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A Listing of the Printed Editions of Nicolaus of Lyra
Edward A. Gosselin
January 1, 1970
by Fordham University Press
Written in English
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The Book of Jeremiah. Joy A. Schroeder PAPERBACK; Published: 7/31/ In addition to her clear, readable renderings of texts from authors including Thomas Aquinas, Nicholas of Lyra, and Denis the Carthusian, Schroeder provides an introduction to each author represented, locating him within his historical and theological context. Nicholas de Lyra (c. –). Postilla super totam bibliam. Volume 2 of three. [Nuremberg]: Anton Koberger, 22 January Not a Bible, but a well-known biblical commentary by the Franciscan theologian Nicholas de Lyra, this book initiated a tradition of printed illustration that would appear in many Bibles beginning in
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Basle: J. Froben and J. Petri, Nicholas Of Lyra, Latin Nicolaus Lyranus, (born c. Vieille-Lyre, Normandy—died Oct. 16/23,Paris), author of the first printed commentary on the Bible and one of the foremost Franciscan theologians and influential exegetes (biblical interpreters) of the Middle Ages.
Nicolaus de Lyra’s Postilla super totam bibliam was the first biblical commentary to appear in print -- printed in Rome inand then in more than one hundred editions untilincluding editions in Basel, Douai, Cologne, Lyons, Nuremberg, Paris, Venice and Strasbourg; Anton Koberger in Nuremberg, printed this work seven times from.
The first modern study of Nicholas of Lyra. A Franciscan teacher at the University of Paris, Nicholas (d. ) was an immensely important biblical commentator whose works influenced generations of scholars including Luther.
Famed for his knowledge of Hebrew learning, as well as of the Latin Fathers, Nicholas was also highly conscious of interpretative method and of the Bible as literary artefact. ‘A Listing of the printed editions of Nicolaus de Lyra’ in Traditio, 26 (), – By way of comparison, William of Ockham'schief theological work, his Commentary on the first book of the Sentences exists in 19 MSS.
including two abbreviations, 4 fragments and 2 editions: Scriptum in Librum Primum Sententiarum (Ordinatio), ed. Gal, Gedeon and Brown, Stephen, St. Author: Rega Wood. “A Listing of the Printed Editions of Nicolaus de Lyra,” Traditio 26 (), pp.
Halperin, Herman. Rashi and the Christian Scholars, Pittsburg, Both the Bar-Ilan edition (ibid.) and the Buber edition (S. Buber, ed., Pr sh Rabbi Joseph Qr al M 6gilat h â, Breslau ) contain two versions of Rabbi Joseph Qr s commentary on Lamentations.
Alongside each citation used in this essay, the Hebrew Biblical Text in the Literal Commentary of Nicholas of Lyra on the Book ofCited by: 3.
[INCUNABLE] LYRA Nicholas of (LYRANUS Nicolaus) Moralia super totam Bibliam Paul Butzbach, Mantoue 29 Aprilx mm (7 1/2 x 10 5/8 ”),  ff [sig a10, b6,c4,d-z8, A-J8, K6, L12], stiff vellum First Italian edition of the Franciscan Nicholas of Lyra’s () famous moral commentary, the third edition of this work.
Martin Luther depended upon it. When E.A. Gosselin compiled a listing of the printed editions of works by Nicolaus de Lyra, it ran to 27 pages (in Traditio 26 (), pp ). He was born in the village of Vieille-Lyre, Normandy, hence his : Calix Books. Press, ); Edward A. Gosselin, "Bibliographical Survey: A Listing of the Printed Editions of Nicolaus de Lyra," Traditio 26 (): (see esp.
Gosselin's lengthy bibliographical note on p. See also, Klaus Reinhardt, "Das Werk des Nikolaus von Lyra im Mittelalterlichen Spanien," Traditio: Studies in Ancient and Medieval History. Gosselin, "Bibliographical Survey: A Listing of the Printed Editions of Nicolaus de Lyra," Traditio 26 (): ; Klaus Reinhardt, "Das Werk des Nikolaus von Lyra im Mittelalterlichen Spanien," Traditio 43 (): When E.A.
Gosselin compiled a listing of the printed editions of works by Nicolaus de Lyra, it ran to 27 pages (in Traditio 26 (), pp ). He was born. Author of Postilla super totam Bibliam, Postilla super universa biblia, Postilla seu expositio l[itte]ralis/ et moralis Nicolai de Lira, Postilla seu expositio lr̄alis [et] moralis, Postilla seu expositio l[itte]ralis [et] moralis Nicolai de Lira or[dinis] mi[norum] sup[er] ep[isto]las [et] eva[n]gelia q[ua]dragesimalia, Biblia sacra cum glossa ordinaria primum quidem a Strabo Fuldensis.
Biblia latina cum expositione Nicolai de Lyra by Nicholas, of Lyra. Publication date Notes. Chart Illustration Manuscript (i.e.
handwritten) marginalia and other annotation Printed marginalia Basel. Addeddate External-identifier Scanner Internet Archive Python library Shelfmark /D Vol. plus-circle. Nicholas of Lyra's Apocalypse Commentary book.
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Google is proud to partner with libraries to make this book available to readers everywhere. Martin Luther depended upon it. When E.A. Gosselin compiled a listing of the printed editions of works by Nicolaus de Lyra, it ran to 27 pages (in Traditio 26 (), pp ).
He was born in the village of Vieille-Lyre, Normandy, hence his name. Surveys of the history of biblical exegesis and, in particular, the history of Apocalypse commentaries rarely fail to allude to Nicholas of Lyra O.F.M.
() as the greatest biblical exegete of the fourteenth century. Late medieval and Reformation verses were written about him. Nicholas was born in the town of Lyre, near Evreux in Normandy.3/5(1). Manuscripts and early printed copies of Nicholas of Lyra's influential biblical commentary, the Postilla litteralis et moralis in totam bibliam, were made to include a series of around forty illustrations, mostly in the biblical books of Exodus and Ezekiel, to accompany the sections on the Tabernacle of Moses, Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem, and Ezekiel's re-visioning of the Temple.
He used his commentaries extensively in his own work on the book of Genesis, "Lectures on Genesis".  He also highly praised his works in the Table Talk.  When E.A.
Gosselin compiled a listing of the printed editions of works by Nicolaus de Lyra, it ran to 27 pages (in Traditio 26 (), pp –)." (From Wikipedia.Description of the book "Nicholas of Lyra: The Senses of Scripture": The first modern study of Nicholas of Lyra.
A Franciscan teacher at the University of Paris, Nicholas (d. ) was an immensely important biblical commentator whose works influenced generations of scholars including Luther.The first edition appeared in / Erasmus of Rotterdam used Nicholas Lyranus’ commentary for his own edition of the New Testament, but he is often very critical of Lyranus’ work.
The Biblia Latina is the oldest printed book in the library of Theodorus Groenhout (ca. ), a priest from Noordwijk, a coastal village north of Leiden.