1 edition of Account of a copy of the first edition of the "Speculum Majus" of Vincent de Beauvais, 1473 found in the catalog.
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|Number of Pages||25|
The Speculum Sanctae Mariae Virginis is intercalated between the chapters of the Speculum humanae salvationis; the latter is accompanied by a German translation and followed by a Latin metrical . Book Description The Speculum musicae of the early fourteenth century, with nearly half a million words, is by a long way the largest medieval treatise on music, and probably the most learned. Only the final .
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Account of a Copy of the First Edition of the 'Speculum Majus' of Vincent de Beauvais, Suppl. to Notes on Books of Secrets, Part 2 - Scholar's Choice Edition John Ferguson. Account of a copy of the first edition of the 'Speculum Majus' of Vincent de Beauvais, supplement to 'Notes on books of secrets,' part II / by John Ferguson by Royal College of.
Vincent of Beauvais (Latin: Vincentius Bellovacensis or Vincentius Burgundus; c. / – c. ) was a Dominican friar at the Cistercian monastery of Royaumont Abbey, France. He is known mostly Born: c. / Account of a Copy of the First Edition of the 'speculum Majus' of Vincent de Beauvais, Suppl.
to Notes on Books of Secrets, Part 2 byReviews: 6. ACCOUNT OF A COPY OF THE FIRST EDITION OF THE SPECULUM MAJUS OF VINCENT DE BEAUVAIS, SUPPLEMENT TO NOTES ON BOOKS OF SECRETS, PART II.
BY JOHN. The Speculum Majus, the great compendium of all the knowledge of the middle ages, as it left the pen of Vincent, seems to have consisted of three parts only, viz. the Speculum Naturale. Rome: The Augustan Age: A Source Book.
John Ferguson $ The Gardener's Year (Garden Bookshelf) John Ferguson $ - $ Account of a Copy of the First Edition of the. Ferguson, J., Account of a Copy of the First Edition of the `Speculum majus' of Vincent of Beauvais, Supplement to `Notes on Books of Secrets', part II, Glasgow Fijalkowski, A., The Arabic.
The Argonautics Of Apollonius Rhodius, In Four Books () [Fawkes, Francis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Ferguson, John, Account of a Copy of the First Edition of the "Speculum Majus" of Vincent de Beauvais, Supplement to "Notes on Books of Secrets", Part II, Glasgow, Strathern and.
Vincent de Beauvais, Miroir Historial [Speculum historiale], traduction française par Jean de Vignay Series. The Speculum historiale or "Historical Mirror" is a history of the world down to the s in thirty-one books comprising 3, chapters.
It forms the third part of the Speculum maius, "The great mirror," a. Much of The Book of John Mandeville’s first half, especially information about Constantinople and the Holy Land, stems from William’s account.
Nicholson and Yule, in the Encyclopedia Britannica. By near universal consensus among Medieval scholars, a new critical edition of Vincent of Beauvais' Speculum historiale is definately desired and needed ; the plea of the eminent palaeographer. Vincent of Beauvais, Speculum historiale Speculum historiale, ‘The Mirror of History’, is a history of the world down to the s in thirty-one books comprising 3, chapters.
It is the third part of the. Speculum Britanniae: An Historical and Chorographical Description of Middlesex and Hartfordshire. Wherein Are Alphabetically Set Down the Names of the Cities, Towns (Paperback) by John Norden.
Speculum theologiae bacconicae et commentaria quodlibetica in libros sententiarum Joannis Bacconii. / auctore. Didaco de Castilla., Carmelita. ; tomus III, in quo continentur tractatus de divina.
On the Speculum maius of Vincent of Beauvais, see Lector et Compilator: Vincent de Beauvais, frère prêcheur: un intellectuel et son milieu au XIII e siècle, ed.
Serge Lusignan, Monique Paulmier-Foucart. Production "Set of (manuscript) volumes" and "(manuscript) volume" are key notions of the manuscript tradition of the Speculum Maius.
Depending on the parameters chosen, one can mention ca. to manuscript volumes that contain at least one book of one of the arrives at the high number of about if one considers each individual volume a copy. The author of the most famous encyclopaedia of the middle ages was Vincent of Beauvais (q.v.) (c.
–c. ), whose work Bibliotheca mundi or Speculum majus—divided, as we have it. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Speculum historiale / Vincentius Bellovacensis. Vincent de Beauvais, ?? View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain. Get this Book.
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