonieux au début du règne, les rapports avec le roi se sont rapidement refroidis, et si Arnoul comptait, entre 1164 et 1172, parmi les curiales influents, à la suite de la révolte des princes royaux (1173-1175) contre leur père, il a perdu la confiance du monarque. Sachant que le roi ne pardonnerait pas s'il avait conçu de la haine pour quelqu'un, l'évêque dut assister, impuissant et endetté, à la perte de ses revenus, Poussé vers la sortie par Henri II, il se retira, en 1181, à Saint-Victor, où il mourut (1184). Sous Henri II, vouloir être à la fois l'ami du pape et celui du roi fut une erreur lourde de conséquences pour qui avait des ambitions politiques."--Page 4 of cover.
Green Library
Music score
2 scores 12 pages each) ; 30 cm.
Music Library
Music score
1 score (4 pages) ; 30 cm.
Music Library

10. Bach magnificats [2015]

Music recording
1 audio disc (1:16:48) : digital, CD audio, stereo ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; stereo. 1.4 m/s. Digital: audio file. CD audio.
  • Magnificat in D major BWV 243 / Johann Sebastian Bach (25:42)
  • Magnificat in C major E22 / Johann Christian Bach (10:27)
  • Magnifcat in D major / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (40:38).
Music Library
Music score
1 score (11 pages) ; 30 cm.
Music Library
Music score
1 score (18 pages) ; 21 x 30 cm.
Music Library
Book
xv, 412 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Green Library
Music score
1 score (ii, 21 pages) ; 32 cm.
  • Contents: Stella coeli I - Stella coeli II - Tenebrae I - Tenebrae II.
Music Library

15. Carmina Burana [2018]

Book
2 volumes (xxix, 567; 794 pages) ; 21 cm.
  • volume I. Introduction ; Original collection, 1-102 ; Notes
  • volume II. Original collection, 103-228 ; Additional pieces, 1-26 ; Notes.
"Carmina Burana, literally 'Songs from Beuern,' is named after the village where the manuscript was found. The songbook consists of nearly 250 poems, on subjects ranging from sex and gambling to crusades and corruption. Compiled in the thirteenth century in South Tyrol, a German-speaking region of Italy, it is the largest surviving collection of secular Medieval Latin verse and provides insights into the vibrant social, spiritual, and intellectual life of the Middle Ages. The multilingual codex includes works by leading Latin poets such as the Archpoet, Walter of Châtillon, and the canonist Peter of Blois, as well as stanzas by German lyric poets. More than half these poems are preserved nowhere else. A selection from Carmina Burana first appeared in Victorian England in 1884 under the provocative title Wine, Women and Song. The title Carmina Burana remains fixed in the popular imagination today, conjured vividly by Carl Orff's famous cantata -- no Medieval Latin lyrics are better known throughout the world. This new presentation of the medieval classic in its entirety makes the anthology accessible in two volumes to Latin lovers and English readers alike."-- Provided by publisher.
Green Library
Book
viii, 252 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Since its inception in the nineteenth century, the genre of Anglo-Saxon charms has drawn the attention of many scholars and appealed to enthusiasts of magic, paganism, and popular religion. Their Christian nature has been widely acknowledged in recent years, but their position within mainstream liturgical traditions has not yet been fully recognised. In this book, Ciaran Arthur undertakes a wide-ranging investigation of the genre to better understand how early English ecclesiastics perceived these rituals and why they included them in manuscripts were written in high-status minsters. Evidence from the entire corpus of Old English, various surviving manuscript sources, and rich Christian theological traditions suggests that contemporary scribes and compilers did not perceive "charms" as anything other than Christian rituals that belonged to diverse, mainstream liturgical practices. The book thus challenges the notion that there was any such thing as an Anglo-Saxon "charm", and offers alternative interpretations of these texts as creative para-liturgical rituals or liturgical rites, which testify to the diversity of early medieval English Christianity. When considered in their contemporary ecclesiastical and philosophical contexts, even the most enigmatic rituals, previously dismissed as mere "gibberish", begin to emerge as secret, deliberately obscured texts with hidden spiritual meaning. Ciaran Arthur is a Research Fellow at Queen's University Belfast.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781783273133 20180828
Green Library
Book
104 pages : plan ; 24 cm.
  • Preface
  • Charterhouse of Naples
  • Chapter 1. The history of the charterhouse of Naples
  • Chapter 2. The priors of the charterhouse of Naples
  • Chapter 3. The estates and temporalities of the Charterhouse of Naples
  • Chapter 4. Architettura e opere d'arte della Certosa di Napoli di Giovanni Leoncini
  • Chapter 5. The library of the charterhouse of Naples
  • Chapter 6. The archives and seals of the Charterhouse of Naples
  • Bibliography of the charterhouse of Naples
  • Summary of the charterhouse of Naples
  • Charterhouse of Guiglionesi
  • Chapter 1. The history of the Charterhouse of Guiglionesi
  • Chapter 2. The estates and temporalities of the Charterhouse of Guiglionesi
  • Chapter 3. The architecture, librry, archives, seals of the Charterhouse of Guiglionesi
  • Bibliogaphy of the Charterhouse of Guiglionesi
  • Summary of the Charterhouse of Guiglionesi.
Green Library
Book
563 pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 26 cm.
  • La historiografía mozárabe
  • La historiografía Astur
  • Chronica anni 741 vel Chronica byzantia arabica
  • Chronica anni 754 vel Chronica muzarabica
  • Chronica Adelphonsi III
  • Chronica Albeldensis.
"Las crónicas hispanas editadas en este volumen se dividen en dos partes bien diferenciadas. La primera parte comprende las dos crónicas escritas en el siglo VIII bajo la dominación árabe (la Crónica del 741 y la Crónica del 754); la segunda, las dos crónicas escritas en el siglo IX para exaltar el nuevo reino astur (la Crónica de Alfonso III, en sus dos redacciones, y la Crónica Albeldense). En consecuencia, ambas partes presentan el haz y el envés de una misma realidad contemplada a lo largo del tiempo: por un lado, el fin del reino visigodo y la conquista de Hispania por los musulmanes; por otro, los comienzos de la llamada Reconquista y las primeras victorias de los cristianos sobre los musulmanes. Son, por tanto, obras complementarias que, dentro de su brevedad, resultan indispensables para conocer los hechos acontecidos en aquellos siglos oscuros, dado que las fuentes árabes son mucho más tardías que las mozárabes."--Provided by the publisher.
Green Library
Book
liv, 480 pages ; 24 cm
  • INTRODUCTION-- TEXT AND TRANSLATION-- COMMENTARY-- ENDMATTER.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198715405 20180416
The Agrarian Speeches (Orationes de lege agraria) were delivered in January 63 BCE, just after Cicero had entered office as consul; they are his inaugural orations and therefore the first element of his consular activity. They not only provide valuable testimony for approaches to agrarian legislation in the late Republic, but also show how the new consul presented himself before the Senate and the People at the beginning of his consular year, a significant political event for which very few extensive sources remain. These speeches are also significant in demonstrating Cicero's rhetorical virtuosity and the sophistication of his political tactics in arguing against a proposal for a grand scheme of buying, selling, and allocating land put forward by the Tribune of the People, P. Servilius Rullus. Delivered in the same year as his arguably more famous orations against Catiline, they have nevertheless found less attention in modern scholarship. This edition offers a comprehensive introduction, a revised Latin text alongside a new English translation, and the first detailed commentary on the corpus, which, besides addressing numerous linguistic and textual issues, also explains the complex legal and historical situation and illustrates Cicero's sophisticated argumentative techniques. Drawing on the contemporary resurgence of academic interest in political oratory, it aims to bring these neglected speeches to a wider audience and will be particularly suitable for both scholars and students interested in Cicero, oratory, Roman law, or the history of the Roman Republic.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198715405 20180416
Green Library
Book
liv, 480 pages ; 24 cm
  • Scholarship
  • Historical background
  • The corpus of the Agrarian speeches
  • Text and translation
  • Commentary.
The Agrarian Speeches (Orationes de lege agraria) were delivered in January 63 BCE, just after Cicero had entered office as consul; they are his inaugural orations and therefore the first element of his consular activity. They not only provide valuable testimony for approaches to agrarian legislation in the late Republic, but also show how the new consul presented himself before the Senate and the People at the beginning of his consular year, a significant political event for which very few extensive sources remain. These speeches are also significant in demonstrating Cicero's rhetorical virtuosity and the sophistication of his political tactics in arguing against a proposal for a grand scheme of buying, selling, and allocating land put forward by the Tribune of the People, P. Servilius Rullus. Delivered in the same year as his arguably more famous orations against Catiline, they have nevertheless found less attention in modern scholarship. This edition offers a comprehensive introduction, a revised Latin text alongside a new English translation, and the first detailed commentary on the corpus, which, besides addressing numerous linguistic and textual issues, also explains the complex legal and historical situation and illustrates Cicero's sophisticated argumentative techniques. Drawing on the contemporary resurgence of academic interest in political oratory, it aims to bring these neglected speeches to a wider audience and will be particularly suitable for both scholars and students interested in Cicero, oratory, Roman law, or the history of the Roman Republic.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198715405 20180416
Law Library (Crown)