Richter, Michael





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Richter, Michael, Bobbio in the early Middle Ages: the abiding legacy of Columbanus, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008.

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Work
Bobbio in the early Middle Ages: the abiding legacy of Columbanus
Place
Dublin
Publisher
Four Courts Press
Year
2008
Subjects and topics
Headings
Irish abroad
History, society and culture
Agents
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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Places
Bobbio
Bobbio
Prefatory matter
7
[1] “The establishment of the monastery of Bobbio”
13
[2] “Columbanus”
24
[3] “The legacy of Columbanus”
49
[4] “The monastic scriptorium in the seventh century”
72
[5] “A dark century”
87
[6] “The Carolingian century”
97
[7] “The physical appearance of the monastery”
115
[8] “The economy of the monastery”
125
[9] “The monastic library in the ninth century”
140
[10] “Abbot Agilulf (c.883-896)”
157
[11] “Columbanus’s last journey”
171
[12] “Manuscripts with Irish language material”
183
[13] “Epilogue”
186
List of manuscripts (p. 189ff); Bibliography (p. 193ff); Index (p. 207ff)
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen