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Dependent upon the manuscripts and textual content of the statement on St. Paul written by means of Lanfranc of Bec within the mid-eleventh century, this e-book examines the context, theology, and techniques of Lanfranc's composition and the impact of his instructing at Bec.

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That is, in faith in Christ Jesus. In christo. . id est in Àde christi iesu. The Àrst point of interest is the close connection between verse and gloss. The glosses were devised as basic study guides to each verse. Lanfranc’s logical maneuverings were so intricate and closely related to the diction and development of Paul’s argument that his glosses would be meaningless apart from a careful comparison to the original text. The beneÀts of the glossed format are apparent. Lanfranc’s comments were commonly brief, succinct summaries of a discrete biblical verse.

Ut est in actibus apostolorum. Segregate mihi barnabam et saulum in opus quod assumpsi eos. B Paulus servus iesu christi vocatus C id est ad apostolus segregatus in evangelium subaudis praedicandum dei. the same, some confusion as to the authorship of the commentary may have arisen, particularly by the date of the Eastry catalogue when earlier glosses had been eclipsed by the Glossa ordinaria. R. F. , The Cambridge History of the Bible Volume 1: From the Beginnings to Jerome (Cambridge: 1970), vol.

Gasper’s analysis of Anselm’s sources. 70 According to this list, fully one-third of the works at Bec were by Augustine. Other expected monastic/sacred works were represented, particularly Ambrose, Bede, Gregory the Great, and Jerome. L. 150, 771–8. Another twelfth-century list records the gifts of Philip Harcourt Bishop of Bayeux. L. 150, 779–82. 68 Geneviève Nortier, Les bibliothèques médiévales des abbayes bénédictines de Normandie (Caen: 1966). For Bec see pp. 57–83, and for the list of works in the surviving catalogues of Norman monasteries see Appendix II.

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