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Cartularies of Valpuesta
X – Real Academia de la Historia Madrid. Bishopric of Beja – Entre y – Multiple copies. Bishopric of Seville – Hacia el – Multiple copies.
Bishopric of Seville – Entre y – Multiple copies. The first one called “Gothic Bull Calf of Dd, written in Visigothic typesetting, dated middle of the 11th century.
The second one, in Caroline typsetting, around a hundred years later. In both of them terms in Romance have carhularios found included in copies of documents from the 9th century, and for that reason, as it seems possible, it would correspond to samples of written Spanish prior the the Emilianense 46 Codex. Cartularoos Biclara Monastery – Finales del S. He lived many years in Constantinople and founded on his return the monastery of Biclarum and became bishop of Gerona.
He wrote a chronicle about the Byzantine Empire and the Visigothic kingdom between andthat covers the major part of Liuvigild’s reign and the first years of Reccared’s. It is extremely interesting because it narrates the facts of the times he lived through. Chronicon Bishopric of Seville – Anterior al – Multiple copies Summary of previous works, like cartularrios chronicles of Julius Africanus, Eusebius of Caesarea and Victor of Tunnuna, that contains calpuesta world’s history since its beginnings until the yeardivided in six periods that correspond to the history of the Jews, that of each of the later empires and of the Barbarian kingdoms, that he associates with the six days of the creation.
Along the same line, he later wrote the history crtularios the Gothic Kings, Vandal and Suevi kings. Gregory the Great, contemporary of St. It also contains the Fuero Juzgo, that is the civil code used in Spain since valpueeta Goths until the 13th century. The existing copy in Santiago was developed a few years later under the auspices of the bishop Gelmirez and includes in its five books, besides the “Pilgrim’s Guide”, the transfer of the body of the apostle Santiago, a wide dd of information related to the cult of Santiago, like a missal for great solemnities, a set of homilies, an antiphonary, the account of some miracles and several stories related to Charlemagne.
As with the original of the monastery of Albelda, it contains a complete collection of the Spanish conciles and the canons o all general conciles, as well as the Fuero Juzgo and a valpuwsta history of the beginnings of the kingdom of Navarra.
It is formed by a huge dictionary encyclopaedia with over Although it containss very few miniatures, that use to be very simple and non coloured, it includes a complete set of capital letters beautifully decorated with stripes of solid colours, traceries, termination with floral motifs and schematic figures of animals, in a style that was usually cartulariios in other codex of St. Comentario del Apocalipsis Bishopric of Beja – Entre y – Multiple copies After his name, not at all usual in Spain of those valpuexta, Apringio seems to be of oriental origin.
Isidore, who intended to create an encyclopedic compendium of all science, arts and relations between man and God, and valpiesta social customs, based upon valpuesfa ethimology of words, later organized by St. Braulio in twenty books. It is rcognized as the most important work throughout all High Medieval and its copies spread out cartuarios through valpudsta Europe.
It is a book on Mozarabic liturgy that, although cartuparios the characteristics of the Emilianense manuscripts of the previous century, was created in the middle of the implementation of the Romanesque art in Spain, and when the Pope and the Cluniacense order were pressing carrularios replace the Mozarabic liturgy by the Roman one that the Gregorian reform was imposing in all of Europe.
Liber de viris ilustribus Bishopric of Seville – Entre y – Multiple copies Following an ancient tradition, St. Isidoro offers a compendium of 46 pages of eminent characters in Spain and in the north of Africa along the 5th and 6th centuries, mainly bishops and Christian authors, with special attention to those that wrote about heresies.
In his biographies of Spanish characters he offers a very interesting information about he society in his times and about the relationship between the Visigothic monarchy and val;uesta Catholic Church.
It is the last great compilation of laws of the Visigothic monarchy. It consisted initially of five hundred laws, of crtularios at least one hundred were written by said monarch, to which new laws were added later.
It is the first Visigothic code that affects the Visigoths as well as Roman-Hispanics and was used in the Christian kingdoms until it was replaced in by the Usatges of Barcelona valpuesat Catalonia and by the Code of the Seven Partidas by Alphonse the 10th in Castile. Universidad, Santiago Named before “Diurnal of Ferdinand the First”, it is considered as one of the jewels of the Pre Romanesque miniature.
Although the capital letters show a great Mozarabic influence, the rest of the images, with svelte figures of great spirituality, announce already a new art, though maintaining the spirit of the previous Spanish miniature. It preserves at present pages of x mm, written to a single column with between 22 and 34 lines per page. Commissioned by the abbot Pelayo, it is considered as one of the most interesting manuscripts of the 12th century.
It pays a great deal of importance to the images, something less often in that kind of codex. These are of great quality and present an avant garde style along the line of the Blessed and the Diurnal of Ferdinand the First, with a complete differentiation of the characters, in which the intention has been to reflect more the role they cartklarios than their royal figure. There is a controversy about the origin of this manuscript, that has been considered as Visigothic from the 7th century, as a commission from Galla Placidia to the Imperial desk of Rome and even puts forward its probable origin in the north of Africa.
It is the most ancient illuminated manuscript known in the west of Europe an it is considered as a precedent of the Blessed. Its miniatures have illuminated design with special attention to relief. They are already completely Romanesque but with many Hispanic reminiscences.
Cartularios de Valpuesta – Turismo Prerrománico
Its first phase includes 24 king portrayals and othe royal characters. Towards the equestrian figures of Ferdinand the Second and Alphonse the Ninth were added in a very different style.
It consists of a compendium of biographies of saints compiled in the Monastery of St.
Valerio del Bierzo, by several scribes and finished in during the cartklarios of Alphonse the Third, by Armentario for the abbot Transmundo who thought that the model of life that the monks should follow was the lives of the holy oriental fathers. It contains pages in parchment to two columns with multiple illustrations.