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196 D R HOWLETT, Abaelardi ad amicum consolatoria epistol a. de calamitatum mearum histori a, A Sepe humanos aff ctus 1 3 8 19. B aut pr vocant aut mitigant 4 8 23, C amplius exempla quam v rba 4 9 23. D Unde post nonnullam sermonis ad presentem habit i. c nsolati nem 8 21 5 5, E de ipsis calamitatum mearum exp rim ntis 5 5 16 3 6. D consolatoriam ad absentem scribere decr vi 5 17 3 8. C ut in comparati ne mearum 4 11 2 2, B tuas aut nullas aut modicas temptati nes recogn scas 7 18 4 6.
A et tolerabilius f ras 9 3 9 19, Ego igitur oppido qu dam ori ndus a 5 14 2 9. quod in ingressu minoris Britannia constr ctwn b 6 15 4 1. ab urbe Namnetica versus orienteur octo credo miliariis rem tum b 9 25 54. proprio vocabulo Palatium ppellatur c 4 15 3 3, sicut natura terre mee vel generis animo L vis 5 a 8 18 3 9. ita et ingenio extiti et ad litteratoriam disciplinam facilis a 9 25 5 3. Patrem a ttetn hab bam b 3 7 18, litteris aliquantulum imb turn b 3 11 2 7. antequam militari cingulo nsignir tur c 4 15 3 5, Unde postmodum tanto litteras ambre compl xus est 10 d 7 17 43. ut quoscumque filins hab ret e 4 10 2 5, litteris antequam armis nstrui disp neret e 5 15 3 8.
Sicque prof cto acttun est d 4 8 22, Me itaque primogenitum arum quanto cari rem hab bat f 7 20 4 5. tanto diligentius erudiri eur vit 15 f 4 14 30, Ego vero quanto amplius et facilius in studio litterarum proteo g 10 10 5 5. tanto ardentius is inh si g 4 11 23, et in tanto earum ambre ill ctus sum b 7 14 3 0. ut militaris gl rie p mpam b 4 10 23, cum hereditate et prerogativa pr mogenit rum 20 b 5 18 40. meorum franibus d relinquens a 3 10 27, Martis curie p nitus bdie rem h 4 12 27.
ut Minerve gr mio duc rer h 4 11 23, Et quoniam dialecticarum rati num annat ram b 5 17 3 9. omnibus philosophie docum ntis pret li 25 g 4 15 3 5. his armis alfa c tnmutavi g 4 9 21, et tropheis bellorum conflictus pretuli dfsputati num b 6 19 48. Proinde diversas disputando perambulans prov ncias a 5 18 46. ubicunque huius artis vigere st dium audferam b 6 18 40. peripateticorum emulator factus sum 30 b 4 14 32, SOME CRITERIA FOR EDITING ABAELARD 19 7. The reconstructed title prefigures the shape of the entire Historia. Calamitaturn Abaelard s nine lettered name being the first of the nine. word title and the nine part exordium being the first chapter of thi s. nine part work, The structure is chiastic In the exordium compare aut aut in B. with aut aut in B amplius quam in C with in comparatione in. C sermonis ad presentem and consolationem in D with consolatoriam. and ad absentera scribere in D The central word twenty second o f. forty three states the subject of the work calamitatum The third word. before it and the third word after it state the purpose of the work con. solationem and consolatoriam The fifth word before it and the fifth. word after it address the recipient of the work presentem and absen. Divide the number of the central twenty second word by half. 22 2 11 The first word after calarnitatum is mearum from mearu m. to mearum inclusive there are eleven words and the latter is the ele. venth word from the end of the exordium From presentem to absen. tent inclusive there are eleven words Divide the number 11 by sym. metry at 6 The sixth word from the beginning is the end of the first. aut aut After the second aut aut there are six words to the en d. of the exordium From the beginning of the exordium the fourteent h. word is nonnullam between which and the central calamitatum there. are seven words After calamitatum the fourteenth word is nullas after. which there are seven words to the end of the exordium. In parts A C E C A the words are arranged symmetrically 3 4 5. 4 3 In parts B D D B the words are arranged 4 8 5 7 twelve before. the crux and twelve after the crux The four words of B and the seven. words of B are the minor and major parts of the golden section of 11. The eight words of D and the five words of D are the major an d. minor parts of the golden section of 13, Parts A and A contain not only three words each but nineteen let.
ters each Parts C and C contain not only four words each the former. contains twenty three letters and the latter twenty two letters Part B. contains twenty three letters exactly half as many as part B forty si x. The rhythm of parts A and A is identical hum6nos aff ctus an d. tolerabilius f ras each a cursus planus The rhythm of parts B and B. is identical pr vocant aut mitigant and ternptati nes recogn scas e t. each a dispondeus dactylicus The rhythm of C and C is identical. ex mpla quant v rba and comparati ne metirum each a cursus planus. The rhythm of D and D is identical c nsolati nem and scribere. 198 D R HOWLET T, decr vi each a trispondiacus around mec rum exp rim ntis a cursus. velox at the crux in E, The first letters of the nine lines of the exordium SAAUDCUTE. are an anagram of ECAUDATUS and the last letters STAMSIMSS. are an anagram of S CITO SIM MAS S INE T ESTIBUS Together. they read ECAUDATUS S CITO SIM MAS S INE T ESTIBUS. Know that I may be a de tailed man without testicles 3 Unless this. should be mere coincidence we see Abaelard referring to his calamitie s. exactly at the centre of the exordium and at the beginning and the en d. of every one of its constituent phrases, This exordium is balanced by the epilogue or valediction the ninth. chapter which echoes much of its diction at the end of the text. Hec dilectissime fr ter in Xp st o, et ex divina conversatione familiar ssime c me s. de calamitatum me rum hist ri a, in quibus quasi a cunabulis i giter l boro.
tue me desolationi atque iniurie illate scrips sse suff ciat. ut sicut in exordio pref tus sum epistol e, oppressionem tuam in comparati ne me ru m. aut nullam aut modicam esse i dices, Et tanto eam pati ntius f ras. quanto min rem cons deras, Illud semper in consolati nem ssumen s. quod membris suis de membris diaboli D minus pred xit. Si me persecuti sunt et vos persequentur, In the second chapter directly after the exordium Abaelard begins. to write rhymed rhythmical prose in which he makes patterns even o f. the most prosaic elements Note the balance of sicut x vel y 5 ita et. x et y 6 and sicque 13 itaque 14 antequam 9 postmodum 10 ante. quam 12 tanto ut and two subjunctive verbs haberet and dispo. neret 10 12 balanced by tanto ut abdicarein ut educarer 18 23. around quanto tanto 14 15 and quanto tanto 16 17, Abaelard observes a widespread convention of authorial self refe.
rence at the beginning one ninth and eight ninths and the sesquioc. tave part of the title and the second chapter The nine words of the titl e. divide by one ninth and eight ninths at 1 and 8 He naines himself i n. the first word the nine lettered Abaelardi and refers to himself in the. eighth word mearum The 157 words of the second chapter divide by. sesquioctave ratio at 83 and 74 The first word is ego and the eighty. 3 The verb scire would ordinarily be followed by a verb in indicativ e. SOME CRITERIA FOR EDITING ABAELARD 19 9, third word is ego Divide 83 by symmetry at 42 From me itaque pri. mogenitum to prerogativa primogenitorum mearum inclusive there are. forty two words, At the beginning of the second chapter Abaelard refers to his birth. in Brittany in ingressu minoris Britannie not far from Nantes ab urb e. Namnetica At the beginning and the end of the eighth chapter th e. chiastic pair to this he refers again to Brittany in Britannia minore. 1235 and the Count of Nantes Namneti ad comitem 1511 These are. the only places in the entire text in which the names of Brittany an d. Nantes occur, In the second paragraph of the second chapter Abaelard refers t o. difficulties with his first master Guilhelmus Campellensis 31 44 in a. parallelism of five parts balanced by the account of difficulties wit h. his second master Anselmus Laudunensis 161 221, 1 Perveni tandem Parisius ubi iam maxime disciplina hec fl orere consueve. 2 ad Guilhelmum scilicet Campellensem preceptorem meu m. 3 in hoc tune magisterio re et fama precipuum, 4 cum quo aliquantulum moratus primo ei acceptu s.
5 postmodum gravissimus extiti cum nonnullas scilicet eius senten. tins refellere conarer, 1 In hac auteur lection e, 2 magister eius Anselmus Laudunensis maximam ex antiquitate auctorita. tern tune teneba t, 3 accessi igitur ad hune senem cui magis longevus usus quam ingenium. vel memoria nomen comparavera t, 4 ad quern si quis de aliqua questione pulsandum accederet incertu s. redibat incertior, 5 accidit auteur quadam die ut post aliquas sententiarum collation s. nos scholares invicern iocaremur, Of the former he writes hinc calamitatum mearum que nunc usque per.
severant ceperunt exordia 41 42 which he attributes in the last wor d. of the paragraph to invidia, In the third paragraph of the second chapter 45 80 he writes in a. parallelism of twelve parts about his school at Meliduni castrum 48. his departure to Brittany coactus sum repatriare 67 and his absenc e. from France a Francia remotus 68 balanced by the paragraph 117. 161 in which he writes of his return to Melidunum 117 then remo. val to Paris Meliduno Parisius redii 127 departure to Brittany mate r. mea Lucia repatriare me compulit 155 156 and return to Franc e. reversus sum in Franciam 158 159, 200 D R HOWLET T. 1 Meliduni castrum et sedem regia m, 2 presensit hoc predictus magister meus et quo longius posset schola s. nostras a se removere coaatu s, 3 priusquam a suis recederem scholi s. 4 habebat emulo s, 5 ad castrum Corbolii quod Parisiace urbi vicinius est quamtotiu s.
scholas nostras transferrein, 6 assultus, 7 non multo auteur interiecto tempore. 8 coactus sum repatriare, 9 et per annos aliquot a Francia remotus. 10 qucrebar ardentius ab his quos dialectica sollicitabat. 11 preceptor meus fille Guilhelmus Parisiacensis archidia. conus ut quo religiosior crederetur, 12 Catalaunensi episcopo facto. 1 Melidunum reversus scholas ibi nostras sicut antea constitu i. 2 cum file intelligeret transtulit se et conventiculum fratrum cum scho. lis suis ad villain quandam ab urbe remota m, 3 statimque ego Meliduno Parisius redi i. 4 ab emulo nostr o, 5 extra civitatem in monte Sancte Genovefe scholarum nostraru m.
castra posu i, 6 obsessurus, 7 dum vero hec agerentu r. 8 mater mea Lucia repatriare me compuli t, 9 reversus sum in Franciam. 10 ut de divinitate addiscerem, 11 sepefatus magister p oster Guilhelmu s. 12 in episcopatu Catalaunensi polleba t, These are the only places in the entire text in which he mentions th e. names of Melun and France and uses the verb repatriare. The central part of this chapter 80 116 tells how Abaelard forced. William to change his teaching about universals, Abaelard refers in the first paragraph to literary studies five times.
states that he went to William of Champeaux first for dialectica doc. trina 69 and then for rethoricam 81 and to Anselm of Laon de. divinitate 159, The chiastic pair to the second chapter exhibits an internal chiasmus. of nine parts Compare the first part 1229 1303 with the ninth 1489. 1559 both referring to Brittany the second 1304 1328 with th e. eighth 1477 1488 both recounting Abaelard s dealings with the nun s. who removed from Argenteuil to the Paraclete the third 1328 1340. quippe quo fenrinarum sexus est infirmior with the seventh 1459. SOME CRITERIA FOR EDITING ABAELARD 20 1, 1476 adeo namque sexus infirmior fortioris indiget auxilio the only. places in the entire text in which he uses the words sexus infirmior. the fourth 1341 1358 with the sixth 1445 1459 both quotin g. Jerome around the central fifth paragraph 1358 1444 The secon d. chapter relates persecution of Abaelard by his masters the eighth re. lates persecution of Abaelard by his sons that is the monks who. should have obeyed him, The third chapter 222 248 relates his persecution by two rivals. Albericus Remensis et Lotulfus Lumbardus The chiastic pair to this. the seventh chapter 1200 1228 relates that his priores emuli. adversum me novos apostolos excitaverunt, The fourth chapter 248 269 recounts Abaelard s fame as does th e. sixth 1196 1200, The crux of the Historia is a triple account first of Abaelard s rela.
tionship with Heloise 280 622 second of the period from his entr y. into the monastery of St Denis and hers into the convent of Argenteui l. to the burning of his book at the Council of Soissons and his persecu. tion by the abbot of St Denis 623 1016 and third of his arrival at th e. Paraclete 1017 1195, To establish the chiastic structure of the central narrative of th e. event which inflicted on Abaelard his greatest grief compare the re. ference to abbatia sancti Dionysii 628 with his return to it 936 hi s. removal to the cell at Maisoncelle en Brie 665 with his removal to. the monastery of sancti Medardi 907 the account of his tractatum. De Unitate et Trinitate Divina 692 693 with his enforced recitatio n. of the Athanasian Creed about the saine subject 900 ff the referen. ces to his emuli Alberic and Lotulf 702 725 with the charges a falsis. accusatoribus 880 890 dicentes me tres deos predicare et scripsiss e. 725 with fides et teneat et profiteatur tres omnipotentes esse 876. 877 the judging of his book by an incompetent legate 726 735 855. 876 the Catholic Christian faith 736 749 845 854 attacks by hi s. SOME CRITERIA FOR EDITING ABAELARD 199 third word is ego Divide 83 by symmetry at 42 From me itaque pri mogenitum to prerogativa primogenitorum mearum inclusive there are forty two words At the beginning of the second chapter Abaelard refers to his birth in Brittany in ingressu minoris Britannie not far from Nantes ab urbe Namnetica

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