|Statement||newly translated [from the Latin] and edited by L.C. Jane ; introduction by Cardinal Gasquet.|
|Series||The medieval library -- 15|
|Contributions||Jane, L. C.|
The Chronicle of Jocelin of Brakelond, Monk of St. Edmundsbury: A Picture of Monastic and Social Life in the 12th Century (Classic Reprint) by Jocelin De Brakelond (, Hardcover) Be . The chronicle of Jocelin of Brakelond, monk of St. Edmundsbury: a picture of monastic and social life in the XIIth century by Jocelin, de Brakelond, active ; Jane, Lionel Cecil, , ed. and tr ; Gasquet, Francis Aidan, Cardinal, Pages: The chronicle of Jocelin of Brakelond, monk of St. Edmundsbury: a picture of monastic and social life in the XIIth century,. [Jocelin, de Brakelond; Lionel Cecil Jane] Your Web browser is . THE CHRONICLE OF JOCELIN OF BRAKELOND, MONK OF ST. EDMUNDS- BURY: a Picture of Monastic and SocUl Life in the Xllth Centui7. Newly tnnilated, tiom the original Latin, with DOtea, table of datia relating to the Abbey of St. Edmundsbuiy, and index, by L. C. Jani, M.A. InttoductioD by the Right Rev. Abbot Gamdit.
Get this from a library! The chronicle of Jocelin of Brakelond, monk of St. Edmundsbury: a picture of monastic and social life in the XIIth century,. [Jocelin, de Brakelond; Lionel Cecil Jane; Francis Aidan Gasquet, Cardinal]. Jocelin of Brakelond was born in the middle of the twelfth century in Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. His name connects him with the quarter of the town called 'Brakelond' - there is still a street 4/5(1). Jump to navigation Jump to search. Jocelyn de Brakelond or Jocelin de Brakelonde (fl. latter half of 12th century) was an English monk and the author of a chronicle narrating the fortunes of the monastery of Bury St. Edmunds Abbey between and He is only known through his own work. Written by a monk of the Abbey of Bury St Edmunds in the 12th century, the cover blurb of this book will tell you that it's a chronicle of various happenings in that abbey over a period of some thirty years. Technically, that's true. Mostly, however, this book is a record of the author's—Jocelin of Brakelond's—overwhelming crush on Abbot Samson/5(20).
This narrative of events between the years and —as recorded by Jocelin of Brakelond, a monk who lived in the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, in the region of West Suffolk—affords many unique insights into the life of a medieval religious : $ The Chronicle of the Abbey of St. Edmunds is a chronicle setting the history of the Abbey at Bury St Edmunds, between the years and The chronicle was written in by Jocelin of Brakelond, a monk who lived in the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.. See also. Jocelyn de Brakelond; Bury St Edmunds Abbey; References. The Author. -Jocelin de Brakelond, the writer of the Chronicle called by his name, was a monk of Edmundsbury. The date of his birth is uncertain, but as he became a novice in that abbey in , we may suppose that he was born not later than Translated from the Latin by L. C. Jane and with a preface by Cardinal book contains the chronicle of Jocelin of Brakelond, Monk of St. Edmundsbury, presenting a picture of monastic and social life in the 12th century. pages. Seller Inventory #