4 edition of Disciplina clericalis of Petrus Alfonsi found in the catalog.
|Statement||translated into English [from the German and the Latin] by P. R. Quarrie.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||The Islamic world series|
|Contributions||Hermes, Eberhard, 1921-|
|LC Classifications||PA8395.P36 D513 1977b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 203 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||77574623|
Free 2-day shipping. Buy Petri Alfonsi Disciplina Clericalis, Herausgegeben Von Fr. Wilh. Val. Schmidt Hardcover at ce: $ 69), is said to have been written by Petrus Alphonsi (compare "Hebr. Bibl." xxi. 38). In Cambridge University, England, there is a manuscript of the fifteenth century bearing the title: "De Conversione Petri Alfonsi Quondam Judæi et Libro Ejus in Judæos et Saracenos," which is mentioned in Steinschneider's "Polemische und Apologetische.
Alfonsi's other great work, the Disciplina clericalis, is a collection of thirty-four fables drawn from oriental sources, intended to explicate moral principles presented by the teacher or philosopher to his pupil. PETRUS ALFONSI. PETRUS ALFONSI (Aldefonsi; b. ), Spanish Converso, physician, polemicist, and author, possibly born in as Mosé or Moisés Sefardi before his conversion at the age of 44, he assumed the new name of Petrus Alfonsi (Aldefonsi) because his conversion took place on St. Peter's Day and his baptismal patron was King Alfonso i of Aragon.
Abstract. As part of the burgeoning recognition of the deficiencies of a monolingual British literature survey, Petrus Alfonsi’s Disciplina clericalis deserves a place in our syllabi, alongside more commonly taught Anglo–Latin works like Geoffrey of Monmouth’s History of the Kings of Britain and Anglo–French works like Marie de France’s : Gabriel Ford. by Petrus Alphonsi, translated by William Henry Hulme Disciplina Clericalis Petrus Alphonsi William Henry Hulme WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY BULLETIN.
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Petrus Alfonsi (born Moses Sephardi) (c - ) was a Jewish Spanish physician, writer, astronomer, and polemicist, who converted to Christianity in He is also known just as Alphonsi, and as Pedro Alfonso, Peter Alfonsi or Peter Alphonse/5.
The Disciplina Clericalis of Petrus Alfonis is an excellent starting point. Petrus Alfonis was a Spanish convert (in ) to Christianity who had spent significant time in Egypt. His book which includes exempla, proverbs, fables etc.
illustrates the way stories drift across religious boundaries as his tales come from all three traditions with /5(2). Petri Alfonsi Disciplina clericalis (Vol-1) (Latin Edition) [Petrus Alfonsi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This book was digitized and reprinted from the collections of the University of California Libraries. It was produced from digital images created through the libraries’ mass digitization efforts. The digital images were cleaned and prepared for printing through. Petrus Alfonsi (born Moses Sephardi) (c - ) was a Jewish Spanish physician, writer, astronomer, and polemicist, who converted to Christianity in He is also known just as Alphonsi, and as Pedro Alfonso, Peter Alfonsi or Peter Alphonse.
Born in Islamic Spain, he mostly lived in England /5(6). Petrus Alfonsi. Disciplina clericalis of Petrus Alfonsi. Berkeley: University of California Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Petrus Alfonsi; Petrus Alfonsi: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Petrus Alfonsi; Eberhard Hermes.
The Disciplina Clericalis of Petrus Alfonsi Pedro Alfonso, Petrus Alfonsi, Petrus (Alfonsi) University of California Press, Jan 1, - History - pages. Disciplina Clericalis (English translation) from the fifteenth century Worcester Catherdral Manuscript F.
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Petri Alfonsi Disciplina clericalis by Petrus Alfonsi, F. Schmidt. Publisher T.C.F. Enslin, Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language Latin.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Addeddate BOOK REVIEWS79 Aside from the careful summary of Alfonsi's main ideas, Tolan's book is especially valuable because he demonstrates how later generations used Alfonsi as an authority.
The number of surviving manuscripts (about ) of the Dialogi and the Disciplina clericalis testifies to Alfonsi's popularity especially in England and northern Author: Joseph F. O'Callaghan. Petrus Alfonsi's Tetragrammaton-Trinity diagram, which influenced Joachim of Fiore and the development of the Shield of the Trinity diagram.
Petrus Alphonsi (also known as Peter Alfonsi; born Moses Sephardi) was a Jewish Spanish writer and astronomer, and polemicist, who converted to Christianity.
Born at an unknown date in the 11th century and an unknown place within Muslim Spain, he. View Petrus Alfonsi Research Papers on for free. Preview this book» What people are Section Section Section Other editions - View all.
Petri Alfonsi Disciplina clericalis Petrus Alfonsi Full view - Petri Alfonsi Disciplina Clericalis: Zum Ersten Mal Herausgegeben Mit Petrus Alfonsi No preview available - ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "The translation of the Disciplina clericalis itself, and that of any passages quoted from other works of Petrus Alfonsi in the body of the introduction, has been made anew from the original Latin, with.
Petrus Alfonsi. and Keller, John Esten. and Jones, Joseph R. The scholar's guide. A translation of the twelfth-century Disciplina Clericalis of Pedro Alfonso, by Joseph Ramon Jones and John Esten Keller Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies Toronto Australian/Harvard Citation.
Petrus Alfonsi. & Keller, John Esten. Other articles where Disciplina clericalis is discussed: Judaism: Jewish contributions to Christian and Islamic tales: material is embodied in the Disciplina clericalis of Peter Alfonsi (died after ), a baptized Jew of Aragon originally known as Moses Sephardi.
This book is the oldest European collection of novellas; it served as a primary source for the celebrated Gesta Romanorum. He finds, for example, that Alfonsi's Disciplina clericalis provided a mine of materials not only for thirteenth-century preachers but also for Boccaccio and Chaucer, and that arguments from his Dialogis contra Iudaeos were taken up by Christian polemicists from Peter the Venerable to Alonso de Espina.
The Disciplina clericalis of Petrus Alfonsi was an unusual text in its own time and place. Petrus compiled and translated it from Arabic courtly sources from al-Andalus and seems to have composed it in or translated it into Latin shortly after his conversion from Judaism to Christianity in the early twelfth century and his subsequent migration to Norman : Gabriel Ford.
The scholar’s guide. A translation of the twelfth-century Disciplina Clericalis of Pedro Alfonso, by Joseph Ramon Jones and John Esten Keller. – La porosidad de las fronteras culturales: el “Calila y Dimna” árabe en la ” Disciplina clericalis” latina de Pedro Alfonso, rabino y cristiano aragonés.
A translation of the twelfth-century Disciplina Clericalis of Pedro Alfonso, Disciplina Clericalis (English translation) from the fifteenth century Worcester. The scholar’s guide. A translation of the twelfth-century Disciplina Clericalis of Pedro Alfonso, by Joseph Ramon Jones and John Esten Keller.
Petrus Alfonsi and His Medieval Readers by John V. Tolan. Hardcover (First) $ that Alfonsi's Disciplina clericalis provided a mine of materials not only for thirteenth-century preachers but also for Boccaccio and Chaucer, Petrus Alfonsi will Pages: The book does not have an analogue in Western literature at that time and has been an inspiration for Western writers for centuries to come.
The prologue of Disciplina Clericalis is where the voice of the author is most easily recognised. Petrus reaffirms himself in it as a Christian author and states the aims, purpose and origins of his : Elina Boeva.This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world’s books discoverable online.
Petri Alfonsi Disciplina clericalis Author: Petrus Alfonsi.