Medieval Latin

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Latin used for liturgical purposes during the Middle Ages

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Several of the Lives have appeared previously in his PhD dissertation, and (without translations) in the Toronto-based journals Medieval Studies and The Journal of Medieval Latin. Substantial new contributions in the Dumbarton volumes are the Life of Francis (of Assisi)--Henry's masterwork in fourteen books dedicated to Gregory IX--and the 1666-line Life of Guthlac.
This is contemporary work, despite being set in the French royal court of 1653 and based on bawdy manuscripts from the 11th century written in Medieval Latin.
Further, while the choice of wujud for transliteration alone and not translation is not unacceptable given that the entire treatise concerns this term and its multiple contextualized meanings (as is the case with esse in the medieval Latin tradition), the decision to follow H.
Jungck sought to identify all lexical elements belonging to Medieval Latin and to explain their partly obscure derivation.
The Spiritual Expansion of Medieval Latin Christendom: The Asian Missions.
Could it be that alod is an englishing of the Medieval Latin feudal term al(l)odium 'freehold' earlier than any recorded to date?
Los Angeles, CA, April 17, 2014 --( Independent symphonist, Nathan Felix is turning to the Internet to raise funds for his latest symphony recording, Neon Heaven, a choral symphony sung in Medieval Latin. With funding as the first major obstacle to getting such a large recording, current economic conditions don't make the job any easier.
The BBC announced on Monday that the 16th and final volume of the Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources has been completed and will be published by the British Academy on Wednesday 11 December 2013.
In the past, the Doha Singers festive concert programmes have been mainly restricted to seasonal music, which included excerpts from Handel's Messiah, haunting medieval Latin carols and traditional French, German and Spanish carols.
of Colorado, Boulder) of Statius' Silvae 2.7, a bibliography of Lucan in medieval Latin, his reception in the English Renaissance, and in translations.
Even though McGinnis advises his reader that this is not a critical edition, it is in fact an emendation of al-Yasin's 1996 edition on the basis of 'Zayid's [1983] edition, as well as the Arabic edition of the text found in the Tehran lithograph of The Healing and the available medieval Latin translation of Avicenna's Physics' (xxxii).
For example, a subpoena (from the Medieval Latin, apparently) compelling a witness to appear in court, until fairly recently ended with the threat: "Fail not, at your peril".
With this in mind, I decided to separate direct borrowings from Latin from words which had clearly been transmitted through French and have cognates in Middle English as well as Old French, or in medieval Latin attested from before 1400.
Its Latin ancestor meant "texture; structure; context"; in Medieval Latin, text meant the Gospel.
Theodosius Sphaerica; Arabic and medieval Latin translations.