6 edition of The Dramatic Liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England (Anglo-Saxon Studies) found in the catalog.
August 8, 2002
by Boydell Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||256|
On Easter Day, at the monastic hour of Nocturns, the church’s liturgy shades into re-enactment of the resurrection of Christ. As M. Bradford Bedingfield has discussed in depth (in The Dramatic Liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England, pp. ), this. Buy Liturgy, Architecture, and Sacred Places in Anglo-Saxon England (Medieval History and Archaeology) Reprint by Gittos, Helen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(5).
INSIDE THE CELTIC-ANGLO-SAXON CHURCH CIRCA The Orthodox Faith, as it existed from circa A.D. 37 to the Great Schism of A.D. - The Church of Wales, England, Scotland, Cornwall, Brittany and Ireland in the first Millennium of Christianity Escomb church in County Durham lies in a circular Celtic enclosure and is probably. Pastoral Care in Late Anglo-Saxon England Francesca Tinti, Francesca Tinti The tenth and eleventh centuries saw a number of very significant developments in the history of the English Church, perhaps the most important being the proliferation of local churches, which were to be the basis of the modern parochial system.
Dramatic Liturgy of Anglo-saxon England, Hardcover by Bedingfield, M. Bradfor $ Free shipping. The Adventurers. A new Dramatic Piece, of two A, Contributors-, $ Free shipping. Good: A book that has been read but is in good Rating: % positive. The essays in this volume offer the fruits of new research into the liturgical rituals of later Anglo-Saxon England. They include studies of individual rites, the production, adaptation and transmission of texts, vernacular gospel translations, liturgical drama and the influence of the liturgy on medical remedies, poetry and architecture; also covered are the tenth-century Author: Helen Gittos.
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This, the author argues, is the dramatic quality of the late Anglo-Saxon liturgical rites. The strongest point of this book is the extensive use of vernacular homilies and sermons along with other liturgical sources in an attempt to reconstruct the ‘dramatic’ aspects throughout the liturgical cycle of late Anglo-Saxon : Yitzhak Hen.
Get this from a library. The dramatic liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England. [M Bradford Bedingfield] -- Liturgical rituals of the high festivals from Christmas to Ascension in late Anglo-Saxon England; liturgical practice derived from from vernacular homilies and sermons.
: The Dramatic Liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England (Anglo-Saxon Studies) (Volume 1) (): Bedingfield, M. Bradford: BooksCited by: This volume presents an examination of the liturgical rituals of the high festivals from Christmas to Ascension in late Anglo-Saxon England, particularly in the secular church.
It expands the current knowledge of liturgical practice in a period where there is little direct evidence, using vernacular homilies and sermons - important but neglected sources of information - to explore the extent 2/5(1).
The Dramatic Liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England; August 8 black and white illustrations pages x cm Anglo-Saxon Studies This book constitutes an important step towards a better understanding of the late Anglo-Saxon liturgy and the context in which it developed.
ENGLISH HISTORICAL REVIEW. Liturgy and the ecclesiastical history of late Anglo-Saxon England: four studies / By: Dumville, D. Published: () The royal patronage of liturgy in Frankish Gaul to the death of Charles the Bald () / By: Hen, Yitzhak.
Published: () Anglo-Saxon England, By: Stenton, F. Published: (). The essays in this volume offer the fruits of new research into the liturgical rituals of later Anglo-Saxon England.
They include studies of individual rites, the production, adaptation and transmission of texts, vernacular gospel translations, liturgical drama and the influence of the liturgy on medical remedies, poetry and architecture; also covered are the tenth-century.
Bedingfield, M. The dramatic liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England - Boydell Press - Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK. The book presupposes a reasonable understanding of English geography and political boundaries during the Anglo-Saxon period, so other books are necessary to fill that gap.
On the other hand there is simply no other work written which does as good a job in providing a detailed, comprehensive picture of Anglo-Saxon England as this one/5(49).
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Bedingfield elaborates on these issues in his book The Dramatic Liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England (Woodbridge, ).
Rending the Garment and Reading by the Rood 53Author: Yitzhak Hen. The Dramatic Liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England began as Bedingfield's Oxford University dissertation and covers church traditions in tenth- and eleventh-century England, particularly the dramatic and participatory aspects necessary for inspiring the largely illiterate congregants.
For more detail, I recommend you to the classic The Dramatic Liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England by M. Bradford Bedingfield, which I'm drawing on here - sadly I can only give a few highlights. On Palm Sunday, churchmen and lay people alike could participate in the reenactment of Christ's entry into Jerusalem, carrying aloft their 'palm-twigu' in Author: Clerk of Oxford.
The book demonstrates the enduring concern of Anglo-Saxon authors with learning throughout Old English and Latin poems, hagiographies, histories, and schoolbooks. Reviews 'The Experience of Education in Anglo-Saxon Literature does full justice to the Anglo-Saxon interest in pedagogy and the complexity of their attitudes to : Irina Dumitrescu.
The Book of the Liturgy in Anglo-Saxon England By Christopher A. Jones The book as a symbol of totality and logocentric order has become a familiar motif in histories of medieval culture.
In recent years numerous studies have ex-amined in detail not only how this "idea of the book" and its dependent metaphors. "This book examines the pastoral and sacramental work of the early medieval church in the British Isles.
The twelve essays in this collection advance the contemporary study of the women saints of Anglo-Saxon England by challenging received wisdom and offering alternative methodologies.
The Dramatic Liturgy Of Anglo Saxon England. Author. The Dramatic Liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England This volume presents an examination of the liturgical rituals of the high festivals from Christmas to Ascension in late Anglo-Saxon England, particularly in the secular : Dorothy Haines.
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Liturgy, Architecture, and Sacred Places in Anglo-Saxon England Helen Gittos Medieval History and Archaeology. One of the first studies to consider how church rituals were performed in Anglo-Saxon England; Draws on little-known surviving liturgical sources to consider the architectural context of church rites.Hawkes, Sonia Chadwich, ed.
Weapons and Warfare in Anglo Saxon England. Oxford University Committee for Archeology, Oxford University Committee for ."dramatic" ' (p. 7). In his introduction, he addresses the much-pondered question of whether or not the Anglo-Saxon Vìsitatio Sepulchri is the origin of later medieval representational drama, by stressing the way in which the scene works in the context of the Anglo-Saxon liturgy; a context which requires it to.