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by David N. Dumville

Histories and Pseudo-Histories of the Insular Middle Ages (Variorum Collected Studies) download ebook
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0860782646
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David N. Dumville
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Routledge; 1 edition (April 28, 1990)
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Dumville has done much to help dissect and disentangle these sources, probing the cultural history of the Insular Middle Ages, tracing the channels through which historical knowledge was transmitted and the interaction of political thought and historical writing - ideologically based historiography looms large as evidence in any attempt to grasp how medieval people comprehended their past. Specific themes are the Insular cultivation of genealogy, the classic British pseudo-history (as in the Historia Brittonum and Geoffrey of Monmouth), the important Cistercian school of historical studies at Sawley, and the traditions of annalistic chronicling.

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David N. Dumville argues that the manuscript tradition and nature of the . a b c "Arthurian Writers: A Biographical Encyclopedia - Google Books". Dumville, D. N. Histories and Pseudo-histories of the Insular Middle Ages. Aldershot: Variorum, 1990. Dumville argues that the manuscript tradition and nature of the Prologue in particular fail to substantiate the claim that Nennius was the author of Historia Brittonum. In his argument against Zimmer, he cites a textual inconsistency in the Irish translation regarding a place called Beulan, concluding that "we must admit to ignorance of the name of ninth-century author. Associated historians and authors. Retrieved 14 April 2018.

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Histories and Pseudo-Histories of the Insular Middle Ages (Variorum Collected Studies). Series: Variorum Collected Studies (Book 572). Hardcover: 352 pages. ISBN-10: 9780860786207. ISBN-13: 978-0860786207.

The centuries that followed the Roman withdrawal from the British Isles have not been called 'Dark' for nothing; in the sources that survive, fact and legend seem inextricably intertwined, and the work of later medieval writers has only deepened the confusion. Dr. Dumville has done much to help dissect and disentangle these sources, probing the cultural history of the Insular Middle Ages, tracing the channels through which historical knowledge was transmitted and the interaction of political thought and historical writing - ideologically based historiography looms large as evidence in any attempt to grasp how medieval people comprehended their past. In these essays, he concentrates on the historiographical practices of the Irish, Britons and English, which shared much in common. Specific themes are the Insular cultivation of genealogy, the classic British pseudo-history (as in the Historia Brittonum and Geoffrey of Monmouth), the important Cistercian school of historical studies at Sawley, and the traditions of annalistic chronicling. An important section of Addenda is also provided. Les siècles qui ont suivi le retrait romain des îles britanniques n’ont pas été qualifiés d’ ’Obscurs’ sans raison; dans les sources, faits et légendes semblent être irrémédiablement embrouillés et les traveaux d’écrivans médiéaveaux postérieurs n’ont guère fait que d’ajouter à la confusion qui régnait déjà. Le Dr Dumville a beaucoup fait, afin d’aider à disséquer et démêler ces sources, en explorant l’histoire culturelle du Moyen Age. Insulaire, en retraçant les voies par lesquelles la connaissance historiquefut transmise, ainsi que celles l’internaction de la pensée politique et de l’écriture historique. Ces essais se concentre sur les pratiques historiographes des Irlandais, des Britanniques et des Anglais qui possèdent un bon nombre d’aspects en commun. Les thèmes les plus spécifiques sont ceux de la culture Insulaire de la g