By David Rollason, Margaret Harvey, Michael Prestwich
This examine of Anglo-Norman Durham's historical past, structure, artwork, and spiritual and literary tradition covers a lot floor, together with the Cathedral Priory and its dating to monastic reform; the careers of the prince bishops; reports of the stunning fort; the connection among Durham and the Scottish kings; the structure of the cathedral; and Durham manuscripts and texts, that includes historic compilations and the extraordinary outdated English poem De situ Dunelmi.
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S. Offler (SS 179; 1968) De miraculis Capitula (liber) de miraculis et translationibus sancti Cuthberti, Concerning the Miracles and Translations of St Cuthbert. This is a collection of twenty-one miracle stories relating to St Cuthbert and composed in the late eleventh and twelfth centuries. They are cited here from the edition by Thomas Arnold in Sym. Op. I, 229-61, and II, 333-62. Arnold assigned to each miracle a chapter number and this is used in references in the present volume with in brackets a page reference to his edition; for example, De miraculis, ch.
MAADC Medieval Art and Architecture at Durham Cathedral, ed. S. S. Offler, 'The Tractate De iniusta vexacione Willelmi epsicopi primi', EHR 66 (1951), pp. 321-41 Orderic The Ecclesiastical History of Orderic Vitalis, ed. ; Oxford, 1969-80) PL Patrologiae cursus completus, series latina, ed. P. ; Paris, 1844-64) Regesta Regesta Regum Anglo Normannorum, I, ed. C. Davis; II, ed. C. A. Cronne; III and IV, ed. H. A. C. Davis (Oxford, 1913-70) Rites Rites of Durham, ed. T. Fowler (SS 107; 1902) RRS Regesta Regum Scottorum 1153-1424, I, ed.
Reginald's story of the marble pavement is told in the context of a miracle performed at sea by Cuthbert. W. Jones, Saint Nicholas of Myra, Bari and Manhattan (Chicago, 1978). Durham had, exceptionally early, an illustrated life of St Nicholas; see V. Ortenberg, The English Church and the Continent in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries (Oxford, 1992), p. 73. Some idea of the changes at Durham may be derived by comparing the kalendars printed in Wormald, English Kalendars, pp. L, MS Digby 63 and English Benedictine Kalendars, pp.