Prudentius


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Prudentius

(pruːˈdɛnʃəs)
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(Biography) Aurelius Clemens (ɔːˈriːlɪəs ˈklɛmɛnz). 348–410 ad, Latin Christian poet, born in Spain. His works include the allegory Psychomachia
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The next extended literary reference to Lawrence occurs in a work of the Latin poet Aurelius Prudentius Clemens (348-424).
224) Prudentius wrote that in 839, the Holy Roman Emperor, Louis the Pious, received a team of envoys from the Byzantine Emperor, Theophilus and accompanied by a group of Rus (later determined to be Swedes), who were under the favor of Theophilus and who were attempting to return to Sweden.
Matt 27:37; Mark 15:26), early medieval writers from Augustine and Prudentius to Bede and Alcuin hailed Hebrew, Greek, and Latin, in which Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews was written by Pontius Pilate above the cross.
What we are dealing with from Prudentius onward is clearly a living tradition that still finds its way into new story treatments today.
2 contains 5 annotated writings that relate to pastoral care and a commentary on 2 hymns by Prudentius.
12) Segun Peters, la interpretacion alegorica del personaje comienza con el poema latino medieval Psychomachia, de Aurelius Prudentius Clemens (348-410), en el que se declara el triunfo de las virtudes sobre los vicios y se alaba a Judith como paradigma de castitas doblegando a Lujuria (115 n.
9) At the same time, a large number of Christian hymns, most prominently those of Ambrose, Prudentius, and Sedulius, were composed in forms that adhered to the classical rules of syllable quantity, which indicates the strong classical background of the early Christian hymnodists; as the hymns were intended to be sung, such prosodic considerations would otherwise appear inconsequential.
The Roman Self in Late Antiquity: Prudentius and the Poetics of the Soul.
Tarumbwa bought Glass Finish as a shelf company from Prudentius Kativhu and Tinashe Kunze in 2009.
Clavijo structures the argument presented by Honestidad around a similar war metaphor to that used by Tertullian and Prudentius to represent the struggle between good and bad morals, referring to Modestia, Honor and Verguenza as natural residents of Spain fighting against the deceptive foreigner Moda whose parentage, as has already been mentioned, lies not as originally thought in the apparently benign figures of Bien parecer and Novedad but rather in the two former inhabitants of Hell ('oriundos del infierno'), Obscenidad and Descaro, who are described as working 'a beneficio estrano' (3).
First, what I know about Roman Christian poets in general, and Prudentius in particular, would fit on the head of a perilously small pin, [.
In the early fifth century the Spanish poet Prudentius visited Rome and described the festivals there in honor of the apostles.