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Title The new Cambridge history of the Bible. Volume 2, From 600 to 1450 / edited by Richard Marsden and E. Ann Matter
Published Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (xxii, 1045 pages) : illustrations
Series New Cambridge History of the Bible
New Cambridge History of the Bible
Contents Introduction / Richard Marsden -- Texts and versions -- The Hebrew Bible / Judith Olszowy-Schlanger -- The Greek Christian Bible / Barbara Crostini -- Jewish Greek Bible versions / Nicholas de Lange -- The Latin Bible, c. 600 to c. 900 / Pierre-Maurice Bogaert -- The Latin Bible, c. 900 to the Council of Trent, 1546 / Frans van Liere -- The Bible in Ethiopic / Ephraim Isaac -- The Bible in Arabic / Sidney H. Griffith -- The Bible in Armenian / S. Peter Cowe -- The Bible in Georgian / Jeff W. Childers -- The Bible in Slavonic / Henry R. Cooper Jr. -- The Bible in Germanic / Andrew Colin Gow -- The Bible in English / Richard Marsden -- The Bible in the languages of Scandinavia / Bodil Ejrnæs -- The Bible in French / Clive R. Sneddon -- The Bible in Italian / Lino Leonardi -- The Bible in Spanish and Catalan / Gemma Avenoza -- Format and transmission -- The Bibles of the Christian East / Georgi R. Parpulov -- Carolingian Bibles / David Ganz -- The Latin gospelbook, c. 600-1200 / Dorothy Shepard -- The Glossed Bible / Lesley Smith -- The thirteenth century and the Paris Bible / Laura Light -- Romanesque display Bibles / Dorothy Shepard -- Latin and vernacular Apocalypses / Nigel Morgan -- The Latin psalter / Theresa Gross-Diaz -- Illustration in biblical manuscripts / John Lowden -- The Bible interpreted -- Byzantine Orthodox exegesis / Tia M. Kolbaba -- The patristic legacy to c. 1000 / John J. Contreni -- The early schools, c. 900-1100 / Guy Lobrichon -- The Bible in medieval universities / William J. Courtenay -- Scripture and reform / Mary Dove -- Jewish biblical exegesis from its beginnings to the twelfth century / Robert A. Harris -- The Bible in Jewish-Christian dialogue / A. Sapir Abulafia -- The Bible in Muslim-Christian encounters / David Waines -- The Bible in use -- The Bible in the medieval liturgy, c. 600-1300 / Joseph Dyer -- The use of the Bible in preaching / Siegfried Wenzel -- The Bible in the spiritual literature of the medieval West / E. Ann Matter -- Literacy and the Bible / Marie-Luise Ehrenschwendtner -- The Bible and canon law / Gerald Bray -- The Qurʼān and the Bible / Angelika Neuwirth -- The Bible transformed -- The Bible in public art, 600-1050 / John Mitchell -- The Bible in public art, 1050-1450 / C.M. Kauffmann -- Icons of the eastern church / Robin Cormack -- Medieval verse paraphrases of the Bible / Evelyn Birge Vitz -- Staging the Bible / Lynette R. Muir -- Bibliography
Summary This text discusses the developing identity of the Bible from late antiquity to the Reformation. Topics include the reception of the Scriptures in East and West, specialised interpretations such as allegorised spirituality and established forms of glossing, and the influence on vernacular poetry, prose, drama and the visual arts
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 874-983) and index
Notes English
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Subject Bible -- History.
Bible -- Versions.
Bible.
RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- New Testament.
Religion.
Philosophy & Religion.
Christianity.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Marsden, Richard, editor.
Matter, E. Ann, editor.
ISBN 9781139050555
1139050559
9781139050555