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Title: Cudowność przyrody w Opisie Pańskich dziwów i cudów w Jerozolimie Perdikasa z Efezu
Other Titles: The miracles of nature in Expositio of Perdicas Ephesius
Authors: Budzanowska, Dominika
Keywords: Byzantium
Perdicas of Ephesus
Holy Land
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Poznańskiego Towarzystwa Przyjaciół Nauk
Citation: Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium, 2012, nr XXII/1, s. 39-57
Abstract: Perdicas of Ephesus lived probably in XIVth century in Constantinople. He was cleric and prothonotary of Ephesus. Perdicas visited Jerusalem, Bethany, Bethpage and Bethlehem. He as writer and pilgrim described in his poem, which consists of 259 verses, the miraculous events and places connected principally with Jesus’s and his mother’s history. A poem written by Perdicas indicates the great role of nature: sky, clouds, light, rocks, stones, water and plants, which glorify their Creator and serve Him in miraculous places of the Holy Land, occupied by Saracens.
Description: XIV saeculo Constantinopoli vitam agebat Perdicas Ephesius, qui clericus ac protonotarius Ephesi patriarchae erat. Ille peregrinator et scriptor Hierosolyma, Bethaniam, Bethphage and Bethlehem visitabat. Perdicas poema fecit, in quo loca sancta in ducentis quinquaginta novem versibus descripsit. Hic poeta etiam de natura pulchra Palaestinae narrat. Caelum, nebulae, lux, rupes, lapides, aqua plantaeque mire adorant Creatorem suum et serviunt Deo in locis Terrae Sanctae, quae a Saracenis occupata sunt.
ISBN: 978-83-7654-082-5
ISSN: 0302-7384
Appears in Collections:Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium, 2012, nr XXII/1

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