Venerabilis Baedae Historiam ecclesiasticam gentis Anglorum, Historiam abbatum, Epistolam ad Ecgberctum, una cum Historia abbatum auctore anonymo, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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Page 553 - No. IV. Portions of the Acts, of the Epistle of St. James, and of the First Epistle of St. Peter, from the Bobbio Palimpsest (s), now numbered Cod. 16 in the Imperial Library at Vienna. Edited by HJ WHITE.
Page 558 - Liturgies, Eastern and Western. Edited, with Introductions and Appendices, by FE Brightman, MA, on the Basis of the former Work by CE Hammond, MA Vol. I. Eastern Liturgies. Demy 8vo.
Page 296 - Ay, but to die, and go we know not where ; To lie in cold obstruction, and to rot ; This sensible warm motion to become A kneaded clod ; and the delighted spirit To bathe in fiery floods, or to reside In thrilling regions of thick-ribbed ice...
Page 255 - Igitur a mundi creatione initium capiens, iuxta historiae veritatem qiueque excellentiora summatim decerpens et interdum quaedam, ubi commodum duxit, mystico sensu depingens, ad finem totius veteris ac novi Testamenti interpretando more poetico satis faceta eloquentia perduxit. Quod opus tam lucide tamque eleganter iuxta idioma illius linguae composuit, ut audientibus ac intelligentibus non minimam sui decoris dulcedinem praestet.
Page 134 - Aidan quippe qui primus ejusdem loci episcopus fuit, monachus erat et monachicam cum suis omnibus vitam semper agere solebat. Unde ab illo omnes loci ipsius antistites usque hodie sic episcopale exercent officium ut regente monasterium abbate quem ipsi cum consilio fratrum elegerint omnes presbyteri, diaconi, cantores lectores ceterique gradus ecclesiastici monachicam per omnia cum ipso episcopo regulam servent.
Page 250 - E perņ sappia ciascuno che nulla cosa per legame musaico armonizzata si puņ della sua loquela in altra trasmutare senza rompere tutta sua dolcezza e armonia.
Page 558 - Books of Common Prayer, set forth by authority in the Reign of King Edward VI, compared with each other. Third Edition. 8vo.
Page 255 - Germanicam linguam poetice transferre studeret, quatenus non solum literatis, verum etiam illiteratis, sacra divinorum praeceptorum lectio panderetur. Qui iussis Imperialibus libenter obtemperans nimirum eo facilius, quo desuper admonitus est prius, ad tarn difficile tanque arduum se statim contulit opus, potius tarnen confidens de adiutorio obtemperantiae, quam de suae ingenio parvitatis.
Page 72 - The date of Gregory's meeting with the English slaves at Rome is fixed between 585 and 588 by the fact that after his long stay at Constantinople he returned to Rome in 585 or 586. ... On the other hand, ЛСИа, whom the slaves owned as their king, died in 588 n (Green, The Making of England, p.
Page 362 - Idcirco enim pictura in ecclesiis adhibetur, ut hi qui litteras nesciunt, saltem in parietibus videndo legant quae legere in codicibus non valent.

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