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The Gest hystoriale of the destruction of Troy

The Gest hystoriale of the destruction of Troy

an alliterative romance tr. from Guido de Colonna"s "Hystoria troiana"

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Published by Pub. for the Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner & Co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Troy (Extinct city) -- Romances

  • Edition Notes

    Statementnow first ed. from the unique ms. in the Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow, with introduction, notes, and a ossary, by ... Geo. A. Panton, and David Donaldson, esq.
    SeriesEarly English Text Society. [Original series -- no. 39, 56], Early English Text Society (Series) -- no. 39., Early English Text Society (Series) -- no. 56., Library of English literature -- LEL 20009.
    ContributionsHuchown, of the Awle ryale, 14th cent., Benoît, de Sainte-More, 12th cent., Panton, George A., Donaldson, David.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 v. (lxx, 586 p.)
    Number of Pages586
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13562888M
    OCLC/WorldCa18471595

    Author of The Gest Hystoriale of the Destruction of Troy, Volumes I and II, The Gest Hystoriale of the Destruction of Troy, and Canzoni/5. Selections include excerpts from such tales as "Sir Gawayne and the Grene Knight" and the"Gest Hystoriale of the destruction of Troy," the immortal "Piers Plowman," John Wycliffe's translation of the Bible, political commentaries, and poetry.

    porknell. A little pig. A fat person. c. s, unknown poet (possibly Sir Hugh Eglintoun), The 'Gest hystoriale' of the destruction of Troy, Early English Text Society (, ), page Polidarius, the porknell, and his pere Machaon, / Suet with the xvij, sad men & noble. Usage notes. The "Gest Hystoriale" of the Destruction of Troy Guido delle Colonne — Romances, Latin (Medieval and modern) An Alliterative Romance Translated from Guido de Colonna's "Hystoria Troiana.".

    The “Gest hystoriale” of the Destruction of Troy: An Alliterative Romance Translated from Guido de Colonna’s “Hystoria Troiana” Edited from the Unique Manuscript in the Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow. Ed. George A. Panton and David Donaldson. EETS o.s. 39, London: N. Trübner, Gospel of Nicodemus. A Middle English Reader and Vocabulary book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Scholarly and highly informative, this anthology re 4/5(40).


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The Motifs and Characters in the «Gest Hystoriale of the Destruction of Troy» and in the «Laud Troy Book» (Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature) by Wilflingseder, Walter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Historia destructionis Troiae ("History of the destruction of Troy"), also called Historia Troiana, is a Latin prose narrative written by Guido delle Colonne, a Sicilian author, in the early 13th century.

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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. Get this from a library. The motifs and characters in the Gest hystoriale of the destruction of Troy and in the Laud Troy book.

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Geo. Panton and David Donaldson, London, Trübner. The Laud Troy Book and the alliterative Destruction of Troy are near contemporaries.

All three poems follow the arc of Guido's narrative as it moves from the remote origins of the war in Jason's quest for the Golden Fleece to the heroic battles and downfall of Priam's Troy and finally to the catastrophes awaiting the Greek victors on their.

Introduction. In the Middle Ages, the Fall of Troy functioned as the secular parallel to the Fall of Man. Just as sacred history begins with the Creation, the Fall, and then Adam and Eve being forced to leave Eden, secular history begins with the construction of Troy and the dispersal of Trojan survivors after the city is destroyed by the Greeks.

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Free shipping for many products. Historia destructionis Troiae ("History of the destruction of Troy") or Historia Troiana is a Latin prose narrative written by Guido delle Colonne, a Sicilian author, in the early 13th century. Its main source was the Old French verse romance by Benoît de Sainte-Maure, Roman de author claims that the bulk of the work was written in 71 days, from September 15 to November 25 of an.

The "Gest hystoriale" of the destruction of Troy: an alliterative romance tr. from Guido de Colonna's "Hystoria troiana." Now first ed. from the unique ms. in the Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow, with introduction, notes, and a glossary, by. The "Gest hystoriale" of the destruction of Troy: an alliterative romance translated from Guido de Colonna's "Hystoria Troiana." / (New York: Greenwood Press, []), by Guido delle Colonne, David Donaldson, George Panton, de Sainte-More Benoît, and of the Awle ryale Huchown (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).English, Latin, Book edition: The "Gest hystoriale" of the destruction of Troy: an alliterative romance translated from Guido de Colonna's "Hystoria Troiana." / Now first edited from the unique MS.

in the Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow, with introd., notes, and a glossary, by Geo. Panton and David Donaldson. The Gest Hystoriale of the Destruction of Troy, done in long-line alliterative verse, dates from the end of the fourteenth century and is a fairly close translation of Guido Chaucer's treatment of the Troilus episode was also composed at the end of the fourteenth century The Laud Troy Book, composed around or slightly before.

The "Gest Hystoriale" of the Destruction of Troy: An Alliterative Romance Translated From Guido de Colonna's "Hystoria Troiana" (London: Pub. for the Early English Text Society, by N.

Trübner and Co., & ), by Guido delle Colonne, ed. by George Panton and David Donaldson, contrib. by de Sainte-More Benoît and active 14th century.

VII. The Gest Hystoriale of the Destruction of Troy, VIII. Piers Plowman, IX. Mandeville's Travels, X. John Barbour's Bruce, XI. John Wiclif, XII. John Gower, XIII. John of Trevisa's Translation of Higden's Polychronicon, XIV.

Political Pieces, XV. Miscellaneous Pieces in Verse, XVI. The York Play 'Harrowing of Hell', XVII. The Towneley Play of Brand: Dover Publications. GUIDO DE COLUMNIS' HISTORIA DESTRUCTIONIS TROIAE, THE 'GEST HYSTORIAL' OF THE DESTRUCTION OF TROY, AND LYDGATE'S TROY BOOK: TRANSLATION AND THE DESIGN OF HISTORY The Gest Hystorial ofthe Destruction ofTroy1 and Lydgate's Troy Book2 are both self-declared translations of Guido de Columnis' Historia Destructionis Troiae*, a late 13th Century Latin prose work.

This task was made much easier by me having e-book access to Walter Wilflingseder’s study of The Motifs and Characters in the ‘Gest Hystoriale of the Destruction of Troy’ and in the’ Laud Troy Book’.

Wilflingseder quotes the relevant passages in his brief discussion of these texts’ use of seasonal descriptions.Selections include excerpts from such tales as Sir Gawayne and the Grene Knight and the Gest Hystoriale of the destruction of Troy, the immortal Piers Plowman, John Wycliffe's translation of the Bible, political commentaries, and poetry.

In addition to notes on each selection and an informative appendix, this volume features an extensive.