Beda Venerabilis (672-735): Hohelied und Buch Daniel mit Kommentar - Staatsbibliothek Bamberg Msc.Bibl.22 About the Object
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  • Hohelied und Buch Daniel mit Kommentar - Staatsbibliothek Bamberg Msc.Bibl.22
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    • Beda Venerabilis (672-735)
    • Cuthbertus de Durham (ca. um 735-)
    • Daniel Prophet (ca. v600-)
    • Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius (345-420)
    • Salomo Israel, König
    • Reichenau
  • circa 1000
  • 88 Blätter : Illustrationen, 25,0 x 18,5 cm / Material: Pergament
    • Latin
    • Canticum canticorum glossatum. Proverbia Salomonis glossata (Fragment). Danihel glossatus (Fragment)
    • Cantica canticorum
    • Cantica canticorum mit Randglossen
    • Proverbia Salomonis
    • L. proverbiorum fragm.
    • Lib. proverbiorum cap. XXXI v. 10-31
    • Danielis prophetia
    • Daniel propheta
    • Bedas Kommentar zu den Proverbia und zu Daniel
    • Brief Cuthberts über den Tod Bedas mit altenglischem Totenlied
    • Prologe des Hieronymus zum Buch Daniel und Inhaltsverzeichnis
    • Hoheslied
    • Handschrift
    • Kaiser-Heinrich-Bibliothek Bamberg
    • Handschriften aus bayerischen Bibliotheken und Archiven im UNESCO Memory of the World Programme
    • Schätze der Staatsbibliothek Bamberg
  • Staatsbibliothek Bamberg
  • Staatsbibliothek Bamberg
    • Staatsbibliothek Bamberg - Call number: Msc.Bibl.22
    • Uniform Resource Name - Identifier: urn:nbn:de:bvb:12-sbb00000033-7
    • B3Kat Identifier - Identifier: BV035375267
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  • Msc.Bibl.22 ist in das Weltdokumentenerbe "Memory of the World" der UNESCO eingetragen
  • 2019-06-23

Hohelied und Buch Daniel mit Kommentar - Staatsbibliothek Bamberg Msc.Bibl.22

circa 1000
  • Beda Venerabilis (672-735)
  • Cuthbertus de Durham (ca. um 735-)
  • Daniel Prophet (ca. v600-)
  • Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius (345-420)
  • Salomo Israel, König
  • Reichenau

Description

The manuscript was created around the year 1000 on the island of Reichenau/Lake Constance. The same scribe wrote all three parts of the main text. Two corresponding illustrations of the Song of Songs and of the Book Daniel were added on facing pages. Each of them consists in an introductory image on the left and an elaborate full-page historiated initial on the right. The miniatures constitute an early work by the Liuthar group at Reichenau. The illustration to the Song of Songs (fol. 4v/5r) depicts the procession of the baptised to the Cross. It is led by the allegorical figure of the Church (Ecclesia) that offers a chalice to the baptised. Opposite, the enthroned Christ is shown in the initial O, the opening of the Song of Songs ("Osculetur"). Surrounded by seven choirs of angels, Christ is led towards the faithful by Ecclesia. The illumination for the Book Daniel (Bl. 31v/32r) illustrates Nebuchadnezzar's dream of a colossus with feet of iron and clay. Opposite, the prophet Daniel is shown writing, while an angel draws his attention to this vision. In 2003, the manuscript was accepted by the international committee of the UNESCO programme "Memory of the World" for inclusion in the world documentary heritage. // Datum: 2017

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