Egeria was a young woman who decided to make the trip of a According to this text, her pilgrimage took place around the s AD, and the. About Egeria. Egeria, one of the earliest documented Christian pilgrims, visited the most important destinations of pilgrimage in the eastern Mediterranean. EGERIA – Mediterranean Medieval Places of Pilgrimage.
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Gamurrini published the Latin text and theorised the author was Saint Sylvia of Aquitaine. Return to Book Page.
Matthew McCreight rated it it was amazing Apr 02, A farmer in Burkina Faso looked to his ancestors and came up with an innovative solution. Philologists have studied Egeria’s letter, which contains a wealth of information about pulgrimage evolution of Latin in late antiquity into the ” Proto-Romance ” language, from which the medieval and modern family of Romance languages later emerged. John ‘s at Ephesus. Other books in the series.
This is primary literature of extreme importance in the study of the development of the Catholic liturgy, since pilgrim Egeria a wealthy lady making the grand tour writes in detail all of the pilgriimage carried out in the Holy Land. No trivia or quizzes yet.
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Her words recount her travels to the Holy Land. Do not Underestimate the Etruscans: When she gets to Jerusalem she starts describing liturgies. The secret life of an ancient concubine. Where did it come from? This is a fascinating read–of a diary of a women, Egeria, probably written in the fifth century. Egeria set down her observations in a letter now called Itinerarium Egeriae “Travels of Egeria”.
Retrieved August 20, I’m glad I read it. This gets a little repetitious — at every place she visits the proper passage from the Scripture is read, and a Psalm fitting to the place, and she never fails to note this. At times it was a bit tedious – just like reading someone else’s diary.
Every once in a while comes in a fascinating detail which you don’t read in the secondary literature, such as that in Lent they eat “no olive oil, nothing which comes from trees, but only water and a little flour soup.
She sees all the sites, always convincing the local clergy to take her to the out-of-the-way places “he graciously agreed to guide us to the well from which the holy woman Rebecca had drawn water”.
M rated it really liked it May 13, Bob rated it liked it Nov 01, Much of the information about her has been lost, but there is still a part of the text written by her hand which pklgrimage one to have some insight into her thoughts. McGowan and Bradshaw should be commended for clarifying the thorny issues of dating, authorship, and manuscript tradition of the work now called the Itinerarium Egeriae.
The book has lengthy apparati which I didn’t read, a page introduction and pages of endnotes, not to mention Bibliography and Index. Meister argues that her language shows no evidence of Spanish dialect, but rather, suggests that she may have been from one of the well known religious houses of 6th century Gaul ; under this theory, her pilgrimage would have taken place in the first half of the reign of Justinian r.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Published December 1st by Newman Press first published Pilgrimag Thus, Christianizing Galicia was a very slow process. Retrieved from ” https: Julia Dot rated it really liked it Jul 26, This gets a little repetitious — at every place she visit This is primary literature of extreme importance in egeeia study of the development of the Catholic liturgy, since pilgrim Egeria a wealthy lady making the grand tour writes in detail all of the celebrations carried out in the Holy Land.
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Egeria provides a first-hand account of practices and implementation of liturgical seasons as they existed at the time of her visit. Fantastic glimse rgeria old world Christianity!
Thomas H McAlpine rated it really liked it May 21, Egeria’s Description of the Liturgical Year in Jerusalem: Lines and paragraphs break automatically.