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Ambrose in Anglo-Saxon England, with Pseudo-Ambrose and Ambrosiaster

Dabney Anderson Bankert

Ambrose in Anglo-Saxon England, with Pseudo-Ambrose and Ambrosiaster

by Dabney Anderson Bankert

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Published by Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Mich., USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ambrose, -- Saint, Bishop of Milan, -- d. 397 -- Manuscripts -- Catalogs.,
  • Ambrosiaster.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Dabney Anderson Bankert, Jessica Wegmann, and Charles D. Wright.
    GenreCatalogs.
    SeriesOld English newsletter. Subsidia -- 25
    ContributionsWegmann, Jessica M., Wright, Charles Darwin, 1954-, Modern Language Association of America. Old English Division., Western Michigan University. Medieval Institute., Western Michigan University. Richard Rawlinson Center for Anglo-Saxon Studies and Manuscript Research
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ6616.A56 B36 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, 86 p. ;
    Number of Pages86
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22649643M
    LC Control Number2002510054

    The name Ambrose is a boy's name of Latin origin meaning "immortal one". A favorite of British novelists including Evelyn Waugh and P. G. Wodehouse, Ambrose has an air of blooming well-being and upper-class erudition. It comes from the same Greek root as 'ambrosia', the food of the gods, literally 'belonging to the immortals.'.   Ambrose in Anglo-Saxon England, with Pseudo-Ambrose and Ambrosiaster, Contributions to Sources of Anglo-Saxon Literary Culture, by Dabney Anderson Bankert, Jessica Wegmann, and Charles D. Wright. "Saint Ambrose" at the Christian Iconography website; Forum about the "ambrosian rite" (in Italian).

    AMBROSE. AMBROSE (c. – ), church father, bishop, theologian, and Christian saint. Ambrose is distinguished by being the first Latin church father to have been born and reared in the Christian faith. His life mirrors the social, political, and religious tensions of the Constantinian era. Ambrose London was born in , at birth place, to Ambrose London and Mary Violet London (born Cornish). Ambrose was born in , in Pittstone, Buckinghamshire, England. Mary was born in , in Gravesend, Kings, Long Island, New York.

    Sources of Anglo-Saxon Literary Culture: The Apocrypha. Ed. Frederick M. Biggs. Instrumenta Anglistica Mediaevalia 1. Kalamazoo, Old English Newsletter Subsidia. The Liturgical Books of Anglo-Saxon England. Ed. Richard W. Pfaff. Old English Newsletter Subsidia Kalamazoo, Ambrose in Anglo-Saxon England, with Pseudo-Ambrose and. History. Æthelwulf, King of Wessex: Early British Kingdoms page Alfred as Educator of his people and man of letters By Stopford Brooke, ; Alfred the Great; Alfred the Great Official Website of the British Monarchy; Angelcynn site, a group devoted to living history, a good site with history and culture resources. DOWN; Anglo-Saxon Dooms –; Anglo-Saxon Law an overiew by Anthony D.


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