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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
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.
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5. 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

6. 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
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)
Book
vi, 418 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Gesta Collationis Carthaginensis
  • Breviculus collationis / Augustinus
  • Ad Donatistas post collationem / Augustinus.
Green Library
Book
96 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.
  • Introduzione
  • Documento 1. Le antiche ricette della spezieria di Trisulti
  • Documento 2. Processus sive informatio de Vita V. Odonis Cartusiensis, monachi, cuius corpus requiescit in Cast. Taliacotio
  • Documento 3. Relazione sulla morte del venerabile padre Priore di Trisulti sec. XVII
  • Documento 4. Elenco dei monaci e conversi dimoranti nella Certosa di Trisulti secc. XIX - XX
  • Documento 5. Vita p. Cosmas. Monachus Trisulti
  • Documento 6. Traslazione delle reliquie di San Bruno 1857 Illustrazioni.
Green Library
Music score
1 score (11 pages) ; 31 cm.
  • Contents: Ave Regina coelorum - Alma Redemptoris Mater.
Music Library
Book
cxi, 294 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Gelasius of caesarea
  • Life
  • Works
  • Reconstruction of the Church history
  • Methodology
  • Previous scholarship
  • The witnesses to the text
  • Photius
  • Rufinus
  • Socrates and sozomen
  • Theodoret of cyrrhus
  • Anonymus cyzicenus
  • Epitome historiae ecclesiasticae
  • Theophanes, Alexander Monachus (BHG 410) and Vita Constantini (BHG 364)
  • Vita metrophanis et Alexandri (BHG 1279)
  • Vita Athanasii (BHG 185)
  • Vita Spyridonis (BHG 1647)
  • Acta Concilii Universalis Nicaeni Secundi
  • Georgius Monachus
  • Vitae Constantini (BHG 369 and BHG 362)
  • The church history : chronological range, date of writing, literary character
  • Dogmatic fragments
  • Principles of the edition and translation
  • Bibliography
  • Secondary literature
  • Ancient texts
  • Textual witnesses for the edition
  • Sigla
  • Gelasius Caesariensis, Historia ecclesiastica Testimonia
  • Epiphanius of Salamis
  • Jerome
  • Second ecumenical council
  • Subscription list
  • Theodoret of Cyrrhus
  • Byzantine conciliar synopsis
  • Council of Constantinople of 394
  • Subscription list
  • Pelagius of Rome
  • Photius' Bibliotheca
  • Several Gelasii?
  • Treatise against the anomoeans
  • Gelasius vis-à-vis Eusebius of Caesarea
  • Nicephorus gregoras
  • A late Byzantine reader of socrates' church history
  • Early modern libraries
  • A library in constantinople?
  • A library in rhaidestos?
  • Fragmenta
  • Preface
  • Title, incipit, and occasion of composition
  • Further details
  • Abdication and death of diocletian and maximian
  • Fraudulent oracle leading to persecution of Christians
  • Origins of constantine
  • Benevolent reign of constantius chlorus
  • Plot against young constantine and escape to his father
  • Coronation of constantine by his father
  • Succession to diocletian and maximian
  • Constantine's victory over maxentius
  • Support of christians by constantine
  • Persecutions under licinius
  • War between constantine and licinius
  • Peace of church under constantine as sole emperor
  • Way to nicaea
  • Council of nicaea
  • Supporters and opponents of arius at council
  • Burning of the Bishops' petitions
  • Debates at the council
  • Refutation of philosopher by unlearned Bishop
  • Saints Paphnutius and spyridon at the synod of nicaea
  • Decision at nicaea and its discontents
  • Reports about council
  • Report on council to churches
  • Concluding letter of nicene dossier
  • Eusebius' report to church of Caesarea
  • Transmission of decisions of council to various regions
  • Helen in the Holy land
  • Discovery of true cross by Helen
  • Discovery of nails of cross by Helen
  • Helen and virgins of Jerusalem
  • Missionary expansion of Christianity
  • Conversion of ethiopians by frumentius
  • Conversion of georgians
  • Suppression of pagan and promotion of Christian worship by constantine
  • Recall of Arius
  • Constantia and rehabilitation of Arius
  • Arius' deceitful confession of faith
  • Athanasius' resistance to rehabilitation of Arius
  • Arius' return to Alexandria
  • Athanasius' childhood
  • Fabricated charges against athanasius
  • Imperial order for inquest into charges at Tyre
  • Arius' restoration to ecclesiastical communion in Jerusalem
  • Athanasius' appeal to constantine
  • Letter of constantine to Bishops at tyre
  • Summoning of Arius back to constantinople
  • Death of Arius early in reign of constantius
  • Constantius' support of Arians
  • Alexander's prayer and the death of Arius
  • Second trial of Athanasius at tyre
  • Sole rule of constans in the west
  • Show trial and flight of Athanasius from tyre
  • Replacement of maximus by cyril as bishop of Jerusalem
  • Arian conflict on several fronts
  • Athanasius' rehabilitation by constantius
  • Renewal of persecution of Athanasius
  • Synod of Milan
  • Turmoil of church
  • Exile of liberius from Rome
  • Despotic rule of george in Alexandria and exile of Meletius from Antioch
  • Recall of exiles by Julian
  • Council of Alexandria on rehabilitation of Arians
  • Julian's short-lived persecution of Athanasius
  • Persecution of Athanasius under Julian
  • Death of Julian
  • Notes from the reign of valens
  • Persecution of orthodox under valens
  • Tatian's role in Egypt
  • Death of athanasius
  • Fragmenta dogmatica
  • Theology as supreme human activity
  • Salvation of like by like
  • Mixture of human and divine activities in Christ during Passion
  • Twofold nature of christ
  • Antiquity of christianity
  • Balancing honor and lowliness in christ
  • Human and divine actions in christ
  • Christ's subjections to human suffering
  • Restoration of divine image of Adam
  • Glory of man who is not God by nature
  • Difference between Word and flesh
  • Immunity to suffering of christ's divinity
  • One will and activity for one nature
  • Two wills in christ at gethsemane
  • Christ known as god and man through double activity
  • Need to honor christ as both god and man
  • Manifestation of divinity of christ crucified
  • Metaphors for the human nature of christ in scripture
  • Indexes
  • Bible
  • Ancient and medieval texts
  • Manuscripts
  • Proper names
  • Table of concordance.
Green Library
Book
ix, 223 pages ; 24 cm
  • Preface Introduction, by Michael Roberts Elegies 1 2 3 4 5 6 Appendices A. Cassiodorus, Variae 1.21 B. The Appendix Maximiani C. De Boetio Spata Cincto D. Imitatio Maximiani E. Le Regret de Maximian Notes Bibliography.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780812249798 20180326
Not much can be known about the life of Maximianus, who has been called "the last of the Roman poets, " beyond what can be inferred from his poetry. He was most likely a native of Tuscany, probably lived until the middle of the sixth century, and, at an advanced age, went as a diplomat to the emperor's court at Constantinople. A. M. Juster has translated the complete elegies of Maximianus faithfully but not literally, resulting in texts that work beautifully as poetry in English. Replicating the feel of the original Latin verse, he alternates iambic hexameter and pentameter in couplets and imitates Maximianus's pronounced internal rhyme, alliteration, and assonance. The first elegy is the longest and establishes the voice of the speaker: a querulous old man, full of the indignities of aging, which he contrasts with the vigor and prestige he enjoyed in his youth. The second elegy similarly focuses on the contrast between past happiness and present misery but, this time, for the specific experience of a long-term relationship. The third through fifth elegies depict episodes from the poet's amatory career at different stages of his life, from inexperienced youth to impotent old man. The last poem concludes with a desire for the release of death and, together with the first, form a coherent frame for the collection. This comprehensive volume includes an introduction by renowned classicist Michael Roberts, a translation of the elegies with the Latin text on facing pages, the first English translation of an additional six poems attributed to Maximianus, an appendix of Latin and Middle English imitative verse that illustrates Maximianus's long reception in the Middle Ages, several related texts, and the first commentary in English on the poems since 1900. The imminence of death and the sadness of growing old that form the principal themes of the elegies signal not only the end of pagan culture and its joy in living but also the turn from a classical to a medieval sensibility in Late Antiquity.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780812249798 20180326
Green Library
Book
1791 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
  • La baillie du comté de vintimille et val de Lantosque -- L'enquête de Charles II dans la baillie du comté de vintimille et val de Lantosque -- De l'enquête au registre -- La circonscription du Comté de Vintimille et Val de Lantosque -- Le Val de Lantosque -- Le comté de Vintimille -- La baillie du Comté de Vintimille et Val de Lantosque -- Droits et revenus de la cour dans la baillie -- Les droits royaux et les juridictions -- Biens fonciers et revenus domaniaux -- Le peuplement et le statut des hommes -- Les autres pouvoirs -- De grandes familles seigneuriales -- Une petite aristocratie locale -- Seigneurs ecclésiastiques du Val de Lantosque -- Les communautés d'habitants -- Transcription -- La baillie de Seyne -- L'enquête de Charles II dans la saillie de Seyne -- La circonscription administrative -- Le déroulement de l'enquête -- Les déclarations -- Les déclarants -- Les reconnaissants -- Le contenu des déclarations -- De l'enquête au registre -- Les droits royaux et les biens de la cour -- L'administration royale -- Les droits royaux -- Les droits seigneuriaux -- Les impositions -- Les biens propres de la cour -- Les autres revenus -- Population et société -- Les consulats -- Le clergé -- La noblesse -- Les hommes de loi et les notaires -- - Les hommes du roi et l'hommage personnel -- Les dépendants -- Les femmes -- Les juifs -- Les gens de métier -- Population -- Les possessions des déclarants -- Typologie des parcelles et cultures -- L'habitat -- Les moulins -- Les fours -- Transcription (AD13, B.1036) -- La baillie de barcelonnette -- Enquete de Charles II dans la baillie de barcelonnette -- La baillie de Barcelonnette -- L'enquête dans la baillie de Barcelonnette et sa mise en registre -- Sa procédure et sa chronologie -- La mise en registre -- Lé domaine royal en 1297-1298 -- Le domaine royal à Barcelonnette -- -Le domaine royal de basse Ubaye : Le Lauzet -- Le domaine royal en basse Ubaye : Méolans et Revel -- Habitat et population en 1297-1298 -- Élevage et pastoralisme dans la baillie de Barcelonnette -- Pasquerium des fromages et pasqueriuin des brebis -- Les espaces de dépaissance -- Les péages -- Le déplacement des troupeaux et la présence du cheptel étranger -- Les pouvoirs seigneuriaux -- Les domaines de l'archevêque d'Embrun -- L'enquête de 1291 sur les droits de l'archevêque en Ubaye -- Le nom de Barcelonnette -- La Valle Stura angevine -- La préhistoire de la vallée angevine -- La soumission de Cuneo en 1259 et l'administration piémontaise de la vallée jusqu'à 1276 -- Le contrôle provençal -- La seconde domination angevine en Piémont -- Les revenus royaux -- Transcription (AD13, B 1026) -- La viguerie de Marseille -- L'état domanial de c. 1265 et l'enquête de Charles II dans la viguerie de Marseille -- L'état domanial de c. 1265 -- Le registre de l'enquête générale de Charles II à Marseille en 1298 -- Le roi face aux autres pouvoirs -- Les officiers du roi -- Les droits royaux -- 11227639 -- Les revenus du commerce du port -- Marseille face au roi : quelques pistes de réflexion
  • La propriété foncière de la cour à Marseille -- L'organisation du registre de c. 1265 -- L'organisation du registre de 1298 -- Essai de localisation du domaine royal urbain -- Quelques remarques sur les évolutions urbaines -- Les îlots ayant appartenu à Briton Anselme -- Les îlots payant un cens à Anselme Fer -- Les îlots du rivage.
Green Library
Book
151 pages ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
122 pages ; 22 cm.
Green Library
Book
xiv, 289 pages ; 24 cm.
Green Library
Book
2 volumes ; 17 cm.
  • I. Testimonia ; Epic fragments
  • II. Dramatic fragments ; Minor works.
Quintus Ennius (239 169), widely regarded as the father of Roman literature, was instrumental in creating a new Roman literary identity, domesticating the Greek forms of epic and drama, and pursuing a range of other literary and intellectual pursuits. He inspired major developments in Roman religion, social organization, and popular culture.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674997141 20180213
Classics Library
Book
xiv, 739 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), map ; 25 cm.
In 1583 five Jesuit brothers set out with the intention of founding a new church and mission in India. Their dream was almost immediately, and brutally, terminated by local opposition. When their massacre was announced in Rome it was treated as martyrdom. Francesco Benci, professor of rhetoric at the Collegium Romanum, immediately set about celebrating their deaths in a new type of epic, distinct from, yet dependent upon, the classical tradition: 'Quinque martyres e Societate Iesu in India'.0This is the first critical edition and translation of this important text. The commentary highlights both the classical sources and the historical and religious context of the mission. The introduction outlines Benci's career and stresses his role as the founder of this vibrant new genre.
Green Library