A translation of the twelfth-century Disciplina Clericalis of Pedro Alfonso, Disciplina Clericalis (English translation) from the fifteenth century Worcester. The scholar’s guide. A translation of the twelfth-century Disciplina Clericalis of Pedro Alfonso, by Joseph Ramon Jones and John Esten Keller. – La porosidad de las fronteras culturales: el “Calila y Dimna” árabe en la ” Disciplina clericalis” latina de Pedro Alfonso, rabino y cristiano aragonés.
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The untranslatable Disciplina clericalis: The Disciplina clericalis of Petrus Alfonsi was an unusual text in its own time and place. Petrus compiled and translated it from Arabic courtly sources from al-Andalus and seems to have clericalix it in or translated it into Latin shortly Petrus compiled and translated it from Arabic courtly sources from al-Andalus and seems to have composed it in or translated it into Latin shortly after his conversion from Allfonso to Christianity in the early twelfth century and his subsequent migration to Norman England.
In this essay, I consider Disciplina clericalis in three acts of translation: The priest who was considered to alfonsi reformed corrected could be released back into pastoral service.
These instructions represented very well thought-out regulations.
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Based on these, we can also picture the functioning of this institution, and outline the fates of the incarcerated priests depending upon the preserved archival sources. In fourteenth-century Catalunya, Catalan priests formed domestic unions with women that were marriage all but in name.
The fact that so many clergymen were promoted through the diciplina orders to become parish priests and still managed to form de facto marriages and support their children indicates that although the standards of the medieval Church had changed since the Gregorian period, the customs of parish clericxlis had not.
Countless clergymen defied orders to expel their women and set aside their families, regardless of the threats of excommunication and repeated episcopal fines that were inconsistently applied to the clerical population. Judging from the number of priests who persisted in these de alfoonso marriages, the financial burden was ultimately tolerable not only because clergymen were emotionally attached to their families, but also since the role of a paterfamilias, who ruled a household with a wife and children, was central to their masculinity.
It was not merely proof of sexual activity or evidence of offspring that conferred masculine status in the parishes of late medieval Catalunya. Priests established marital households because medieval society defined adult male masculinity as one in which a man advanced to take on the role of husband and father.
Alfonnso Sirith in Context.
Dame Sirith is often discussed as the earliest Middle English comic narrative. I argue that this designation is misleading: Dame Sirith is better considered as a distinct representative of a well-developed multi-lingual tale tradition Dame Slfonso is better considered as a distinct representative of a well-developed multi-lingual tale tradition.
When considered in the context of its French and Latin analogues, Dame Sirith shows consistent features that recast its central tensions as an opposition between ecclesiastical and mercantile values.
Homicide and the Development of Medieval Clerical Discipline. Appeared in The Jurist Traces issues of clerics causing the death of another human being from the early Middle Ages through Gratian to the 13th century. Die Correspondenz der Associatio Perseverantiae Sacerdotalis. Eine klerikale Zeitschrift im Umfeld des Wiener Priesterseminars Dominik Burkard und Nicole Priesching Hg. I will argue that its distinct structure emerges from a balance of framed and paratactic I will argue that its distinct structure emerges from a balance of framed and paratactic associations.
When viewed in this way, the dialogic exemplum sequence—or framed series of tales told in a conversation—becomes one of the most significant formal units in the work.
Having identified that unit, I demonstrate its value for the operative exemplary poetics in Disciplina clericalis by analyzing the longest dialogic exemplum sequence in the work. Petrus uses the delicate balance between framing and parataxis to situate a sophisticate theory of exemplarity that analyzes representation and perro the importance of interpreting moralized tales.
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