3 edition of Breviarium Urbis Romae Antiquae found in the catalog.
Breviarium Urbis Romae Antiquae
A. Van Heck
by Brill Academic Pub
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||606|
De viris illustribus urbis romae a Romulo ad Augustum by L'Homond, C. F., ; Cavagna Sangiuliani di Gualdana, Antonio, conte, , former : The Marvels of Rome Mirabilia Urbis Romæ WRITTEN for the pilgrim and sightseer c by Benedict, a canon of St. Peter’s, this is the best medieval guide to the city and an important source for the location of its medieval churches and ancient monuments.
Adrianus Van Heck's Breviarium Urbis Romae Antiquae (Leyden and Rome ) is compact, elegantly printed and bound, and well indexed. Of the three collec-tions examined here, it has the most citations pages of original Latin texts, sometimes accompanied by extremely brief Latin footnotes and cross references. It contains many helpful maps. Since you allow anthologies, I'll insert my obligatory recommendation of the Breviarium Urbis Romae Antiquae. If you're at all interested in the city of Rome, BURA is a great sort of travel guide to Rome spanning 11 centuries of Latin writers.
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Lugduni Batavorum: E.J. Brill, (OCoLC) Elektronische versie: Breviarium urbis Romae antiquae (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Adrianus van Heck. The "Brevarium Urbis Romae Antiquae" is a literary Rome guide for those who want to be guided by the classics on their walks through the Eternal City.
It provides a collection of texts giving information on the building activities of the Roman aediles which can be drawn from Latin sources. Buy Breviarium Urbis Romae Antiquae: Editio Altera Stereotypa by Heck, Adrianus van (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Advanced Search Help Breviarium Urbis Romae Antiquae. Author: van Heck. Paperback Availability: Out of print ISBN: Author: A. Van Heck. Mirabilia Urbis Romae ("Marvels of the City of Rome") is a much-copied medieval Latin text that served generations of pilgrims and tourists as a guide to the city of original, which was written by a canon of St Peter's, dates from the text survives in numerous manuscripts.
"Unhampered by any very accurate knowledge of the historical continuity of the city, the unknown author. ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education History Jewish Studies Literature and Cultural Studies Breviarium Urbis Romae Antiquae.
Author: van Heck. Book (Paperback Author: Alan B. Lloyd. Breviarium Romano-Seraphicum, ex decreto Sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini restitutum S. Pii V. Pontificis Maximi iussu editum, Clementis VIII. et Urbani VIII. auctoritate recognitum, officiis trium ordinum S.P.N. Francisci propri stationi assignatis, et novo kalendario, novisque rubricis, lectionibus, orationibus, etc.
a Sanctissimo D.N. Pio Papa VI. approbatis locupletatum, ac rmi p. De mirabilibus urbis Romae, preserved in a single manuscript in Cambridge, England, is a medieval guide in Latin to the splendours of Rome, which was written in the mid-twelfth century by a certain Magister Gregorius ("Master Gregory") of Oxford.
The outlook here is even more secular than the Mirabilia Urbis Romae, Roberto Weiss noted. Gregorius spent much of his time describing and even. The Breviarium Romanum (English: Roman Breviary) is the book of the Latin liturgical rites of the Catholic Church containing the public or canonical prayers, hymns, the Psalms, readings, and notations for everyday use, especially by bishops, priests, and deacons in the Divine Office (i.e., at the canonical hours or Liturgy of the Hours, the.
Eutropius Abridgement of Roman History. translated, with notes, by the Rev. John Selby Watson. London: Henry G. Bohn, York Street, Convent Garden (). Antiquarum Statuarum Urbis Romae: Alternate title: Antiqvarvm Statvarvm Vrbis Romae: Author: Cavalieri, Giovanni Battista, approximately Note: 4 books in 2 volumes; Link: all books: multiple formats at Google: Link: all books: page images at HathiTrust: Link: Books 1 and 2: page images in Germany: Link: Books 3 and 4.
Breviarium romanum by Collectif and a great selection of related books, Romae n.d., text and ill., in case d Seller Inventory # Wentworth Press 8/25/, Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. Breviarium Romanum. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller. The second book by Peter J.
Aicher is titled Rome Alive A Source-Guide to the Ancient City Volume 1. the last good anthology of those same sources in the original languages--the rather elegant Breviarium Urbis Romae Antiquae edited by A. Van Heck (Leyden: E. Brill, )-also fell out of print some years ago.
and enhanced with. The last useful compendium of ancient literary and epigraphical sources on the city of Rome and her monuments in antiquity, translated from the original Latin and Greek, was Donald R. Dudley's Urbs Roma (London & Aberdeen: Phaidon, ) which has been out of print for decades; the last good anthology of those same sources in the original.
The ‘Antiquae Urbis Romae Imago accuratissime ex vetustis monumentis formata‘ is an imaginative reconstruction of the city of Rome during the Imperial Age where the distances between the monuments are filled with ordinary houses and map synthetizes compositional inventions with the research for archeological accuracy and Author: Mariabruna Fabrizi.
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We haven't found any. Structure of the breviary The fundamental idea of breviary and therefore the most important goal of a publisher is to design and structure all the text and the prayers that have to be said over the entire Church year within two easy-to-handle volumes, with the volumes both.
Of the House of the Griffins I saw no trace. However the signposts on the site provided some information. I also had a favourite book with me, the Breviarium Urbis Romae Antiquae which gives extracts from Latin authors relating to ancient sites in the city. (I got mine from the Libreria Leoniana, near the Vatican for about 40 euros about ten Author: Fr Michael Brown.
Antiquae Statuae Urbis Romae. Indeed, one of the main factors in the formation of the great collections of sculpture in the city of Rome during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries was the desire of the builders of the palaces in which the best works were housed to adorn the courtyards and exteriors of these buildings.
Breviarium romanum. CUP Archive, - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book.Breviarium Romanum ex decreto sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini restitutum, S. Pii V. Pont. Max. jussu editum, et Clementis VIII. primùm, nunc denuò Urbani PP. VIII. auctoritate recognitum: in quo omnia suis locis ad longum posita sunt, pro majori recitantium : As for ancient sources, I looked in Van Heck's Breviarium urbis Romae antiquae, which gathers ancient references to ancient monuments, the 3 primary references to Trajan's Column, one is the text of the inscription on the base; and one from Epit.
de Caes. (which I'm not familiar with) and one from Eutropius basically just mention the column as being above T.'s ashes.