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The Voyage of Saint Brendan

D. De" Angeli

The Voyage of Saint Brendan

by D. De" Angeli

  • 242 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by Islamic Texts Society .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History,
  • Literature: Texts,
  • Religion - General,
  • Religion - Church History,
  • Latin,
  • History: World,
  • Ireland,
  • Christianity - History - General,
  • English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh,
  • Brendan,
  • Europe - Ireland,
  • Christianity - History,
  • Religion,
  • Christian literature, Latin (Medieval and modern),
  • Christian saints,
  • Legends,
  • Translations into English

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8972348M
    ISBN 101851821651
    ISBN 109781851821655

      In the tradition of some older Irish myths and legends, tales grew around him and his travels, culminating around the 9th century in a book in Latin generally known as “The Voyage of St. Brendan” full of exploration, religious symbolism, and strange fantastic tales. In it, Brendan . The Voyage of Saint Brendan presents Professor O’Meara’s translation of the only scientific edition of the original Latin text, with his introduction, and is illustrated by the relevant woodcuts from a German .

    Editions for The Voyage of Saint Brendan: Journey to the Promised Land: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in   The story of their exploits was captured two hundred years later in a latin text: “The Voyage of Saint Brendan the Navigator”. His tale was quite a big hit across Europe back in the day, .

    The book Brendan by Frederick Buechner is about a man named St. Brendan the Navigator. The novel is written in such a way to make it look like a real accounting of the saint’s life, narrated by.   St Brendan’s Legacy. Saint Brendan is featured as well known inspiration in popular culture also, such as; “The Brendan Voyage”, which is an orchestral suite for the Uilleann pipes, written by Irish composer Shaun Davey in and based on Tim Severin’s book .


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Brendan - Wikipedia. A new translation of the Voyage of Saint Brendan the Navigator the Irish Odysseus, a saint and an explorer. Saint Brendan may have been the first christian to set foot on the American continent. A /5(13). The book itself tells the voyage of St. Brendan from Ireland to the Promised Land of the Saints, and back home.

The story was written around AD, and so reads like a work from it's time period. However, it is an excellent source to read about the stories of St Cited by: 5. The Brendan Voyage is a great true story about a man who tried to recreate the legendary travels of St Brendan to the as-yet-undiscovered New World.

The author's adventures don't *quite* match the mythic voyage of the intrepid sixth century Irish monk /5(). The Voyage of Saint Brendan takes plenty of cues from its classical predecessors the Odyssey and the Aeneid, but hints of the pagan world are heavily overlaid by the stern ideals of medieval Irish monasticism: unflinching obedience, devotion to the Divine Office /5.

Saint Brendan and the Voyage Before Columbus is a an exciting picture book that introduces children and their parents to the story of Brendan's voyage to the land of Tir-na-n-Og, a /5(16). The Brendan Voyage By Tim Severin Across the Atlantic in a leather boat.

The Voyage of Saint Brendan book true story is told in the first person by the skipper of an exceptional historical and archaeological sailing adventure.

Tim Severin /5. BOOK SIX THE VOYAGE OF BRENDAN. His Vision of the Land of Promise. It is a monk going through hardship Blessed Brendan was, that was born in Ciarraige Luachra of a good father and mother.

It was on Slieve Daidche. SAINT BRENDAN AND THE VOYAGE BEFORE COLUMBUS is a an exciting picture book that introduces children and their parents to the story of Brendan's voyage to the land of Tir-na-n-Og, a /5. The Brendan Voyage is Tim Severin's dramatic account of their journey.

This new edition of a book already translated into twenty-seven languages introduces a new generation of readers to /5(). The book itself tells the voyage of St. Brendan from Ireland to the Promised Land of the Saints, and back home.

The story was written around AD, and so reads like a work from it's time period. However. From inside the book Snippet view - The voyage of Saint Brendan, journey to the promised land Snippet view - The voyage of Saint Brendan, journey to the promised land John Joseph O'Meara Snippet view - Common terms and phrases.

abbot Barrind beast began to sail boat bodies brate Brendan's voyage. Four decades on, Tim Severin’s bestselling book The Brendan Voyage: Across the Atlantic in a leather boat remains a fantastic read. Perhaps this was one of the secrets Saint Brendan had known when he started out on his voyage to the land in the West.

We still had more than 3, miles of sailing through some of the trickiest waters in the world to find out, but I felt a quiet satisfaction that we had survived our first gale of the voyage /5(6). Relying on the medieval text of St. Brendan, award-winning adventure writer Tim Severin painstakingly researched and built a boat identical to the leather curragh that carried Brendan on his epic voyage.

Such accomplishments add authenticity to the story of St. Brendan, who was born in Ireland about and founded a monastery at Clonfert, Galway. According to legend, he was in his seventies when he and 17 other monks set out on a westward voyage. An account of the voyage of St.

Brendan, from An Illustrated History of Ireland,by Sister Mary Frances Clare (Margaret Anne Cusack), The Nun of Kenmare, with illustrations by Henry Doyle. Written in Ireland perhaps as early as the year"The Voyage of St.

Brendan" chronicles the seafaring journey of St. Brendan, a prominent Irish Saint, who set sail to find the "Promised Land of the West" (which many believe to have been America) nearly 1, years before Columbus.

: CreateSpace Publishing. Buy The Voyage of Saint Brendan: The Navigator 1 by McNamara, Mr Gerard Michael (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible /5(16).

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Brendan enjoyed popularity all over Europe and was eventually translated or adapted into numerous European vernacular languages. In the process, the legend branched out into several. After reading this book you will cetainly believe that it is plausible.

According to the Navigatio Sancti Brendani Abbatis (The Voyage of Saint Brendan the Abbot), an ancient Latin manuscript, indeed the Irish set foot on the Promise Land long before Columbus.

To prove this point Severin takes us on a by: St. Brendan loved to travel and was known for voyaging to Scotland, where he met St. Columba if Hynba Island. He travelled to Brittany with Welsh monk, St. Malo, and reportedly stayed at the Welsh monastery Llancarfan, built by St.

Cadoc. But his biggest voyage of all, the one called The Voyage of Saint Brendan.