verse beg. Baldo, Dei famule, clare magister
- Hiberno-Latin texts
Carolingian Latin poem written by Dungal (l. 3) and addressed to a certain Baldo magister.
- Baldo, Dei famule, clare magister
A Dungal refers to himself in line 3 and is often identified with the Irish scholar and poet Dungal (of Saint-Denis).
The Baldo to whom the poem is addressed has been identified with the person of this name, teacher in the cathedral school of Salzburg, who wrote a copy of Adomnán’s De locis sanctis and other works in Vienna, ÖNB, MS 458.(1)n. 1 Ludwig Bieler • Denis Meehan, ‘Adamnani de locis sanctis libri tres’ in Adamnan’s De locis sanctis... (1958).(2)n. 2 See also Bischoff (below) and Thomas O'Loughlin, Adomnán and the Holy Places: the perceptions of an Insular monk on the locations of the biblical drama (2007).
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