Chapter 3, on the medieval West, is also organized around three Christian concerns regarding the use of the Maccabean martyrs: first, by Rabanus Maurus
and Rupert of Deutz "to alternately support and critique the imperial aspirations of Christian rulers" (81); second, by Anselm of Laon, John Beleth, and Bernard of Clairvaux to alter "late antique explanations for the presence of the Maccabean martyrs on the Christian calendar of saints" (81); and third, by Peter Comestor to signal "a historical continuity between Israel and the church while reinscribing these Jewish martyrs as Christians" (82).
Para hacer frente a esta situacion, Burcardo identifico una serie de principios, generalmente mediante interpretaciones teologicas de las Sagradas Escrituras al estilo de Rabanus Maurus
45) In the ninth century, Rabanus Maurus
argued that allegorically Jerusalem could be understood as standing for the current church; tropologically it stood for the faithful soul, while anagogically it was the celestial home.
The title, 'Septiformis', is aptly drawn from Veni Creator Spiritus by Rabanus Maurus
is exceptional for having emphasized that intercourse in marriage is "clean and holy.
Written at a time of deep personal crisis for Mahler, it sets the hymn Veni Creator Spiritus by the 9th century monk Rabanus Maurus
and the final scene of Goethe's Faust in an impassioned affirmation of redemption for all of humanity.
(776-856), writing Mary Magdalene's biography, did that in the ninth century, calling her Apostolorum Apostola, and that St.
She goes on to tell some very revelatory tales, such as those of the eighth- and ninth-century attempts by Rabanus Maurus
and Remigius of Auxerre to render classical theater into the Christian cosmology, of the controversial Amalarius of Metz (who created a very theatrical interpretation of the liturgy), of the eleventh-century Honorius Augustodunensis (who drew links between classical tragedy and the Mass), and of Hugh of St.
Pseudo-Jerome (the unknown author of the Quaestiones in librum I, II Samuelis), Claudius of Turin, Agobard of Lyons, Rabanus Maurus
and Angelomus of Luxeuil.
The list of authors given substantial treatment includes, in addition to those mentioned, Isidore, Tertullian, Jerome, Gregory, Saint Basil, Boethius, Cassiodorus, Rabanus Maurus
, John of Salisbury, Alanus, Alberic, Luther, Calvin, and many more, while the less well-known (and often voluminous) writers include several virtually unknown names.
In September 1994, the Katholische Akademie Rabanus Maurus
in Wiesbaden-Naurod (where the editor of this volume is 'Studienleiter') organized an inter-disciplinary conference, supported by the Bishoprics of Fulda, Limburg and Mainz, to discuss Hugo Ball's spiritual pilgrimage from Dada to ascetic Roman Catholicism (pp.
Nowadays it is thought of as rather trivial, but some are to be found in the Greek Anthology, and it was a form used with great distinction by Rabanus Maurus
in Carolingian times.