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The Glossa ordinaria at the bible stands as one of many major achievements of the interval in western highbrow heritage referred to as the Renaissance of the 12th century. inspite of the nice variety of nonetheless extant manuscripts little or no is understood in regards to the conditions round its composition. This scenario is in part defined by way of the shortcoming of recent serious variation of the Glossa Ordinaria. the current paintings is the 1st severe variation of the Glossa ordinaria at the publication of Lamentations, and involves the forewords, or prothemata, and the 1st e-book (of 5) of this article, which used to be compiled early within the 12th century via the theologian and Ciceronian rhetorician Gilbert the common schoolmaster at Auxerre and in this case Bishop of London.
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103 The establishment of the Gloss as the ordinaria, and the ousting of the earlier apparatus from favour, came with Gilbert of Poitiers and Peter the Lombard, both of whom used it in their teaching and as a basis for their own work. Gilbert expanded Anselm’s Gloss on the Epistles of St Paul and the Psalms, which work he humbly read before Master Anselm, ‘causa emendationis’, and which was to become known as the media glosatura. 104 In his slightly later Liber quatuor sententiarum, which eventually became the standard manual of theology and remained such for centuries, Peter made use both of his own magna glosatura and of the Glossa ordinaria,105 which was of course of great importance in the ‘canonising’ of the latter as a standard text-book of exegesis.
214. Lucan, Pharsalia, I, 269. 18 See POOLE (1915), pp. 144–45. 13 39 I N T RO D U C T I O N a matter of fact, this was a royal victory, as the English King, Henry I (‘Beauclerc’), supported William of Corbeil against York. Thus, at the Curia, in exchanging his loyalties from York to Canterbury, Gilbert rendered the King a service. 21 In the Auxerre obituary, in the entry for 12 August, he is described as venerabilis memorie magister Gislebertus, veteris et novi Testamenti glosator eximius, qui universalis merito est appellatus, hujus ecclesie canonicus.
Xl. 117 GIBSON (1992b), p. vii; ‘Sed quoniam sacras litteras in novem codicibus … collegimus’: Institutiones, 1, 11, 3, ed. MYNORS (1937), p. 36. 118 DE HAMEL (1984), p. 10. However, complete sets of the Gloss may have consisted of fewer volumes, for instance one from St Victor, Paris, BnF, lat. 14398–14410 (saec. xiiex). , p. 12. , pp. 5–13. 3 below. 116 30 2. 2 The format of the Gloss on Lamentations The descriptions of the gloss format made by de Hamel, Stirnemann and Lobrichon121 are largely but not entirely in accord with the analysis of the manuscript tradition of the Gloss on Lamentations undertaken for the present edition (and performed in chapter 5 below).
Gilbertus Universalis GLOSSA ORDINARIA IN LAMENTATIONES IEREMIE PROPHETE - Prothemata et Liber I - A Critical Edition with an Introduction and a Translation by Alexander Andree