Guthlac dari Crowland

Guthlac dari Crowland (bahasa Inggris Kuno: Gūðlāc; bahasa Latin: Guthlacus; 6743 April 714[1] atau 715[2]) adalah seorang eremit Anglo Saxon dan santo Kristen dari Lincolnshire, Inggris. Dia sangat dihormati di the Fens, Inggris timur, dan hari pestanya dilangsungkan pada tanggal 11 April.

Santo Guthlac dari Crowland
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St Guthlac
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Kerajaan Mercia
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Croyland, Kerajaan Mercia
Dihormati diGereja Katolik Roma
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Pesta11 April

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  • Felix, Vita Sancti Guthlaci, early 8th-century Latin prose Life of St Guthlac:
    • Colgrave, Bertram (ed. and tr.). Felix's Life of Saint Guthlac. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1956
  • Old English prose translation/adaptation (late 9th or early 10th century) of the Life of St Guthlac by Felix:
    • Gonser, P. (ed.). Das angelsächsische Prosa-Leben des heiligen Guthlac. Anglistische Forschungen 27. Heidelberg, 1909
    • Goodwin, Charles Wycliffe (ed. and tr.) The Anglo-Saxon Version of the Life of St. Guthlac, Hermit of Crowland. London, 1848
  • Two chapters from the Old English prose adaptation as incorporated into Vercelli Homily 23
    • Scragg, D. G. (ed.) The Vercelli Homilies and Related Texts. EETS 300. Oxford: University Press, 1992
  • Guthlac A and Guthlac B (Old English poems):
    • Roberts, Jane (ed.) The Guthlac Poems of the Exeter Book. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979
    • Krapp, G. and E. V. K. Dobbie (eds.). The Exeter Book. Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records 3. 1936. 49–88
    • Bradley, S. A. J. (tr.) Anglo-Saxon Poetry. London: Everyman, 1982
    • Muir, Bernard J. (2000), The Exeter anthology of Old English poetry: an edition of Exeter Dean and Chapter MS 3501 (edisi ke-2nd), University of Exeter Press, ISBN 0-85989-630-7 
  • Harley Roll or Guthlac Roll (BL, Harleian Roll Y.6)
    • Warner, G. F. (ed.). The Guthlac Roll. Roxburghe Club, 1928. 25 plates in facsimile

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  • Black, John R. (2007), "Tradition and Transformation in the Cult of St. Guthlac in Early Medieval England", The Heroic Age, 10 
  • Cubitt, Catherine. "Memory and narrative in the cult of early Anglo-Saxon saints" The Uses of the Past in the Early Middle Ages, ed. Matthew Innes
  • Olsen, Alexandra. Guthlac of Croyland: a Study of Heroic Hagiography. Washington, 1981
  • Powell, Stephen D. "The Journey Forth: Elegiac Consolation in Guthlac B." English Studies 79 (1998), pp. 489–500
  • Roberts, Jane. "The Old English Prose Translation of Felix’s Vita Sancti Guthlaci" Studies in Earlier Old English Prose: Sixteen Original Contributions, ed. Paul E. Szarmach. Albany, 1986, pp. 363–379
  • Roberts, Jane. "An inventory of early Guthlac materials" Mediaeval Studies 32 (1970), pp. 193–233
  • Sharma, Manish. "A Reconsideration of Guthlac A: The Extremes of Saintliness". Journal of English and Germanic Philology 101 (2002), pp. 185–200
  • Shook, Laurence K. "The Burial Mound in 'Guthlac A'". Modern Philology 58, 1 (August 1960), pp. 1–10
  • Soon Ai, Low. "Mental Culturation in Guthlac B". Neophilologus 81 (1997), pp. 625–636
  • Roberts, Jane. "Guthlac of Crowland, a Saint for Middle England." Fursey Occasional Paper 3. Norwich: Fursey Pilgrims, 2009. 1–36 [1]
  • Williams, Howard (2006), Death And Memory in Early Medieval Britain, Cambridge Studies in Archaeology, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0-521-84019-8 
  • Roberts, Jane (2005), Brown, Michelle P.; Farr, Carol Ann, ed., Hagiography and literature: the case of Guthlac of Crowland, Mercia: An Anglo-Saxon Kingdom In Europe, Continuum International, hlm. 69–86, ISBN 0-8264-7765-8 

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