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Jacobus de Voragine approximately 1229-1298

Works: 663 works in 2,135 publications in 14 languages and 13,436 library holdings
Genres: Biography  Legends  History  Poetry  Illustrated works  Criticism, interpretation, etc 
Roles: Author, Bibliographic antecedent
Classifications: BX4654, 282.0922
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Gilte legende by Jacobus( Book )
189 editions published between 1476 and 2014 in 12 languages and held by 1,135 libraries worldwide
This is a translation of Jean de Vignay's 'Legende Doree', itself a translation of Jacobus de Voragine's 'Legenda Aurea', one of the most widely copied, translated, and read books of the later Middle Ages. Volumes I and II contain the text, while Volume III contains the introduction, explanatory notes, and glossary
A stanzaic life of Christ compiled from Higden's Polychronicon and the Legenda aurea by Frances A Foster( Book )
12 editions published between 1926 and 1987 in English and held by 239 libraries worldwide
Women of the Gilte legende : a selection of Middle English saints lives by Jacobus( Book )
3 editions published between 2003 and 2012 in English and held by 191 libraries worldwide
This book is a prose translation of a selection of women saints' lives from the Gilte Legende, the Middle English version of Jacobus de Voragine's Legenda Aurea, one of the most influential books to come from the middle ages. Because of its popularity and subject matter, the Gilte Legende was widely read and used as a model for everyday life, including the education of women through examples set by early Christian martyrs. Many of the women saints spoke passionately about their convictions and defended their faith and their bodies to the death. For over 400 years, these amazing vernacular stories have been inaccessible to a wider audience. This book divides the lives of female saints into: the "ryght hooly virgins", who vocally defend their bodies against Roman persecution; "holy mothers", who give up their traditional role to pursue a life of contemplation; the 'repentant sinners', who convert and voice their defiance against a society that demanded silence in women; and the "holy transvestites", who cast off their gender identity to find absolution and salvation. Their lives reach through the ages to speak to a modern audience, academic and non-academic, forcing a re-examination of women's roles in the medieval period. Includes: Saint Christina, Saint Dorothy, Saint Margaret of Antioch, Saint Paula, Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, Mary Magdalene, Saint Marina, Saint Theodora, Saint Pelagia, Saint Margaret Pelagia. Also includes the interpretative essay: Silence and speech in the female lives of the Gilte Legende and their influence on the lives of ordinary medieval women
Jacobi a Voragine Legenda aurea : vulgo Historia lombardica dicta by Jacobus( Book )
36 editions published between 1846 and 2003 in 3 languages and held by 176 libraries worldwide
The golden legend by Jacobus( Book )
9 editions published in 1892 in English and held by 160 libraries worldwide
Legenda aurea by Jacobus( Book )
14 editions published between 1998 and 2007 in 3 languages and held by 140 libraries worldwide
Die altokzitanische Version B der "Legenda aurea" : Ms. Paris, Bibl. nat., n. acq. fr. 6504 by Jacobus( Book )
3 editions published in 1995 in German and Provencal and held by 125 libraries worldwide
The "Legenda aurea", compiled in Latin by Jacobus de Voragine between 1260 and 1270, is the most widely disseminated collection of saints' legends in the Middle Ages. Among the countless vernacular reworkings there are three in Old Occitan which are closely bound up with the Catalan line of "Legenda aurea" adaptations. The Old Occitan Version B edited here for the first time represents a selection of 102 chapters from the original corpus with four additional chapters and is based on various Occitan and Catalan translations from the Latin. The linguistic commentary concentrates on the vocabulary of the texts edited and also presents it in a complete glossary. Newly attested forms and meanings are provided with commentaries of their own and represent a significant addition to the material available to Old Occitan lexicography
A critical edition of the legend of Mary Magdalena from Caxton's Golden legende of 1483 by Jacobus( Book )
4 editions published in 1985 in English, Middle [1100-1500] and English and held by 98 libraries worldwide
Iacopo da Varagine e la sua Cronaca di Genova dalle origini al MCCXCVII by Jacobus( Book )
22 editions published between 1941 and 1969 in Italian and Latin and held by 90 libraries worldwide
The life of St. George : printed from the Golden legend of William Caxton by Jacobus( Book )
3 editions published between 1920 and 1957 in English and held by 84 libraries worldwide
The golden legend : a reproduction from a copy in the Manchester free library by Jacobus( Book )
8 editions published in 1878 in English and held by 84 libraries worldwide
The lyfe of Adam by Jacobus( Book )
8 editions published between 1512 and 1527 in English and held by 29 libraries worldwide
Here begynneth the legende named in latyn legenda aurea, that is to say in englyshe the golden legende by Jacobus( Book )
10 editions published in 1493 in English and held by 28 libraries worldwide
La légende dorée by Jacobus( Book )
1 edition published in 1843 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
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Alternative Names
Blaženi Iacopo da Varazze
Da Varagine, Giacomo
Da Varazze, Giacomo
Da Varazze, Iacopo
Da Voragine, Giacomo
Da Voragine, Jacopo
De Varagine, Jacobus
De Voragine, Jacobo
De Voragine, Jacobus
De Voragine, Jacobus, approximately 1229-1298
De Voragine, Jacobus ca. 1229-1298
De Voragine, Jacques
De Voragine, Jacques, ca 1229-1298
Giacomo da Varaggio
Giacomo da Varagine
Giacomo, da Varagine, approximately 1229-1298
Giacomo da Varagine ca. 1229-1298
Giacomo da Varagine, O.P., c. 1229-1298
Giacomo, Da Varazze
Giacomo, da Varazze, approximately 1229-1298
Giacomo da Varazze, b., arciv. di Genova, c. 1229-1298
Giacomo da Varazze ca. 1229-1298
Giacomo da Voragine.
Giacomo, da Voragine, approximately 1229-1298
Giacomo da Voragine ca. 1229-1298
Iacobo, di Voragine, approximately 1229-1298
Iacobo, di Voragine, ca. 1229-1298
Iacobus, beatus
Iacobus de Varagine
Iacobus de Voragine
Iacobus, de Voragine, approximately 1229-1298
Iacobus de Voragine ca. 1229-1298
Iacobus Ianuensis
Iacopo, Da Varagine
Iacopo da Varàgine 1228?-1298
Iacopo, da Varagine, approximately 1229-1298
Iacopo, da Varagine, ca. 1229-1298
Iacopo, da Varazze
Iacopo da Varazze 1228?-1298
Iacopo, da Varazze, approximately 1229-1298
Iacopo da Varazze, blaženi
Iacopo, da Varazze, ca. 1226-1298
Iacopo da Varazze ca. 1229-1298
Iacopo de Varazze
Jacobo de Voraégine
Jacobo, de Voragine
Jacobo, de Voragine, approximately 1229-1298
Jacobo de Voragine ca. 1229-1298
Jacobus a Varagine
Jacobus a Varagine 1228?-1298
Jacobus a Varagine, O.P., c. 1229-1298
Jacobus a Voragine.
Jacobus, a Voragine, approximately 1229-1298
Jacobus a Voragine ca. 1229-1298
Jacobus, approximately 1229-1298
Jacobus aus Varazze
Jacobus, beatus
Jacobus de Varagine.
Jacobus, de Varagine, approximately 1229-1298
Jacobus de Varagine ca. 1229-1298
Jacobus, de Voragine
Jacobus de Voragine 1228?-1298
Jacobus, de Voragine, Archbishop of Genoa, approximately 1229-1298
Jacobus de Voragine, b., c. 1229-1298
Jacobus, de Voragine, ca. 1229-1298
Jacobus de Voragine Italian Roman Catholic archbishop
Jacobus de Voragine italienischer Erzbischof und kirchenlateinischer Schriftsteller
Jacobus de Voragine žakope de vorážin
Jacobus, đenoveški biskup
Jacobus Genuensis
Jacobus Genuensis, O.P., c. 1229-1298
Jacobus, Ianuensis, approximately 1229-1298
Jacobus, Ianuensis, ca. 1229-1298
Jacobus Januensis.
Jacobus, Januensis, approximately 1229-1298
Jacobus, Januensis, ca. 1229-1298
Jacobus, of Voragine, approximately 1229-1298
Jacobus of Voragine ca. 1229-1298
Jacobus of Voraigne
Jacopo da Varagine
Jacopo, da Varagine, approximately 1229-1298
Jacopo da Varagine ca. 1229-1298
Jacopo da Varazze
Jacopo da Varazze 1228?-1298
Jacopo, da Varazze, approximately 1229-1298
Jacopo da Varazze arcivescovo e domenicano italiano
Jacopo, da Varazze, ca. 1229-1298
Jacopo da Varazze, O.P., c. 1229-1298
Jacopo, Da Voragine
Jacopo, da Voragine, approximately 1229-1298
Jacopo da Voragine ca. 1229-1298
Jacopo da Voragine hagiográfus, történetíró
Jacopo de Varagine
Jacopo de Varazze
Jacopo, de Viraggio, approximately 1229-1298
Jacopo, de Viraggio, ca. 1229-1298
Jacopo, de Voragine, approximately 1229-1298
Jacopo, de Voragine, ca. 1229-1298
Jacopo, di Viraggio, approximately 1229-1298
Jacopo, di Viraggio, ca. 1229-1298
Jacques, archevêque de Gênes, ca. 1229-1298
Jacques, de Gênes, ca. 1229-1298
Jacques de Varazze
Jacques de Varazze 1228?-1298
Jacques, de Voragine
Jacques, de Voragine, approximately 1229-1298
Jacques de Voragine auteur de la Légende dorée
Jacques de Voragine ca. 1229-1298
Jakob von Viraggio 1228?-1298
Jakob von Voragine
Jakob von Voragine, ca 1229-1298
Jakobo de Voraĝino
Jakobus de Voragine
Jakub de Voragine.
Jakub, de Voragine, approximately 1229-1298
Jakub de Voragine ca. 1229-1298
Jakub z Voragine
James, of Voragine
James, of Voragine, approximately 1229-1298
James of Voragine ca. 1229-1298
Jokūbas Voraginietis
San Jacopo da Varazze
Santiago de la Vorágine
Santiago, de la Vorágine, approximately 1229-1298
Santiago de la Vorágine ca. 1229-1298
Santiago de la Voraigne
Santiago de la Vorigine.
Santiago, de Varazze, approximately 1229-1298
Santiago de Varazze ca. 1229-1298
Varaggio, Jacobo de
Varagine, Giacomo da
Varagine, Giacomo da, approximately 1229-1298
Varagine, Giacomo da ca. 1229-1298
Varagine, Iacopo da
Varagine, Iacopo da, approximately 1229-1298
Varagine, Iacopo da, ca. 1229-1298
Varagine, Jacobus a
Varagine, Jacobus de
Varagine, Jacobus de, approximately 1229-1298
Varagine, Jacobus de ca. 1229-1298
Varagine, Jacopo da, ca. 1226-1298
Varagio, Giacomo
Varazze, Giacomo da
Varazze, Giacomo da, approximately 1229-1298
Varazze, Giacomo da ca. 1229-1298
Varazze Iacopo.
Varazze, Iacopo da
Varazze, Iacopo da, approximately 1229-1298
Varazze, Iacopo da ca. 1229-1298
Varazze, Iacopo de
Varazze, Jacobus
Varazze, Jacopo da
Varazze, Jacopo da, approximately 1229-1298
Varazze, Jacopo da, ca. 1226-1298
Varazze, Jacopo da, ca. 1229-1298
Varazze, Santiago de
Varazze, Santiago de, approximately 1229-1298
Varazze, Santiago de ca. 1229-1298
Viraggio, Jacopo di
Viraggio, Jacopo di, approximately 1229-1298
Viraggio, Jacopo di, ca. 1229-1298
Viragine, Jacobus de
Viraze, Jacobus de
Vora´gine, Santiago de la, ca. 1229-1298
Voraégine, Jacobo de
Voraégine, Santiago de la
Voragine, Giacomo da
Voragine, Giacomo da, approximately 1229-1298
Voragine, Giacomo da ca. 1229-1298
Voragine, Iacobo di
Voragine, Iacobo di, approximately 1229-1298
Voragine, Iacobo di, ca. 1229-1298
Voragine, Iacobus de
Voragine, Jacobus de
Voragine, Jacobus de, approximately 1229-1298
Voragine, Jacobus de, ca. 1226-1298
Voragine, Jacobus de ca. 1229-1298
Voragine, Jacopo da
Voragine, Jacopo da, approximately 1229-1298
Voragine, Jacopo da ca. 1229-1298
Voragine, Jacques de
Voragine, Jacques de, approximately 1229-1298
Voragine, Jacques de, ca. 1226-1298
Voragine, Jacques de, ca. 1229-1298
Voragine, Jakub de.
Voragine, Jakub de, approximately 1229-1298
Voragine, Jakub de ca. 1229-1298
Voragine, Jaume de
Voragine, Santiago de la
Vorágine, Santiago de la, approximately 1229-1298
Vorágine, Santiago de la, ca. 1229-1298
Иаков Ворагинский
Яків Ворагінський
וורגינה, יקובוס דה
ורגינה, יקובוס דה
יעקב דה ורגינה
יעקובוס דה ורגינה
יקובוס דה וורגינה
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