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Hugh of Saint-Victor 1096?-1141

Overview
Works: 853 works in 1,869 publications in 8 languages and 13,671 library holdings
Genres: History  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Manuscripts  Sources  Rules  Illustrated works 
Roles: Author, Other, Attributed name, Commentator, Contributor, Dedicatee, Dubious author, Arranger, Speaker, Editor
Classifications: AE2, 189.4
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Didascalicon of Hugh of St. Victor : a medieval guide to the arts by Hugh( Book )

65 editions published between 1474 and 2007 in 6 languages and held by 1,108 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

With three other works (by Bacon, Urso and Paschasius Radbertus) in 15th century ms. of 117 leaves
On the sacraments of the Christian faith (De sacramentis) by Hugh( Book )

12 editions published between 1951 and 2007 in English and Undetermined and held by 415 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Soliloquy on the earnest money of the soul by Hugh( Book )

32 editions published between 1455 and 1984 in 5 languages and held by 412 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Brugmans no. 10; IMDC p. 46; Migne PL 176, 951-970
Six opuscules spirituels by Hugh( Book )

28 editions published in 1969 in 3 languages and held by 336 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Hugonis de Sancto Victore Opera propaedeutica by Hugh( Book )

13 editions published in 1966 in Latin and held by 332 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Hugh of Saint-Victor; selected spiritual writings by Hugh( Book )

9 editions published between 1962 and 2009 in English and held by 256 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Among the classical authorities on the comtemplative life in the West, no one has been treated with more consistent honour than the great early twelfth-century Paris master, Hugh of Saint-Victor. His commentary on the "Celestial Hierarchies" of Denys the Areopagite, characteristic of him only in the fidelity with which it reflects his discipleship of his Western masters, Augustine and Gregory the Great, is so frequently referred to as significant for later writers, that Hugh's own highly personal conception of the relation of the contemplative life to Scripture and theology is seldom properly appreciated or understood. The texts slected for this volume of translations should enable the reader to form a more adequate impression of Hugh as a writer and thinker than the few shorter works which have hitherto appeared in English. The charming late group of works on charity is represented by the first English version of a short piece "On the nature of love", but the bulk of the volume is devoted to substantial sections from Hugh's great works on the symbolism of Noah's Ark, where the intimate connections between his aims as an exegete and as a theologian are constantly implicit
Hugonis de Sancto Victore De archa Noe ; Libellus de formatione arche by Hugh( Book )

26 editions published in 2001 in 5 languages and held by 189 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Practical geometry = Practica geometriae by Hugh( Book )

8 editions published between 1991 and 2010 in 3 languages and held by 184 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Hugonis de Sancto Victore De tribus diebus by Hugh( Book )

19 editions published between 2001 and 2002 in 4 languages and held by 146 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Hugonis de Sancto Victore Didascalicon de studio legendi by Hugh( Book )

19 editions published between 1939 and 1966 in 3 languages and held by 135 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Interpretation of scripture : theory : a selection of works of Hugh, Andrew, Richard and Godfrey of St Victor, and of Robert of Melun by Franklin T Harkins( Book )

4 editions published between 2012 and 2013 in English and held by 130 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Starting from the theory of scriptural interpretation elaborated by Hugh of St. Victor, the Augustinian Canons of twelfth-century St. Victor in Paris were leading theorists and practitioners of scriptual exegesis. This volume contains translations of the exegetical theories elaborated in Hugh of St. Victor's (d. 1141) Didascalicon, On Sacred Scripture and its Authors, The Diligent Examiner, and On the Sacraments (prologues); Andrew of St. Victor's (d. 1175) prologues to select commentaries; Richard of St. Victor's (d. 1173) Book of Notes and Apocalypse commentary; Godfrey of St. Victor's Fountain of Philosophy; Robert of Melun's Sentences; and the anonymous Speculum on the Mysteries of the Church. -- Book jacket
Didascalicon de studio legendi : Studienbuch [lateinisch-deutsch] by Hugh( Book )

21 editions published between 1939 and 2011 in 4 languages and held by 116 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Hugh of Saint Victor on the sacraments of the Christian faith (De Sacramentis) by Hugh( Book )

10 editions published between 1951 and 2007 in English and Undetermined and held by 110 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Soliloquium de arrha animae und De vanitate mundi by Hugh( Book )

10 editions published in 1913 in Latin and German and held by 87 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les Machines du sens : fragments d'une sémiologie médiévale by Hugh( Book )

10 editions published between 1987 and 1991 in French and held by 81 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Explanation of the Rule of St. Augustine by Hugh( Book )

11 editions published between 1911 and 2012 in English and held by 74 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Writings on the spiritual life : a selection of works of Hugh, Adam, Achard, Richard, Walter, and Godfrey of St Victor( Book )

2 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 68 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume collects works on spiritual life of the most influential religious writers of the Middle Ages. The Canons following the Rule of St Augustine at St Victor in Paris were some of the most influential religious writers of the Middle Ages. They combined exegesis and spiritual teaching in a theology that was deeply rooted in tradition but also attuned to current developments in the schools of Paris. This selection of their writings on the spiritual life is divided into three sections. The first presents three works by Achard and Richard which treat the development of Christian life from the beginnings of conversion to the perfection of love and contemplation. Prayer, meditation and the gifts of the Holy Spirit are the subjects of the works by Hugh and Richard included in the second section. The final section presents poetical, exegetical and homiletic works honoring Mary by Hugh, Adam, Richard, Godfrey, and Walter. This rich and representative sampling of Victorine works is a clear window into a world that still has much to offer modern readers.-- Publisher description
 
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Soliloquy on the earnest money of the soul
Alternative Names
De Saint-Victor, Hugues, 1096?-1141

d'Hug de Saint Víctor.

Hug de Sant Víctor

Hug de Sant Víctor, Theologe, Philosoph, Mystiker 1096-1141

Hugh 1096?-1141 of Saint-Victor

Hugh 1096?-1141 of St. Victor

Hugh ca. 1096-1141 of Saint Victor

Hugh ca. 1096-1141 of St. Victor

Hugh of Saint-Victor.

Hugh of Saint-Victor 1096-1141

Hugh, of Saint Victor, ca. 1096-1141

Hugh of Saint Victor German-French canon regular and theologian

Hugh of Saint-Victor, Theologe, Philosoph, Mystiker 1096-1141

Hugh of St. Victor 1096-1141

Hugh, of St. Victor, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo.

Hugo 1096-1141 Beatus

Hugo 1096-1141 Canonicus

Hugo 1096-1141 de Blankenburg

Hugo 1096-1141 de Mauritania

Hugo 1096-1141 de S. Victore

Hugo 1096-1141 de San Víctor

Hugo 1096?-1141 de Sancto Victore

Hugo 1096-1141 Magister

Hugo 1096-1141 Magnus

Hugo 1096?-1141 of Saint-Victor

Hugo 1096-1141 Parisiensis

Hugo 1096-1141 Philosophus

Hugo 1096-1141 Sanctus

Hugo 1096-1141 Theologus

Hugo 1096-1141 Victorius

Hugo 1096-1141 von Sankt Victor

Hugo 1096-1141 von Sankt Viktor

Hugo 1096?-1141 von St. Viktor

Hugo 1096?-1141 ze Svatého Viktora

Hugo a Sancto Victore

Hugo a Sancto-Victore 1096?-1141

Hugo a Sancto-Victore asi 1096-1141

Hugo, a Sancto Victore, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo af Saint-Victor

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Hugo av Sankt Victor

Hugo av St. Victor

Hugo Beatus 1096-1141

Hugo, Beatus, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 a Sancto Victore

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 Beatus

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 Canonicus

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 de Blankenburg

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 de S. Victore

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 de Saint Victor

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 de Sancto Victore

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 Magister

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 Magnus

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 Parisiensis

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 Philosophus

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 Sanctus

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 Theologus

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Hugo ca. 1096-1141 van St Victor

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 Victorius

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 von Sankt-Victor

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 von St. Victor

Hugo ca. 1096-1141 ze Svatého Viktora

Hugo Canonicus 1096-1141

Hugo, Canonicus, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo Canonicus, Theologe, Philosoph, Mystiker 1096-1141

Hugo de Blankenburg 1096-1141

Hugo, de Blankenburg, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo de Mauritania 1096-1141

Hugo de S. Victore 1096-1141

Hugo, de S. Victore, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo de Saint Victor

Hugo, de Saint-Victor, 1096?-1141

Hugo de Saint Victor asi 1096-1141

Hugo, de Saint Victor, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo de Saint Victore asi 1096-1141

Hugo de San Víctor

Hugo de San Víctor 1096-1141

Hugo de Sancto Victore.

Hugo, de Sancto Victore, 1096?-1141

Hugo de Sancto Victore asi 1096-1141

Hugo, de Sancto Victore, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo de Sancto Victore, Theologe, Philosoph, Mystiker 1096-1141

Hugo de São Vitor

Hugo el Sankta Viktoro

Hugo Magister 1096-1141

Hugo, Magister, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo Magnus 1096-1141

Hugo, Magnus, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo od sv. Viktora

Hugo od svatého Viktora asi 1096-1141

Hugo od św. Wiktora

Hugo of Saint-Victor.

Hugo of Saint Victor 1096-1141

Hugo of Saint Victor 1096 or 7-1141

Hugo Parisiensis 1096-1141

Hugo, Parisiensis, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo Parisiensis, Theologe, Philosoph, Mystiker 1096-1141

Hugo Philosophus 1096-1141

Hugo, Philosophus, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo Sanctus 1096-1141

Hugo, Sanctus, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo Theologus 1096-1141

Hugo, Theologus, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo, van Saint-Victor, ca. 1096-1141

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Hugo, van St Victor, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo Victorius 1096-1141

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Hugo Victorius, Theologe, Philosoph, Mystiker 1096-1141

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Hugo, von Sankt-Victor, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo von Sankt Viktor

Hugo von Sankt Viktor 1096-1141

Hugo von Sankt Viktor, Theologe, Philosoph, Mystiker 1096-1141

Hugo von Sankt Viktor Theologe und Philosoph

Hugo von St. Victor

Hugo von St. Victor 1096?-1141

Hugo von St. Victor asi 1096-1141

Hugo, von St. Victor, ca. 1096-1141

Hugo von St. Viktor.

Hugo von St. Viktor 1096-1141

Hugo, von St. Viktor, 1096 or 7-1141

Hugo z Saint-Victor.

Hugo ze Svatého Viktora

Hugo ze Svatého Viktora 1096-1141

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Hugo, ze Svatého Viktora, ca. 1096-1141

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Hugon ze Świętego Wiktora.

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Pseudo-Hugo 1096-1141 à S. Victore

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Saint-Victor, Hugh of 1096-1141

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San Víctor, Hugo de 1096?-1141

Sancto Victore, Hugo de 1096-1141

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Sankt Viktor, Hugo von 1096-1141

Sankt Viktor, Hugo von ca. 1096-1141

St. Victor, Hugo von 1096-1141

St-Victor, Hugues de, 1096?-1141

Ugo 1096-1141 de Sancto Victore

Ugo 1096-1141 de Sancto Vittore

Ugo 1096-1141 de Si Santo Victore

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Ugo 1096-1141 di San Vittore

Ugo 1096-1141 di Santo Vittore

Ugo ca. 1096-1141 di San Vittore

Ugo de Sancto Victore

Ugo de Sancto Victore 1096-1141

Ugo de Sancto Vittore 1096-1141

Ugo de Si Santo Victore 1096-1141

Ugo di S. Vittore 1096-1141

Ugo di San Vittore

Ugo di San Vittore 1096-1141

Ugo, di San Vittore, ca. 1096-1141

Ugo di San Vittore teologo, filosofo e cardinale francese

Ugo di Santo Vittore 1096-1141

Ugone da S. Vittore

Ugone de Santo Vittore

Victor, Hughes de Saint 1096-1141

Victor, Hughes de Saint ca. 1096-1141

Victore, Hugo de Sancto 1096-1141

Victore, Hugo de Sancto ca. 1096-1141

Victorius, Hugo 1096-1141

Victorius, Hugo ca. 1096-1141

Victorius, Hugo Theologe, Philosoph, Mystiker 1096-1141

Гуго Сен-Викторский

Гуго Сен-Вікторський

הוגו מסנט ויקטור

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On the sacraments of the Christian faith (De sacramentis)Soliloquy on the earnest money of the soulHugh of Saint-Victor; selected spiritual writingsPractical geometry = Practica geometriaeHugh of Saint Victor on the sacraments of the Christian faith (De Sacramentis)Explanation of the Rule of St. AugustineThe theology of Hugh of St. Victor : an interpretation