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The hagiographic Book II is an account of twenty-two miracles [15] across Europe attributed to Saint James, both during his life and after his death. Its oversized pages were trimmed down during a restoration in In other projects Wikimedia Commons.

With some exceptions, each folio displays a single column of thirty-four lines of text. There were also several other objects of worth stolen from the Cathedral found in the home of the former employee. Book IV had been torn off ineither by accident, theft or at the decree of King Philip IIIand it was reinstated during congaudeaht restoration. Retrieved from ” https: On and Off the Road to Santiago.

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A Cultural Crossroads at the Edge of Europecongaudesnt. Olive Press Newspaper – Theolivepress. Codex Calixtinus was long held in the archives of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela and was rediscovered there by the Jesuit scholar Padre Fidel Fita in James”, Codex Calixtinus is the archetype manuscript for the composite Liber sancti Jacobi.


It commemorates the life, death and translation of the remains of St.

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These passages are of great interest to musicologists as they include early examples of polyphony. In Ole Peter Grell.

Devotions and Pilgrimages in the Netherlandsp. The Pilgrimage Road to Santiago. It is a pseudepigraph attributed to Pope Callixtus II ; its principal author or compilator is referred to as “Pseudo-Callixtus”, often identified with French scholar Aymeric Picaud.

It describes the coming of Charlemagne to Spain, his defeat at the Battle of Roncevaux Pass and the death of the knight Roland.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. On 4 Julythe codex was catholci in the garage of a former employee of the Cathedral. The History of Basque Routledge: The compilation is most likely due to the French scholar Aymeric Picaud.

James; discusses the route to Compostela in both physical and spiritual terms; and celebrates the blessings of the saint bestowed on the pilgrims of the route, on Spain and on Galicia.

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Archived from the original on The compilation of Codex Calixtinus predatesmost likely taking place during the late s to early s. In later years the legend became somewhat of an embarrassment in its depiction of Saint James as a bloodthirsty avenger cathooici after his death.


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Liber de translatione corporis sancti Jacobi ad Compostellam. Throughout northern Spain along the Way of St. The former cathedral employee was convicted of the theft of the codex and of EUR 2. The scallop shell is a symbol for Saint James. The letter of Pope Callixtus II which opens the book, occupies both recto and verso of the catohlici two folios. Iter pro peregrinis ad Compostellam.

Retrieved 4 July This widely publicized and multi-copied book describing the legend of Santiago Matamoros or ‘St. Studies in Late-Medieval Religious Life: The chapter also includes an account of Cobgaudeant defeat of conaudeant giant Saracen Ferragut.

Book V is a wealth of practical advice for pilgrims, [18] informing them where they should stop, relics they should venerate, sanctuaries they should visit, bad food they should be wary of [19] and commercial scams, including in the author’s opinion, other churches who claimed to hold relics of St.