5 edition of Eighteenth-century monastic libraries in southern Germany and Austria found in the catalog.
Eighteenth-century monastic libraries in southern Germany and Austria
|Other titles||Monastic libraries.|
|Series||Saecula spiritalia ;, v. 37, Saecula spiritalia ;, Bd. 37.|
|LC Classifications||Z679.2.G3 G37 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 226 p., 34 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||98193338|
The volume opens with Alois Schmid’s excellent overview of the place of the library, both as a collection of books and — in the baroque period — as an often grand physical space, in monastic. Eighteenth century register of emigrants from southwest Germany (to America and other countries) Apollo, Pa.: Closson Press,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Werner Hacker.
While HELMUT ZEDELMAIER (Munich) particularly investigated the collections of “naturalia” and “scientifica” at Kloster Irsee in comparison to other monastic collections in Southern Germany, STEPHAN KELLNER (Munich) presented the libraries at Irsee and gave a detailed analysis of the books acquired and the scientific themes preferred in the second half of the eighteenth century. The monastery's scriptorium was also a major site for the production of manuscripts. In the 15th century the abbey became the centre of the Melk Reform movement which reinvigorated the monastic life of Austria and Southern Germany. Today's impressive Baroque abbey was built between and to designs by Jakob Prandtauer.
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Eighteenth-century monastic libraries in southern Germany and Austria. Baden-Baden: Verlag Valentin Koerner, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Eric Garberson.
eighteenth-century monastic libraries in southern germany and austria architecture and decorations verlag valentin koerner • baden-baden. Library - Library - The Middle Eighteenth-century monastic libraries in southern Germany and Austria book and the Renaissance: As European monastic communities were set up (from as early as the 2nd century ad), books were found to be essential to the spiritual life.
The rule laid down for observance by several monastic orders enjoined the use of books: that of the Benedictine order, especially, recognized the importance of reading and study, making mention of a.
Among the many beautiful monuments of the late Baroque period are several monastic libraries built in Southern Germany and in Austria around the middle of the 18th Century. They are located away from urban centers and are not along well-traveled tourist routes; they. It is very well illustrated.
Eric Garberson’s Eighteenth-Century Monastic Libraries in Southern Germany and Austria: Architecture and Decorations is unfortunately illustrated in black and white, but is a plainly written and most informative look at one of Austrian Catholicism’s most important visual art forms at its zenith.
Eighteenth-Century Monastic Libraries in Southern Germany and Austria: The Darnton Debate: Books and Revolution in the Eighteenth Century edited by Haydn T.
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T his book makes available expanded versions of papers given at a symposium jointly organized by the Wolfenbütteler Arbeitskreis für Buch- Bibliotheks- und Mediengeschichte and the Stiftsbibliothek St Gallen in Aprilfocusing on monastic libraries in southern Germany, Austria, and Switzerland in the early modern period.
The fifteen contributions, all of them of absorbing interest. Admont Abbey is a Benedictine monastery located on the Enns River in the town of Admont, Austria. It is the oldest remaining monastery in Styria and contains the largest monastic library in the world.
The abbey is known for its Baroque architecture, art, and manuscripts. Formerly Libraries & Culture, through vol no. 2, Spring (E-ISSN:Print ISSN: ).
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Prof. Werner Hacker, Closson Press. Apollo, PA, This book includes eighteenth century emigrants to America and other countries. It covers the geographical areas of today's Baden, Wuerttemberg, Rhine Palatinate and Saarland in Southwest. The library was dismantled along with the existing book stock, about 3, volumes.
Inthe Benedictine monks resettled the monastery and re-stocked the library. About 69 manuscripts from this library can be found in other places in Germany and beyond.
The monastery's scriptorium was also a major site for the production of manuscripts. In the fifteenth century the abbey became the centre of the Melk Reform movement which reinvigorated the monastic life of Austria and Southern Germany.
Today's Baroque abbey was built between and to designs by Jakob Prandtauer. Founded in by Archbishop Gebhard of Salzburg, Admont Abbey quickly gained prominence as one of the most important monastic centers in Austria and what is now known as Southern Germany.
Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, the abbey excelled in artistic productivity and commissioned world famous sculptures and embroiderers to create works of art for the abbey, which can clearly be seen by the magnificence of the library.
Included are specimens in Uncial, Visigothic, Merovingian, Beneventan, and humanist scripts, as well as numerous examples of Caroline minuscule and Gothic book hands,with a particular richness in eleventh- and twelfth-century manuscripts from Southern Germany.
The fragments described in the catalogue are almost all derived from books. Altenburg Abbey in Austria The eighteenth century saw the construction of some of the most lavish libraries ever constructed.
Altenburg Abbey in Austria was constructed in Its grand hall is specially designed to exaggerate the size of the relatively modest collection of books the abbey. Eighteenth-Century Monastic Libraries in Southern Germany and Austria: Architecture and Decoration.
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"La biblioteca gesuitica del Collegio Braidense di Milano.". Altenburg Abbey in Austria The eighteenth century saw the construction of some of the most lavish libraries ever constructed. Altenburg Abbey in Austria was constructed in Its grand hall is especially designed to exaggerate the size of the relatively modest collection of books the abbey.
The monastery’s scriptorium was also a major site for the production of manuscripts. In the 15th century the abbey became the centre of the Melk Reform movement which reinvigorated the monastic life of Austria and Southern Germany.
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The work of these composers, among others, was integral to the transition of music from the classical period to the romantic period. In Germany was the world's fifth largest musical market. The two Benedictine scholars Bernhard and Hieronymus Pez are two of the most important historians and editors in the eighteenth century.
To obtain the materials for their various editorial projects they established a wide network of correspondents across central Europe, and also travelled to monasteries in Austria and Southern Germany to search.Garberson’s Eighteenth-Century Monastic Libraries in Southern Germany and Austria deals mainly with the physical structure of the libraries, but it does attend.
Admont, Austria, is home to the world’s largest monastery library. Its architecture, frescoes and sculptures are built in the late Baroque style, and it holds ab volumes, with its oldest manuscript dating back to the 8th century. If you can’t visit in real life, this is one of many stunning places you can take a virtual tour of.