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L'itinéraire martinien de Venance Fortunat

Abstract : Venantius Fortunatus, well known as an official poet at the merovingian court and as a pious servant for the nunnery founded by Radegond explained his arrival in Gaul from Ravenna as a pilgrimage to saint Martin's grave. What was "martinian" in Fortunat's travel? and what Martin could have represented for him?
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Bruno Judic. L'itinéraire martinien de Venance Fortunat. Sur les chemins du patrimoine immatériel, saint Martin symbole du partage, Oct 2013, Zagreb, Croatie. ⟨hal-00918872⟩



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