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This is an English manuscript from the twelfth to the thirteenth century, containing various texts in different hands, which includes: the Canticum canticorum; Peter of Limoges' de Oculo Morali; Ogerius de Lucedio's Planctus Beatae Virginis Mariae; Publilius Syrus' Sententiae; Seneca's De beneficiis; Pseudo-Seneca' ad Gallionem de remediis fortuitis; Johannes Chrysostomus' De reparation lapsi; Pseudo-Bernard of Clairvaux's Exceptiones super.

The glosses are drawn mostly from the Church Fathers, but the text was arranged by scholars during the twelfth century.

Canticum Canticorum (Song of Solomon) is a cycle of 29 motets by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Originally titled Motettorum - Liber Quartus, this Renaissance work is one of Palestrina's largest collections of Sacred motets

Canticum Canticorum (Song of Solomon) is a cycle of 29 motets by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Originally titled Motettorum - Liber Quartus, this Renaissance work is one of Palestrina's largest collections of Sacred motets. The work is in Latin and based upon excerpts from the book in the Song of Songs of the Old Testament. The Song of Songs is thought to be an allegorical representation of the relationship of God and Israel as husband and wife.

The Glossa Ordinaria had its origins at the beginning of the twelfth . Mary Dove thus includes it among the books likely attributed to Anselm or Ralph.

The Glossa Ordinaria had its origins at the beginning of the twelfth century in the teaching of masters Anselm (d. 1117) and Ralph (d. ca. 1133) at the cathedral. Philip Krey and Lesley Smith (Leiden, 2000), 138; eadem, Introduc-tion, in Glossa Ordinaria Pars 22: In Canticum Canticorum, CCM 170 (Turnhout, 1997), 38–39.

The Glossa Ordinaria (plural Glossae Ordinariae), which is Latin for "ordinary gloss", was a collection of Biblical glosses, from the Church Fathers and thereafter, printed in. .Glossa ordinaria in canticum canticorum.

The Glossa Ordinaria (plural Glossae Ordinariae), which is Latin for "ordinary gloss", was a collection of Biblical glosses, from the Church Fathers and thereafter, printed in the margins of the Vulgate; these were widely used in the education system of Christendom in Cathedral schools from the Carolingian period onward.

Glossa ordinaria; Repertorium biblicum medii aevi, Stegmüller, v. 9, no 11804; PL 113, 1128-68. Article 6 contains a small number of quotations taken from throughout Book VII of the De Beneficiis. 7. ff. 113r-114r Seneca ad Gallionem de remediis fortuitis.

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In Canticum canticorum (Glossa ordinaria) epub download

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Language: Latin

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