4 edition of Adamnans De locis sanctis found in the catalog.
Latin text with English translation and notes.Includes the account of the pilgrimage of Arculfus to the Holy Land.
|Statement||Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies|
|Publishers||Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|2||Scriptores Latini Hiberniae -- v. 3|
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The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Dublin 1958 Scriptores Latini Hiberniae.
CONCERNING CHEBRON Chebron, which is also Mambre, once the metropolis of the Philistines 25 and the dwelling place of giants, and in which David reigned for seven years, nowadays, as the holy Arculf relates, has no surrounding walls; and amongst the ruined remains a few vestiges only are to be seen of the city long ago destroyed.
Concerning a grotto in the rock of Mount Olivet, opposite the valley of Josaphat, in which there are IV tables and two wells. In Where Heaven and Earth Meet: Essays on Medieval Europe in Honor of Daniel F.
Sed et hoc sancti Arculfi relatione didicimus quod in eadem rotunda eclesia ad consuetum octo supra memoratarum noctu intrinsecus refulgentium lumen lucernarum prope innumerabiles in nocte festiua Dominicae ascensionis aliae adici soleant lampades, quarum terribili et ammirabili coruscatione per uitreas finistrarum ualuas habundanter effusa mons Oliueti non solum inluminari sed etiam ardere totus uidetur totaque ciuitas inlustrari in humiliore et uicino sita loco.
De quorum subitanea et occulta sublatione cum primo mane Adamnans De locis sanctis ipsum imperatorem Constantinum plurimi operatores mestitia molestati querimonium detulissent rex consequenter inquirit ab Adamnans De locis sanctis dicens: 'Si alias res de castris subtractas audistis? This apostolic church then, built as stated above on the upper level plateau of mount Sion, is a stone structure.
One day our brother Arculf saw it raised up from its reliquary, and in the crowded church kissed it himself amongst the multitude of people who were kissing it. Interioris domus aquilonali in parte pergrande et ualde pulchrum monstratur armarium, in quo capsa habetur recondita lignea, quae similiter ligneo supercluditur operculo; 3. When I asked about this road Arculf said in answer: There is a royal road which leads from Helia southwards to Chebron. Let 40 these remarks concerning it suffice.
Columba, the founder and first abbot of the monastery at Iona. Adamnans De locis sanctis the flogging, however, he was released from his bonds and lived for many years.
Hi readers, it seems you use Catholic Online a lot; that's great! A scholar noted for his piety, he wrote a of St. Extra hanc supra descriptam grandem basilicam, quae intrinsecus talia sancta complectitur loca, alia memorabilis exstat ad occidentalem partem petra, super quam ut fertur flagellatus est Dominus. Then in his 15 stupid folly he sat above himself and evacuated through the opening, is pouring the nuisance of his own person on the ikon of the holy Mary which he had just deposited there.
INCIPIT LIBER SECUNDUS DE SITU BETHLEM 1. Distinctam fluentis cernas regionem et quasi quibusdam excelsa moenibus nauigiorum totis domicilia terris, quae Nili fluminis riparum marginibus ex utraque parte coherent. The whole church would shimmer in gold as the sunlight glimmered off the golden mosaics fig. Our daily version offers only some of what we publish weekly in print.
Outside this great basilica, described above, which includes such holy places on the inside, there is on its western side 10 another memorable rock, on which according to the story the Lord was scourged. He also wrote DE LOCIS SANCTIS, a description of the East told to him by a Frank bishop, Arculf, whose ship was driven ashore near Iona on the way back from Jerusalem.
Accordingly there are keepers there who put in torches and other fuel to tend the fire that acts as a presage of landfall and a mark for the harbour mouth.
This was the tale they used to tell about the holy confessor: At a time when many thousands from every quarter were coming together to 20 form an expedition, a certain fellow, a layman, mounted on horseback, entered the city of Diospolis.
De cuius conditione hanc traditionem ciues a maioribus promulgatam enarrant dicentes: Imperator Constantinus infinita hominum multitudine congregata et undique infinitis sumptibus pene nuditate omnium ciuitatum collectis urbem sui participem nominis in parte Asiae, hoc est in Cilicia, interiecto mari quod in illis finibus inter Asiam et Europam disterminat edificare caepit.
Adamnan takes the very highest place as the biographer of Columcille , and as the author of a treatise "De Locis Sanctis".