Image Not Available

Letter from heaven on the observance of the Lord's day [Epistola Jesu Christi, 6th century, redaction I: Baluzius text]

Priebsch, Robert, 1866-1935.

Published by Oxford Basil Blackwell 1936., 1936
Hardcover
From Alec R. Allenson, Inc. (Westville, FL, U.S.A.)

AbeBooks Seller Since March 19, 2001

Quantity Available: 1

Buy Used
Price: US$ 67.50 Convert Currency
Shipping: US$ 4.00 Within U.S.A. Destination, rates & speeds
Add to basket

30 Day Return Policy

About this Item

Good, stapled pamphlet. Lacks outer tan wrapper. xxiii, 37 p.; front. (port. of author); 24 cm. Includes commentary on the Latin text, with Icelandic parallels Contents -- Preface and list of subscribers to the Priebsch Memorial Fund, by L. A. Willoughby -- Memoir, by W. E. Collinson -- Priebsch bibliography, by F. Norman -- Introduction -- Letter from Heaven on the observance of the Lord's Day, from the posthumous works of Robert Priebsch, edited by W. E. Collinson and August Closs -- Appendix I. B1 - text of the epistle [in Latin], p. [35]-37 -- From the Introduction: `At some future date the Editors hope to be in a position to proceed tothe publication of Redactions II, III and IV, and to tackle the difficult task of filling up some of the lacunae.' (p. xxiii) -- `Let us now turn to Iceland. There is a Norse poem of the early thirteenth or possibly of the twelfth century, bearing the title `Leidar-visan' (way-pointing), the work of a certain Brandr who was assisted by a priest Runold. It not only shows the same subject matter (Christ's Epistle on the observance of Sunday) in general, but also stands very near LV (LVx) with regard to some thoughts and phrases peculiar to that version (cf. especially the stanza 9).' (p. 15; stanzas 6-12 of the Icelandic text with a parallel English translation follow). `Thereupon the poet proceeds (stanzas 13-35) to describe various events that took place on the Lord's day, dignatio Diei dominici (very much like that in LVx) from the creation of the angels to the day of judgment. This account is followed by an exhortation to love God, by two stanzas containing the name of the poem Leidar-visan, the composer Brandr and the prient Runolf who aided him and finally (st. 45) by a prayer for all Christians.' (p. 17). Bookseller Inventory # 006502

Ask Seller a Question

Bibliographic Details

Title: Letter from heaven on the observance of the ...

Publisher: Oxford Basil Blackwell 1936.

Publication Date: 1936

Binding: Hardcover

Store Description

Our business, established in Chicago in 1924 and relocated in Naperville Illinois, was moved to the Florida Panhandle in 1980. Our main warehouse, with a mile of double shelving and open by appointment, includes stock for sale --around 20% so far on line -- together with special collections in Anglicanism (with special strength in the Oxford or tractarian movement and editions of John Henry Newman, Bible texts and commentaries, lectureships and monographic series, the philosophy of religion, the Reformed tradition, and antiquarian theology before 1840. Please try a keyword search (we suggest truncating, e.g. Anglic*) on these or other words of your choosing.

Visit Seller's Storefront

Terms of Sale:

Books requested will be held for two weeks (international, for three weeks). Directly we can receive payment through AbeBooks, by check or draft on a U.S. bank, or through PayPal. Books ordered by libraries can be sent with an enclosed invoice. Payment in euros or pounds sterling can be arranged. Our U.S. employer identification no. (EIN) is 36-0814540. The firm is registered as a domestic corporation in the state of Illinois (file no. D 2079-867-0; showing 1,040 shares of common stock with a pa...

More Information
Shipping Terms:

Orders are usually shipped within 2 business days at the quoted charge for an item weighing less than 2 lbs. Shipment by media mail to a U.S. address is $4.00 for the first book and $1.50 for each additional book (unless an additional charge for heavier books and sets, or for priority mail, is authorized). Shipment worldwide by first class mail international is $19.00 (unless an additional charge for heavier books and sets, requiring priority mail international, is authorized).

List this Seller's Books

Payment Methods
accepted by seller

Visa Mastercard American Express

Check Money Order