1 edition of Junius manuscript found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Genesis (Anglo-Saxon poem), Exodus (Anglo-Saxon poem), Daniel (Anglo-Saxon poem), Christ and Satan, Bible. O.T. Anglo-Saxon. Paraphrases. 1931|
|Statement||edited by George Philip Krapp.|
|Series||Anglo-Saxon poetic records -- 1|
|Contributions||Krapp, George Philip, 1872-1934., Caedmon., Bodleian Library.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lviii, 247 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||247|
Book I of the Junius Manuscript houses the poems Genesis A, Genesis B, Exodus, and Daniel, while Book II holds Christ and Satan, the last poem in the manuscript. Authorship Francis Junius was the first to credit Caedmon, the 7th century Anglo-Saxon religious poet, as . The so-called Junius Manuscript (a 10th-century manuscript containing Old English religious verse) features an interesting set of illustrations. In the depictions of the Fall of Angels, the fallen angels are depicted as losing their clothes and, in some cases, gaining visible, male genitalia (as opposed to their angelic, genderless and.
The Holkham Bible Picture Book (BL Add. MS ) Petit Livre d'Amour (BL Stowe MS ) The Golf Book (BL Add. MS ) The Cædmon manuscript (Bodl. MS Junius 11) St Albans Psalter; Tickhill Psalter (NYPL Spencer collection Ms. 26) November (8) October (8) September (5) August (5) July (5). Reading Old English Biblical Poetry considers the Junius 11 manuscript, the only surviving illustrated book of Old English poetry, in terms of its earliest readers and their multiple strategies of reading and making meaning. Junius 11 begins with the creation story and ends with the final vanquishing of Satan by Jesus. The manuscript is both a continuous whole and a collection .
Christ and Satan is the title of the last of four poems in the eleventh-century Junius XI manuscript of Anglo-Saxon poetry. This critical edition contains text, glossary, textual and explanatory Author: Alessandra Molinari. MS Junius 11 (Cædmon, Junius manuscript or Junius manuscript of Oxford) is one of the four major codices of Old English gh the poems are untitled in the manuscript, modern editors have provided the names Genesis A, Genesis B, Exodus, Daniel, and Christ and Satan.. The manuscript is in the Bodleian Library at the University of Oxford.
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The Junius Manuscript stands out among the four major poetic manuscripts in that it is the only example to have been illustrated. Unfortunately the plan of illustration was not completed and the images only appear in two-thirds of Genesis.
In the remainder of the Manuscript the verse is peppered with blank spaces, set aside for the illustrations. Caedmon manuscript, also called Junius Manuscript, Old English scriptural paraphrases copied aboutgiven in to the scholar Franciscus Junius by Archbishop James Ussher of Armagh and now in the Bodleian Library, University of contains the poems Genesis, Exodus, Daniel, and Christ and Satan, originally attributed to Caedmon (q.v.) because these.
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Manuscript. Junius XIPages: This volume contains the entire poems of the Junius Manuscript, often called the Caedmon group and contains the four poems of Genesis, Exodus, Daniel and Christ and Satan.
The book starts off with an introduction by Krapp and then his edited text, the final pages are taken up Junius manuscript book his commentary type notes, which are extensive/5. The Junius Manuscript. Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records 1.
New York: Columbia University Press, E-mail Citation» The standard critical edition of the Junius 11 poems. The edited texts are highly dependable, but the volume contains no glossary and slim interpretive notes. Lapidge, Michael, John Blair, Simon Keynes, and Donald Scragg, eds.
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"The text of the poems has been made from the collotype reproductions of the Junius manuscript in Gollancz's 'The Caedmon manuscript' (Oxford University Press, )"--Preface. "When in Junius published at Amsterdam the poems he described them as a poetic paraphrase of Genesis and other parts of the Scriptures by the monk Cædmon.
All are works found in the manuscript of Anglo-Saxon verse known as "Junius " These works were originally written in Anglo-Saxon, sometime between the 7th and 10th Centuries A.D. Although sometimes ascribed to the poet Caedmon (fl.
late 7th Century), it is generally thought that these poems do not represent the work of one single poet. The survivors are the Vercelli Book, which contains a wealth of Old English poetry; the Beowulf Manuscript, the epic story of its titular hero; the Junius Manuscript, comprised of four long-form religious poems; and the Exeter Book, a page manuscript filled with narrative poems, riddles, and elegies.
All likely produced in the 10th century. Boldleian Library MS Jun"The Junius manuscript" or "Caedmon manuscript," a tenth century illustrated collection of poems on biblical narratives, is one of the four major codices of Old English scheme of illustrations is unparalleled in other manuscripts of Anglo-Saxon poetry, suggesting that it may have been intended for devotional or teaching purposes.
Book I of the Junius Manuscript houses the poems Genesis A, Genesis B, Exodus, and Daniel, while Book II holds Christ and Satan, the last poem in the manuscript.
Authorship Edit Francis Junius was the first to credit Cædmon, the 7th century Anglo-Saxon religious poet, as the author of the manuscript. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Junius manuscript by George Philip Krapp,Columbia University Press edition, in EnglishPages: The manuscript now rests int he Bodleian Library at Oxford, where it is numbered Junius XI"--Introduction.
Transcribed from: Anon., (The Junius Manuscript). London: George Routledge, The Junius Manuscript (Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Junius 11) o Genesis A, B o Exodus o Daniel o Christ and Satan Edited by Tony Jebson 19/10/ 2 Genesis A, B Verse Indeterminate Unknown Us is riht micel ðæt we rodera weard, wereda wuldorcining, wordum herigen.
The Vercelli Book is housed in the Biblioteca Capitolare in Vercelli, in Northern Italy. Dating from the second half of the 10th century, it contains six verse texts and 23 prose homilies, written by one scribe.
We cannot tell for certain where the manuscript was made in England, as the language is standard and non-localised. Media in category "Caedmon manuscript" The following files are in this category, out of total. (previous page) ()Collection: Bodleian Library (MS. Junius 11). "The text of the poems has been made from the collotype reproductions of the Junius manuscript in Gollancz's ʻThe Caedmon manuscript' (Oxford University press, )"--Preface.
"When in Junius published at Amsterdam the poems he described them as a poetic paraphrase of Genesis and other parts of the Scriptures by the monk Cædmon. Junius has 90 books on Goodreads with 22 ratings. Junius’s most popular book is The Letters of Junius. One of the four major manuscripts containing Old English poetry, named after the editor Francis Junius who first printed it at Amsterdam incalling it ‘Caedmon the monk's poetical paraphrase of Genesis, etc.’.
The biblical poetry in the manuscript (Genesis A and B, Exodus, Daniel, and Christ and Satan) continued to be associated with Caedmon for some time, but it. The Junius Manuscript (Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Junius 11), a late Anglo-Saxon codex containing Old English Biblical poems and fifty-four illustrations based primarily on the book of Genesis, famously describes the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil as a malevolent tree of death.
1 The theological significance of this literary adaptation has not gone unnoticed .also called Junius Manuscript, Daniel, an incomplete poem of lines, is a scholarly work closely following the Vulgate Book of Daniel and much inferior to Exodus in poetic quality.
The line piece known as Christ and Satan contains a lament of the fallen angels, a description of the harrowing of hell (Christ's descent into hell after.The Junius Manuscript, Vol.
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