By Sandra Hindman, Laura Light
Through the heritage of Christianity, women and men have wrestled with the problem of the way to interpret, and the way to stick to, the Gospels. Intrinsic to this approach is the concept that of "reform", a attractiveness that adjustments is important to be able to go back to a extra actual Christian existence. The nearly thirty-five manuscripts provided right here hint this strategy from the 12th to the 16th centuries throughout the texts that encouraged reform activities and communicated their principles to others.
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27). The Latin Gospel of Nicodemus is a fifth-century translation of an earlier Greek text. It tells the story of Christ’s Passion, Resurrection and Ascension, followed by the story of Joseph of Arimathea, and an account of Christ’s Descent into Hell. It filled in details missing in the canonical Gospels, such as the names of the thieves crucified with Christ, Dismas and Gestas, and the name of the soldier who pierced Christ’s side, Longinus. It also elaborated the events from the moment of Christ’s death on the cross to his burial, enlarging the role of Joseph of Arimathea, describing the deposition in detail, and focusing on Mary’s lamentation and reluctance to be separated from her son.
Dimensions 257 x 180 mm. , L’Evangile de Nicodème: Les versions courtes en ancien français et en prose, Geneva, 1973; Hershon, Cyril P. and Peter T. Ricketts, “La tradition occitane de l’Évangile de Gamaliel, éditions et commentaires,” La France latine. Revue d’études d’oc, nouvelle série 144 (2007), pp. 132-327; Hoogvliet, 2013; Lobrichon, 2013; O’Gorman, 1997; Sneddon, 2011. reduced 78 iii. infLuence of the modern devotion and other trends in t h e L at e m e d i e va L p i e t y i n i ta Ly a n d f r a n c e 29 [anonYmous], Le livre nommé la discipline d'amour divine In French, decorated manuscript on parchment and paper Northern France or Southern Low Countries, c.
Dimensions 182 x 146 mm. literature : Chrisman, 1985; Edwards, 1994; Keller and Goetze,1964-1982; Beutin, Wolfang, History of German literature: From the Beginnings to the Present Day, trans. by Claire Krojzl, London and New York, 1993, pp. 72-4; VD 16 S 221. reduced 94 i v. ), c. 1550 (after 1533) The importance of the Bible in the sixteenth century in the prayer life of the laity and as a source of comfort and consolation is embodied in this beautifully written and richly illuminated manuscript copied for an unidentified prince.
Paths to reform: "Things new and old" by Sandra Hindman, Laura Light