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What contributions did those in Northumbria make to the intellectual revival?
Irish-Celtic culture influenced the Roman church and brought new artistic and scholarly activity.
Saint Benet Biscop created a library from the manuscripts he aquired in Italy.
Monasteries created books such as missals and psalters (the Gospel book)
Saint Hilda advised the kings and princes, held the Synod of 664 and encouraged scholars and poets.
Venerable Bede was the source of information about early Britain and made known the method of dating events from the birth of Christ.
Beowulf provided insight into the Carolingian culture.
Northumbrian Englishmen passed on these ideas to the Carolingian Empire and the rest of Europe
Describe the leaders in the intelectual revival.
Saint Benet Biscop
Saint Hilda
Venerable Bede
Monks who wrote missals and psalters
Monk who wrote Beowulf
Describe the achievements of the Carolingian Renaissance
educate monks and laypeople to understand Christian writtings
establish cathedral and monastic schools in which boys ewre taught to pray
teach the Scriptures and works of Christian writers.
the creation of Carolingian miniscule which led to more efficent and legible writings.
Latin permeated into local languages allowing for the comprehension of manuscripts and aiding communication.
led to the writing of more sophisticated books and the medical studies at Salerno
Medical care in the Middle Ages.
drug and prescription treatment
b/c of the lack of doctors, most illness were fatal
however there was a medical school at Salerno
missals
books produced by monasteries for the celebration of Mass during the 7th and 8th centuries. contained the liturgy
psalters
books produced by monasteries the contained the 150 pslams and other prayers used in devotion during the 7th and 8th centuries
Saint Hilda
died in 680
abbesss of the Whitby monastery
advised, held the Synod of 664, and encouraged
Venerable Bede
673-735
dating method
source of information
Beowulf
writtien circa 700
provides insight
portrays the revival
portrays the close relationship between England and Europe
Aachen
the location of Charlemagne's court
Alcuin
735-804
emperor's highest adviser on religious and educational issues
Carolingian miniscule
name of the handwriting used by the scholars at Aachen.
improved the efficency and legebility of manuscripts
Shabbathai Ben Abraham
A Jewish physican of the mid 10th century who studied at teh medical school at Salerno in southern Italy. Abraham left his notes on the study of medicine that were greatly studied for centuries to follow.