2 edition of Partheneia sacra, 1633. found in the catalog.
Partheneia sacra, 1633.
Also attributed to Herbert Aston.
|Statement||[Introd. by Karl Joseph Höltgen.|
|Genre||Prayers and devotions.|
|Series||English emblem books -- no. 10.|
|Contributions||Aston, Herbert, b. 1614.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||271|
JOSEPH S. SALEMI. If only in its brevity and reticence, As with emblem books, an hypostatization of sorrow. 15 ↤ 15 The emblematic image of the “weeping heavens” occurs also in Henry Hawkins’s Partheneia Sacra, (Menston, Yorks.: Scolar Press, ), pp. MISZELLE MISZELLE HENRY ANNESLEY A Recusant's Progress from Oxfordshire to Bavaria In bis Bibliographicai Collections and Notes, published in , t mentions a copy of the English emblem book on the Blessed Virgin, Partheneia Sacra ([Rouen], ) written by H.A. Despite these false initiale on the title-page, Hazlitt, in accordance with .
Early Modern Catholicism makes available in modern spelling and punctuation substantial Catholic contributions to literature, history, political thought, devotion, and theology in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. Rather than perpetuate the usual stereotypes and misinformation, it provides a fresh look at Catholic writing long suppressed, marginalized, and . His book had to be smuggled into the country from Rouen and St Omer, and few copies have survived. "Partheneia Sacra" is an important example of the fusion of emblem and meditation It makes use of the long tradition of garden symbolism in Marian devotion. Hawkins turns these traditional symbols into full emblematic meditations.
THE MARKS OF MONITORY MEMORY: AN ANALYSIS OF THE SHEPHEARD BUSS REBUS IN LIGHT OF THE MORAL AGENDA OF CLAUDE PARADIN’S HEROICALL DEVICES J. R. Rallens Abstract: A preoccupation with virtue was embodied in many literary and aesthetic forms in early modern England, including the popular genre of emblem Size: KB. A page from Henry Hawkins’ ‘Partheneia sacra’ Among Henry’s own compositions was Partheneia sacra (), subtitled ‘the mysterious and delicious garden of the sacred Parthenes’. In this work the image of the garden offers a framework for devotion and twenty-four symbols associated with the Virgin Mary provide its main themes.
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Partheneia Sacra or the Mysterious and Delicious Garden of the Sacred Parthenes; Symbolically Set Forth and Enriched with Pious Devises and Emblemes C [Hawkins, Henry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Henry Hawkins. Partheneia Sacra First Edition By Henry Hawkins Printed In Rouen by Jean Cousturier And Smuggled into England.
The Volume is in Very Good Condition bound in half caff over marbled boards with the spine divided into five gilt-stamped compartments, with a red morocco letter-piece in the second compartment from the top, with the leaf edges 1633.
book speckled. Externally the. Genre/Form: Prayers and devotions: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hawkins, Henry.
Partheneia sacra, [Menston, Eng.] Scolar Press, Partheneia sacra or the mysterious and delicious garden of the sacred parthenes ; symbolically set forth and enriched with pious devises and emblemes contriued al to the honour of the incomparable Virgin Marie by: Author: Henry Hawkins: Publisher: printed Partheneia sacra John Cousturier, Original from: Lyon Public Library (Bibliothèque jésuite des Fontaines).
A devotional book, written in honour of the Virgin Mary by the English Jesuit, Henry Hawkins (). It is a major example of the fusion of emblem and meditation, and makes use of the long tradition of garden symbolism in Marian devotion. Partheneia sacra, or, The mysterious and delicious garden of the sacred Parthenes: symbolically set forth and enriched with pious devises and emblemes for the entertainment of deuout soules, contriued al to the honour of the incomparable Virgin Marie, Mother of God, for the pleasure and deuotion especially of the parthenian sodalitie of her Immaculate ConceptionPages: HENRY HAWKINS AND PARTHENEIA SACRA By WOLFGANG LOTTES IN Rosemary Freeman's pioneering study English Emblem Books,' more than thirty pages are devoted to the Jesuit author Henry Hawkins and his chief work Partheneia Sacra ([Rouen], I), the most important Catholic emblem book in English literature.
Miss Freeman's detailed criticism. Topics: Mary, Mother of Jesus Christ, Mary, Mother of Jesus Christ, Emblems., Devotion to Mary, Mother of Jesus Emblem books, FacsimilesAuthor:. Henry Hawkins. Partheneia sacra. Or The mysterious and delicious garden of the sacred Parthenes symbolically set forth and enriched with pious deuises and emblemes for the entertainement of deuout soules; contriued al to the honour of the incomparable Virgin Marie mother of God; for the pleasure and deuotion especially of the Parthenian sodalitie of her Immaculate Conception.
Henry Hawkins, in Partheneia Sacra (), wrote that tears are an oasis in the "Libian Desert" of the world; they are the "Milk of Nature, wherewith she is. PLAYING SPACES IN EARLY WOMEN’S DRAMA From the Abbess of Barking to Aphra Behn, women manipulated Hawkins, Partheneia Sacra () [By permission of the Trustees of the National Library of Scotland] 67 This book has turned into a much bigger project than I.
), ; for the medieval symbol persisting in a recusant emblem book Henry Hawkins, Partheneia Sacra, ( Menston: Scholar Press), 6 William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Ed.
Partheneia Sacra,Henry Hawkins Sancta Sophia,Augustine Baker Drama The Pardoner and the Friar, ca.John Heywood Iphigeneia in Aulis, ca.Jane Lumley Cenodoxus,Jacob Bidermann Hamlet,William Shakespeare Measure for Measure,William Shakespeare Pericles,William ShakespearePrice: $ In Partheneia Sacra (), Henry Hawkins writes: ‘The Virgin was a Garden round beset / With Rose, and Lillie, and sweet Violet.
/ Where fragrant Sents, without distast of Sinne, / Invited GOD the Sonne to enter in.’ 18 Elsewhere, Author: A. Cousins. Commonwealth" (p. 90), transforms our understanding of this emblem book of Elsewhere, Bath's analysis of the Jesuit Henry Hawkins* Partheneia Sacra of is written from the heart and it is a truly fine explication of several of the most.
A page from Henry Hawkins’ ‘Partheneia sacra’ Among Henry’s own compositions was Partheneia sacra (), subtitled ‘the mysterious and delicious garden of the sacred Parthenes’. In this work the image of the garden offers a framework for devotion and twenty-four symbols associated with the Virgin Mary provide its main themes.
Books and Renaissance Culture Michael Bath addresses the problem of using a multiplicity of names to symbolize one sing emblematics and Henry HawkinÕs Partheneia Sacra (),Bath writes that it may seem problematical that the Blessed Virgin is.
Henry Hawkins (Jesuit) Henry Hawkins ( – 18 August ) was an English Jesuit writer. His best known work is the emblem book Partheneia Sacra: Or the Mysterious and Delicious Garden of the Sacred Parthenes (originally published in ; reprinted in.
• Hawkins, Henry, Partheneia sacra (Rouen ) • Hugo, Herman, Pia desideria (Antwerp ) with English translation (London ) • Kreihing, Johannes, Emblematica ethico-politica (Antwerp ) • La Rue, Charles de, Carminum libri quatuor (Paris ) & Idyllia (Rouen ).
The title, and the meditational mechanism of many of the poems, participates in a trend followed by a very different devotional work, Partheneia Sacra (), by the Jesuit Henry Hawkins. Hawkins’ “Symbolical Theologie”  uses symbols from Nature (particularly gardens and related topoi) to praise and meditate upon the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Partheneia sacra; or the mysterious and delicious garden of the sacred Parthenes symbolically set forth and enriched with pious devises and emblemes for the entertainment of devout soules by H.A. [Rouen]: John Cousturier, 8 o ( x mm).
Engraved additional title by P. van Langeren, full-page engraving of the garden and 48 engraved devices. The second reading of the iris as the "radiant and refulgent Bow of Heaven" (Holtgen 92) remained commonplace enough in the early modern period for Henry Hawkins, a Jesuit emblematist, to adapt the image for its religious symbolism in his Partheneia Sacra () (Holtgen ), indicating that both Catholics and Protestants could fashion long.Frontispiece Engraving Henry Hawkins Partheneia Sacra > >>Next Image>>.