By Rene Chartrand, René Chartrand, Bill Younghusband
This quantity – overlaying the ultimate years of the Peninsular conflict and the lengthy trek over the Pyrenees into France – concludes the author’s extraordinary in-depth research of the military that fought along Wellington’s redcoats through the Peninsular battle.
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112. Bede, De arte metrica, I. 24, ed. Kendall, CCSL 123A, p. ” 20 Educational Works serve a useful purpose. A key text that reveals Bede’s positive attitude towards the subject is in Book II of his commentary on I Samuel. After warning that Christians should neither love nor pursue too ardently the sweetness of secular eloquence, he discusses the meaning of Jonathan’s nourishment from the forbidden honeycomb. Certain noble leaders of the Church enjoyed the books of the pagans too much, and one of them was severely chastised for being a Ciceronian rather than a Christian (here Bede means Jerome, of course).
14. 29–30, ed. Hurst, CCSL 119, pp. 121. For an excellent summary of the complex history of grammatical texts in Anglo-Saxon England, see Vivien Law, The Insular Latin Grammarians (Woodbridge, 1982), ch. 2. The grammars themselves are found in Grammatici Latini, ed. Heinrich Keil, 7 vols. and suppl. (Leipzig, 1857–70). On Donatus, see Louis Holtz, Donat et la tradition de l’enseignement grammatical: étude sur l’Ars Donati et sa diffusion (IVe–IXe siècle) et édition critique (Paris, 1981). 21 A Companion to Bede and historical works.
Bede: The Reckoning of Time, pp. 239–40. , Bede: The Reckoning of Time, p. 249; De temporum ratione, ed. Jones, CCSL 1234B, p. ” Beda, Opera didascalia, 3, ed. Jones, CCSL 123C, pp. 635–42. Bede titles the work “De 31 A Companion to Bede Bede in chapter 30 of De temporum ratione), which was not recognized as a forgery until the Renaissance. Running counter to orthodox reckoning, it was used by the Irish as an authority against the Roman dating for Easter. 58 Bede considered all these didactic treatises, grammatical and scientific, as propaedeutics to the study of Scripture.
Spanish Army of the Napoleonic Wars (3) by Rene Chartrand, René Chartrand, Bill Younghusband