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eBook Medieval Images Of Saint Bernard Of Clairvaux (Cistercian Studies) download ISBN: 0879073101
Author: James France
Publisher: Cistercian Publications; Pap/Cdr edition (April 1, 2007)
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Medieval Images of Saint Bernard of Clairvaux. Cistercian Publications, Kalamazoo, Mich.

He received a doctorate in 2002 from the University of Roskilde, having written a dissertation on The Medieval iconography of St Bernard of Clairvaux c. 1135 - c. 1530 2012 saw the publication of a book on Cistercian lay brothers. France has been a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London since 1998. The Cistercians in Scandinavia. Medieval Images of Saint Bernard of Clairvaux.

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Start by marking Medieval Images Of Saint Bernard Of Clairvaux as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. A CD image-index of medieval portrayals accompanies the book of this influential saint. Aft From his own day (he died in 1153) throughout the Middle Ages Bernard has been portrayed in paintings, manuscript illuminations, wooden and stone carvings, and stained glass windows.

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The Letters of St. Bernard of Clairvaux Paperback – March 26, 1998. by of Clairvaux S. ernard (Author), Bruno Scott James (Translator), Beverly Kienzle (Introduction), Christopher Holdsworth (Foreword) & 1 more. This book's a worthwhile place to start tracking mediaeval history, by tracking a colossus. As welcomed and vital a book as Gilson's 'Mystical Theology of St Bernard.

James France received his PhD from Roskilde University, Denmark. He is the author of The Cistercians in Scandinavia, The Cistercians in Medieval Art, and Medieval Images of Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, all published by Cistercian Publications. Dr. France is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries.

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Bernard of Clairvaux Cistercian - Bing images. There are those who seek knowledge for the sake of knowledge; that is Curiosity. Saint Bernard of Clairvaux Reminds Us that 'Love Is Sufficient of Itself' - Christian Saints & Heroes - News - Catholic Online. The hymn is based on a long medieval Latin poem, Salve mundi salutare, with stanzas addressing the various parts of Christ& body hanging on the Cross.

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According to tradition, Bernard founded the monastery on 25 June 1115, naming it Claire Vallée, which evolved into Clairvaux.

Bernard of Clairvaux (d. 1153) was the subject one significant biography. There is a new collection of the complete early biographical materials 6 James France, Medieval Images of Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, Cistercian Studies 210 (Kalamazoo, 2007). The so-called Vita prima Bernardi (abbreviated here as VP) is something of a jum­ ble. Three different authors composed its five books. Thanks to Brian McGuire for this reference. 7 Paschal Phillips, The Presence-and Absence-of Bernard of Clairvaux in the Twelfth- Century Chronicles, in Bernardus Magister, ed. John R. Sommerfeldt (Cistercian Publica­ tions, 1992), pp. 35-53.

Bernard of Clairvaux, S. verview of St. Bernard of Clairvaux's life. St. Bernard of Clairvaux, (born 1090, probably Fontaine-les-Dijon, near Dijon, Burgundy -died August 20, 1153, Clairvaux, Champagne; canonized January 18, 1174; feast day August 20), Cistercian monk and mystic, founder and abbot of the abbey of Clairvaux and one of the most influential churchmen of his time.

From his own day (he died in 1153) throughout the Middle Ages Bernard has been portrayed in paintings, manuscript illuminations, wooden and stone carvings, and stained glass windows. Both Bernard's reputation and the characteristic piety of the artists are revealed in the depictions. A CD image-index of medieval portrayals accompanies the book of this influential saint.

After a career in business, James France returned to a love of the Cistercian tradition enkindled at Oxford University. His previous research has been published in The Cistercians in Scandinavia, and Cistercians in Medieval Art. This latest international research was done as part of his doctoral research at the University of Roskilde.