3 edition of Partheneia sacra found in the catalog.
|Statement||Henry Hawkins ; introduction by Karl Josef Höltgen.|
|LC Classifications||BT608.5 .H38 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14, , 271 p. :|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||93004443|
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Through a parallel reading of the Jesuit Henry Hawkins's emblem book, Partheneia Sacra, and the gentlewoman's images, especially flowers in the Marian garden, Holroyd sheds light on the latter's devotional practices, in which veneration of the Immaculate Conception was prominent. 5. - historical gardens - plans and drawings. Pozrite si ďalšie nápady na tému Tajné záhrady, Fontánky a Skicár pins.
Two of the emblem books discussed by Freeman have titles of this kind: Henry Hawkins's Partheneia Sacra () and E. M.'s Ashrea (). ↑ On "The Pulley,"see Bauer ; on the emblematic interplay of mystification and explanation − ↑. Henry Hawkins, in Partheneia Sacra (), wrote that tears are an oasis in the "Libian Desert" of the world; they are the "Milk of Nature, wherewith she is disposed to suckle creatures at her own breast." And secular poetry, fiction, and drama are full of references to the pleasures of : Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
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Partheneia Sacra First Edition By Henry Hawkins Printed In Rouen by Jean Cousturier And Smuggled into England. The Volume is in Very Good Condition bound in half caff over marbled boards with the spine Partheneia sacra book into five gilt-stamped compartments, with a red morocco letter-piece in the second compartment from the top, with the leaf edges red speckled.
Externally the. Partheneia sacra or the mysterious and delicious garden of the sacred parthenes ; symbolically set forth and enriched with pious devises and emblemes contriued al to the honour of the incomparable Virgin Marie by: Author: Henry Hawkins: Publisher: printed by John Cousturier, Original from: Lyon Public Library (Bibliothèque jésuite.
Genre/Form: Prayers and devotions: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hawkins, Henry. Partheneia sacra. Partheneia sacra book [Eng.] Hand and Flower Press, A devotional book, written in honour of the Virgin Mary by the English Jesuit, Henry Hawkins (). It is a major example of the fusion of emblem and meditation, and makes use of the long tradition of garden symbolism in Marian devotion.
Partheneia Sacra or the Mysterious and Delicious Garden of the Sacred Parthenes; Symbolically Set Forth and Enriched with Pious Devises and Emblemes C Paperback – J by Henry Hawkins (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback, J Author: Henry Hawkins. HENRY HAWKINS AND PARTHENEIA SACRA By WOLFGANG LOTTES IN Rosemary Freeman's pioneering study English Emblem Books,' more than thirty pages are devoted to the Jesuit author Henry Hawkins and his chief work Partheneia Sacra ([Rouen], I), the most important Catholic emblem book in English literature.
Miss Freeman's detailed criticism. Partheneia sacra; or the mysterious and delicious garden of the sacred Parthenes symbolically set forth and enriched with pious devises and emblemes for the entertainment of devout soules by H.A.
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An emblem book is a book collecting emblems (allegorical illustrations) with accompanying explanatory text, typically morals or poems. This category of books was popular in Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries. Emblem books are collections of sets of three elements: an icon or image, a motto, and text explaining the connection between the image and motto.
A page from Henry Hawkins’ ‘Partheneia sacra’ Among Henry’s own compositions was Partheneia sacra (), subtitled ‘the mysterious and delicious garden of the sacred Parthenes’. In this work the image of the garden offers a framework for devotion and twenty-four symbols associated with the Virgin Mary provide its main themes.
Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Return to Main Site: Library Catalogs & Databases. Beinecke Digital Collections. Home > Meditationes sacrae. Biblia Sacra. WORLD YALE BRBL. Partheneia Sacra. There it briefly thrived, reaching its apogee in the early modern period as the eponymous subject of Henry Hawkins’ emblem book, Partheneia Sacra.
The Virgin in (and as) the garden still lives a half‐life today, continuing to appear without our recognizing it in medieval and Renaissance artwork, in hymns, in the names of flowers, and in.
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Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.
Excerpt: quorum aliqui hoc faâum afserunt anno The Jesuits and the Emblem Tradition: Selected Papers of the Leuven International Emblem Conference, August, Ars Sacra is an unique tribute to years of Christian art, architecture and spirituality. This glorious tome takes the reader on a tour through seventeen centuries of sacral art, architecture, and culture, from the late antiquity to the middle ages, renaissance, baroque, art nouveau to works by contemporary artists such as Marc Chagall and Gerhard Richter/5.
HENRY ANNESLEY A Recusant's Progress from Oxfordshire to Bavaria In bis Bibliographicai Collections and Notes, published int mentions a copy of the English emblem book on the Blessed Virgin, Partheneia Sacra ([Rouen], ) written by H.A.
Despite these false initiale on the title-page, Hazlitt, in accordance with earlier bibliographers, identified the author. This book seeks to define the emblem's importance in the literary systems of English Renaissance culture.
It examines the relationship between emblems and formal rhetoric and explores the place which the emblem occupied in the theoretical treatises on symbols of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Partheneia sacra. Or The mysterious and delicious garden of the sacred Parthenes symbolically set forth and enriched with pious deuises and emblemes for the entertainement of deuout soules; contriued al to the honour of the incomparable Virgin Marie mother of God; for the pleasure and deuotion especially of the Parthenian sodalitie of her Immaculate Conception.
Hawkins, Partheneia Sacra, xviii. The Protestant reign of Eliza-beth I and the related animosity towards Catholics meant that Hawkins' audience was likely reading in secret.
His book had to be smuggled into the country from Rouen and St Omer, and few copies have survived. "Partheneia Sacra" is an important example of the fusion of emblem and meditation It makes use of the long tradition of garden symbolism in Marian devotion.
Hawkins turns these traditional symbols into full emblematic meditations. The second reading of the iris as the "radiant and refulgent Bow of Heaven" (Holtgen 92) remained commonplace enough in the early modern period for Henry Hawkins, a Jesuit emblematist, to adapt the image for its religious symbolism in his Partheneia Sacra () (Holtgen ), indicating that both Catholics and Protestants could fashion long.emblem book, Partheneia Sacra, and the gentlewoman's images, especially flowers in the Marian garden, Holroyd sheds light on the latter's devotional practices, in which veneration of the Immaculate Conception was prominent.
Under the title. ‘Partheneia Sacra. Or the Mysteriovs and Deliciovs Garden of the Sacred Parthenes; Symbolically set forth and enriched with pious devises and emblemes of devovt sovles; Contriued al to the honovr of the Incomparable Virgin Marie, Mother of God; For the pleasure and deuotion of the Parthenian Sodalitie of her Immaculate Conception, by H.