By Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie
Brillante et courte synthèse, suggestive et instructive, des résultats de près d’un demi-siècle de recherches historiennes sur le climat.
Un élément essentiel dans les débats en cours sur l’avenir de los angeles planète.
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Portions of the second letter are printed by W. Wattenbach, "Aus den Briefen des Guido von Bazoches," Neues Archiv, xvi (1891), 79-81. 71 The Court of Champagne as a Literary Center 25 The next entry, labeled number XVI, is also addressed to Count Henry. It is interrupted at the end of the first folio, leaving a break where at least one leaf is missing. The continuation has been copied in a different hand and also breaks off at the end of a leaf. The content shows that the continuation is addressed to Henry the Liberal, but there is no way to determine if it truly continues the first part or is a section of another letter.
11. 4236-42) Such a general comment, which applies to every year as well as to the one in question and which does not say how close to the feast the present was made, provides no reason for searching for years in which Trinity Sunday fell on the Sunday before Saint John’s Day, and the suggestion of 1166 or 1177 as likely dates of composition therefore has no basis. Moreover, Dr Cowper’s most important source of information about Provins, Bourquelot’s Histoire de Provins (1839), is imprecise in its dating, and it is unlikely that many of the practices identified by local historians as mediaeval occurred in the twelfth century.
51 Eructavit is artistically superior to Evrat’s Genesis. The verse is clear and flows smoothly, and the metaphors, often extended, are picturesque and sharply drawn. In approach, however, the two poems are similar. Like Evrat, the anonymous author of Eructavit presented a Biblical text with an extended allegorical and moral gloss. His method was that of an exegete, quoting a Latin verse and then adding a paraphrase and commentary in French. Like Evrat, he took his material from a number of different commentators, and his most impressive talent lay in the skill with which he combined what might have been random comments into a unified presentation ,52 The Forty-fourth psalm was held to symbolize the marriage of Christ and the Church.