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(p. 633) Index of Selected Topics and Places

(p. 633) Index of Selected Topics and Places

abbreviation/abbreviating37, 156, 194, 198, 287–88, 292, 297–98, 351, 615
Adam66, 69, 75, 128, 137, 140–41
Adam and Eve, vernacular lives of296–8, 360–61, 396, 409, 467
Adamic language296–8, 360–62, 369, 371, 396, 409, 467
aetas Horatiana248, 537
aetas Ovidiana248, 335, 347–53, 437, 537, 546
aetas Virgiliana248, 537
Africa30, 66, 73, 92, 196–99, 203, 218, 241, 352
al-Andalus74, 80, 92–93, 100; see also Spain
anima mundi181, 340, 345, 348
Anglo-Saxons51–53, 130
anthologies/anthologizing32, 87, 194, 255, 261, 420, 462, 580, 599
antiphon296, 377–82, 394–95, 493
anti-Semitism481
Arabicxii, xiv, xvi, 36, 64, 69, 70–80, 87–88, 90, 92–94, 98–99, 133, 174, 206–7, 211, 274, 596
– as language of revelation67, 74–76, 78
– culture76, 93
– -Latin translation72–74, 77, 79, 90–91, 93–94, 98–102, 133
– literature88, 93
–, translation into71, 73–74, 87, 92, 102
ars dictaminis218, 240, 554, 556–57, 564, 586, 570
artes liberalesvi, xv, 90, 101, 108, 171, 185, 197, 207, 232, 307–11, 313, 315, 317–18, 320–22, 324, 329, 337–38, 347, 405, 408, 411, 418, 426, 513, 536, 589, see also trivium, quadrivium
artes mechanicae317–18, 320
artes poeticae253, 259, 344, 420
attribution115, 174, 311, 314, 370, 382, 578, 580, 586–88, 615
autobiographyxvi, 44, 411, 485, 501, 522
Beneventan script(s)201, 208
Bobbio203–4
Bologna207, 352, 499, 556–57, 568–69
biblical poetry, vernacular138, 220, 257, 290–91, 295, 335, 357, 368, 373, 519, 527, 555, 558, 569
Byzantium; see Constantinople
canon law26, 29, 65, 108, 112–13, 233, 363, 455–56, 462, 557, 576
Canterbury6, 12, 14, 52–53, 107, 114, 163, 200, 266, 269, 281, 293, 424, 433, 603–4
Carolingian minuscule201
cento249, 251, 434, 510, 519, 524, 580
Chartres156, 178, 183, 187, 207, 259, 319–20, 334, 338, 379, 385–86, 404, 538
Chartres, cathedral school of156, 183, 259, 338–39, 404, 538
communes, civic555–56
Constantinople95–96, 197, 199, 203, 206, 603
compilator47, 164, 192–193, 305, 597–98
cross-referencing18, 159
(p. 634) Devotio Moderna492
diglossia51, 70, 76
divisions of knowledge175, 308, 311–14, 318–21, 312–13, 320
drama, liturgical26, 32, 65, 130, 222, 243–44, 376, 379, 393–97, 555
Einsiedeln222
Epicureanism205
epistolography, Latin554
epitome/epitomizing78, 194, 207, 218, 357, 522, 524–26, 528, 559
etymology56–57, 233, 317, 338
fictionality432, 512, 542, 545–48
frontispiece579–80
Fourth Lateran Council456, 458, 492
Genius36, 184, 339, 345–47, 350, 561
Goliards/goliardic poetry28, 33–34, 250, 258–59, 266, 276, 396
Greekxii, xvi, 16, 27, 29–30, 36, 39, 49, 52–53, 56, 64–65, 67, 69–70, 72, 76, 80, 86–92, 95–98, 100–2, 128–31, 133, 138, 140, 171, 184, 193, 195–96, 198, 200, 204–7, 211, 220, 229, 233, 242, 296–97, 308, 316–17, 337–38, 412, 448, 452, 485, 514, 518, 520, 524, 553–54, 584, 594, 596, 603, 609–10
– -Arabic translation73, 87–88, 90, 102
– as sacred languagexiv, 64–65, 67, 75–76, 128
– Bible63–64, 86–87, 128; see also Septuagint
– -Latin translation36, 77, 87–91, 95–98, 100–1, 128, 133, 138, 195–96, 248, 448, 556
– literaturexii, 38, 196, 603–4, 608
–, translation into86–87, 206
Gregorius-legends296–99
Hadith87–88
Hebrew language/learningxii, xvi, 29, 36, 63, 65–72, 74–75, 77–78, 80, 87–89, 127–29, 133, 137, 206, 296–97
– as language of revelation or holy languagexiv, 64–69, 74–77, 128
– Bible64, 87–89, 99, 102, 196, 351, 518–19
– -Latin translation29, 77, 88–89, 133
– literaturexii, 40
historiography6, 30, 108, 110, 225, 416, 528, 535–36, 568, 584–85
holy languagesxiv, 64–68, 73–76, 79, 94–95, 128, 134, 202
humanism, Italianvii, vxi, 79, 140–41, 281, 536, 538–39, 553, 555–57, 564, 568, 570
humanism, medieval140–41, 255, 349–50, 545, 553–55, 557, 568, 570
incunabula297, 575–77, 580
indexing: see cross-referencing
Index of Prohibited Books577–78
informationxii, 50, 54, 109, 117, 151, 155, 157, 181, 192–93, 195, 203, 221, 261, 269, 357, 379, 579–80, 584, 589, 590
ingenium338, 340, 352, 496
integumentum183, 259, 338, 340, 349–50
involucrum340, 404
Ireland52–53, 67, 129–31, 200, 203, 296, 456
Judeo-Latin68
Koran: see Qu’ran
language acquisition10, 47, 48, 51–52, 95, 100, 124, 135, 321, 404, 489, 584
Latinitas12, 72, 79, 124, 127, 129, 424
lectio: see reading, monastic
leonine hexameters258, 275, 280, 289, 292, 394
liberal arts: see artes liberales
linguistic binarism (see diglossia)128
literary historyxiv, 4–6, 11, 25–28, 30, 33–41, 131, 202, 281, 487, 511, 525, 604; see also reception/reception history
literature, Provençal131, 295, 557–59, 562
Lobbes205
Lorsch201, 204
macaronics293–96
marginalia92, 177, 180,
(p. 635) mass, liturgy of34, 113, 138, 174, 193, 228, 280, 296, 376, 385–92, 395, 475–76, 509, 511, 518, 541, 586, 600, 603, 608
mathematics311–13, 320
Mischsprache286
mnemonics157, 164
monasteries/monasticism11, 117, 131–32, 134, 201, 204, 224, 287, 406, 416, 433–34, 436–38, 448, 453, 455, 457–58, 466–70, 472–73, 475, 477–78, 481–82, 491, 495, 555
monastic schools53, 73, 154–55, 158, 162, 164, 418–19, 424, 429, 434, 441, 557
monastic scriptoria200–2, 204, 257, 286, 324, 424, 426, 429, 436, 438, 441; see also scriptorium
Montecassino204, 208–210
Naples53, 60, 206
Natura, as personification6, 76, 125, 137, 312, 316, 336, 345–47, 350, 360–61, 448, 450, 455, 457, 459–61, 469, 512, 575
Neoplatonism/Neoplatonists87, 90, 95, 101, 206, 208, 309–13, 316, 318, 321, 335–37, 340, 349, 426, 517
office377
ordinatio159, 164
Orléans163, 179, 200, 204, 207–208, 258–59, 337, 349, 393
paganism106, 108, 526, 541
parody28, 244, 250, 270, 280, 296, 370–73, 432, 542–43, 548
Pavia200, 207, 241
periodizationxvi, 235, 248, 511, 535–41, 553–56, 566–70, 575
philology/philological methodxi, 3–4, 6, 8, 94, 98–99, 179–81, 203, 211, 519, 538, 553, 559, 567, 570, 578, 582–90, 593–94, 604, 606
phrasebooks285–86
prosimetrum219–20, 345, 455, 513
Provençal poetry/literature295, 557–59, 562
quadrivium100, 307, 310, 312–13, 317, 320–21, 324, 328
Qur’an71, 74–76, 87–88, 93–95, 99, 102
Latin translations of the Qur’an71, 75, 78, 94–96, 98–99, 102
Ravenna199, 207, 568
reading, clerical64, 97, 126, 151, 155, 158, 161–62, 265, 280, 288–89, 396, 448, 455
reading, monastic154, 158, 162, 164, 241, 289, 419, 448, 457
reading, silent152, 154–155, 164, 516
reception of literature/reception history6–7, 11, 33–36, 153, 178, 206, 210–11, 248, 308, 310, 315, 370, 428, 501, 511, 537, 541–42, 549
Renaissance, Carolingian314, 535–36, 538–39, 549
Renaissance, Twelfth-Century100, 338, 535–38, 545, 549
Roman law112–13, 554, 556–57
romance vernacularsxvi, 26, 48, 50–52, 70–72, 74–76, 79, 109, 130–132, 138, 285, 295, 594, 604
Salerno207, 209
Sardinia207
scribe/scriptor/copyist56, 120, 158–61, 163, 173, 192–93, 201–2, 258, 269, 308, 497, 578, 581, 583
Septuagint63, 196
Scholasticism73, 68, 111, 115, 133–34, 140, 419
sermons, vernacular140, 286–88
sequence6, 13, 240, 244, 256, 275, 376, 381, 387–92, 394, 397, 555
Sicily69, 92, 133, 206, 211
solitary life470–72
St. Gall (monastery)205, 291–92, 407–8, 410, 578
St. Victor (abbey)156–58, 164, 208, 367, 373, 390
stylevi, xv, 11, 13–14, 18, 26, 29, 32–33, 36
–, classical and biblical227, 229–31, 234–35, 249–51, 253, 255–57, 260, 281, 288, 290, 337, 345, 352, 376–77, 382, 387, 391, 410, 413, 424, 448, 465, 490–91, 499, 510, 514, 517–19, 523, 525, 527, 539, 543, 545, 555, 557, 559, 563–68, 570, 595, 604, 607
–, “hermeneutic”220, 235, 556, 564
–, lowly (sermo humilis)48, 57–58, 75, 93–94, 109–10, 119, 124, 155, 181, 201, 215, 217–20, 222, 226
technical (e.g., legal, grammatical) terminology49, 56, 70, 72, 88, 112, 115, 171, 174, 252, 285, 313, 410, 537, 554, 556–57, 576, 608
Tegernsee250, 262, 348–49
Toledo74, 92–93, 99–100, 133, 207
trivium258, 307, 310, 317, 320–21, 324
tropexv, 13, 79, 230, 254, 296, 376, 385–88, 404, 496
Turin99, 208
vernacular (language and literature)vii, 4, 9, 15, 17, 64, 97, 107, 116, 127, 131, 134, 138–39, 141, 211, 250, 256, 265, 291, 295, 298–99, 335, 344, 351, 396, 478, 480, 497, 501, 548, 558–59, 562, 569, 585
Verona203, 205, 211, 222, 224, 563, 567, 570
Vetus Latina448
visions and visionary literaturexii, 89, 97, 117–18, 120, 153, 162, 181, 229–31, 249, 260, 337, 340, 392, 415, 417, 461, 466, 469–70, 475–78, 481–82, 486, 497
voice, poetic226, 295, 546–548, 558–60
Vulgate16, 36, 86, 88–91, 109, 129–30, 284, 286, 290, 296, 448, 453
vulgate editions97, 580, 583–85, 588–90
women's education30–31, 38, 117, 119–20, 161–62, 231, 268, 428, 465, 471–72, 475, 477–78, 480, 594, 608
women's reception of Classical literature428, 465, 537, 541–49
York120, 200