The Resource Medieval drama, [compiled by] David Bevington

Medieval drama, [compiled by] David Bevington

Label
Medieval drama
Title
Medieval drama
Statement of responsibility
[compiled by] David Bevington
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • enm
  • lat
  • roa
  • eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Language note
Selections in Latin or Anglo-Norman French have English translations in parallel columns; selections in Middle English have marginal glosses
LC call number
  • PR1260
  • PR1260
LC item number
  • .M4 1975
  • .M4
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Bevington, David M
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • English drama
  • Mysteries and miracle-plays, English
  • Christian drama, English (Middle)
  • Drama, Medieval
  • Théâtre anglais
  • Théâtre médiéval
  • Mystères et miracles anglais
  • Christian drama, English (Middle)
  • Drama, Medieval
  • English drama
  • Mysteries and miracle-plays, English
  • Drama
  • Geistliches Drama
  • Mittelalter
  • Aufsatzsammlung
  • Drama
  • Geistliches Drama
Label
Medieval drama, [compiled by] David Bevington
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Selections in Latin or Anglo-Norman French have English translations in parallel columns; selections in Middle English have marginal glosses
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 1071-1073
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Regularis Concordia
  • The internment of the cross in the sepulchre
  • Regularis Concordia
  • The raising of the Host from the sepulchre
  • St. Gall
  • Antiphons for Easter vespers
  • Antiphons with responses for the vigil of the most holy Easter
  • Liturgical beginnings : dramatic elements in the liturgy of the Church.
  • Concerning tragedies
  • Honorius of Autun
  • A Palm Sunday procession in fourth-century Jerusalem
  • The Lady Etheria
  • The service for the consecration of a church
  • Bishop of Metz
  • Adoration of the cross
  • Winchester
  • Liturgical beginnings : tenth-century versions of the visit to the sepulchre.
  • Trope for Easter
  • Limoges
  • Of the resurrection of the Lord
  • St. Gall
  • The visit to the sepulchre
  • Regularis Concordia
  • The visit to the sepulchre
  • Beauvais
  • Liturgical beginnings : eleventh- and twelfth-century Easter drama.
  • The visit to the sepulchre
  • Aquileia?
  • The visit to the sepulchre
  • St. Lambrecht
  • The service for representing the scene at the Lord's sepulchre
  • Fleury
  • The service for representing the pilgrim, at Vespers of the second holy day of Easter (Easter Monday)
  • Liturgical beginnings : eleventh- and twelfth-century Christmas drama.
  • For the mass of our Lord
  • Limoges
  • The service for representing Herod
  • Fleury
  • The service for representing the slaughter of the innocents
  • Fleury
  • Fleury
  • The service for representing how Saint Nicholas freed the son of Getron
  • Fleury
  • The Christmas play
  • Benediktbeuern
  • The Passion play
  • Benediktbeuern
  • Twelfth-century church drama.
  • The service for representing Adam
  • The holy resurrection
  • The play of Daniel
  • Beauvais
  • The raising of Lazarus
  • Hilarius
  • The service for representing the conversion of the blessed Apostle Paul
  • Wakefield
  • Noah
  • Wakefield
  • The sacrifice of Isaac
  • Brome
  • The ten commandments, Balaam and Balak, and the prophets
  • Chester
  • The Annunciation
  • Wakefield
  • The salutations of Elizabeth
  • The Corpus Christi Cycle.
  • Wakefield
  • The birth of Jesus
  • York
  • The shepherds
  • York
  • The second shepherds' pageant
  • Wakefield
  • The offering of the Magi
  • Wakefield
  • The flight into Egypt
  • The Banns
  • York
  • Herod the great
  • Wakefield
  • The death of Herod
  • N Town
  • The woman taken in adultery
  • N town
  • The raising of Lazarus
  • Wakefield
  • The Passion play
  • N Town
  • N town
  • The buffeting
  • Wakefield
  • The scourging
  • Wakefield
  • The crucifixion of Christ
  • York
  • Christ's death and burial
  • York
  • The harrowing of hell
  • The creation and the fall of the angels
  • Wakefield
  • The resurrection of the Lord
  • Wakefield
  • Christ appears to the disciples
  • Chester
  • The last judgment
  • Wakefield
  • Wakefield
  • The fall of man
  • York
  • The killing of Abel
  • Saints' play or conversion plays.
  • The conversion of St. Paul
  • Digby
  • Mary Magdalene
  • Digby
  • The play of the Sacrament
  • Croxton
  • The morality play.
  • The castle of perseverance
  • Mankind
  • Everyman
  • Humanist drama.
  • A Mery Play Betwene Johan Johan the Husbande, Tib his Wife, and Sir Johan the Preeste
  • John Heywood?
  • The play of the weather
  • John Heywood
  • Wit and science
  • John Redford
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxii, 1075 pages
Isbn
9780395139158
Lccn
74002846
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)02864488
  • (OCoLC)ocm02864488
Label
Medieval drama, [compiled by] David Bevington
Publication
Note
Selections in Latin or Anglo-Norman French have English translations in parallel columns; selections in Middle English have marginal glosses
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 1071-1073
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Regularis Concordia
  • The internment of the cross in the sepulchre
  • Regularis Concordia
  • The raising of the Host from the sepulchre
  • St. Gall
  • Antiphons for Easter vespers
  • Antiphons with responses for the vigil of the most holy Easter
  • Liturgical beginnings : dramatic elements in the liturgy of the Church.
  • Concerning tragedies
  • Honorius of Autun
  • A Palm Sunday procession in fourth-century Jerusalem
  • The Lady Etheria
  • The service for the consecration of a church
  • Bishop of Metz
  • Adoration of the cross
  • Winchester
  • Liturgical beginnings : tenth-century versions of the visit to the sepulchre.
  • Trope for Easter
  • Limoges
  • Of the resurrection of the Lord
  • St. Gall
  • The visit to the sepulchre
  • Regularis Concordia
  • The visit to the sepulchre
  • Beauvais
  • Liturgical beginnings : eleventh- and twelfth-century Easter drama.
  • The visit to the sepulchre
  • Aquileia?
  • The visit to the sepulchre
  • St. Lambrecht
  • The service for representing the scene at the Lord's sepulchre
  • Fleury
  • The service for representing the pilgrim, at Vespers of the second holy day of Easter (Easter Monday)
  • Liturgical beginnings : eleventh- and twelfth-century Christmas drama.
  • For the mass of our Lord
  • Limoges
  • The service for representing Herod
  • Fleury
  • The service for representing the slaughter of the innocents
  • Fleury
  • Fleury
  • The service for representing how Saint Nicholas freed the son of Getron
  • Fleury
  • The Christmas play
  • Benediktbeuern
  • The Passion play
  • Benediktbeuern
  • Twelfth-century church drama.
  • The service for representing Adam
  • The holy resurrection
  • The play of Daniel
  • Beauvais
  • The raising of Lazarus
  • Hilarius
  • The service for representing the conversion of the blessed Apostle Paul
  • Wakefield
  • Noah
  • Wakefield
  • The sacrifice of Isaac
  • Brome
  • The ten commandments, Balaam and Balak, and the prophets
  • Chester
  • The Annunciation
  • Wakefield
  • The salutations of Elizabeth
  • The Corpus Christi Cycle.
  • Wakefield
  • The birth of Jesus
  • York
  • The shepherds
  • York
  • The second shepherds' pageant
  • Wakefield
  • The offering of the Magi
  • Wakefield
  • The flight into Egypt
  • The Banns
  • York
  • Herod the great
  • Wakefield
  • The death of Herod
  • N Town
  • The woman taken in adultery
  • N town
  • The raising of Lazarus
  • Wakefield
  • The Passion play
  • N Town
  • N town
  • The buffeting
  • Wakefield
  • The scourging
  • Wakefield
  • The crucifixion of Christ
  • York
  • Christ's death and burial
  • York
  • The harrowing of hell
  • The creation and the fall of the angels
  • Wakefield
  • The resurrection of the Lord
  • Wakefield
  • Christ appears to the disciples
  • Chester
  • The last judgment
  • Wakefield
  • Wakefield
  • The fall of man
  • York
  • The killing of Abel
  • Saints' play or conversion plays.
  • The conversion of St. Paul
  • Digby
  • Mary Magdalene
  • Digby
  • The play of the Sacrament
  • Croxton
  • The morality play.
  • The castle of perseverance
  • Mankind
  • Everyman
  • Humanist drama.
  • A Mery Play Betwene Johan Johan the Husbande, Tib his Wife, and Sir Johan the Preeste
  • John Heywood?
  • The play of the weather
  • John Heywood
  • Wit and science
  • John Redford
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxii, 1075 pages
Isbn
9780395139158
Lccn
74002846
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)02864488
  • (OCoLC)ocm02864488

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