2 edition of medieval Irish version of Dares Phrygius" De excidio Troiae historia found in the catalog.
medieval Irish version of Dares Phrygius" De excidio Troiae historia
Leslie Diane Myrick
Written in English
|Other titles||Togail Troí. English., Book of Leinster., Daretis Phrygii de excidio Troiae historia.|
|Statement||by Leslie D. Myrick.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 342 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||342|
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The De excidio Troiae historia attributed to Dares Phrygius was one of the best-known texts in the European Middle Ages and has been transmitted in many variant versions. The popularity of the text is also reflected in the large number of extant vernacular adaptations. On the basis of a comparison of some textual examples in the Welsh, Norse and Irish adaptations of the text on the one hand. Dares Phrygius. are closely related, and are indicative of a complex Insular transmission of Latin texts of the De excidio Troiae historia. [ Details] [ PDF Format] Davies, Sir John (–) Morgan (Hiram Examines descriptions of the banqueting hall at Tara in medieval Irish sources.
This article traces the medieval reception and transmission of pseudo-Dares Phrygius's De excidio troiae historia, a late antique forgery long regarded as an eyewitness account of the Trojan War. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
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Get this from a library. From the De excidio Troiae historia to the Togail Troí: literary-cultural synthesis in a Medieval Irish adaptation of Dares' Troy tale.
[Leslie Diane Myrick]. The revisionists would indicate passages apparently influenced by the Iliad in Táin Bó Cuailnge, and the existence of Togail Troí, an Irish adaptation of Dares Phrygius' De excidio Troiae historia, found in the Book of Leinster, and note that the material culture of the stories is generally closer to the time of the stories' composition than.
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Manuscripts. Shorter version From the De excidio Troiae historia to the Togail Troí: literary-cultural synthesis in a medieval Irish adaptation of Dares’ Troy tale. Other articles where Daretis Phrygii de Excidio Trojae historia is discussed: Dares Phrygius: The Daretis Phrygii de Excidio Trojae historia, a Latin work purporting to be a translation of this, dates probably from the 5th century ad.
(The Greek original may be dated to the 3rd century ad.) The influence of this pro-Trojan work in the Latin-speaking West from. The Middle Welsh Ystorya Dared is a vernacular version, in prose, of the destruction of Troy. It gets its name from Dares Phrygius, the putative writer of the sixth-century Latin ‘eye-witness’ version, De Excidio Troiae n in the early fourteenth century, Ystorya Dared pre-dates any of the four Middle English versions and appears to be based directly on the Latin text of Cited by: Then, by the end of the 10th century, the Irish had produced a version of the De excidio Troiae historia attributed to the sixth-century Dares Phrygius (one lost but detectable in a later recension) and a book of lore about Alexander the Great, filtered through Orosius (Scéla Alaxandair).
transmission of Latin texts of the De excidio Troiae historia. The popularity of the De excidio Troiae historia, attributed to Dares Phrygius in the medieval textual cultures of Ireland and Wales, is re-flected in the number of extant vernacular texts: the Irish Togail Trol (TTr) is known from three prose recensions and one verse recension, and.
Dictys, Cretensis, De bello troiano and Dares Phrygius, De excidio Troiae historia Messina: Guilelmus Schonberger, 7 May ; 20 May The fictitious eyewitness accounts of the Trojan War purportedly by Dictys Cretensis and Dares Phrygius enjoyed great popularity throughout the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and were key sources for.
Series on Celtic mythology Celtic polytheism Celtic deities (list) Gaelic mythology Iri. Togail Troi is taken from the medieval prose version, Historia de Excidio Troiae of Dares Phrygius.
The oldest Irish copy is found in LL. This version is exceedingly valuable, as it enables us to determine the meaning of words and formulas in the sagas which are otherwise obscure.
An Irish abstract of the Odyssey, following an unknown source. Meyer Robert T. The Middle-Irish version of the Story of Troy. In: Etudes Celtiques, vol. 17, pp. DOI: www Author: Robert T. Meyer. The English text (and the notes) is a reprint of a part of Williams, Hugh ed.
and trans.: Gildas, The Ruin of Britain &c. (), Cymmrodorion Record Series, No. Transcribed by Roger Pearse. The Latin text is based on Mommsen, Theodor ed. (): Gildas, De excidio Britanniae, in: Chronica Minora Saec. iv, v, vi, vii vol. 3, pp.Monumenta Germaniae Historica, Scriptores, (Berlin repr.
De Excidio Troiae Historia itself. 16 It is an extraordinary thought that one of the surviving French narratives of Troy was composed by a Norman-Irish Dominican, Jofroi de Waterford, in the same period as TTr was assuming its final form,17 yet without a hint of interaction with the Irish tradition.
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De Excidio Troiae Historia, ix-x. Harley MS, ll. Willis, Jr. (Elliott Monographs, no. 32, Princeton and Paris, ). [[ Print Edition Page No.
xl ]] Parallels for part of the story have been pointed out in Dares and the pseudo-Pindarus Thebanus. elen Fulton – Troy Story: The Medieval Welsh Ystorya Dared and the Brut Tradition of British History.
he Middle Welsh Ystorya Dared is a vernacular version, in prose, of the destruction of Troy. It gets its name from Dares Phrygius, the putative writer of the sixth-century Latin ‘eye-witness’ version, De Excidio Troiae. Cambridge Core - Anglo Saxon and Medieval Literature - The Linguistic Past in Twelfth-Century Britain - by Sara HarrisAuthor: Sara Harris.
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