|Author||Mainzer, H. C.;|
The present work employs the detailed study of one case to illustrate a pattern that may well exist in other cases. It must be borne in mind that the subject population comprises approximately one fifth of the Soviet Union (and steadily growing at a rapid pace) and spread across a substantial portion of the Asian continent What is described in the following pages may have taken place with respect to other non-Russian nationalitie ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Paksoy, H. B.;|
|Subject||e-uro-- Asia, Central Epic literature, Turkic History Sources Politics and government|
The thesis covers new ground in several ways. It is over two hundred years ago that Blomefield first published his monumental survey of Norwich. Since then much work has been done on individual aspects of the Church in late medieval Norwich. However, no attempt had been made to synthesize these later researches. This thesis tries to make the synthesis.
Blomefield used wills extensively in his survey of the Church in Norwich. He used th ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Tanner, Norman P.;|
|Subject||England Norwich (England) Norwich History Wills Church history Sources Religious life and customs|
The attention which has recently been devoted to Ælfric's dependence on large collections of Latin writings for his homiletic sources is in this study extended to hagiographic texts through an examination of the relationship between the sources of Ælfric's saints' lives and an early Latin legendary, here termed Cotton-Corpus. Chapter I reconstructs the contents of an early form of the collection and outlines broad areas of agreement and disag ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Zettel, Patrick H.;|
|Subject||Christian hagiography Sources|
The aim of this study is to examine the biblical commentaries of Andrew of St. Victor, abbot of Wigmore (d.1175), and to pay particular attention to his Jewish sources.
Andrew wrote commentaries on most of the books of the Old Testament. His work can be divided into three groups: commentaries on the historical books, written before 1147; interpretations of the prophetical books, written shortly after c.1134; and his exposition ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Hadfield, Gerry A. C.;|