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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Volume
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Work
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) – 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
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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) – abbot of Iona; author of a Life of St Columba
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236
[40] “Historia Britonum mit Zusätzen des Nennius”
240
[45] “Sedulius Scottus”
Sedulius ScottusSedulius ScottusNo 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-DenisDúngal of Saint-Denis
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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
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469
[80] “Irischer(?) Donatkommentar”
519
[81] “Malsachanus”
MalsachanusMalsachanus (s. viii) – Hiberno-Latin grammarian
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521
[82] “Cruindmelus”
523
[83] “Dunchads Martiankommentar”
Manuscripts: London, British Library, MS Royal 15 A xxxiii  • Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 12960 
Dúnchad of ReimsDunchad 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 CapellaNo short description available
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525
[89] “Josephus Scottus”
Josephus ScottusJosephus Scottus
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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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