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Title: O Lugar da Regula Monastica Communis no monaquismo hispânico
Authors: Dias, Paula Cristina Barata 
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Instituto de Estudos Clássicos da Universidade de Coimbra
Citation: aula Cristina Barata Dias, "O Lugar da Regula Monastica Communis no monaquismo hispânico", «Humanitas» 52 (2000), 213-240
Abstract: Despite the specific nature of the «Regula Monastica Communis», a anonym text from Hispania’s seventh century, most modern scholars, namely A. de Vogué («Les Règles Monastiques Anciennes (400-700), Brepols, Turnhout-Belgium, 1985, p. 55) and U. Dominguez del Val («Historia de la Antigua Literatura Latina hispano-Cristina. IV», Fundación Universitaria Española, Madrid, 1999, pp. 325-358), have been considering this text as one of the ancient monastic rules. In this article, the author proposes the view that the text in question is essentially homiletic and that the name of «Regula Communis» is the way frutuosians monks called the «Regula Monachorum» after the nomination of Saint-Fructuoso to the status of bishop. The arguments derive, firstly, from the discourse analysis, its «modi dicendi», its style and rhetoric strategies, its emission, context and content: secondly, from the comparison between the «Regula Monastica Communis» and three sorts of texts: canons from hispanic councils: «homiliae ad monachos», collected in the «corpus» of Bento de Aniano; and saint fructuoso’s «Regula Monachorum» known as the «prima» of frutuosianism and close to the so called RMC. This article is the third chapter of the author’s master thesis, whose publication is to be continued in the next volume of «Humanitas».
ISSN: 0871-1569
Rights: openAccess
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