Stephanus Langton

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Stephanus Langton ad murum Ecclesiae Cathedralis Cantuariensis sculptus

Stephanus Langton, nuncupatione a discipulis data "Stephanus de Lingua Tonante" (natus annis circiter 1150[1] seu 1155;[2] mortuus die 9 Iulii 1228) fuit alumnus (ab anno circiter 1170), discipulus Petri Comestoris (quem "Manducatorem nostrum" nuncupavit)[3] et magister (c. 1180-1207) in universitate Parisiensi. Ab his annis fuit amicus papae Innocentii III, cuius iussu archiepiscopus Cantuariensis anno 1207 creatus est, nolente rege Iohanne. Regem Henricum III, Iohannis successorem, coronavit. Fuit filius alter natu Henrici Langton, frater igitur Gualteri qui in expeditione sacra contra Albigenses militavit necnon Simonis qui (archiepiscopus Eboracensis electus sed iussu Innocentii deiectus) archidiaconus Cantuariensis iuxta Stephanum meruit.

Pagina e carminis "Laudes beatae Mariae virginis" a Stephano Langton compositi, apud Kelmscott Press anno 1896 editi

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Ita Holdsworth (2004)
  2. Ita Roberts (1980) p. 241
  3. Lacombe et Smalley (1930) pp. 8, 22

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Editiones operum et documentorum
  • K. Major, ed., Acta Stephani Langton. 1950
  • A. Saltman, ed., Stephen Langton: commentary on the Book of Chronicles. 1978
Biographica et historica
  • J. W. Baldwin, Masters, princes and merchants: the social views of Peter the Chanter and his circle. 2 voll. 1970
  • F. A. Cazel, "The last years of Stephen Langton" in English Historical Review vol. 79 (1964) pp. 673–97
  • C. R. Cheney, From Becket to Langton: English Church Government, 1170-1213. Mancunii: Manchester Unviersity Press, 1956
  • Kathleen Major, "The 'Familia' of Archbishop Stephen Langton" in English Historical Review vol. 48 (1933) pp. 529-553
  • F. M. Powicke, Stephen Langton, being the Ford Lectures, Delivered in the University of Oxford in Hilary Term, 1927. Oxonii: Clarendon Press, 1928
  • F. M. Powicke, "The Bull 'Miramur plurimum' and a Letter to Archbishop Stephen Langton, 5 September 1215" in English Historical Review vol. 44 (1929) pp. 87-93
  • F. M. Powicke, "Bibliographical Note on Recent Work upon Stephen Langton" in English Historical Review vol. 48 (1933) pp. 554-557
  • I. W. Rowlands, "King John, Stephen Langton and Rochester Castle, 1213–15" in C. Harper-Bill, C. J. Holdsworth, J. L. Nelson, edd., Studies in medieval history presented to R. Allen Brown (1989) pp. 267–80
De operibus
  • L. Antl, "An introduction to the Questiones theologicae of Stephen Langton" in Franciscan Studies n. s. vol. 13 (1952) pp. 151–75
  • C. R. Cheney, Medieval texts and studies (1973) pp. 111–37, 138–57, 185–202
  • G. Dahan, "Exégèse et polémique dans les commentaires de la “Génèse” d'Étienne Langton" in G. Dahan, ed., Les juifs au regard d'histoire: mélanges en l'honneur de Bernard Blumenkrantz (Lutetiae, 1985) pp. 129–48
  • S. Ebbesen, "The semantics of the Trinity according to Stephen Langton and Andrew Sunesen" in J. Jolivet, ed., Gilbert de Poitiers et ses contemporains (1987) pp. 401–35
  • A. d'Esneval, "Le perfectionnement d'un instrument de travail au début de XIIe siècle: les trois glossaires bibliques d'Étienne Langton" in G. Hasenohr, J. Longère, edd., Culture et travail dans l'Occident médieval (1981) pp. 163–75
  • G. Lacombe, B. Smalley, "Studies on the commentaries of Cardinal Stephen Langton" in Archives d'histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Âge vol 5 (1930) pp. 5–266
  • R. Quinto, "Doctor nominatissimus": Stefano Langton (†1228) e la tradizione delle sue opere. Monasterii, 1994
  • P. B. Roberts, Stephanus de Lingua-Tonante: studies in the sermons of Stephen Langton. Toronti, 1968 (Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies: Texts and Studies, 16)
  • P. B. Roberts, "Master Stephen Langton Preaches to the People and Clergy: sermon texts from twelfth-century Paris" in Traditio vol. 36 (1980) pp. 237-268
  • P. B. Roberts, "Archbishop Stephen Langton and his preaching on Thomas Becket" in T. L. Amos, E. Green, B. M. Kienzle, edd., De ore Domini: preacher and word in the middle ages (1989) pp. 75–92
  • J. B. Schneyer, Repertorium der lateinischen Sermones des Mittelalters für die Zeit von 1150–1350 vol. 5 (Monasterii, 1974) pp. 466–507
  • B. Smalley, "Stephen Langton and the four senses of scripture" in Speculum vol. 6 (1931) pp. 60–76
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