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2012 Benjamin Daniel Weber, ON GEWRITUM CYTHATH MODELS OF TRANSLATION IN ANGLO SAXON ENGLAND. Benjamin Daniel Weber Ph D,Cornell University 2012. This dissertation argues for a new understanding of translation in Anglo. Saxon England based on careful studies of poetry translated from Latin into Old. English The traditional approach to Anglo Saxon translation focuses on the. educational reforms of Alfred the Great obscuring to some extent the variety and. sophistication of Anglo Saxon responses to Latin literature This project. demonstrates that variety through close studies of four Old English texts the. Phoenix Exeter Book riddles 35 and 40 the Meters of Boethius and Judgment Day II. These studies which occupy the individual chapters of the dissertation show that. the Alfredian approach was merely one among many distinct varieties of. translation practiced during the Anglo Saxon period This project concludes by. indicating some directions in which scholars might focus their efforts to better. understand the dynamic relationship of Old English to Latin revealed in Anglo. Saxon practices of translation,BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH. Benjamin D Weber began his Ph D in Medieval Studies at Cornell in 2006. after earning a Bachelor s Degree in English from Princeton University in 2004 and. participating in a two year postbaccalaureate program at Columbia University from. 2004 2006 He continued to pursue his interest in English and Latin literature. through his Ph D focusing on Old English literature with minor fields in Middle. English and Medieval Latin literature His particular interests within the field of. medieval literature include translation etymology and the use of vernacular. literature to negotiate relationships to figures of authority His academic life has. been supported unfailingly by his wife Naomi and his free time made. immeasureably richer by the birth of his daughter Melanie in February of 2011. To my best girls Naomi and Melanie,ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. Even with a project such as this nominally the work of a single person there. are a great many people to thank without whose help it likely would have never. been completed First are my committee members Tom Andy and Samantha. whose constant guidance good humor and willingness to help have carried me since. I began my Ph D I would also like to thank Matt Spears Jessica Streit and Danielle. Wu for their friendship support and encouragement My family deserves no less. thanks especially Naomi who was bold enough to marry a scholar and whose hard. work and unconditional love have made the last few years of my degree much less. stressful and less lonely than they otherwise would have been Finally sincere. thanks are due to Sifu Sharif Bey and my classmates at Syracuse Kung Fu for giving. me a place where I didn t have to try to be smart all the time There are countless. others classmates and colleagues who deserve a spot on this page but whose. contributions must be ommitted for reasons of space To all them and to everyone. else who has ever been there for me I give my deepest thanks. TABLE OF CONTENTS,Introduction Alfred s Shadow 1,Chapter 1 Non Alfredian Exegesis in the 18.
Old English Phoenix,Chapter 2 Translation and Intellectual 56. Culture in Exeter Riddles 35 and 40,Chapter 3 Theory into Practice the 100. Alfredian Meters of Boethius,Chapter 4 Judgment Day II and the 145. Poetics of Confession,Conclusion Cultures of Translation 186. Works Cited 194,LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS,ASE Anglo Saxon England.
ASPR Anglo Saxon Poetic Records ed Krapp,and Dobbie 1931 53. CSEL Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum,Latinorum Vienna Hoelder Pichler. Tempsky 1886,DCP De Consolatione Philosophiae ed,Moreschini Leipzig K G Sauer Verlag. De Ave De Ave Phoenice ed Brandt and,Laubmann CSEL xxvii Vienna 1892. De Die De Die Iudicii ed Caie The Old English,Poem Judgement Day II a Critical.
Edition with Editions of De die iudicii,and the Hatton 113 Homily Be domes. daege Cambridge D S Brewer 2000,JDII Judgment Day II ed Caie The Old English. Poem Judgement Day II a Critical,Edition with Editions of De die iudicii. and the Hatton 113 Homily Be domes,daege Cambridge D S Brewer 2000. RSB Regula Sancti Benedicti ed Fry The Rule,of St Benedict in Latin and English with.
notes and thematic index Collegeville,Liturgical Press 1981. Introduction Alfred s Shadow, Alfred the Great the celebrated king of Wessex who died in 899 casts a long. shadow over Anglo Saxon literary history According to Robert Stanton he helped. to define an English literary culture at a time when Latin was the dominant high. status language Stanton Alfred 116 Stanton sees Alfred s educational reforms. conceived and carried out in spite of the constant threat of Viking invasion as the. precondition for the efflorescence of literary production that took place in tenth and. eleventh century England, Stanton argues that case most obviously when he states that English as a. literary language was born out of a program of translation and defined itself largely. in terms of differences between itself and the Latin language Stanton M other. Tongue 33 4 Nicole Discenza author of a recent book on Alfred s translation of. Boethius supports Stanton s assessment when she cites him in support of her claim. that Alfred started a process of legitimation that would not be complete for many. centuries Discenza 4 Discenza and Stanton thus both place Alfred at the. forefront of translation in Anglo Saxon England figuring him as the first great. translator who appropriated the authority of Latin literature for the vernacular. thus authorizing the use of English for high status literature during and after his. There is some truth to that claim Alfred s program of translation was. ambitious designed to address a precipitous decline in Latin learning Alfred claims. took place during the ninth century 1 Alfred s response to that decline places him. squarely in the middle of Discenza and Stanton s narrative of literary history in. Anglo Saxon England a story which begins with the arrival of Augustine of. Canterbury and his missionaries from Rome at the end of the sixth century When. they arrived Augustine and his followers brought the Latin language and new. technologies of writing and bookmaking with them Though historical evidence. from that period is scarce it seems that the Anglo Saxons embraced literacy and the. new religion with equal fervor 100 years after the missionaries had arrived Bede. was nearing the completion of his Ecclesiastical History a monument of Latin. learning and historical scholarship, Bede though he may have been the greatest scholar in early England was. hardly the only one The school of Theodore and Hadrian at Canterbury flourished. during that period and the famous churchman and poet Aldhelm began his career. during Bede s lifetime The celebrated twelfth century historian William of. Malmesbury paints a colorful picture of seventh century English learning in his. Gesta Pontificum, Populum eo tempore semibarbarum parum divinis sermonibus intentum statim.
cantatis missis domos cursitare solitum Ideo sanctum virum super pontem qui. rura et urbem continuat abeuntibus se opposuisse obicem quasi artem cantitandi. professum Eo plusquam semel facto plebis favorem et concursum emeritum Hoc. commento sensim inter ludicra verbis scripturarum insertis cives ad sanitatem. reduxisse qui si severe et cum excommunicatione agendum putasset profecto. profecisset nichil V 190, The people in that time were half barbarian scarcely intent on the divine services. accustomed to run home immediately after the mass had been sung So that holy. 1 See Stanton King Alfred 116 17 for Alfred s narrative of decline c f Morrish. who argues that Alfred exaggerated the decay of English learning for political. man i e Aldhelm stood opposite the departing crowd on the bridge which joined. the city and the surrounding countryside as if he were a professional in the art of. singing After having done so more than once he won the favor and attention of the. people By this strategy he led the people back to health inserting words of. Scripture among the foolishness That man had he thought to proceed harshly by. threat of excommunication would surely have accomplished nothing. This anecdote long a favorite of Anglo Saxonists comes from the account of. Aldhelm s life that makes up the last book of the Gesta Pontificum In its description. of Aldhelm s unorthodox preaching style this passage supports two important. orthodoxies about early Anglo Saxon culture The first is that within the walls of. the monasteries the late seventh century was a golden age of learning during which. men like Aldhelm and Bede were educated to the highest standard of Latinity The. second is that Old English poetry was at that time still an oral art form recited aloud. for a listening audience In the figure of Aldhelm William unites the traditions of. monastic Latin scholarship and Anglo Saxon oral poetry but preserves the. distinction between the two Latin literature is represented by Scripture what has. been written while Old English poetry is a discipline of oral performance the ars. cantitandi, Aldhelm s extant works affirm this distinction despite his reputation as a. vernacular poet only his Latin writings survive 2 The fact that two of Aldhelm s. Latin riddles were translated into very sensitive and highly literate Old English. verse though calls this distinction into question One of the fringe benefits of. studying poetic translation is the way such a study problematizes the traditional. divide between Germanic orality and Latin literacy Points of seeming division for. 2 For the suggestion that some of Aldhelm s vernacular poetry survives in the Old. English Maxims see Wright Blood, example can also be viewed as intimate yet independent response That tendency. manifests most visibly in this project in a basic feature of supposedy oral Old. English rhetoric poetic repetition generally thought to be characteristic of the oral. formulaic style shows up again and again in the translated poems but often stands. in quite precisely for Latin rhetorical devices which have no equivalent in Old. Some 150 years after Aldhelm s death Alfred the Great king of the West. Saxons painted a much different picture of English learning in his translation of. Gregory the Great s Pastoral Care 4, Swa cl ne hio w s o feallenu on Angelkynne tte swi e feawe w ron behionan. Humbre e hiora enunga cu en understandan on Englisc o e fur um an. rendgewrit of L dene on Englisc areccan ic wene tte nauht monige. begeondan Humbre n ran Swa feawe hiora w ron tte ic fur um anne anlepne. ne m g ge encean besu an Temese a a ic to rice feng Alfred Pastoral Care 2. So completely was it i e learning decayed in England that there were very few. men south of the Humber i e in the southern part of England where Alfred ruled. who could understand the Mass in English or even translate any written message. from Latin into English and I expect that there were not many such beyond the. Humber There were so few of those men that I cannot think of a single one south of. the Thames when I became king, Alfred s grim diagnosis of the state of English learning must be understood in its.
proper historical context He took the throne in 871 at a time when the various. kingdoms of England suffered greatly at the hands of the Vikings Since the close of. 3 Lapidge 223 30 provides a concise history of the oral formulaic hypothesis. originating with Parry s studies of Homer and brought to bear on Old English by. Magoun In discussing Aldhelm s use of formulae Lapidge demonstrates that. repetition does not necessarily indicate oral composition and that Anglo Latin texts. have much to offer as evidence for orality and literacy in Anglo Saxon England. 4 This preface has over the years attracted quite a bit of scholarly attention The. principle studies are Stanley Shippey Orton Hupp and Morrish as well as. Stanton Culture 60 3 and Discenza English 13 15, the eighth century the Vikings had been raiding England beginning with the sack of. the monastery at Lindisfarne in 793 The D version of the Anglo Saxon Chronicle. records the arrival of the Vikings in a memorable entry. AN dccxciii Her w ron re e forebecna cumene ofer Nor hymbra land 7 t folc. earmlic bregdon t w ron ormete odenas 7 ligrescas 7 fyrenne dracan w ron. gesewene on am lifte fleogende am tacnum sona fyligde mycel hunger 7 litel. fter am s ilcan gearas on vi idus Ianuarii earmlice h enra manna hergunc. adilegode Godes cyrican in Lindisfarnaee urh hreaflac 7 mansliht 7 Sicga for ferde. on viii kalendas Martius Chronicle 793, The year 793 At this time portents swiftly came over Northumbria and sorely. terrified the people there Those portents were great winds and flashes of lightning. and fiery dragons were seen flying in the air A great famine soon followed those. signs and shortly after that on the 6th of the ides of January in the same year a. terrible invasion of heathen men destroyed God s church at Lindisfarne through. robbery and manslaughter And Sicga died on the 8th of the kalends of March. This entry which is unique to the D and E branches of the Chronicle the so called. Northern version associates the arrival of the Vikings with terrible portents fiery. vii LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ASE Anglo gt SaxonEngland ASPR Anglo5SaxonPoeticRecords ed Krapp andDobbie 1931553 CSEL Corpus ScriptorumEcclesiasticorum

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