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The Durham Liber vitae and its context

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Published by Boydell Press in Suffolk, UK, Rochester, NY .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Northumbria (England : Region),
  • England,
  • Northumbria (Region)
    • Subjects:
    • Catholic Church. Diocese of Durham (England) -- History -- Sources.,
    • Durham Liber vitae.,
    • Monasticism and religious orders -- England -- Northumbria (Region) -- History -- Middle Ages, 600-1500 -- Sources.,
    • Scriptoria -- England -- Northumbria (Region) -- History -- Sources.,
    • Manuscripts, Medieval -- England -- Northumbria (Region),
    • Northumbria (England : Region) -- History -- Sources.,
    • Northumbria (England : Region) -- Genealogy -- Sources.,
    • Northumbria (England : Region) -- Church history -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by David Rollason ... [et al.].
      GenreSources.
      SeriesRegions and regionalism in history,, 1
      ContributionsRollason, D. W.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA670.N8 D87 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 260 p. :
      Number of Pages260
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3289289M
      ISBN 101843830604
      LC Control Number2004002497
      OCLC/WorldCa54446608

      The Durham Liber Vitae (London, British Library, MS Cotton Domitian A VII, f. 7v). The fifth British Library manuscript in the new exhibition is the Durham Liber Vitae or Book of Life (Cotton MS Domitian A VII). This book was made in the 9th century, written in gold and silver ink, and was continued by generations of monks until the Dissolution. Durham (forthcoming in D. Rollason and L. Rollason (eds), The Durham Liber Vitae), and it benefits throughout from his unrivalled knowledge of the Durham Priory archives. David Stone extracted the data, carried out complementary research in the Durham archives, and helped to devise an appropriate methodology.

        Thomas O'Donnell, Fordham University The Old English Durham poem, a metrical description of the town of Durham and its relics, has assumed an iconic status as the "latest" representative of a self-conscious Anglo-Saxon literary tradition. This reputation depends on the view, proposed by Elliott Van Kirk Dobbie in the Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records, that the poem . The Bishopric of Durham in the Late Middle Ages; CHRISTIAN D. LIDDY is Lecturer in History at the University of Durham. An e-book version of this title is available () to libraries through a number of trusted suppliers. The Durham Liber Vitae and its Context. Boydell Press. $ The Keelmen of Tyneside. Joseph M.

      liber vitae ecclesiae dunelmensis nec non obituaria duo ejusdem ecclesiae by durham cathedral at - the best online ebook storage. Download and read online for free liber vitae ecclesiae dunelmensis nec non obituaria duo ejusdem ecclesiae by durham cathedral/5(3). "A recent visit to the website for the Durham Liber Vitae Project found little evidence of recent activity. Thus far, one publication has been noted: The Durham Liber Vitae and its Context, edited by David Rollason et al. [1] "In his contribution to this work, the eminent Professor G. W. S.


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Get this from a library. The Durham Liber vitae and its context. [D W Rollason;] -- The Durham Liber Vitae began in the mid-9th century as a list of several thousand names of people associated with a Northumbrian church, probably Lindisfarne, but possibly Monkwearmouth/Jarrow. From. : The Durham Liber Vitae and its Context (Regions and Regionalism in History) (): David Rollason, A.

Piper, Margaret Harvey: Books. The Durham Liber Vitae (London, British Library, MS Cotton Domitian A. vii) is one of seven surviving libri memoriales from the Carolingian period, and the only English example of its date.

The book, which has been notably little studied, contains several thousand names of persons associated with a Northumbrian church, probably Lindisfarne, but.

A confraternity book (German: Verbrüderungsbuch, Latin: liber confraternitatum or confraternitatis), also called a liber memorialis (memorial book) or liber vitae (book of life), is a medieval register of the names of people who had entered into a state of spiritual brotherhood (confraternity) with a church or monastery in some way, often by visiting it in the capacity of a.

The Durham Liber Vitae (London, British Library, MS Cotton Domitian A. vii) is one of seven surviving libri memoriales from the Carolingian period, and the only English example of its date. The book, which has been notably little studied, contains several thousand names of persons associated with a Northumbrian church, probably Lindisfarne, but possibly.

The Durham Liber Vitae (London, British Library, MS Cotton Domitian A. vii) is one of seven surviving libri memoriales from the Carolingian period, and the only English example of its date.

The book, which has been notably little studied, contains several thousand names of persons associated with a Northumbrian church, probably Lindisfarne, but. The Durham Liber Vitae (London, British Library, MS Cotton Domitian A.

vii) is one of seven surviving libri memoriales from the Carolingian period, and the only English example of its date. The book, which has been notably little studied, contains several thousand names of persons associated with a Northumbrian church, probably Lindisfarne, but possibly Author: David Rollason.

The Durham Liber Vitae (London, British Library, MS Cotton Domitian A. vii) is one of seven surviving libri memoriales from the Carolingian period, and the only English example of its date. The book, which has been notably little studied, contains several thousand names of persons associated with a Northumbrian church, probably Lindisfarne, but possibly Format: Hardcover.

The Durham Liber Vitae is a confraternity book produced in north-eastern England in the Middle Ages. It records the names of visitors to the church of the bishopric of Durham, and its predecessor sees at Lindisfarne and England it is the oldest book of this type, although it is paralleled by later English confraternity books, most notably the New Minster.

This thesis examines in detail the history and use of the Liber Vitae of Durham (BL MS Cotton Domitian A. vii). The manuscript is one of a small group of similar manuscripts created by different monasteries to record the names of associates of the monastery to be remembered during the round of monastic prayer.

The Liber Vitae was first created in the mid-ninth century. The Durham Liber Vitae and Its Context (Regions and Regionalism in History) (Regions and Regionalism in History) by Boydell Press ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Woodbridge: Boydell Press, October ; ISBN A centuries-old tradition continued at Durham Cathedral today as a new list of names were entered into the Liber Vitae, an historic manuscript documenting the names of those who have contributed to the life and work of Durham Cathedral in notable ways.

The current manuscript was started in the millennium by the Chapter of Durham Cathedral and an inscription in the front. English Book Collections in the Late Eleventh and Early Twelfth Centuries: Symeon's Durham and its Context.

In Symeon of Durham: historian of Durham and the North. Rollason Stamford: (). The Gospels of Margaret of Scotland and the Literacy of an Early Medieval Queen.

In Women and The Book. Smith & J. Taylor London. Moore, John S., 'Anglo-Norman Names Recorded in the Durham Liber Vitae ', in The Durham 'Liber Vitae' and its Context, ed. by David Rollason, and others (Woodbridge: Boydell, ), pp.

Mynors, R. B., Durham Cathedral Manuscripts to the End of the Twelfth Century (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ).

J.S. Moore, Prosopographical problems of English libri vitae, in Family Trees and the Roots of Politics, ed. K.S.B. Keats-Rohan (Woodbridge, ) D. Rollason, A. Piper and M. Harvey, eds, The Durham Liber Vitae and its Context () Collection of papers by various authors discussing the Liber Vitae and related records.

The Durham Liber Vitae and Its Context (Regions and Regionalism in History, Band 1) by Rollason, David, A. Piper and Margaret Harvey. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Pt 3: The Durham Liber vitae in context: A Survey of the Early Medieval Confraternity Books from the Continent/Dieter Geunich -- The Liber Vitae of the New Minster, Winchester/Simon Keyes -- Testimonies of the Living Dead: The Martyrology-Necrology and the Necrology in the Chapter Book of Mont-Saint-Michel (Avranches, Bibliothèque municipale.

The Thorney liber vitae (BL, MS Add. 40, fols v) consists of many hundreds of names written in the front of a tenth-century gospel book. This liber vitae is one of only three such compilations surviving from medieval England, the others being the Durham liber vitae (BL, MS Cotton Domitian A vii) and the New Minster liber vitae (BL, MS.

The Liber Vitae of Durham (BL MS Cotton Domitian A. vii): a discussion of its possible context and use in the later Middle Ages a discussion of its possible context and use in the later Middle Ages The possible uses of the book are particularly compared with the other evidence available from Durham for the ways in which friends and Cited by: 1.

The Thorney liber vitae (BL, MS Add. 40, fols v) consists of many hundreds of names written in the front of a tenth-century gospel book.

This liber vitae is one of only three such compilations surviving from medieval England, the others being the Durham liber vitae (BL, MS Cotton Domitian A vii) and the New Minster liber vitae (BL, MS Stowe ). Download Citation | The Durham Liber vitae and its context.

Edited by David Rollason, A. J. Piper, Margaret Harvey and Lynda Rollason. (Regions and Author: Allen J. Frantzen.The Liber Vitae of Durham (BL MS Cotton Domitian A. vii): a discussion of its possible context and use in the later middle ages By Lynda Susan Rollason Download PDF (16 MB)Author: Lynda Susan Rollason.Simon Keynes, 'The Liber Vitae of the New Minster, Winchester' in The Durham 'Liber Vitae' and its context (see Rollason, above), pp.

(p. ). Richard Gameson, 'The circulation of books between England and the continent, cc in The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain, 6 vols (Cambridge: University Press, ), I.