Medieval Latin as used in England.


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Medieval Latin as used in England. Abbr.: AL
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Among their topics are dressing philosophy with sal niger: Horace's role in Seneca's approach to the diatribic tradition, custode rerum Caesare: Horatian civic engagement and the Senecan tragic chorus, studiorum instrumenta: loaded libraries in Seneca and Horace, constructing oneself in Horace and Seneca, and their influence on the Anglo-Latin "moralizing lyric" in early modern England.
The Anglo-Latin dataset is represented by three authors (chronologically): Aldhelm of Malmesbury (d.
Henry of Avranches was one of the first real professional Latin poets of the medieval period, and has been acclaimed as the foremost Anglo-Latin poet of the thirteenth century.
Where Symphosius and the Anglo-Latin riddlers do little to exploit the association between writing technology and prosopopoeia, the Old English riddles fasten upon this idea of writing as a material voice and present it repeatedly in the act of speaking.
The collection shows that the compiler is moving away from "the generic categorization of the Virgin that twelfth-century Anglo-Latin collections imposed and toward a didactic manipulation of intertextual relationships" (84).
167-566) is a comprehensive edition of all sixty Old English prognostics (eleven of which are running glosses of Latin originals), supplemented by a representative selection of 114 Anglo-Latin texts.
McFadden sees Tolkien's treatment of the Swertings in light of "depictions of the sigelwara, or Ethiopians, in Anglo-Latin and Old English literature" (156).
Finally comes parody of the encomium urbis in the Anglo-Latin Stores of the Cities (pp.
The threat to masculine identity, as Emma Petit argues, using Aldhelm of Malmesbury's Anglo-Latin treatises, was heightened by entry into the monastic life.
Instead, he wants to align Argentina with Brazil and Mexico, which he visits later this week, in a common Anglo-Latin American front to carry the banner for economic liberalisation.
The discussion of the early cultural setting suffers from a lack of acquaintance with recent work that uses Anglo-Latin to reveal more about the intellectual horizons of Anglo-Saxon England.