The Life of Margaret of Ypres (Peregrina Translation Series) by Thomas De Cantimpre

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Subjects:

  • Margaret, of Ypres, 1216-1237,
  • Women mystics,
  • Biography/Autobiography

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ContributionsMargot H. King (Translator)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages93
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11445140M
ISBN 100920669506
ISBN 109780920669501

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Life. Information on Margaret comes from a biography, The Life of Margaret Ypres by Thomas of Cantimpré written in Margaret was born in Ypres into a well-off middle class family. Her father died when she was four and Margaret, with her mother and three sisters, went to live with an uncle.

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The Second Battle Ypres was fought April 22 to, during World War I () and saw the Germans conduct a limited offensive around the strategic town of Ypres in Flanders. The Dominican Thomas of Cantimpre (c. ) was a key figure in the 'evangelical awakening' of the thirteenth century.

A prolific hagiographer, he lauded such diverse subjects as the abbot and apostolic preacher John of Cantimpre; the teenage saint Margaret of Ypres, an urban recluse who died at 21; Lutgard of Aywieres, a Cistercian nun and mystic; and the theatrical, mentally troubled.

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She struggled throughout her life to balance an independent spirit and artistic temperament with her duties as a member of Britain’s royal family. Thomas of Cantimpré: The Collected Saints' Lives: Abbot John of Cantimpré, Christina the Astonishing, Margaret of Ypres, and Lutgard of Aywières Editor Barbara Newman Book series: Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts,   The life of Margaret of Ypres: Thomas: Books - Skip to main content.

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He never met her, but when visiting a fellow Dominican in Lille, Thomas heard about the recently deceased Margaret and was struck by the wonders of her life and death. Chronology: The Life of Christina the Astonishing: Abbot John of Cantimpré, Christina the Astonishing, Margaret of Ypres, and Lutgard of Aywières January DOI: /-EB Thomas of Cantimpré (Latin: Thomās Cantimpratensis or Thomās Cantipratensis) (Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, – Leuven, 15 May ) was a Flemish Roman Catholic medieval writer, preacher, theologian and – most important – a friar belonging to the Dominican is best known for the encyclopedia on nature De natura rerum, for the moral text Bonum universale de Apibus and for his.

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Grey field of Flanders, grim old battle-plain,What armies held the iron line round Ypres in the rain,From Bixschoote to Baecelaere and down to the Lys river.

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