Prudentius

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Aurelius Prudentius Clemens (/pruːˈdɛnʃiəs, -ʃəs/) bụ onye Rom na-ede uri, amụrụ na mpaghara Rom nke Tarraconensis (nke bụzi Northern Spain) na 348.[1] O yikarịrị ka ọ nwụrụ na Iberian Peninsula oge ụfọdụ mgbe 405 gasịrị, ikekwe n'ihe dị ka 413. Ebe a mụrụ ya ejighị n'aka, mana ọ nwere ike ịbụ Caesaraugusta (Saragossa), Tarraco (Tarragona), ma ọ bụ Calagurris (Calahorra).

Ndụ ya[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Prudentius mere iwu na-enwetụ ihe ịga nke ọma, ọ bụkwa gọvanọ mpaghara ugboro abụọ, ikekwe n'obodo ya, tupu eze ukwu Theodosius nke Mbụ kpọpụtara ya n'ụlọikpe.  Na njedebe nke ndụ ya (ikekwe na 392) Prudentius lara ezumike nká na ndụ ọha na eze ka ọ bụrụ onye na-agba ọsọ, na-ebu ọnụ ruo mgbede ma na-ezere kpam kpam nri anụmanụ;  na ide uri, ukwe, na ọrụ ndị na-ese okwu maka ịgbachitere Iso Ụzọ Kraịst.[1]  Prudentius mechara chịkọta uri Ndị Kraịst e dere n’oge a ma tinye okwu mmalite, nke ya n’onwe ya depụtara na 405.

Abụ uri[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ndị Kraịst oge mbụ, dị ka Tertullian na St. Ambrose, na Bible na ihe omume ndị nwụrụ n'ihi okwukwe, na-emetụta uri Prudentius.  Ukwe ya Da, puer, plectrum (gụnyere "Corde natus ex parentis": "Nke ịhụnanya Nna Mụrụ") na ukwe Epiphany O sola magnarum urbium ("Earth nwere ọtụtụ obodo ọma"), ha abụọ sitere na Cathemerinon.  ka na-eji taa.Kpọpụta njehie: The opening <ref> tag is malformed or has a bad name[1]

Otú ọ dị, Psychomachia ihe atụ bụ ọrụ ya kachasị emetụta, na-etinye akụkụ nke esemokwu nke ndị Gris na nke uche.[2] Ọ ghọrọ ihe na-akpali akpali na isi iyi nke akwụkwọ ihe atụ nke oge ochie, mmetụta ya (dị ka C. S. Lewis si kwuo) karịrị uru nka ya.[3] N'ọgụ dị n'etiti omume ọma na omume rụrụ arụ, a na-enye ike nke Luxuria, "Flowershod na swaying from the wine cup, Every step a fragrance".[4] Ya na ndị na-ejere ya ozi Beauty and Pleasure, na ngwá agha ya nke rose-petals na violet, ọ nwere ihe ịga nke ọma n'ịkpali ndị agha nke Virtue "n'inyefe n'ịhụnanya", tupu ha adaa na mmeri ikpeazụ.[5]

  1. 1.0 1.1 H. J. Rose, A Handbook of Classical Literature (1967) p. 508
  2. Gilbert Highet, Juvenal the Satirist (1960) p. 184
  3. C. S. Lewis, The Allegory of Love (2013) p. 83
  4. Helen Waddell, The Wandering Scholars (1968) p. 48
  5. Quoted in B. Machosky, Structures of Appearing (2012) p. 85