Contreni, John J.





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Contreni, John J., The cathedral school of Laon from 850 to 930: its manuscripts and masters, Münchener Beiträge zur Mediävistik und Renaissance-Forschung 29, Munich: Arbeo-Gesellschaft, 1978.

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The cathedral school of Laon from 850 to 930: its manuscripts and masters
Place
Munich
Publisher
Arbeo-Gesellschaft
Year
1978
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Based on the author's dissertation (1971)
“Introduction”
“Part I: Laon in the ninth and tenth centuries”
[Ch. 1] “The cathedral chapter and monasteries of Laon”
[Ch. 2] “The political activities of the bishops of Laon”
“Part II: The manuscripts of the cathedral school”
[Ch. 4] “The formation of the cathedral library”
[Ch. 5] “The origins of Laon’s manuscripts”
[Ch. 6] “The composition of the library”
“Part III: The masters of Laon, ca. 850-930”
[Ch. 7] “John Scottus and the Irish ‘colony’ at Laon”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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Related references: John J. Contreni, ‘The Irish ‘colony’ at Laon during the time of John Scottus’ in Jean Scot Érigène et l’histoire de la philosophie... (1977)
[Ch. 8] “Martin Hiberniensis (819-875), magister Laudunensis
Martin of LaonMartin of Laon
(819–875)
Martianus Hiberniensis, Martin Scottus
Irish scholar and teacher at the cathedral school at Laon.
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[Ch. 9] “The reading of Martin Hiberniensis”
Martin of LaonMartin of Laon
(819–875)
Martianus Hiberniensis, Martin Scottus
Irish scholar and teacher at the cathedral school at Laon.
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[Ch. 10] “The second generation of Laon masters”
[Ch. 11] “Adelelm of Laon (ca. 860-930)”
[Ch. 12] “Conclusion”
“Plates”
[Appendix A] “The contents of the library”
[Appendix B] “Concordance of shelfmarks in the catalogues of Bugniâtre, Montfaucon, and Ravaisson”
Bibliography; Index of manuscripts; General index