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Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. In the recently digitised copy of the Psychomachia , Pride Superbia is depicted with particularly flamboyant and sumptuous attire. Thomson, Prudentius, with an English translation , p. The Anglo-Saxon illustrator did depict Faith fully dressed, however, as she crowned a group of martyrs.
There are many other parallels that can be drawn between the punk movement and the medieval period. Indeed, punks themselves sometimes explicitly invoked medieval imagery. If any aspiring punk rockers are reading this, please bear in mind digitised manuscripts from the s and s, as well as albums from the s, as a source of inspiration. Demons and a medieval umbrella in the Harley Psalter.
Guthlac the Demon Slayer. Prepare to meet your doom. The Cycle of Alexander the Great, a group of stories surrounding the great hero of antiquity, is dealt with at length in H. The young Alexander is often depicted with his father, Philip II of Macedonia, accompanying him on his campaigns. No earlier forebears are mentioned. In time, though, a popular hero like Alexander needed to have more than one illustrious ancestor, and so a prequel involving a fearless hero, Florimont, his paternal grandfather, came to light. Corodathis' in the lower margin, Florimont, France, East?
Lotharingia , , Harley MS , f. Olympias giving birth to Alexander the Great, with two eagles on the roof of the palace foretelling Alexander's two empires in Europe and Asia , Netherlands, S. We do not have an image of Florimont, but here is one of his grandson, Alexander, fighting monsters:.
He defeats Camdiobras, king of Hungary, enemy of Mataquas of Albania, and is awarded the hand of his daughter, Romadanaple, together with his lands, which he unites with his own. Both have recently been digitised, as, although they are not illustrated, they are important early copies of the text and contain examples of the south-eastern dialect of French.
The earliest of the two manuscripts, Harley MS , is dated to in the scribal colophon and on the previous page the author states that French is not his mother tongue:. The penultimate folio of Florimont, France, East? The later Harley MS is written in a neat Gothic cursive of the early 14th century with decorated initials and flourishes in the upper margin. The manuscript is dated to in the scribal colophon at the end of the Florimont text. Aimon de Varennes , Alexander the Great , Digitisation , digitization , digitized manuscripts , Florimont , French , romance.
In May , a 30 and a half year-old woman lay dying. A local priest arrived to give her the last rites and held a crucifix in front of her.
This book continues to be studied and to challenge theologians today. In particular, Julian is famous for her extended comparison of God to a mother:.
Julian spent much of her life as an anchoress , or religious recluse, in a room attached to the Church of St Julian at Conisford in Norwich. The learning she displayed might suggest that she was an educated woman, possibly a Benedictine nun. On the other hand, her descriptions of some crucifixion scenes and her interest in Christ as mother might indicate that she was a mother or had given birth herself. Her writings give the impression that Julian was a kind and reassuring counselor: English , Literature , Manuscripts.
There's something thrilling about seeing a literary work copied out in the author's own handwriting. What did he or she cross out? Was their writing neat or messy? Here at the British Library, we have recently digitised manuscripts which the author of the text copied in his or her own hand.
Image of a scribe, from Germany? Features such as spelling, punctution and substantial corrections can all be instructive. The British Library has recently digitised several manuscripts which are generally believed to be autograph copies or contain notes by known scribes. For example, one newly digitised manuscript includes the handwriting of Margaret of York, Duchess of Burgundy.
Margaret later gave the book to her friend and lady-in-waiting Jeanne de Hallewin, according to a dedicatory inscription written by Margaret herself at the end of the manuscript: Another notable recent upload to the British Library's website may come from the pen of the most famous English author himself. Shakespeare is not the only notable figure from the history English literature whose handwriting appears in recently digitised manuscripts.
He could have been paying a compliment to its author. He could have been vain or in need of some good PR.
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Recent uploads to Digitised Manuscripts also include a text which may have been copied almost entirely by its author: Its complex structure and obscure vocabulary have led scholars to dub it one of the most difficult pieces of Latin ever written in England. Page from Frithegod, Breviloquium Wilfridi, England? The substantial nature of some of the corrections also suggests that the text was copied by Frithegod himself. The way these writers interacted with the texts which they themselves had composed and the corrections they made suggest a whole array of possibilities about how they worked as writers, where they were educated, what their influences were, and even how they perceived themselves.
Autograph manuscripts also offer a uniquely intimate connection to people who lived , , and even years ago: Chronicles of Holland Online. Documentary of a Royal Coronation. Anglo-Saxon , autograph , Burgundy , digital humanities , digitised manuscripts , digitization , digitized manuscripts , handwriting , Margaret of York , Shakespeare.
Spring is in the air and April is upon us, so it is high time for a floral gift to our readers. This work exerted a strong influence on literature in France and beyond: Our collections are representative of the types of Rose manuscripts produced, mainly in France: Narcissus and the fountain is a popular subject with artists, featuring in most series of Rose illuminations. Narcissus and his reflection in the water, Roman de la Rose, France Paris , c. Finally in a late 15 th -century representation the Lover sees the rose bush reflected in the fountain:.