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by Thomas Heffernan,E Ann Matter

eBook The Liturgy of the Medieval Church (Teams Varia) download ISBN: 1580440916
Author: Thomas Heffernan,E Ann Matter
Publisher: Medieval Institute Publications; 2nd ed. edition (April 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 734
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E. Ann Matter is a Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, specializing in Medieval Christianity.

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Crucial to any serious undertaking of Medieval Studies, of course, is a firm grasp of the nature and importance .

Crucial to any serious undertaking of Medieval Studies, of course, is a firm grasp of the nature and importance of Christian liturgy, the cultus which gave rise to the cultura of medieval western Europe.

The Liturgy of the Medieval Church (Teams Varia). Among his publications on the manuscript and printed sources of the medieval liturgy is The Secular Liturgical Office in Late Medieval England (Brepols, 2015). Series: Teams Documents of Practice.

The Liturgy Of The Me. .by Thomas J. Heffernan. I also found the glossary at the end of the book to be very useful. When one refers to the Church during the Medieval period, one is referring to the Catholic Church.

This book is the first comprehensive examination of a manuscript that is of supreme value to literary scholars of medieval English literature.

This volume seeks to address the needs of teachers and advanced students who are preparing classes on the Middle Ages or who find themselves confounded in their studies by reference to the various liturgies that were fundamental to the lives of medieval peoples. This book is the first comprehensive examination of a manuscript that is of supreme value to literary scholars of medieval English literature.

oceedings{Swanson2002TheLO, title {The Liturgy of the Medieval Church. Thomas J. Heffernan, E. Ann Matter}, author {Robert N. Swanson}, year {2002} }. In a series of essays, scholars of the liturgy examine The Shape of the Liturgical Year, Particular Liturgies, The Physical Setting of the Liturgy, The Liturgy and Books, and Liturgy and the Arts. A concluding essay, which originated in notes left behind by the late C. Clifford Flanigan, seeks to open the field, to examine liturgy within the larger and more inclusive category of ritual. The essays are intended to be introductory but to provide the basic facts and the essential bibliography for further study.

Similar books and articles. Views of Transition: Liturgy and Illumination in Medieval Spain. Carol F. Heffernan, The Orient in Chaucer and Medieval Romance. Studies in Medieval Romance. Woodbridge, En. and Rochester, . Boydell and Brewer, 2003.

Liturgical Vessels and Implements. Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University, 2001. The Art of the Book in the Middle Ages. Double-Sided Ivory Liturgical Comb with Scenes of Henry II and Thomas Becket. Head of a Crozier with a Serpent Devouring a Flower.

A Journal of Medieval Studies. R. N. Swanson, "The Liturgy of the Medieval Church. Doing Things beside Domesday Book. Volume 77, Number 4 Oc. 2002. Ann Matter," Speculum 77, no. 4 (Oc. 2002): 1303-1305. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. The Enduring Attraction of the Pirenne Thesis. The Digital Middle Ages: An Introduction.

This volume seeks to address the needs of teachers and advanced students who are preparing classes on the Middle Ages or who find themselves confounded in their studies by reference to the various liturgies that were fundamental to the lives of medieval peoples. In a series of essays, scholars of the liturgy examine The Shape of the Liturgical Year, Particular Liturgies, The Physical Setting of the Liturgy, The Liturgy and Books, and Liturgy and the Arts. A concluding essay, which originated in notes left behind by the late C. Clifford Flanigan, seeks to open the field, to examine liturgy within the larger and more inclusive category of ritual. The essays are intended to be introductory but to provide the basic facts and the essential bibliography for further study. They approach particular problems assuming a knowledge of medieval Europe but little expertise in liturgical studies per se.