5 edition of The life of St Edmund, King and martyr found in the catalog.
The life of St Edmund, King and martyr
by British Library in London
Includes bibliographical references (p. -18).
|Statement||introduction by A.S.G. Edwards.|
|Contributions||Edwards, A. S. G. 1942-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p.,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
The holy and right-believing King Edmund the Martyr was a king and martyr of East Anglia in the ninth century. He succeeded to the throne of East Anglia in as a fourteen year old. He died a martyr’s death battling the “Great Heathen Army”, a large army of Vikings that pillaged and conquered much of England in the late ninth century. The LIFE of SAINT EDMUND KING and MARTYR The Folio Society - The Lives of Saint Edmund and Fremund in MS Harley by John Lydgate Number of a limited edition of copies in total Fascimile bound in full goatskin with all gilt edges / commentary bound in dark green finish - both items being in perfect condition - outer box virtually blemish free though a small scratch exists.
The Life of St Edmund, King & Martyr: John Lydgate’s Illustrated Verse Life Presented to Henry VI: a facsimile of British Library MS Harley , introduction by A. S. G. Edwards (London: British Library, ) [facsimile]. Greg Buzwell, Saints in Medieval Manuscripts (London: . Book, Description: London: Folio Society ; 2 vol.: ill. facsims ; in box 28 x 19 x 8 cm. Notes: This facsimile of the Life of St Edmund King and Martyr has been reproduced from the manuscript MS Harley Edition of copies. Subjects: Edmund, of Abingdon, Saint, Archbishop of Canterbury, approximately
St. Edmund, King and Martyr, Anglican Church 34 Ave. NW Calgary, AB T3B 1R2 (just down the hill from Canada Olympic Park) Find us on Google Maps: The Little Church That Serves > . Edmund the Martyr was crowned King of East Anglia in or and was venerated as a Martyr Saint soon after his death at the hands of Danish Vikings on 20th November This date remains St Edmund’s Feast Day today. On the Feast of St. Edmund, King and Martyr Commemorated November 20/December 3 On the Feast of St. Edmund, King and Martyr.
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Lydgate, John. (A.S.G. Edwards commentary). In both the number The life of St Edmund quality of its illustrations and in the degree of integration, The Life of St Edmund, King and Martyr is unsurpassed.
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The goatskin bound volume is a facsimile of The Life of St. Edmund, King and Martyr, reproduced from the manuscript MS Harley in the British Library, elaborate binding designed by David Eccles.
This set is one of copies, for Folio Society cturer: The Folio Society. The Life of St. Edmund, King and Martyr - Limited Edition This is another of the superb facsimile limited editions produced by the Folio Society.
The original was produced by the monk John Lydgate for King Henry VI to commemorate his stay in. The Life of St Edmund, King and Martyr (facsimile) by A.S.G.
Edwards. The British Library. Hardcover. GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, will have the markings and stickers associated from the library.
St Edmund King & Martyr, Calgary, Alberta. 32 likes 14 were here. St Edmunds - The Little Church that Serves - is a Christ-centred, Spirit-filled, welcoming community that joyfully celebrates Followers: Two lives: John Lydgate, a monk at the Abbey at Bury St Edmunds, was commissioned by Abbot William Curteys to write a life of St Edmund.
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Once a parish church, it no longer is used for regular y: England. To cement the abbeys relationship with the king, abbot William Curteys conceived the idea of commemorating Henrys visit with a life of the Anglo-Saxon king, St Edmund, the patron saint of the man charged with the task of translating the life of St Edmund was John Lydgate, a monk at the abbey and the pre-eminent poet of the fifteenth.
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The Life of St Edmund, King & Martyr: John Lydgate's Illustrated Verse Life Presented to Henry VI: A Facsimile of British Library Ms Harley [with] The Life of St Edmund, King & Martyr, the lives of Saints Edmund and Fremund in Ms Harleyby John Lydgate: Introduction, transcript and commentary by AS.G.
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Martyred king of the East Angles. He was elected king in at the age of fourteen and began ruling Suffolk, England, the following year. In orthe Danes invaded Edmund's realm, and he was captured at Hone, in Suffolk. After extreme torture, Edmund was beheaded and died calling upon.
Abbo of Fleury's Life of St. Edmund, King of East Anglia beforehere comes from the Anglo-Saxon version as it appears in Sweet's Anglo-Saxon Primer, 9th edn.(Oxford Univ Press: Oxford, ), pp.
trans. Cutler. [Preface to the Anglo-Saxon version by Aelfric of Eynsham]. Get this from a library. The life of St Edmund, King and martyr: John Lydgate's illustrated verse life presented to Henry VI: a facsimile of British Library MS Harley [John Lydgate; A S G Edwards; Henry, King of England; British Library.] -- "On Christmas Evethe young King Henry VI arrived at the abbey Bury St.
Edmunds, one of the largest religious foundations in fifteenth. Ælfric's Life of St. Edmund Translated from the Old English by Karl E. H. Seigfried In the day of King Æthelred , a certain very learned monk came from the south over the sea from the place of Saint Benedict [the French monastery of Fleury] to Archbishop Dunstan [of Canterbury] three years before he died, and the monk was called Abbo.Saint Edmund's King and Martyr, Chicago, IL.
likes 3 talking about this were here. To bring Christ into the lives of all God’s people by aggressively spreading the Christian message to /5(11).Book Description: St Edmund, king and martyr, supposedly killed by Danes (or "Vikings") inwas one of the pre-eminent saints of the middle ages; his cult was favoured and patronised by several English kings and spawned a rich array of visual, literary, musical and political artefacts.