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Vol. 34: Lorens of Orléans on the Decalogue and the Creed

Vol. 34: Lorens of Orléans on the Decalogue and the Creed

Lorens of Orléans on the Decalogue and the Creed, ed. by Simon Tugwell OP (Monumenta Ordinis Fratrum Praedicatorum Historica, vol. 34), Roma: Angelicum University Press 2021, 176 pp. ISBN: 978-88-99616-44-1. Price: € 35,-.   This edition of two chapters of Lorens of Orléans’ best-selling Somme le Roi in French and Occitan is intended as aRead more about Vol. 34: Lorens of Orléans on the Decalogue and the Creed[…]

Vol. 33: The Itinerarium Romanum of Ignatius Swieteczky O.P. A Critical Edition and Translation of a Travel Diary of 1777

Vol. 33: The Itinerarium Romanum of Ignatius Swieteczky O.P. A Critical Edition and Translation of a Travel Diary of 1777

The Itinerarium Romanum of Ignatius Swieteczky O.P. A Critical Edition and Translation of a Travel Diary of 1777. Ed. by Jakub Zouhar – Petr Polehla (Monumenta Ordinis Fratrum Praedicatorum Historica 33), Roma 2021. 622 pp., 15 ills. ISBN: 9788899616434. Price: € 60,00.   This book presents the first critical edition and translation of the travelRead more about Vol. 33: The Itinerarium Romanum of Ignatius Swieteczky O.P. A Critical Edition and Translation of a Travel Diary of 1777[…]

Vol. 32: Petri Ferrandi Legenda Sancti Dominici

Vol. 32: Petri Ferrandi Legenda Sancti Dominici

The critical edition of Petrus Ferrandi’s Legenda Sancti Dominici was published by the Dominican Historical Institute in the series Monumenta Ordinis Fratrum Praedicatorum Historica. It is one of the four Dominican legends written in the 13th century. The editor of this important testimony of early Dominican hagiography and historiography is the internationally renowned Dominican historianRead more about Vol. 32: Petri Ferrandi Legenda Sancti Dominici[…]

Vol. 31: Johannes Meyer: Das Amptbuch

Vol. 31: Johannes Meyer: Das Amptbuch

Besides the critical edition of the Amptbuch (Book of Offices) composed by the German Dominican Reformer of the 15th century, Johannes Meyer, the editor offers an English translation of the work with explanatory footnotes. The publication also contains illustrations of previously unpublished historiated initials which are found in two of the six manuscripts in whichRead more about Vol. 31: Johannes Meyer: Das Amptbuch[…]

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