Bartholomaeus Anglicus


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Bartholomaeus Anglicus:

see Bartholomew de GlanvilleBartholomew de Glanville
or Bartholomaeus Anglicus
, fl. c.1250, English Friar Minor. He taught theology at Paris, and he was the author of De proprietatibus rerum (first pub. c.1470), a famous medieval encyclopedia of natural history.
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These themes were taken up by the Franciscan theologians-musicians-theorists to whose work Loewen dedicates chapters: Lotario di Segni (Pope Innocent III), Alexander of Hales, William of Middleton, David von Augsburg, Robert Grosseteste, Roger Bacon, Bartholomaeus Anglicus, and Juan Gil de Zamora.
Chapters 7 and 8, respectively, are devoted to Bartholomaeus Anglicus and Juan Gil de Zamora and their approach to music education.
Typical here is the Franciscan Bartholomaeus Anglicus, who compiled a work entitled On the Properties of Things in the middle decades of the century.
Building upon Paul's comment, for instance, Bartholomaeus Anglicus prefaces his On the Properties of Things by remarking that it is only possible for the human mind to be led to the contemplation of the immaterial celestial hierarchy through material things.
13) John of Trevisa, On the Properties of Things: John Trevisa's Translation of Bartholomaeus Anglicus "De Proprietatibus Rerum" gen.
As Bartholomaeus Anglicus, the thirteenth-century English encyclopedist, observed (in John Trevisa's English translation of 1398), the nurse of a child `plesith the childe with whistlinge and songes whenne he schal slepe'.
4) `Sibilis et cantilenis demulcet puerum dormientem' (Bartholomaeus Anglicus, De rerum proprietatibus (Dillingen, 1506), book VI, chapter x), translated in On the Properties of Things: John Trevisa's Translation of Bartholomaeus Anglicus `De proprietatibus rerum', ed.
In the middle of the thirteenth century, for example, the celebrated encyclopedist Bartholomaeus Anglicus described his fellow Englishmen as "fire men of herte and with tongue.
Among their works we find, for example, translations of the Meditaciones vite Christi (especially the Passion segment); vernacular sermons and devotional texts by Berthold of Regensburg, Heinrich of Burgus, and Hendrik Herp; and the theological tracts of David of Augsburg and Bartholomaeus Anglicus.
She carefully reconstructs his biography and argues that the surviving form of the work is James's holograph, compiled from a wide range of sources, canon law, biblical, patristic, and theological, as well as works by Bartholomaeus Anglicus, William of Pagula, and Richard Fitzralph.
Following on from the critical edition of John Trevisa's English translation of the De proprietatibus rerum by the friar minor Bartholomaeus Anglicus, one of the most influential encyclopaedias of the thirteenth century, M.
The translators of the Wycliffite Bible, for instance, consistently render the coturnix of the Vulgate as 'curlew'; and throughout his various reworkings of important mediaeval texts (of the apocryphal Gospel of Nicodemus, of Bartholomaeus Anglicus, and of Ralph Higden's Polychronicon) John Trevisa also translates coturnix as 'curlew'.