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Published by Harvard university press; [etc., etc.] in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Boniface, Saint, Archbishop of Mainz, ca. 675-754

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Willibald; translated into English for the first time with introduction and notes by George W. Robinson.
    SeriesHarvard translations
    ContributionsRobinson, George W. b. 1872.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX4700.B7 W5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination114 p.
    Number of Pages114
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6584996M
    LC Control Number16005312
    OCLC/WorldCa639258


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Saint Boniface is the Apostle of Germany. The chief sources from which our knowledge of Saint Boniface is drawn are, first, the writings of Boniface himself, particuJarly his Letters, with the letters addressed to him which have been preserved with his own; secondly, the Life by Willibald/5(3).

The Life of Saint Boniface by Willibald (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings/5(3). The Life of Saint Boniface Paperback – Janu by of Mainz Willibald (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings/5(3). The life of Saint Boniface [Willibald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This book was digitized and reprinted from the collections of the Life of Saint Boniface book of California Libraries.

It was produced from digital images created through the libraries’ mass digitization efforts. The digital images were cleaned and prepared for printing through automated processes. The Life and Times of St. Boniface Paperback – Decem by James M. Williamson (Author)Author: James M. Williamson. Whilst he always employs the correct spelling and endings for Anglo-Saxon words, he anglicizes the spelling of names and places of Frisian or Germanic origin.

He wrote not long after the death of Boniface-to be precise, within thirteen years, for Megingoz, to whom the book is dedicated, died 26 September Additional Physical Format: Online version: Willibald, presbyter, 8th cent.

Life of Saint Boniface. Cambridge, Harvard University Press; [etc.]   CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 11 THE LIFE OF SAINT BONIFACE 21 A LIST OF EDITIONS AND TRANSLATIONS OF THE LIFE 95 INDEX OF AUTHORS CITED IN THE NOTES. GENERAL INDEX Digitized by Google. "A list of editions and translations of the Life": p.

Pages: Saint Boniface, Latin Bonifatius, original name Wynfrid or Wynfrith, (born c. Wessex, England—died June 5,Dokkum, Frisia [now in the Netherlands]; feast day June 5), English missionary and reformer, often called the apostle of Germany for his role in the Christianization of that country.

Boniface set the church in Germany on a firm course of undeviating piety and irreproachable conduct. He did much for true religious life in the monasteries, especially at Fulda, which had been established under his supervision by St.

Sturm, and into which Boniface returned yearly to train the monks and to spend some days in prayer and meditation. The Life of Boniface by Willibald, the translation of which we give, was written within a few years of the saint's death, almost certainly not later than at the request of Boniface's successor, LuI, and of Bishop Megingoz of Wurzburg.

The life of Saint Boniface. [Willibald, presbyter; George W Robinson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Boniface, Saint, Archbishop of Mainz, ca. Publisher Cambridge: Harvard University Press Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Robarts - University of Toronto Language EnglishPages: The Life of Saint Boniface (Book) Book Details.

ISBN. Title. The Life of Saint Boniface. Author. Willibald. Publisher. Andesite Press. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping $ free shipping worldwide. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization.

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Top The Life Of Saint Boniface Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED EMBED (for. Saint Boniface and fifty-two of his companions were slaughtered. Ransacking the baggage of the missionaries for treasure, the band of thieves found no gold vessels or silver plates but only sacred texts the unlettered men couldn’t read.

Thinking them worthless, they left these books on the forest floor, to be recovered later by local Christians. The Life of Saint Boniface (Book) Book Details. ISBN. Title. The Life of Saint Boniface.

Author. Willibald. Publisher. Wentworth Press. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping $ free shipping worldwide. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization. Ancient. The Life of Saint Boniface. Wired published an excerpt from the book on why humans “totally freak out” when they get lost.

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Notes "A list of editions and translations of the Life": p. Boniface's Later Life Boniface reached Hesse in It was a place that hadn't had much exposure to Christianity, so he set about establishing churches and monasteries to spread the word of God.

The Life of Saint Boniface by Willibald was published on 05 Feb by Harvard University Press. depiction of St. Boniface's martyrdom, the saint holding a book in front of his chest. Nailhole in the Ragyndrudis Codex The legacy of the codex is based on the life and death of Saint Boniface who, inhad gone off to Friesland one more time to try and convert the Frisians.

After returning to missionary work, Boniface was killed by pagan tribespeople in Frisia on June 5,at the approximate age of Early Life St.

Boniface was born as Wynfrid—also written as Wynfrith, Winfrid or Winfrith—sometime around the year in Wessex (present-day Devon), England). According to Willibald's 8th century Life of Saint Boniface, the felling of the tree occurred during Boniface's life earlier the same century at a location at the time known as Gaesmere (for details, see discussion below).

Although no date is provided, the felling may have occurred around or Frontmatter --PREFACE --CONTENTS --INTRODUCTION --THE LIFE OF SAINT BONIFACE --A LIST OF EDITIONS AND TRANSLATIONS OF THE LIFE --INDEX OF AUTHORS CITED IN THE NOTES --GENERAL INDEX.

Series Title: Harvard translations. Responsibility: by Willibald; translated into English for the first time with introduction and notes by George W. Robinson. The Life of Saint Boniface: Archbishop of Mayence and Apostle of Germany George William Cox No preview available - George William Cox No preview available - Saint Boniface Bishop and Martyr – Apostle of Germany ( A.C.) Saint Boniface is known with the name of Boniface but his real name was Willibald and his fame came to us, above all for being the apostle of Germany.

He was born in in the territory of Wessex, England in a deeply Christian family. He was always a perfect Anglo-Saxon. Boniface Provides for His Associates and the Appointment of Lull as His Successor (?) Boniface, servant of the servants of God and bishop by the grace of Christ, to his beloved fellow - ecclesiastic Fulrad, priest,[1] affectionate greetings without end in Christ.

[1] Fulrad was the Abbot of Saint-Denys and chaplain to the king. The life of Saint Boniface by Willibald of Mainz,Harvard University Press edition,Cited by: 1.

In the three years he spent with Willibrord, Boniface gave as much as he gained. So helpful was he that Willibrord, who was in his sixties, wanted to make Boniface his successor.

But with his training over, Boniface felt the pull of the German missionary work he'd. Further Reading on St. Boniface. The Life of Saint Boniface was written by a German priest, Willibald, shortly after Boniface's death.

A translation of this work and some excerpts from Boniface's correspondence are contained in C.H. Talbot, ed., The Anglo-Saxon Missionaries in Germany (). The Story of Saint Boniface as told by Nick Papas at Saint Michael's Orthodox Christian Church in Greensburg, PA on J For more information on Saint Boniface.

What symbol does the book represent in the picture. Usually when I see objects it has something do with their life or how they where martyred. Here are some examples. Saint Benedict pointing at a book in his hand.

Saint Boniface hold a open book with a stain on it. Saint Etheldreda holding a book in one hand and flowers in the other. Important Dates surrounding the life of Saint Boniface; Life History, Story, Biography, Myths and Legends; Description / Title of the Saint: Bishop, Martyr; Saint Boniface.

Fast, concise facts and information about Saint Boniface The following provides fast and concise facts and information: Memorial Day / Feast Day of Saint Boniface: June 5. Genre/Form: Biographies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Williamson, James Mann.

Life and times of St. Boniface. Ventnor, W.J. Knight; [etc., etc.]   St. Boniface, a monk of Exeter in England, is one of the great figures of the Benedictine Order and of the monastic apostolate in the Middle Ages.

Gregory II sent him to. “The “Countess of Dufferin” arriving at St. Boniface – October 9, ”, digital image of an drawing by Fred Finley appearing on page 84 the book Saint Boniface Manitoba, Canada, University of Manitoba Librairies, (: accessed 27 Feb ).