Díaz y Díaz [Comp.]. Isidoriana; colección de estudios sobre Isidoro de Sevilla. 1961.

Isidoriana; colección de estudios sobre Isidoro de Sevilla (1961) Author: Díaz y Díaz, Manuel C., comp Subject: Isidore, of Seville, Saint, d. 636 Publisher: León, Centro de Estudios “San Isidro,” Language: Spanish; English; French; German; Italian Call number: BX4700.I78 D52 1961 Digitizing sponsor: Princeton Theological Seminary Library Book contributor: Princeton Theological Seminary Library Collection: majorityworldcollection; …

Quote. Roger Collins. ‘Visigothic Spain 409-711’, “Books and Readers: The Legacy of Africa”. 2004.

In the seventh century the Spanish church appears intellectually outstanding. It produced a succession of authors of theological, literary, and liturgical texts that were unparalleled, at least in the West, at this time. Many of the writers were also leading figures in the political life of the period, especially the bishops of Seville and Toledo, …

Quote. Robert M. Grant. Early Christians and Animals. 1999.

Isidore died before finishing his Etymologies, divided into twenty books by his friend Braulio, bishop of Saragossa. The title reflects his basic literary interests, and his method often leads him into fanciful word-derivations which he considers scientific. He discusses animals at the end of Book XI and in the whole of Book XII, and is …

Becker. Isidori Hispalensis De natvra rervm liber. 1857.

Isidori Hispalensis De natvra rervm liber; (1857) Author: Isidore, of Seville, Saint, d. 636; Becker, Gustav Heinrich, 1833-1886, ed Subject: Meteorology; Astronomy Publisher: Berolini, Weidmanni svmptvs fecervnt Language: Latin Call number: 9662797 Digitizing sponsor: The Library of Congress Book contributor: The Library of Congress Collection: library_of_congress; americana Becker. Isidori Hispalensis De natvra rervm liber. 1857.

Brehaut. An encyclopedist of the Dark Ages, Isidore of Seville. 1912.

AN ENCYCLOPEDIST OF THE DARK AGES ISIDORE OF SEVILLE In saeculorum fine doctissimus (Ex conciliko Toletano viii, cap. 2) BY ERNEST BREHAUT, Ph. D. 1912. The writer of the following pages undertook, at the suggestion of Professor James Harvey Robinson, to translate passages from Isidore’s Etymologies which should serve to illustrate the intellectual condition of …