Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, MS Clm 14420
Duplessis, F., “De Laon à Brescia: le Glossarium Monacense (München, BSB, lat. 14420, fol. 144v)”, Archivum Latinitatis Medii Aevi 73 (2015): 79–147.
This study of the sources of the Glossarium Monacense (Munich, BSB, lat. 14420, f. 144v), with a critical edition, brings out new sources for this glossary (Letters of Jerome, Vita sanctae Pelagiae) and reveals that it has been greatly influenced by the productions of the schools of the Northeast of the Francia in the third quarter of the IXth century. These ties invite us to reconsider the dating and attribution commonly accepted of the content of the f. 79-144 from this manuscript. This corpus, attributed thus far to Hildemar of Corbie’s activity during the 840s, was more probably composed at the end of the 860s or at the begin[n]ing of the 870s, among the Sedulius Scottus’ circle. In all likelihood, the corpus of Munich illustrates the role of the Irish in the transmission of the west Francia’s scholars’ teaching in Lombardy.