Life of Saint Augustine (Studies and Texts)

By John Capgrave

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I And he himselue, swech ]:>ingis as God had schewid to him, vttered it to o]:>ir males in writyng 25 and teching to her gret lemyng. What hokes he mad whil he leued pus in his owne ownership in pe city of Tagatensis. Capitulum xxvi D wellyng ]:>us in his owne ownership, he wrot too hokes ageyn ]:>e Manicheis, & ]:>ese cleped he De genesi, for ]:>ere tretith he mech of ]:>e werkis of oure lord whech he wrout in ]:>e begynnyng of ]:>e five international. There additionally mad he an ende of vi hokes of musik whech he started at Melan.

22-23 certeyn prestis... whech he had of Simpliciane] mythical. See Cap. 21. 4-6 De genesi. . ]: De genesi contra Manichaeos, PL 34. 173-194. Augustine got down to problem the Manichaean feedback of the outdated testomony. Jordanus basically mentions the paintings. 6 vi hokes of musik] De musica libri intercourse, PL 32. 1081-1 194. the 1st five books include a pedestrian remedy of prosody (probably written in Milan) ; the sixth ebook is a mental research of poetic rhythms-Capgrave's 'noumbres' (line nine) . . IJFE OF SAINT AUGUSTINE 50 teyn males the following in erde pat haue so dul wit pat pei can't vndirstand pis matere, 3et if pei kepe treuly pe Cristen feith pei schul sumtyme se aile 28v pese pingis, & fele hem in swech sikimesse pat pei would possibly not fayle.

Perversion 42/30 acord n. peace 39/41 acorde v. three pl. - now not weel will not be appropriate 39/7 acorded p. t. harmonized 10/12; pp. have been agreed 1 1/46; acordith three sg. harmonizes Pr/30 aferd adj. afraid 1 1/6, 23/35 af(f)tir, aftyr prep. in line with Pr/8 aga(e)yn adv. back 3/42 aga(e)yn prep. opposite to 3/43, three 1! sixteen, opposed to 8/24, 16/25, contrary 45/20 aknow(e) v. pp. is - acknow­ ledged 8/7, 10/15 ; am - advert­ mit 36/32; be - admit 43/9 al adv. thoroughly 7/8 aile adj. entire 1/5 allegaunce n. objection 33/22 allegge(i)d v.

Zero Off }>e progenitouris and }>e kynrod of pis guy. Capitulum ii. ff his progenitoures pus we rede pat pei weren't of pe despect laboureres in pe puple, yet born of fine and wealthy kynrod aftir pe . status of pe international; for pis guy aftir the following deth had enough possessioun for to lyue by means of. And he himself seith in his Confessiones five pat whan he was once despatched to skole to Cartage, simply because pei herd sey pat right here baby had a grete carage to lernyng, pat he was once founde as wel and with as grete price as ony lordis son pat went to skole.

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