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Re: Feasts and paintings

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John Wickstrom <[log in to unmask]>

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I'm not sure what Tom is implying with 'related texts in the volume are 6th century'. The Calendar itself cannot be that early. For one reason, the feast of S Maurus (XVIII Kal. Jan) was not celebrated anywhere in the 6th century and in England  not until the 10th or early 11th century.

jbw



> -----Original Message-----

> From: medieval-religion - Scholarly discussions of medieval religious culture

> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Tom Izbicki

> Sent: Monday, November 30, 2009 3:41 PM

> To: [log in to unmask]

> Subject: Re: [M-R] Feasts and paintings

>

> medieval-religion: Scholarly discussions of medieval religion and culture

>

> Meg,

>  From vol. 72 of Patrologia latina. The related texts in the volume are 6th

> century.

> Tom Izbicki

>

> *Col.0619] *

>

>

>         [H]CALENDARIUM ANGLICANUM.

>

>

>

>

>         JANUARIUS.

>

> *[Col.0619A] *

>

>

>         Hebraice vocatur /Tebeth,/ Aegyptiace /Tubi,/ Graece /Cynidios,/

>         Latine /Januarius,/ Saxonice /Giul. Luna Januarii in media nocte

>         accenditur./ PRINCIPIUM JANI SANCIT TROPICUS CAPRICORNUS.

>         /Januarius habet dies/ XXXI, /luna/ XXX.

>

>

>     Kalend, Januarii, Circumcisio Domini nostri Jesu Christi.

>     IV Nonas, sancti Isidori episcopi

>     III Nonas, sanctae Genovefae virginis.

>     Nonis, sancti Symeonis monachi.

>     VIII Idus, Epiphania Domini nostri Jesu Christi.

>     IV Idus, sancti Pauli primi eremitae.

>     III Idus, Eductio Domini de Aegypto.

>     *[Col.0619B] *Idus, Octavas Epiphaniae. Sancti Hilarii episcopi.

>     XIX Kal. Februarii, sancti Felicis in Pincis.

>     XVIII Kal., sancti Mauri abbatis.

>     XVII Kal., sancti Marcelli papae.

>     XVI Kal., sancti Antonii monachi.

>     XV Kal., sanctae Priscae virginis.

>     XIV Kal., sanctarum Mariae et Marthae.

>     XIII Kal., sanctorum Fabiani et Sebastiani martyris.

>     XII Kal., Natale Agnetis virginis.

>     X Kal., sanctorum Emerentianae virg. et Macharii.

>     IX Kal., sancti Babilli episcopi, et trium Puerorum.

>     VIII Kal., Conversio sancti Pauli apostoli et Projecti martyris.

>     VII Kal., sancti Polycarpi presbyteri.

>     *[Col.0619C] *V Kal., Octavae sanctae Agnetis virginis.

>

>

>

>

>

>         FEBRUARIUS.

>

>

>

>         Hebraice /Sabath,/ Aegyptiace /Mechir,/ Graece /Penitios,/

>         Latine /Februarius,/ Saxonice /Solmon. Luna inter mediam noctem

>         et galli cantum accenditur./

>

>

>     Kal. Februarii, sanctae Brigidae virginis

>     IV Nonas, Purificatio sanctae Mariae.

>     Nonas, sanctae Agathae virginis.

>     VIII Idus, sanctorum Vedasti et Amandi.

>     VI Idus, sancti Cuthmanni confessoris. Ante istum locum non potest

>     esse Quadragesima.

>     IV Idus, sanctae Scolasticae, sanctae Sotheris virginis.

>     *[Col.0619D] *III Idus, sanctae Radegundis virginis.

>     Idus, sanctae Eormenhildae virginis.

>     XVI Kal., Martii, sancti Valentini martyris.

>     XV Kal., diabolus a Domino recessit.

>     XIV Kal., sanctae Julianae virginis.

>     VIII Kal., Cathedra sancti Petri apostoli.

>     VI Kal., sancti Matthaei [/Leg./ Mathiae] apostoli.

>     III Inventio capitis sancti Johannis Baptistae post annos CCL.

>     II Kal., sancti Oswaldi archiepiscopi.

>

>

>

>

>

>         MARTIUS.

>

> *[Col.0620A] *

>

>

>         Hebraice /Adar,/ Aegyptiace /Famenoth,/ Graece /Distros./ Latine

>         /Martius,/ Saxonice /Hpedmonad. Luna Martii in media nocte

>         accenditur./

>

>

>     VI Nonas Martii, sancti Ceaddae episcopi.

>     V Nonas, sanctorum VII Martyrum, et sancti Adriani.

>     II Nonas, sanctarum Perpetuae et Felicitatis.

>     VII Idus, Passio XL militum Romae.

>     IV Idus, sancti Gregorii papae.

>     XVI Kal., sanctae Withburgae virginis. Sancti Patricii episcopi.

>     XV Kal., sancti Eadweardi regis. Primus dies saeculi.

>     XIV Kal., sancti Joseph sponsi sanctae Mariae.

>     XIII Kal., sancti Cuthberthi episcopi.

>     XII Kal., sancti Benedicti abbatis.

>     *[Col.0620B] *VIII Kal., Annuntiatio sanctae Mariae.

>     VI Kal., Resurrectio Domini.

>     III. Ordinatio sancti Gregorii papae.

>

>

>

>

>

>         APRILIS.

>

>

>

>         Hebraice /Nisan,/ Aegyptiace /Famuth,/ Graece /Xanticos,/ Latine

>         /Aprilis,/ Saxonice /Eaftormonad. Luna Aprilis in galli cantu

>         accenditur./

>

>

>     Kal. Aprilis, beati Boranti [/Forsan,/ Baronti] monachi.

>     II Nonas, sancti Ambrosii episcopi.

>     V Idus, sanctae Mariae Aegyptiacae.

>     III Idus, sancti Guthlaci confessoris, et sancti Leonis papae.

>     Idus, sanctae Eufemiae virginis.

>     *[Col.0620C] *XVIII Kalendas Maii, sanctorum Tiburtii, Valeriani et

>     Maximi.

>     XII Kal., sancti Petri diaconi.

>     IX Kal., sancti Georgii martyris.

>     VIII Kal., sancti Wilfridi.

>     VII Kal., sancti Marci evangelistae. /Laetania major./

>     IV Kal., sancti Vitalis martyris.

>     II Kal., sancti Ercenwoldi episcopi.

>

>

>

>

>

>         MAIUS.

>

>

>

>         Hebraice /Jar,/ Aegyptiace /Pactio,/ Graece /Antemiseos,/ Latine

>         /Maius,/ Saxonice /Trimilci. Luna Maii mane accenditur./

>

>

>     Kal. Maii, sanctorum Philippi et Jacobi.

>     V Nonas, Inventio sanctae Crucis, sanctorum Alexandri, Eventii et

>     Theoduli.

>     *[Col.0620D] *II Nonas, sancti Johannis apostoli ante portam Latinam.

>     Nonas, sancti Johannis episcopi in Beverlisco.

>     VII Idus, Translatio sancti Andreae apostoli. /Aestatis initium.

>     Habet dies/ XCI.

>     VI Idus, sanctorum Gordiani, Epimachi, Septimi, Cyrilli.

>     IV Idus, sanctorum Nerei et Achilei, et Pancratii.

>     III Idus, Dedicatio basilicae sanctae Mariae.

>     XV Kal., sanctae Aelfgyfae reginae.

>     *[Col.0621A] *XIV Kal., sanctae Potentianae virginis.

>     VIII Kal., sancti Urbani martyris,

>     VII Kal., sancti Augustini episcopi.

>     III Kal., sancti Felicis papae.

>     II Kal., sanctae Petronillae virginis.

>

>

>

>

>

>         JUNIUS.

>

>

>

>         Hebraice /Sivan,/ Aegyptiace /Parni,/ Graece /Deseos,/ Latine

>         /Junius,/ Saxonice /Litha/ vocatur. /Luna Junii tertia hora

>         accenditur./

>

>

>     Kal. Junii, sancti Nicomedis martyris.

>     IV Nonas, sanctorum Marcellini et Petri martyris.

>     II Nonas, sancti Petroci confessoris.

>     Nonis, sancti Bonifacii episcopi.

>     VII Idus, sancti Audomari episcopi.

>     VI Idus, Depositio sancti Medardi episcopi.

>     *[Col.0621B] *V Idus, sanctorum Primi et Feliciani martyrum.

>     III Idus, sancti Barnabae apostoli.

>     II Idus, sanctorum Basilidis, Cyrini, Naboris et Nazarii.

>     XVII Kal. Jul., sanctorum Viti, Modesti, et sanctae Eadburgae virginis.

>     XVI Kal., sanctorum Cyrini et Julittae cum sociis eorum.

>     XV Kal., sancti Bonifacii confessoris.

>     XIV Kal., sanctorum Marci et Marcelliani martyrum.

>     XIII Kal., sanctorum Gervasii et Protasii martyrum.

>     XI Kal., sancti Apollinaris martyris, et sancti Leuthfredi abbatis.

>     *[Col.0621C] *X Kal., sancti Albani martyris.

>     IX Kal., sanctae Aetheldrythae virginis. Vigilia.

>     VIII Kal., sancti Johannis Baptistae.

>     IV Kal., sancti Leonis papae. Vigilia.

>     III Kal., sancti Petri apostoli.

>     II Kal., sancti Pauli apostoli.

>

>

>

>

>

>         JULIUS.

>

>

>

>         Hebraice /Thamul,/ Aegyptiace /Episi,/ Graece /Panemos,/ Latine

>         /Julius,/ Saxonice /Litha. Luna Julii in media die accenditur./

>

>

>     VI Nonas, Depositio sancti Swithuni episcopi; et Processi et Martiniani.

>     V Nonas, Translatio sancti Thomae apostoli.

>     IV Nonas, Ordinatio et translatio sancti Martini episcopi.

>     *[Col.0621D] *II Nonas, Octava apostolorum, et sanctae Sexburgae

>     virginis.

>     Nonis, sanctae Marinae virginis.

>     VIII Idus, sancti Grimboldi sacerdotis. Obitus Eadgari regis.

>     VI Idus, sanctorum VII Fratrum cum matre.

>     IV Idus, sanctae Mildrythae virginis.

>     Idus, Translatio sancti Swithuni episcopi.

>     XVI Kal., sancti Kenelmi martyris.

>     XIV Kal., sanctae Cristinae virginis.

>     XIII Kal., sancti Vulfmari confessoris, sanctae Margaritae virginis.

>     XII Kal., sanctae Praxedis virginis.

>     *[Col.0622A] *XI Kal., sanctae Mariae Magdalenae.

>     X Kal., sancti Apollinaris martyris.

>     VIII Kal., sancti Jacobi apostoli.

>     VII Kal., sanctorum VII Dormientium.

>     VI Kal., sancti Samsonis episcopi, sancti Pantaleonis martyris.

>     V Kal., sanctorum Simplicii, Faustini et Beatricis.

>     IV Kal., sanctorum Abdon et Sennen martyrum.

>     III Kal., sancti Germani episcopi.

>

>

>

>

>

>         AUGUSTUS.

>

>

>

>         Hebraice /Dominab,/ Aegyptiace /Meson,/ Graece /Loos,/ Latine

>         /Augustus,/ Saxonice /Prodmonad. Luna Augusti inter mediam diem

>         et nonam horam accenditur./

>

>

>     Kal. Augusti, Ad vincula sancti Petri apostoli, Machabaeorum,

>     *[Col.0622B] *sancti Athelwoldi.

>     IV Nonas, sancti Stephani episcopi et martyris.

>     III Nonas, Inventio corporis sancti Stephani protomartyris.

>     Nonis, sancti Oswaldi regis et martyris.

>     VIII Idus, sancti Sixti episcopi, Felicissimi et Agapiti.

>     VII Idus, sancti Donati episcopi.

>     VI Idus sancti Cyriaci martyris, et sociorum ejus.

>     V Idus, Vigilia.

>     IV Idus, sancti Laurentii martyris.

>     III Idus, sancti Tiburtii martyris.

>     Idus sancti Ypoliti martyris, sociorumque ejus.

>     XIX Kalend. Septembris, sancti Eusebii sacerdotis.

>     XVIII Kal., Assumtio sanctae Mariae.

>     *[Col.0622C] *XVI Kal., Octava sancti Laurentii martyris.

>     XV Kal., sancti Agapiti martyris, sanctae Helenae reginae.

>     XIV Kal., sancti Magni martyris.

>     XI Kal., sanctorum Timothaei et Symphoriani martyris.

>     X Kal., sanctorum Timothaei et Apollinaris.

>     IX Kal., Vigilia.

>     VIII Kal., sancti Bartholomaei apostoli.

>     VI Kal., sancti Rufi martyris.

>     V Kal., sancti Augustini magni, sancti Hermetis martyris.

>     IV Kal., Decollatio sancti Johannis Baptistae, sanctae Sabinae virginis.

>     III Kal., sanctorum Felicis et Audacti.

>     *[Col.0622D] *II Kal., sancti Paulini episcopi.

>

>

>

>

>

>         SEPTEMBER.

>

>

>

>         Hebraice /Elul,/ Aegyptiace /Thoth,/ Graece /Gorpieos./ Latine

>         /September,/ Saxonice /Haleginonad. Luna Septembris circa horam

>         nonam accenditur./

>

>

>     Kal. Septembris, sancti Prisci martyris.

>     II Nonas, Translatio sancti Byrini episcopi, et sancti Cuthberthi

>     episcopi.

>     Nonis, sancti Bertini abbatis.

>     VI Idus, Nativitas sanctae Mariae. Sancti Adrian martyris.

>     V Idus, sancti Gorgonii martyris.

>     III Idus, sanctorum Proti et Jacinti.

>     *[Col.0623A] *XVIII Kalendas Octobris, Exaltatio sanctae crucis.

>     Sanctorum Cornelii et Cypriani.

>     XVII Kal., sancti Nicomedis martyris.

>     XVI Kal., sanctorum Euphemiae, Luciae et Geminiani.

>     XV Kal., sancti Landberthi episcopi.

>     XII Kal., Vigilia.

>     XI Kal., sancti Mathaei apostoli et evangelistae.

>     X Kal., sancti Mauricii cum sociis suis.

>     IX Kal., sanctae Teclae virginis.

>     VIII Kal., Conceptio sancti Johannis-Baptistae. Aequinoctium.

>     VII Kal., sancti Firmini martyris.

>     V Kal., sanctorum Cosmae et Damiani martyrum.

>     III Kal., sancti Michaelis archangeli.

>     *[Col.0623B] *II Kal., sancti Hieronymi presbyteri.

>

>

>

>

>

>         OCTOBER.

>

>

>

>         Hebraice /Theseri,/ Aegyptiace /Faosi,/ Graece Υ/perbereteos,/

>         Latine /October,/ Saxonice /Pinterpillith. Luna Octobris inter

>         nonam et vesperam accenditur./

>

>

>     Kal. Octobris, sanctorum Germani et Remigii episcoporum.

>     VI. Nonas, sancti Leodegarii.

>     III Nonas, sanctae Cristinae virginis.

>     Nonis, sancti Marci papae, Marcelli et Apulei.

>     VII Idus, sanctorum Dionysii, Rustici et Eleutherii.

>     II Idus, sancti Calesti papae.

>     XVI Kal. Novembris, sanctae Aetheldrythae virginis.

>     *[Col.0623C] *XV Kal., sancti Lucae evangelistae.

>     VIII Kal., sanctorum Crispini et Crispiniani martyrum.

>     VII Kal., sancti Amandi episcopi.

>     VI Kal., Vigilia.

>     V Kal., sanctorum apostolorum Simonis et Judae.

>     III Kal., Ordinatio sancti Swithuni episcopi.

>     II Kal., sancti Quintini martyris. Vigilia.

>

>

>

>

>

>         NOVEMBER.

>

> *[Col.0624A] *

>

>

>         Hebraice /Imare,/ Aegyptiace /Athiri,/ Graece /Dios,/ Latine

>         /November,/ Saxonice /Blotmonad. Luna Novembris in vespertino

>         tempore accenditur./

>

>

>     Kal. Novembris, Omnium Sanctorum. Sancti Caesarii.

>     IV Nonas, sancti Eustachii martyris.

>     VI Idus, sanctorum quatuor Coronatorum.

>     V Idus, sancti Theodori martyris.

>     III Idus, sancti Martini episcopi. Sancti Mennae martyris.

>     Idus, sancti Bricii episcopi.

>     XV Kal. Decembris, sancti Aniani episcopi.

>     X Kal., sanctae Ceciliae virginis

>     IX Kal., sancti Clementis martyris.

>     *[Col.0624B] *VIII Kal., sancti Chrisogoni martyris.

>     III Kal., sancti Saturnini martyris. Vigilia.

>     II Kal., sancti Andreae apostoli.

>

>

>

>

>

>         DECEMBER.

>

>

>

>         Hebraice /Casleu,/ Aegyptiace /Choeac,/ Graece /Apileos,/ Latine

>         /December,/ Saxonice /Giuli. Luna Decembris inter vesperam et

>         medium diem accenditur./

>

>

>     III Nonas Decembris, Depositio sancti Byrini episcopi.

>     II Nonas, sancti Benedicti abbatis.

>     IV Idus, sanctae Eulaliae virginis.

>     III Idus, sancti Damasi papae.

>     Idus, sancti Judoci confessoris, et sanctae Luciae virginis.

>     *[Col.0624C] *XII Kal. Januarii, sancti Thomae apostoli.

>     VIII Kal., Nativitas Domini nostri Jesu Christi.

>     VII Kal., sancti Stephani Protomartyris.

>     VI Kal., sancti Johannis evangelistae.

>     V Kalend., Necatio Infantium CXLIV millia.

>     IV Kal., sanctae Tibbae virginis.

>     II Sancti Silvestri papae.

>

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> > medieval-religion: Scholarly discussions of medieval religion and culture

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> > Greetings all,

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> > The discussion of the Purification has reminded me of something I have

> > wondered about for some time, and I’ll ask it now. We know that

> > Benedict Biscop brought back to England the “chant for the liturgical

> > year as it was sung in Rome” around 680. My question is not about the

> > singing, but about what the liturgical year would have looked like at

> > that time. What were the main feasts that would have been celebrated

> > in Rome? In England, if different? What about art? Do we have any idea

> > of the decoration of churches (in particular, statues or murals of

> > saints or biblical episodes) at this time?

> >

> > Meg

> >

> > *From:* medieval-religion - Scholarly discussions of medieval

> > religious culture [mailto:[log in to unmask]] *On Behalf

> > Of *Revd Gordon Plumb

> > *Sent:* Monday, November 30, 2009 11:51 AM

> > *To:* [log in to unmask]

> > *Subject:* Re: [M-R] Changing description of 2 February

> >

> > medieval-religion: Scholarly discussions of medieval religion and culture

> >

> > Rosemary

> >

> > I forgot to mention that in the late medieval period scenes of the

> > Purification were mostly accompanied by a procession of folk bearing

> > candles. Curiously enough I have recently been scanning an image of

> > this in the 12thC glass in the central west façade window at Chartres,

> > devoted to the Childhood and Life of Christ.

> >

> > Gordon

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