Cardinal Silvio Antoniano, was born at Rome in 1540. Through the influence and patronage of Pope Pius IV. he became Professor of the Belles Lettres in the Collegio Romano, and subsequently rose to be the head of the college, and a cardinal. He died in 1603. [Rev. W. A. Shoults, B.D.]
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, p. 382 (1907) Go to person page >
Translator: John Athelston Laurie Riley
Riley, John Athelstan Laurie, M.A., s. of John Riley, Mytholmroyd, Yorks, was born in London, Aug. 10, 1858, and educated at Eton and at Pembroke College, Oxford (B.A. 1881, M.A. 1883). He has been since 1892 a member of the House of Laymen of the Province of Canterbury. He was one of the compilers of The English Hymnal, 1906, and contributed to it seven translations from the Latin (34, 185, 193, 195, 213, 242, 321, with No. 97 previously published), and one from the Greek, beginning, "What sweet of life endureth," from Iiola rod fiiov, p. 899, i., and the following originals:—
1. Come, let us join the Church above. Martyrs.
2. Saints of God! Lo, Jesu’s people. St. Bartholomew. The initials of the lines form the acrostic S… Go to person page >
Display Title: The Praises of That Saint We SingFirst Line: The praises of that saint we singTune Title: ST. AMBROSEAuthor: Silvio Antoniano; J. Athelstan Riley, 1858-1945Meter: LMSource: Roman Breviary (Venice, Italy: 1603); translation in The English Hymnal (London: Oxford University Press, 1906)