2 edition of English Austin friars, 1249-1538 found in the catalog.
English Austin friars, 1249-1538
Francis Xavier Roth
|Statement||by Francis Roth.|
|Series||Cassiciacum: studies in St. Augustine and the Augustinian Order -- v.6 and v.7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
fols. iii, iv-v v blank. On fol. iii v is a table of contents, little later than the main text, keyed to the foliation. It shows that the missing fol. contained ‘Liber Metodii de tempore Antechristi et de die iudicii’, which went as far as v or , on which began art. For England see Francis Roth, The English Austin Friars, – (2 vols; New York, –66). Frances Andrew has written a valuable book about the lesser known orders of friars: The Other Friars: The Carmelite, Augustinian, Sack and Pied Friars (Woodbridge, Suffolk, ).
The English Austin Friars , 1, (). The English Coronafion Service, 3rd impression (London,Author: Lynda Eileen Dennison. FRANCIS ROTH, The English Austin Friars , II voll, New York, Augustinian Historical Institute, (“Cassiciacum. Studies in St. Augustine and the Augustinian Order”, 6 – .
(). The Dominican Presence in Middle English Literature.’ (). The English Austin Friars in the Time of Wyclif. (). The English Austin Friars, , vol. II: Sources (). The English Church and the Papacy in the Middle Ages. ().Author: William Hopkins Campbell. ^ a b c ODNB entry: Retrieved 29 June Subscription required. ^ F. X. Roth: The English Austin friars, – (New York: Augustinian Historical Institute, ) I, Cited in ODNB entry. ^ C. A. Mills (ed.): Ye Solace of Pilgrimes. A Description of Rome, circa AD , by John Capgrave, an Austin Friar of King's Lynn (London etc.: Oxford University Press, ).
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roth, Francis Xavier, English Austin friars, New York, Augustinian Historical Institute, [v.1, ].
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one must be grateful for an interesting and thought-provoking book. MORTON W. BLOOMFIELD Harvard University FRANCIS ROTH, O.S.A., The English Austin Friars,i: History.
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VI (American Series). New York: Augustinian Historical Institute, Wenzel, Siegfried. “John Waldeby (WA)” pages in Latin sermon collections from. Francis Roth O.S.A. in his book, The English Austin Friars (New York), in suggested the likelihood of another Augustinian group arriving in England in This at least may have been the intention of their Prior General, Lanfranc of Milan, but there is no evidence that they actually arrived.
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Roth, Francis, O.S.A. “John Waldeby” pages in The English Austin Friars I. History. Cassiciacum: Studies in St. Augustine and the Augustinian Order, vol. VI (American Series). New York: Augustinian Historical Institute, Wenzel, Siegfried.
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