Manitius, Max





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Manitius, Max, Geschichte der lateinischen Literatur des Mittelalters, 3 vols, vol. 1: Von Justinian bis zur Mitte des zehnten Jahrhunderts, Munich: Beck, 1911.

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Geschichte der lateinischen Literatur des Mittelalters : Von Justinian bis zur Mitte des zehnten Jahrhunderts- vol. 1 (3 vols)
Place
Munich
Publisher
Beck
Year
1911
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[7] “De duodecim abusivis saeculi”
107
[10] “Virgilius Maro”
Virgilius Maro GrammaticusVirgilius Maro Grammaticus
(fl. c. 7th century)
Scholar and author of two Latin grammatical treatises; often identified as an Irishman
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119
[14] “Aldhelm von Malmesbury. Aethilwald”
AldhelmAldhelm
(d. 709)
Ealdhelm of Sherborne
abbot of Malmesbury and later, bishop of Sherborne; known as an author of a number of elaborate Latin tracts in prose and in verse
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134
[17] “Hisperica famina und Verwandtes”
156
[18] “Antiphonar von Bangor”
160
[22] “Columbanus”
ColumbanusColumbanus
(fl. c.550–d. 615)
Irish peregrinus, scholar, abbot and monastic founder known chiefly for his activities in the kingdoms of Merovingian Gaul and Lombard Italy. His foundations included Luxueil and Bobbio.
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181
[25] “Versus cuiusdam Scotti de alfabeto”
190
[31] “Gildas”
GildasGildas
(fl. 5th–6th century)
Author of De excidio et conquestu Britanniae
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208
[37] “Aethicus cosmographus”
229
[39] “Adamnan von Hy”
AdomnánAdomnán
(fl. c.628–704)
Adomnán mac Rónáin was abbot of Iona (r. 679–704) and author of the Latin Life of St Columba and an account of the holy places of the Near East (De locis sanctis). He is credited with the proclamation of the Lex innocentium or Cáin Adomnáin at the Synod of Birr.
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236
[40] “Historia Britonum mit Zusätzen des Nennius”
240
[45] “Sedulius Scottus”
Sedulius ScottusSedulius Scottus
No short description available
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315
[46] “Johannes Scottus”
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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323
[50] “Dungal”
Dúngal of Saint-Denis and PaviaDúngal of Saint-Denis and Pavia
(d. after 827/828)
Irish scholar, teacher and poet known for his career on the continent, who was associated with Saint-Denis, Pavia and Bobbio.
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370
[67] “Clemens Scottus”
Clemens ScottusClemens Scottus
(fl.c. 814–826)
(Scottus/Scotus), Irish peregrinus, grammarian and teacher active at the court of Louis the Pious.
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456
[70] “Smaragdus von St. Mihiel”
Smaragdus of Saint-MihielSmaragdus of Saint-Mihiel
(fl. 805–825/26)
Benedictine abbot of the monastery of Saint-Mihiel; scholar. Earlier scholarship suggested that he was of Irish or insular origin, or had spent time in an insular monastery, but more recent views favour a southern, perhaps Visigothic, background.
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461
[72] “Micon von St Riquier”
Micon of Saint-RiquierMicon of Saint-Riquier
Entry reserved for but not yet available from the subject index.

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469
[80] “Irischer(?) Donatkommentar”
519
[81] “Malsachanus”
MalsachanusMalsachanus
(s. viii)
Hiberno-Latin grammarian
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521
[82] “Cruindmelus”
Cruindmáel [Cruindmelus]Cruindmáel ... Cruindmelus
Entry reserved for but not yet available from the subject index.

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523
[83] “Dunchads Martiankommentar”
Manuscripts: London, British Library, MS Royal 15 A xxxiii  • Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 12960 
Dúnchad of ReimsDúnchad of Reims
Dunchad of Reims
Irish teacher and scholar at Reims known from a stray leaf in London, BL, MS Royal 15 A xxxiii, where his name is written as Duncaht and a commentary on Martianus Capella is attributed to him.
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Martianus CapellaMartianus Capella
No short description available
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525
[89] “Josephus Scottus”
Josephus ScottusJosephus Scottus
Entry reserved for but not yet available from the subject index.

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547
[113] “Dicuil”
DícuilDícuil
(fl. c. 795–825)
Irishman who joined the scholarly community of Charlemagne’s court
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647
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