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  • Aelfric — (* 955; † 1020) war einer der bedeutendsten Gelehrten des angelsächsischen Mönchtums. Aelfrics Beiname war Grammaticus. Aelfric wuchs im Kloster Winton unter Abt Ethelwold auf und wurde um 971 Mönch der Benediktinerabtei Abingdon. Von Bischof… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Aelfric — (spr. ǟl ), Name von vier angelsächs. Kirchenmännern, deren Persönlichkeiten und Werke häufig verwechselt werden: 1) Abt von Malmesbury, am Ende des 10. Jahrh., dem ein nicht mehr vorhandenes Werk: »De naturis rerum«, beigelegt wird. – 2) A. von… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Aelfric — (izg. èlfrik) (zvan Grammaticus) (955 1020) DEFINICIJA anglosaksonski pisac crkvenih propovijedi koje se uvrštavaju među najbolja djela staroengleske književnosti …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Aelfric — [al′frik] 955? 1020?; Eng. abbot & writer: called the Grammarian …   English World dictionary

  • Aelfric — (Ælfric, “the Grammarian”) (ca. 955–ca. 1012)    Aelfric was the most important prose writer of the OLD ENGLISH language.He was a Benedictine monk and the greatest scholar of the period known as the “Benedictine Renaissance” in England, a late… …   Encyclopedia of medieval literature

  • Aelfric — (c. 955–c. 1020)    Theologian. Aelfric joined the Benedictine community at Winchester; later he moved to Cerne Abbas and in 1005 he was elected the first Abbot of Eynsham. He was the author of an English homily on the liturgical year and another …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • AElfric — /al frik/, n. ( AElfric Grammaticus ; AElfric the Grammarian ) A.D. c955 c1020, English abbot and writer. * * * ▪ Anglo Saxon scholar flourished c. 955–c. 1025, probably Eynsham, Oxfordshire, Eng.       Anglo Saxon prose writer, considered the… …   Universalium

  • AElfric — /al frik/, n. ( AElfric Grammaticus ; AElfric the Grammarian ) A.D. c955 c1020, English abbot and writer …   Useful english dictionary

  • AELFRIC — (955 1020)    English Benedictine PRIEST who sought to revive CHRISTIANITY by promoting the translation of texts into English for use by the Clergy. His work also had an important SECULAR impact in promoting the English language …   Concise dictionary of Religion

  • AElfric — Æl•fric [[t]ˈæl frɪk[/t]] n. big (“Ælfric Grammaticus”; “Ælfric the Grammarian”) a.d. c955–c1020, English abbot and writer …   From formal English to slang

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