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Class 4 Alcuin Bible, Capitularies of Charlemagne, and Moralia in Iob

Collection by Reid Billieu


ARTH 105

nach Albrecht Dürer - Charlemagne, Charles the Great King of the Franks, Emperor of the West, in his coronation robes, My gr grandfather Albrecht Durer, French History, European History, World History, Charles The Great, Kaiser Karl, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Hogwarts, Historia Universal

Charlemagne (742-814). He was not only the first, but possibly the greatest of the emperors from the eighth through the nineteenth century. He restored education, improved law, supported the church, backed Alcuin's attempts to produce an accurate Bible and in many other ways did much that was good. In France, his name was blended with his greatness, and he is known as Charlemagne.

Commemorative labyrinth from Pope Gregory’s Moralia in Job. Starting in the center of the top line, the inscription reads down, left, and right, establishing a labyrinth of letter forms. Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Letter Form, Byzantine Icons, Design Research, Design Development, Ancient Art, Designs To Draw

SPAIN: Commemorative labyrinth from Moralia in Iob, 945. 488 x 337 mm, Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid, Spain. Here, the scribe Florentius designed a labyrinth page bearing the words Florentius indignum memorare, which modestly ask the reader to “remember the unworthy Florentius.” Starting in the center of the top line, the inscription reads down, left, and right, establishing a labyrinth of letter forms. (Meggs)

(Carolingian writing) Capitularies of Charlemagne 873 AD text is Caroline miniscule script at its most sophisticated Copyright by StudyBlue retrieved by the web. Illuminated Letters, Illuminated Manuscript, Louis The Pious, Charles The Bald, Heading Design, Calligraphy Letters Alphabet, Carolingian, Study History, Book Catalogue

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Moralia in Iob Pal. 251 S. Gregorii: Moralia in Iob Jh. Book Catalogue, Calligraphy Letters, Illuminated Manuscript, Illustrations, Celtic, Medieval, Miniatures, Bible, Bullet Journal


Pal. lat. 251: Pal. lat. 251 S. Gregorii: Moralia in Iob (13. Jh.)

Ex ore dragones; Harley German copy of Moralia in Iob Initial D, Book Catalogue, 12th Century, Beach Mat, Ms, Medieval, German, Outdoor Blanket, Miniatures

Ex ore dragones; MS. Harley 3053, German 12th-century copy of Moralia in Iob

Sacred liturgy and liturgical arts. Liturgical history and theology. The movements for the Usus Antiquior and Reform of the Reform. Spirituality, Bible, Calligraphy, History, Reading, Christmas Eve, Romans, Advent, Journey

Did the Roman Rite Anciently Have Three Readings?

Pursuant to Dr. Kwasniewski’s recent article on the Scriptural readings of the Roman Rite, I propose to follow up with a small series of a...

'Alcuin of York' by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Drawing Print Astoria Grand Size: 100 cm H x 86 cm W x cm D, Format: Wrapped Canvas Kingdom Of Northumbria, Yorkshire, Anglo Saxon Kingdoms, Medieval, Henri De Toulouse Lautrec, Art Curriculum, History Facts, Poster Size Prints, Photo Puzzle

Alcuin of York ~ deacon, Abbot of Tours, from Northumbria, England; Master teacher. Served in Charlemagne's court in 781. Created a liberal arts curriculum: grammar, logic, astronomy, arithmetic, geometry, music to Charlemagne and his family and priests. Established writing places for copying ancientmanuscripts with a new writing facilitating faster copying. First to use the question mark. Revised the lectionary. Standardized St. Jerome's Latin Bible and used the singing of the Creed.

Handschrift "Moralia in Iob", Montecassino, 1022 - 1035, © Montecassino, Archivio dell'Abbazia, Cod. Cassin. 73 Museum, Bible, Baseball Cards, Painting, Art, Handwriting, Mannheim, Biblia, Art Background

Benedikt und die Welt der frühen Klöster in Mannheim

Informationen zur Ausstellung "Benedikt und die Welt der frühen Klöster" in den Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen, in Mannheim.