LIBER RAZIELIS PDF

We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. This piece argues that Alfonso's imperial aspirations may be the key to better understand the reasons encouraging the complilation of the Liber Razielis at the Alfonsine court. In this work, we can find three main elements that were useful to legitimize Alfonso's project: the discourse of secrets and its relationship to the royal institution, the identification between the wise Solomon and Alfonso, and, finally, the use of natural philosophy as a means to portray the figure of the eagle as a defining element of the empire. Finally, this essay concludes that the figure of the eagle and the strategic meaning of Solomon also appear in several later works of the Alfonsine corpus in similar political terms.

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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. This piece argues that Alfonso's imperial aspirations may be the key to better understand the reasons encouraging the complilation of the Liber Razielis at the Alfonsine court. In this work, we can find three main elements that were useful to legitimize Alfonso's project: the discourse of secrets and its relationship to the royal institution, the identification between the wise Solomon and Alfonso, and, finally, the use of natural philosophy as a means to portray the figure of the eagle as a defining element of the empire.

Finally, this essay concludes that the figure of the eagle and the strategic meaning of Solomon also appear in several later works of the Alfonsine corpus in similar political terms. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Rent this article via DeepDyve. She posits that the Alfonsine attribution in the prologue is a late fourteenth-century pseudographical strategy in order for Johannes Clericus to obtain recognition — This relationship is even more transparent when we reflect on the fact that the secret itself represents not only a symbolic dimension but also a particular device used by the king and his closest collaborators.

The sello de la poridad or puritatis sigillum was used in the Castilian chancery to sign a variety of confidential documents addressed to officials or military authorities at least from the reign of Alfonso up to that of Pedro I in the fourteenth century Procter , — For a detailed treatment of the human being as microcosmos in the Iberian Peninsula, see Rico Agostino, A. Agostino Ed. Napoli: Liguori.

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Doubleday, S. The wise king. A Christian prince, Muslim Spain, and the birth of the Renaissance. New York: Basic Books. Eamon, W. Science and the secrets of nature. Books of secrets in medieval and early modern culture. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 74, 21— Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies, 11, — Gehr, D. Viator, 43, — Giralt, S. Magic in Romance languages. Rider Eds. London: Routledge. Historia de la prosa medieval castellana. Gundissalinus, D. De divisione philosophiae.

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Paper: “A Magic Book attributed to Adam: The Liber Razielis”

The book cannot be shown to predate the 13th century, but may in parts date back to late antiquity. Like other obscure ancient texts such as the Bahir and Sefer Yetzirah , the work has been extant in a number of versions. The tradition around the book attributes it to have been revealed to Adam by the angel Raziel. The title itself is mentioned in another magical work of late antiquity, The Sword of Moses. Critical historians regard it as a medieval work, most probably originating among the Ashkenazi Hasidim , as citations from it begin to appear only in the 13th century. Sections of it are no doubt older.

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