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by Felix Grendon

  • ISBN: 0849210062
  • Author: Felix Grendon
  • ePub ver: 1381 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1381 kb
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: R. West (1977)
  • Formats: lrf lit azw mobi
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The Anglo-Saxon Charms book.

A collection of Anglo-Saxon charms collected and translated by Felix Grendon. With four exceptions, this book included all extant Old English conjurations, although these were not all arranged consecutively. Indeed, the two sections of charms comprised but a fraction of the whole body of spells, the majority of which were scattered through the several books of recipes. Cockayne did not attempt any interpretative treatment of the incantations, but confined himself to a discussion of the Greek and Latin sources from which many Anglo-Saxon charms were borrowed.

The Anglo-Saxon Charms. By (author) Grendon Felix 1882-. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Anglo -saxon- charms. Speculum in by felix grendon. The anglo-saxon charms. This Anglo-Saxon "Herbarium" is really a free translation with interpolations from Germanic folk-lore of a book of medical recipes ascribed to Lucius Apuleius (born about A. D. 125). Some exorcismal and herbal charms appear in the foregoing manu- scripts, but a majority of the A and B spells are scattered through sixteen manuscripts variously preserved in the British Museum, in the Cam- bridge Corpus Christi Library, and in the Bodleian and Hatton Libra- ries at Oxford.

oceedings{GrendonTheAC, title {The Anglo-Saxon Charms}, author {Felix Grendon} . Saints, mothers and personifications: representations of womanhood in Late Anglo-Saxon illustrated manuscripts. Stephenie Eloise McGucken.

oceedings{GrendonTheAC, title {The Anglo-Saxon Charms}, author {Felix Grendon} }. Felix Grendon. Physicians, patients and treatments in early medieval German (especially Bavarian) legislation. Ex Ecclesia: Salvific Power Beyond Sacred Space in Anglo-Saxon Charms.

Anglo-Saxon metrical charms were sets of instructions generally written to magically resolve a situation or disease. Usually, these charms involve some sort of physical action, including making a medical potion, repeating a certain set of words, or writing a specific set of words on an object. These Anglo-Saxon charms tell a great deal about medieval medical theory and practice.

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