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Isabel Clare Devine

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Published in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dracontius, Blossius Aemilius, 5th cent.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Isabel Clare Devine.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPA6381.D8 D43
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p. l., 109 p., 1 l.
    Number of Pages109
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL188787M
    LC Control Numbera 45005589
    OCLC/WorldCa13049282

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Blossius Aemilius Dracontius (c. – c. ) of Carthage was a Christian poet who flourished in the latter part of the 5th century. He belonged to a family of landowners, and practiced as a lawyer in his native place.

After the conquest of the country by the Vandals, Dracontius was at first allowed to retain possession of his estates, but was subsequently despoiled of his property and Authority control: BIBSYS:BNE:.

Blossius Æmilius Dracontius. The first book of the "De laudibus Dei" has for its main contents a description of the creation; the chief theme of the second is the Incarnation and the Redemption, it also contains vehement attacks on Arianism; the third compares, by appropriate examples, the hope of the Christian who denies himself in order.

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The first book of the “De laudibus Dei” has for its main contents a description of the creation; the chief theme of the second is the Incarnation and the Redemption, it also contains vehement attacks on Arianism; the third compares, by appropriate examples, the hope of the Christian who denies himself in order to love God with the cheerless.

Blossius Aemilius Dracontius, the foremost Christian Latin poet of Africa. He lived at the time of the literary revival that took place under Vandal rule in the latter part of the 5th century. At Carthage Dracontius received the traditional rhetorical education and practiced as a lawyer.

Though his. A Christian poet of the fifth century. Dracontius belonged to a distinguished family of Carthage and was the pupil of a noted grammarian named Felicianus.

He was called clarissimus (most illustrious), won the favour of the proconsul Pacideius, and led a prosperous life by means of inherited riches and the income of his law practice until he incurred the ill will of the Vandal king, Gunthamund.

Dracontius, BLOSSIUS AEMILIUS, a Christian poet of the fifth tius belonged to a distinguished family of Carthage and was the pupil of a noted grammarian named Felicianus. He was called clarissimus (most illustrious), won the favor of the proconsul Pacideius, and led a prosperous life by means of inherited riches and the income of his law practice until he incurred the ill will of.

key figure was Blossius Aemilius Dracontius. Dracontius himself provides us with an interesting case-study: a Catholic Afro-Roman Senator (by birth, leastwise), an illustrious member of the Carthaginian intelligentsia, a court poet ultimately imprisoned by his ruler.

Blossius Aemilius Dracontius war ein spätantiker lateinischer Dichter des späten 5. Jahrhunderts n. Chr. Er war senatorischer Herkunft und als Advokat in Karthago tätig. Dracontius dichtete um einen (nicht erhaltenen) Lobgesang auf einen nicht-vandalischen Herrscher, wahrscheinlich den oströmischen Kaiser ür wurde er mitsamt seiner Familie unter dem in Afrika herrschenden.

Blossius Aemilius Dracontius poeta et defensor religionis christianae fuit qui V saeculo p.C.n. floruit. Vita. Noster natus est in Africa, tunc a Vandalis occupata, medio saeculo V, non humili loco, nam familia ejus, ex italica vel hispanica stirpe, nobilis erat.

in qua supplex regis fit, sed incassum. Deinde libros De Laudibus Dei. U Africi, pored Marcijana Kapele, krajem 5. veka deluju Drakoncije (Blossius Aemilius Dracontius), iza koga je ostala jedna pesma u kojoj vandalskog kralja moli da ga oslobodi zatvorske kazne te heksametarske Pohvale bogu (Laudes Dei) u tri knjige, zatim Fulgencije (Fabius Planciades Fulgentius), koji u prozimetarskoj Mitologiji (Mythologiae) u.

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Lot, F., Les invasions germaniques. La pénétration mutuelle du monde barbare et du Meyer, W., "Die Berliner Centones der Laudes Dei des Dracontius" en SPA W. Dracontius, teljes nevén Blossius Aemilius Dracontius ( körül – körül) ókor végi latin nyelvű keresztény költő.

Élete és művei. Dracontius Hispániából származott, vagy kárthágói ügyvéd volt. Latin nyelvű, keresztény. Mais l’actio, la présence réelle, étant exclue de l’écrit, il ne lui reste que les armes de l’inuentio, de la dispositio et surtout de l’elocutio pour émouvoir son public.

Le poète Blossius Aemilius Dracontius vécut vers la fin du 5e siècle apr. J.-C., à Carthage, où il subit une lourde peine d’emprisonnement. DRAKONTSY Blossom Aemilius (Dracontius, Blossius Aemilius) Latin Poet photo biography deliver on its expectations, D.

written the same conclusion in another work, which brought him fame, praise the Lord (Laudes Dei), known for many centuries under the name Geksameron (Six Days of Creation). The 3 books of the poet praised the justice.

Other articles where De laudibus dei is discussed: Blossius Aemilius Dracontius: in his most religious poem, De laudibus dei.

This last poem, considered his most important work, comprises 2, hexameters in three books: Book I describes the Creation and Fall and the evidence for immortality; Book II treats the benevolence of God as shown by the preservation and redemption of the.

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Laudes regiae; a study in liturgical acclamations and mediaeval ruler worship, by Ernst H. Kantorowicz, with a study of the music of the laudes and musical transcriptions, by Manfred F. Bukofzer. Dracontius [Blossius Aemilius Dracontius] Arevalo, F. Dracontii poetae Christiani seculi V carmina.

Recensente F. Arevalo. Rome. Bährens, E. (/). BOOK REVIEWS 51 longer against him. It is then at least possi-ble that Dracontius may have lived well on into the sixth century after Christ, perhaps twenty years, but this is all con-jecture.

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