3 edition of Divers ancient monuments in the Saxon tongue found in the catalog.
Divers ancient monuments in the Saxon tongue
by Printed by E[dward] G[riffin and John Haviland] for Francis Eglesfield, and are to be sold at the signe of the Marigold in S. Pauls Church-yard in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Here follovveth the words of Elfrike Abbot of S. Albons., Here followeth the words of Elfrike Abbot of S. Albons., Lords Prayer, the Creed, and the Ten commandments in the Saxon and English tongue., That S. Paul, Simon Zelotes, and Ioseph of Arimathea preached the word here in Britanie., That S. Paul, Simon Zelotes, and Joseph of Arimathea preached the word here in Britanie., Sermon of the Paschall Lambe, and of the sacramental body and bloud of Christ our Saviour., Testimonie of antiquitie.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1026:19.|
|Contributions||Aelfric, Abbot of Eynsham, Lisle, William, 1579?-1637.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 43, 43, , 14, 14,  p.|
|Number of Pages||61|
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Divers ancient monuments in the Saxon tongue written seven hundred yeares agoe. Shewing that both in the Old and New Testament, the Lords prayer, and the Creede, were then used in the mother tongue Selections Testimonie of antiquitie.
Aelfric, Abbot of Eynsham. Lisle, William. Parallel Anglo-Saxon and English : William Lisle. Divers ancient monuments in the Saxon tongue written seven hundred yeares agoe. Shewing that both in the Old and New Testament, the Lords prayer, and the Creede, were then used in the mother tongue: and also, what opinion was then held of Pages: Get this from a library.
Divers ancient monuments in the Saxon tongue: written seven hundred yeares agoe. Shewing that both in the Old and New Testament, the Lords prayer, and the Creede, were then used in the mother tongue: and also, what opinion was then held of the sacrament of the body and blood of Christ.
Published by William L'isle of Wilburgham, Esquire to the Kings body. Divers ancient monuments in the Saxon tongue written seven hundred yeares agoe. Shewing that both in the Old and New Testament, the Lords prayer, and.
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Shewing that both in the Old and New Testament, the Lords prayer, and the Creede, were then used in the mother tongue: and also, what opinion was then held of the sacrament of the body and blood of Christ. Published by William L'isle of Wilburgham, Esquire to the Kings. The book concludes with the Lord's Prayer, the Creed, and Ten Commandments in Anglo-Saxon, with a verbal interlinear translation intended to serve as exercises for beginners.
There was a second edition of this "Saxon Treatise" under the title of Divers Ancient Monuments inthe year after his death. L'Isle, William, Divers Ancient Monuments of the Saxon Tongue, 2nd edn [but not so marked] (London, ). 17 Citations are to text and page and/or line number. Abbreviations are as follows: ‘Decal.
Praecipt.’ = ‘Ælfric's Epistle to Wulfstan’Cited by: 1. English examined; two centuries of comment on the mother-tongue. [Susie I Tucker] Divers Ancient Monuments in the Saxon Tongue --Learning Anglo-Saxon under difficulties A Guide to the English Tongue --Comments from an Eighteenth-century spelling book --A Dictionary of all the Words Commonly Us'd in the English Tongue --Advantages and.
The first printed collection of Anglo-Saxon laws. Based on Nowell’s transcription of laws in Textus Roffensis.
A bilingual edition in English and Latin. The edition was reprinted as a substantial appendix to Wheelock’s edition of Bede (see below). The Newberry Library. we, have spoiled or lost the monuments of the British, and accorded an even worse treatment to 'the Saxons a people most 'It appeared with different t.
as Divers Ancient I Monuments in the I Saxon Tongue: London References ill text are to numberings of paragraphs in Preface. The Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Gospels with the versions of Wyclif and Tyndale.
Bouterwek, K. Die vier Evangelien in alt-nordhumbrischer Sprache. Gütersloh, Bright, J. The Gospels of St. Matthew, St. Mark and St. John, in West Saxon. 3 vols. Belles Lettres Series. Bruce, J. Douglas. The Anglo-Saxon version of the Book of Psalms.
Lisle, William (DNB00) From Wikisource. The book concludes with the Lord's Prayer, the Creed, and Ten Commandments in Anglo-Saxon, with a verbal interlinear translation intended to serve as easy exercises for beginners. There was a second edition of his ‘Saxon Treatise’ under the title of ‘Divers Ancient Monuments’ inthe.
A Saxon Treatise on the Old and New Testament (London, ) repr. in Divers Ancient Monuments in The Saxon Tongue (London, ).
Lipp, F. ‘Ælfric's. SAXONISM OLD AND NEW adequate for all purposes is a point made by many Saxonists in the seventeenth as in the nineteenth century. In Diverse Ancient Monuments in the Saxon Tongue () William L'Isle particularly stresses the fact that the Saxons had words forAuthor: Irène Simon.
Foxe's Book of Martyrs or Acts & Monuments (8 Volume Set, c.edition) Acts and Monuments of These Latter and Perilous Day, Touching Matters of the Church, Wherein Are Comprehended and Describes the Great Persecutions and Horrible Troubles That Have Been Wrought and Practised by the Romish Prelates, Specially In This Realm of England and Scotland, From the.
IN THE s John Foxe, author of ‘Foxes Book of Martyrs,’ records a statement from what he called “a certain old treatise, found in a certain ancient English book.” This “ancient” book says, “Also the four evangelists wrote the gospels in divers languages, as Matthew in Judea, Mark in Italy, Luke in Achaia, and John in Asia.
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Not only the term “Anglo Saxon” but the use of the word “master” in this context, whether Freudian or on purpose, was an overt threat to any person of color reading this in A shameful monument that ought to be taken down.
it disrespects the common solider who fought to protect family and neighbors and uses them to promote a racist.HE HOLY BIBLE has been hidden in hearts, hidden in homes, and hidden from the wise and prudent; its true history has been hidden by heretics.
Yet, thousands of years ago, penned in the East, the words of the true Bible have never ceased. It was the first book on. The excavation of an ancient Anglo-Saxon island settlement in Little Carlton near Louth, Lincolnshire, has yielded styli, coins, pottery and more.