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12 v. col. illus. 20 cm.
  • 1. January.--2. February.--3. March.--4. April.--5. May.--6. June.--7. July.--8. August.--9. September.--10. October.--11. November.--12. December.
Green Library
Book
311 p.
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volumes : maps, frontispieces, illustrations (including facsimiles), plates (some folded), portraits, folded tables ; 37-41 cm (fol.)
  • [V. 1-3] Januarii
  • [v. 4-6] Februarii
  • [v. 7-9] Martii
  • [v. 10-12] Aprilis
  • [v. 13-20] Maii
  • [v. 21-27] Junii
  • [v. 28-34] Julii
  • [v. 35-40] Augusti
  • [v. 41-48] Septembris
  • [v. 49-62] Octobris
  • [v. 63-67] Novembris.
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77 pages ; 21 cm.
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405 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : chiefly color illustrations, map ; 21 cm.
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xxi, 143 p. ; 21 cm.
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viii, 64 pages, [1] leaf of plates : portrait ; 21 cm
  • Zhitīe Svi͡atiteli͡a Īoasafa, chudotvort͡sa Bi͡elgorodskago
  • Svyshe ukazannyĭ putʹ k spasenīi͡u Rossīi
  • Prichiny gibeli Rossīi.
  • Житіе Святителя Іоасафа, чудотворца Бѣлгородскаго
  • Свыше указанный путь къ спасенію Россіи
  • Причины гибели Россіи.
Hoover Library
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[8], 199, [3] p. ; 20 cm
Special Collections
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[6], cxciiii leaves : illustrations (woodcuts) ; 27 cm (4to)
Special Collections
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295 pages, 2 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm
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162 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 22 cm
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702 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
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13. The life of Augustine [2010 - 2015]

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3 volumes ; 24 cm.
  • Contents: Preface - Articles - Notes.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781433102837 20160830
The seventeenth century was the century of Saint Augustine. In 1695, Louis Sebastien, Le Nain de Tillemont, finished volume 13 of his Memoires ecclesiastique, entitled La vie de saint Augustin. The volume consisted of approximately 1200 pages wherein Louis Sebastien gathered from the works of Augustine and elsewhere all extant passages relevant to the biography of Augustine of Hippo. Completed in 1695, the biography was published posthumously in 1700. The work lies in the tradition of Jansenism from Port-Royal and the Leuven. Though an ascetic recluse on the family estate for the last twenty years of his life, he was in touch with important French scholars and the ecclesiastical movements of his time. Louis' work is the first modern biography of Augustine and the most comprehensive of all Augustinian biographies, even today. Modern authors consult him and frequently adopt his theories without citation. His method exercises influence on contemporary Parisian scholar ship on Augustine. This English translation has been divided into three volumes covering three time periods: part 1: birth to episcopal consecraton (354-396); part 2: the Donatist controversy (396-411); part 3: the Pelagian controversy (411-430).
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781433102837 20160830
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206 pages ; 23 cm.
Green Library

15. Confessions [1996]

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viii, 382 pages ; 22 cm
Green Library
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xiv, 657 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Introduction
  • Confession and conversion
  • Worldly ambitions
  • Infancy, order and sin
  • Family scars
  • "So small a boy, so great a sinner..."
  • Unfriendly friendship
  • "To Carthage I came..."
  • Apostle of Christ
  • The living gospel
  • Becoming Martha
  • Selling lies for a living
  • Guided encounters
  • Eternal Rome
  • Milan and Ambrose
  • "Torn from my side..."
  • Greater friends
  • Plato reborn
  • Inwards and upwards
  • Sex, ambition and philosophy
  • Into the garden
  • Gentle withdrawal
  • Villa life
  • "Watering my couch with tears"
  • Augustine with Augustine
  • Born again
  • The last days of Monnica
  • Authority and love
  • Slaves of God
  • True religion
  • The reluctant priest
  • Sinners and seekers
  • Faith and error
  • 'Not in rioting and drunkenness..."
  • Seat of the scornful
  • The seven steps
  • Paul and Lazarus
  • Postal contacts
  • Amazing grace
  • Food for scandal
  • Shared burdens
  • Confessing
  • The heaven of heavens
  • Epilogue.
Saint Augustine is one of the most influential figures in all of Christianity, yet his path to sainthood was by no means assured. Born in AD 354 to a pagan father and a Christian mother, Augustine spent the first thirty years of his life struggling to understand the nature of God and his world. He learned about Christianity as a child but was never baptized, choosing instead to immerse himself in the study of rhetoric, Manicheanism, and then Neoplatonism, all the while indulging in a life of lust and greed. In Augustine , the acclaimed historian Robin Lane Fox re-creates Augustine's early life with unparalleled insight, showing how Augustine's quest for knowledge and faith finally brought him to Christianity and a life of celibacy. Augustine's Confessions , a vivid description of his journey toward conversion and baptism, still serves as a model of spirituality for Christians around the world. Magisterial and beautifully written, Augustine will be the definitive biography of this colossal figure for decades to come.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780465022274 20171204
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525 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm.
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lxxiii, 356 pages ; 26 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Vita Sancti Arnulphi Suessionensis episcopi / auctore Lisiardo
  • Vita, miracula, translatio Sancti Arnulphi Suessionensis episcopi / vita (libri I-II) auctore Hariulfo Aldenborgensi abbate ; miracula et translatio (liber III) auctoribus Lisiardo et Hariulfo
  • Sermo de vita Sancti Arnulphi episcopi Suessionensis
  • Epistolae commendaticiae Hariulfi Aldenborgensis abbatis
  • Genalogia Sancti Arnulphi episcopi Suessionensis
  • Miracula post transitum Beati Arnulphi facta
  • Hymnus Pange lingua
  • Carmen et orationes.
The hagiographers Lisiard and Hariulf pictured St Arnulf, Bishop of Soissons and supposed founder of the Abbey of Oudenburg in Flanders (d. 1087), as a peacemaker. During his life, the holy man fell victim to the struggle for power between secular and ecclesiastical princes. Also Lisiard and Hariulf witnessed a great deal of violence as the result of the Investiture Controversy and communal revolts. Shortly after the St Arnulf's death, Lisiard started to compose the saint's Life, which Hariulf adapted in the first decades of the twelfth century. Both worked together to achieve his canonization, which was realized in 1121. This volume makes available some important narrative sources of the history of Flanders and Northern France in the eleventh and twelfth century century. In particular, these present an interesting insight in ideas on power and violence in theory and practice. Besides, the texts in a modern edition provide the means to enlarge our understanding of the hagiographic methods.
Green Library

19. Letters [1951 - 1955]

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2 volumes 22 cm.
  • v. 1. Letters, 1-185.--v.2. Letters, 186-368.
Green Library
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322 pages ; 20 cm.
  • L'éloge de Grégoire le thaumaturge -- Le genre littéraire -- Les circonstances : lieu et date -- Histoire et légende -- Sources et postérité -- L'éloge de basile -- Le genre littéraire -- La date et le lieu -- Les données historiques -- Le message des deux textes -- Sur la vie et les miracles de notre père parmi les saints grégoire le thaumaturge -- Prologue -- Feintes rhétoriques : la patrie et les ancêtres -- La jeunesse -- L'acquisition des vertus -- La chasteté -- La rencontre avec Origène et le retour dans sa patrie -- Le choix d'une vie solitaire -- L'ordination épiscopale -- Grégoire instruit par Dieu : une vision -- En route vers Néocésarée -- Arrêt dans un temple et victoire sur le démon -- L'arrivée à Néocésarée -- L'évangélisation -- Grégoire médiateur et juge -- Le fleuve dompté -- Le choix d'un évêque -- Le châtiment d'une tromperie -- Miracles divers -- La persécution -- La puissance de l'intercession de Grégoire contre les démons -- Le culte des martyrs -- La mort de Grégoire -- Retour sur l'évangélisation. La peste à Néocésarée -- Eloge du grand basile son frère -- Succession des fêtes et succession des saints -- Le temps ne rend pas Basile inférieur aux autres saints -- Il y a des exemples de sainteté pour chaque génération -- Basile répond à la situation d'aujourd'hui -- Il n'est pas moins grand que ceux qui l'ont précédé : Paul -- Jean-Baptiste -- Élie -- Samuel -- Moïse -- Comment le louer : les mauvaises méthodes -- La véritable manière de le louer : l'imiter.
"Deux éloges, celui du premier évêque de Néocésarée, Grégoire le Thaumaturge, au me siècle, celui de Basile, frère de l'auteur, évêque de Césarée de Cappadoce un siècle plus tard. Leur but est moins de raconter leurs vies que d'en tirer un modèle épiscopal. Moïse et d'autres modèles y sont invoqués comme des figures annonciatrices et comme ceux dont ces évêques ont reproduit le comportement : double éducation, profane et religieuse, contemplation dans la solitude et l'ascèse, direction du peuple. Leur fonction doctrinale est soulignée : parce qu'ils ont reçu la doctrine de Dieu, Grégoire par l'intermédiaire d'une vision qui lui délivre un symbole de foi, Basile par une révélation, ils ont pu jouer leur rôle de phare, d'illuminateur, et leur activité épiscopale a été une longue succession de luttes pour défendre la doctrine. Ces luttes les assimilent aux martyrs : l'évêque est un "martyr" de la foi ; elles se sont accompagnées de miracles qui ont donné un caractère charismatique à leur activité épiscopale. Le modèle ainsi défini, pour l'orateur, doit inspirer le choix de tout évêque."--Page 4 of cover.
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