The Golden Legend is a collection of hagiographies by Blessed Jacobus de Varagine that was Among incunabula, printed before , Legenda aurea was printed in more editions than the Bible. Its repetitious nature is explained if Jacobus da Varagine meant to write a compendium of saintly lore for sermons and. Buy Legenda Aurea by Jacopo Da Varagine, A. Vitale Brovarone, L. Vitale Brovarone (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices. Buy Le leggende dei santi: (dalla Legenda aurea) Jacopo da Varagine (Varianti) by Jacobus (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low.
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The Golden Legend or Lives of the Saints.
He was a good bishop, and especially distinguished himself by his efforts to appease the civil discords of Genoa among Guelfs and Ghibellines.
The Golden Legendone of the most popular religious dq of the Middle Ages is a collection of the legendary lives of the greater saints of the medieval church. It overtook and eclipsed earlier compilations of abridged legendaria, the Abbreviatio in gestis et miraculis sanctorum attributed to the Dominican chronicler Jean de Mailly and the Epilogus in gestis sanctorum of the Dominican preacher Bartholomew of Trent.
Jacobus da Varagine typically begins with an often fanciful etymology for the saint’s name. The adverse reaction to Legenda aurea under critical scrutiny in the 16th century was led by scholars who reexamined the criteria for judging hagiographic sources and found Legenda aurea wanting; prominent among the humanists were two disciples of ErasmusGeorg Witzelin the preface to his Hagiologiumand Juan Luis Vives in De disciplinis.
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Views Read Edit View history. Theologically Jacobus is one of the first of several Christian writers, who view Mary as mediatrix or mediator between God and humanity. In this time it happed that there was at Rome a dragon in a pit, which every day slew with his breath more than three hundred men.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The eleventh contains the lives of all the bishops in order, and includes the chief events during their episcopates; the twelfth deals in the same way with the archbishops, not forgetting the writer himself.
Robert Appleton Company, For he compiled the legends of the saints Legenda sanctorum in one volume, adding many things from the Historia tripartita et scholastica, and from the chronicles of many writers. The correct derivation is alluded to in the text, but set out in parallel to fanciful ones that lexicographers would consider quite wide of the mark.
The chapter “St Pelagius, Pope and the History of the Lombards” begins with the story of St Pelagius, then proceeds to touch upon events surrounding the origin and history of the Lombards in Europe leading up to the 7th century when the story of Muhammad begins. Thus was the city of Rome delivered from double death, that was from the culture and worshiping of false idols, and from the venom of the dragon. Then thou shalt bind his mouth with a thread, and seal it with thy seal, wherein is the imprint of the cross.
The sixth part deals with the constitution of the city, the seventh and eighth with the duties of rulers and citizensthe ninth with those of domestic life. Then ran the paynims to the sepulchre of S. The penultimate chapter”De Sancto Pelagio Papa,” contains a universal history from the point of view of Lombardyor Historia Lombardica History of Lombardy”from the middle of the 6th century.
Jacobus da Varagine
A French version was made by Jean Belet de Vigny in the 14th century. Legenda aurea or Legenda sanctorum is a collection of hagiographies by Blessed Jacobus de Varagine that was widely read in late medieval Europe.
Jacobus’ etymologies have parallels in Isidore of Varrazze ‘s Etymologiaein which linguistically accurate derivations are set out beside allegorical and figurative explanations.
Jacobus is also said by Sixtus of Siena Biblioth.