The Spiritual Expansion of Medieval Latin
Christendom, the eleventh volume in the series "The Expansion of Latin Europe, 1000-1500," adds significantly to the history of missions in Asia.
evil that reflects a wide range of thematic moments as the music seeks to draw the listener in with Medieval Latin
lyrics over a full symphony.
The current editor of The Dictionary of Medieval Latin
from British Sources, Dr Richard Ashdowne, said "For the last hundred years the project has been systematically scouring the surviving British Medieval Latin
texts to find evidence for every word and all its meanings and usage"
Ludus" in classical Latin meant inter alia 'game", but if one looks in the Latin dictionaries, one will not find the adjective "ludicus", which must be derived from the substantive "ludus" (in Medieval Latin
it neither existed.
Even though McGinnis advises his reader that this is not a critical edition, it is in fact an emendation of al-Yasin's 1996 edition on the basis of 'Zayid's  edition, as well as the Arabic edition of the text found in the Tehran lithograph of The Healing and the available medieval Latin
translation of Avicenna's Physics' (xxxii).
Theodosius Sphaerica; Arabic and medieval Latin
The Irish medievalist Helen Waddell fell in love with Latin hymns at the age of nine when she encountered the Dies Irae in Uncle Tom's Cabin, but she came late to the secular Carmina Burana, the source of one-third of her 1929 Medieval Latin
Lyrics, re-issued with an introduction by John Scattergood.
The present study, ten years in preparation, is obviously a labor of love, an omnium gatherum of medieval Latin
texts gleaned from the manuscripts and rare book holdings of some of the best university and museum libraries of the United States and Western Europe.
They derive thus: bugger from the Middle English bougre or heretic; from the Old French boulgre; from the Medieval Latin
Similarly, his comparative chart of various medieval Latin
rituals (136-139) is very useful for seeing both the common core of the medieval Roman Rite and the distinct ways that Rite was used throughout Europe.
It consists of 2,500 words written in medieval Latin
Source of Wisdom: Old English and Early Medieval Latin
Studies in Honour of Thomas D.