Extra Series - Early English Text Society Volume 86

Extra Series - Early English Text Society Volume 86

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ...accipiunt et urceolum vacuum ad infundendmn vinum in calicem, quo consecrandus est sanguis Christi." See also Petr. Lombard. (Migne, 192, 902): "Ipse (sci1. acolytus) cereum portat, ipse urceolum cum vino et aqua suggesta pro Eucharistia subdiaconis praeparat." The spelling synge is peculiar. It ought probably to be syngne. What the ng seems to indicate may either be fronted n, or nasalized /, according to the common pronunciation of such Latin words as dignus, magtvus, signum, etc. Cp. the spellings ingnel, 'Ayenb.' 141; l/ingne, ib. 160; dingnete, ib. 215, 227, 233; dyngnelyche, ib. 266, 267; or mangnUs, dingnus, etc., in the Latin orthography of the period. At any rate, the ryme syngne: brynge is only imperfect. 48/1354. "Ego sum lux mundi; qui sequitur me non ambulat in tenebris, sed habebit lumen vitae" (St. John viii. 12). 49/1359 ff. Petr-Lombard. (Migne, 192, 902): "Huius officii formam illi gerebant in veteri Testamento, qui lucernas candelabri componebant et accendebant igne coelesti, ad illuminandas tenebras aquilonares." 49/1365. See Exod. xxv. 31-39; xxxvii. 17-24. 49/1367-9. Zupitza's emendation enioyne: aloyne. is convincing; cf. Hugo de St. Victore (Migne, 17G, 426): "Isti (sci1. subdiaconi) subserviunt levitis, et vasa corporis et sanguinis Christi ipsis ad altare deferunt (berep), et iterum referunt (aloynef)." Ibid. 177, 425: "Quinto loco ordinantur subdiaconi, qui ministerio altaris approximant... Unde lex continentiae imponitur illis." 49/1370-1. uxlde al bare: the subdeacons touch the holy vessels (chalice and paten) with bare hands, which the acolytes are not permitled to do. Cp. Hugo de St. Victore (Migne, 177, 425): "Hoc autem de lege veteri sumptum...show more

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  • Paperback | 76 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 154g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236757947
  • 9781236757944