Adam na Bremen

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Adam na Bremen ( Latin  ; German ) (kafin 1050 - 12 ga watan Oktoban 1081/1085) ya kasance ɗan tarihin Bajamushe na zamani . Ya rayu kuma ya yi aiki a rabi na biyu na karni na sha ɗaya. Adam ya fi shahara saboda littafinsa na Gesta Hammaburgensis ecclesiae pontificum ( Ayyukan Bishof na Cocin Hamburg ). Ya kasance "ɗayan mashahuran masana tarihi da masana tarihi na zamanin da". [1]

Rayuwa[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Ya kasan ce Ba a san kaɗan game da rayuwarsa ba face alamu daga nasa tarihin. An yi imanin cewa ya fito ne daga Meissen ( Latin Misnia ) a Saxony . Kwanakin haihuwarsa da mutuwarsa ba su da tabbas, amma wataƙila an haife shi ne kafin 1050 kuma ya mutu a ranar 12 ga Oktoba na wata shekarar da ba a sani ba (mai yiwuwa 1081, a sabuwar 1085). Daga tarihinsa ya bayyana cewa ya saba da yawancin marubuta. Sunan girmamawa na Magister Adam ya nuna cewa ya tsallake duk matakan ilimin gaba da sakandare. Mai yiwuwa ne cewa an koyar da shi a Magdeburger Domschule .

A 1066 ko 1067 babban malamin addini na Adalbert na Hamburg ya gayyace shi ya shiga Cocin Bremen . Adam ya sami karbuwa a cikin manyan biranen Bremen, kuma a shekara ta 1069 ya bayyana a matsayin darektan makarantar babban cocin. Ba da daɗewa ba bayan haka ya fara rubuta tarihin Bremen / Hamburg da na ƙasashen arewa a cikin Gesta .

Matsayinsa da ayyukan mishan na cocin Bremen sun ba shi damar tattara bayanai kan tarihi da labarin ƙasa na Arewacin Jamus . Kasancewa a kotun Svend Estridsen ya ba shi damar neman bayanai game da tarihi da labarin kasa na Denmark da sauran ƙasashen Scandinavia. Daga cikin abubuwan da ya rubuta game da su a cikin Scandinavia sun hada da hanyoyin tafiya a fadin undresund kamar hanyar Elsinore ta yau zuwa Helsingborg.

Kara karantawa[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  • Chłopacka Hanna: Adam Bremeński. A cikin: Słownik Starożytności Słowiańskich. Vol. 1. 1961, shafi na. 3-4.

Hanyoyin haɗin waje[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

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  1. Lazda, Rasma, "Adam of Bremen", Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle, Edited by: (Graeme Dunphy and Cristian Bratu, eds.) 2016