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Rhetorical functions of bestiary in Giraldus Cambrensis’ "Topography of Ireland" (according to manuscript of the year 1200)

Kosov Ivan Mikhailovich

KOSOV Ivan Mikhaylovich – PhD Candidate, Department of History of the Ancient World, Russian State University for the Humanities;

Russian State University for the Humanities, Miusskaya pl. 6, GSP–3, Moscow 125993 Russia;koso-i@yandex.ru

koso-i@yandex.ru
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DOI:

10.7256/2409-868X.2017.5.20836

Review date:

23-10-2016


Publish date:

16-05-2017


Abstract.

The subject of this research is the body of miniatures of the NLI MS Giraldus 700manuscript. The object is the rhetorical tools and ways of amplification of the visual text of images of the authorial manuscript in the third version of “Topography…” into the semantic layer of stylistic of the presented treatise of the late XII century. Special attention is given to the classification and typology of miniatures in the Russian and foreign historiography. The researcher specifies the typology of the studied manuscript and its place within the tradition of the English bestiary of the High Middle Ages. The scientific novelty of this work consists in exclusion from the selection of lists of the non-contemporary to the author source – “Topography of Ireland”. In other words, based on such depicted rhetorical tools, the stylistic and rhetorical method of the medieval scribe – the logic in-phase is vividly restored. An important practical result of the conduced analysis of the miniatures will be consciousness within the framework of comparativist approach of the archetype nature of synchrony of the visual and written text as such over the period of III – XII centuries.

Keywords: hermaphrodite, manuscript, Topography of Ireland, St. Kevin, hybrid, barnacle, bestiary, Gerald, rhetoric, Dominicus Gundissalinus
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