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La tradition de Grégoire le Grand dans l'idéologie politique carolingienne

Abstract : Gregory the Great's influence in the carolingian times can be traced from Ambrosius Autpertus to the end of the IXth century through many writers. Some works deserved a special attention : some letters from Alcuin, a florilegium in the London British Library Arundel 213, an other florilegium De qualitate futurae ac perpetuae vitae attributed to a mysterious Emmo maybe linked with Guillaume de Gellone, the carolingian legislation through the concilia, Raban Maur, a letter of pope Nicolas I to the byzantine emperor Michel III, Hincmar of Reims in the De cavendis vitiis et virtutibus exercendis, and the breton hagiography of the end of the IXth century.
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Bruno Judic. La tradition de Grégoire le Grand dans l'idéologie politique carolingienne. Régine LE JAN. La royauté et les élites dans l'Europe carolingienne (du début du IXè siècle aux environs de 920), université Charles-de-Gaulle Lille 3, p. 17-57, 1998. ⟨hal-00975526⟩



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