9780754651154

Omnia disce Medieval Studies in Memory of Leonard Boyle, O.P.

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    9780754651154

  • ISBN10:

    0754651150

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 4/7/2016
  • Publisher: Ashgate (AGH)

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Summary

The eighteen studies included here reflect three particular aspects of Leonard Boyle's remarkable impact on teaching and scholarship. His abiding interest in the early history and architecture of the basilica of San Clemente in Rome forms the focus of Part I; his profound contribution to the theory and practice of palaeography is reflected in Part II; and his creative work on clerical education, pastoral care, and the Dominican Order, inspires Part III. In all these areas, Fr Boyle combined remarkable attention to detail with the humane ability to bring clarity to complex issues. This book commemorates his inspiration, but also reflects his favourite maxim, derived from the twelfth-century teacher-theologian, Hugh of St-Victor, to 'Learn everything', for 'afterwards you will find that nothing is superfluous.' The fourth section is devoted to Fr Leonard as friend, scholar, and Prefect of the Vatican Library, and it ends, fittingly, with what may be regarded as his own scholarly valediction, 'St Thomas Aquinas and the Third Millennium'.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Contributors xiii
Abbreviations xv
List of Figures
xvii
Part I: Rome and the Papacy
Leonard Boyle and the Lower Church of San Clemente, Rome
3(6)
John Osborne
A New Look at the Mosaics of San Clemente
9(20)
Joan Barclay Lloyd
The Appearance of the Motif of the Virgo Glykophilousa in Western Manuscripts and the Mulier Vidua of San Clemente in Rome
29(12)
Isabelle Engammare
`The Caravan Rests': Innocent III's Use of Itineration
41(20)
Brenda Bolton
Boyle and Boniface: Cum ex eo---Dispensations in the Fifteenth Century
61(10)
Ludwig Schmugge
The Notaries' Archives of Rome as a Source for English History
71(8)
Margaret Harvey
Appointment of Papal Auditors in the Fifteenth Century
79(12)
Per Ingesman
Part II: Palaeography and Manuscript Studies
Latin Palaeography since Bischoff
91(18)
David Ganz
Building Babel: The Architecture of the Early Written Western Vernaculars
109(20)
Michelle P. Brown
Commas and Columba, Power and Patrick: Restating the Archaic in the Book of Kells
129(26)
Carol A. Farr
Straying Hither and Thither: Wanderings of Carolingian Manuscripts to and from the Vatican Library
155(6)
Christine Maria Grafinger
A Becket Office at Stavelot: London, British Library, Additional MS 16964
161(22)
Anne J. Duggan
Innocent III's Writings in English Benedictine Libraries
183(16)
Joan Greatrex
Part III: Clerical Education, Pastoral Care, and the Friars
Pope Honorius III's Gratiarum Omnium and the Beginnings of the Dominical Order
199(12)
Patrick Zutshi
The Scholastic Psalms' Commentary as a Textbook for Theology: The Case of Thomas Aquinas
211(20)
James R. Ginther
The Excommunicated Castle: Clerical Power and the Natural World
231(14)
Andrea L. Winkler
The Formation of the Medieval English Friar: From Dominican Model to Carmelite Practice
245(18)
Richard Copsey
The Fame of the Dominicans According to the Penitentiary Archives
263(46)
Kirsi Salonen
Part IV: The Inspiration of Leonard Boyle, O.P.
Recollections of Friends and Colleagues
Memoir of a Friend
279(2)
James M. Powell
Canadian Reflections
281(2)
Margaret Wade Labarge
Projects for the Vatican Library
283(10)
Christine Maria Grafinger
Leonard Boyle's Scholarly Valediction
Introduction
293(1)
Paul Murray
St Thomas Aquinas and the Third Millennium
294(15)
Leonard E. Boyle
Index 309

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