Itinerario de la virgen Egeria by Agustín Arce at – ISBN – ISBN – Biblioteca Autores Cristianos – Itinerario de La Virgen Egeria (): Constantinopla, Asia Menor, Palestina, Sinai, Egipto, Arabia, Siria: Edicion Critica del Texto Latino. Another point of discussion and disagreement among scholars is Egeria’s homeland. K. Meister, “De itinerario Aetheriae abbatissae perperam nomini s.
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Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Write a customer review. It is through Valerio’s letter that we first see the name Aetheria or Egeria, and have much of the biographical information.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? English Choose a language for shopping. He praises Egeria and identifies her as a nun, perhaps because she addresses her account to her “sorores” Latin for “sisters” at home.
It survives in fragmentary form in a later copy—lacking a title, date and attribution. Egeria provides a first-hand account of practices and implementation of liturgical seasons as they existed at the time of her visit.
John Bernard has noted that certain details of Egeria’s account that would support a later date—two churches mentioned in the Breviarium and Peregrinatio Egerka both circa —are absent from Egeria’s otherwise detailed description of Jerusalem and thus confirm the 4th century dating.
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Meister argues that her language shows no evidence of Spanish dialect, but rather, suggests that she may have been from one of the well known religious houses of 6th century Gaul ; under this theory, her pilgrimage would have taken place in the first half of the reign of Justinian r.
Philologists have studied Egeria’s letter, which contains a itnierario of information about the evolution of Latin in late antiquity into the ” Proto-Romance ” language, from which the medieval and modern family of Romance languages later emerged.
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A narrative of two visits to Sinai, from Mrs. Retrieved August 20, It is the earliest extant graphic account of a Christian pilgrimage. Share your thoughts with other customers. Upon her return to Constantinople, she planned to make a further trip to St. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. The long letter, dubbed Peregrinatio or Itinerarium Egeriaeis addressed to a circle of women at home. This snapshot is before universal acceptance of a December 25 celebration of the nativity of Jesus ; this is very early and very helpful in cataloguing the development of annual liturgical worship.
Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Get to Know Us. The Oxford dictionary of Byzantium. The middle part of Egeria’s writing survived and was copied in the Codex Aretinuswhich was written at Monte Cassino in the 11th century, while the beginning and end are lost.
Additionally, she visited the burial places of Haranthe brother of Abrahamas well as the site where Eliezer met with Rebecca. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.
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Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. How the codex was found. Historical details it contains set the journey in the early s, making it the earliest of its kind.
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