By Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie
Brillante et courte synthèse, suggestive et instructive, des résultats de près d’un demi-siècle de recherches historiennes sur le climat.
Un élément essentiel dans les débats en cours sur l’avenir de los angeles planète.
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W. Burgess, Studies in Eusebian and Post-Eusebian Chronography (Stuttgart, 1999), 21–2 and 31–2 n. 11. 63 His chronology was based upon meticulous calculation and the Chronici canones achieved a unprecedented degree of accuracy. 64 Like his contemporary St Augustine of Hippo, Jerome (c. 347–c. 420) was an accomplished exegete and scriptural scholar. 65 Jerome recognised the value and importance of the Chronici canones. 66 Jerome dated the Incarnation of Christ to annus mundi 5199, and this became the traditional date for the Incarnation in the West.
3 De temporibus, 16, lines 20–23: ‘Sexta quae nunc agitur, nulla generationum uel temporum serie certa’. 4 De natura rerum, preface, lines 5–6: ‘Tu fixa obsecro perennem / Qui legis astra, super mente tuere diem’. B. Kendall and F. Wallis, Bede: On the Nature of Things and On Times (Liverpool, 2010), 71. 5 De temporum ratione, 3, lines 34–42: ‘Quae, quia uana et a nostra fide aliena est obseruatio, neglecta ea uideamus’. 1 2 Bede and the End of Time 36 The Accusation of Heresy Bede was accused of heresy in 708.
Wallis, Bede: On the Nature of Things and On Times (Liverpool, 2010), 44–56. 7 Chronology and the World Ages in De temporibus 19 clues about its date of composition. The main body of the work is prefaced by four lines of verse which are preserved in numerous manuscripts under the title ‘a poem of Bede the priest’ (versus Bedae presbiteri). 703), but no autograph manuscript of De natura rerum has survived and it is possible that the title of the quatrain may not have originated with Bede himself.