L'influence de Grégoire le Grand dans la Provence du VIIè siècle

Abstract : In the 6th and 7th centuries, Provence was of course strongly linked to roman tradition and was the first part of Gaul concerned with Gregory the Great's letters. Gregory's influence extended upon monachism in Lerins and Marseille where the souvenir of Cassien was still living. There was a spiritual and ecclesiastical milieu, with the patricius Dynamius, receptive to moral and spiritual teachings. But the properties of the roman Church, even if it was only a patrimoniolum, had to be managed according to the interests of the owner and Gregory was obliged to contend with Virgilius of Arles on that topic. We can also notice the bishop of Gap, Aregius, who made a travel to Rome and who was chosen by Gregory to look after the ecclesiastical reform in Gaul.
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Bruno Judic. L'influence de Grégoire le Grand dans la Provence du VIIè siècle. Christophe de Dreuille. L'Eglise et la mission au VIè siècle. La mission d'Augustin de Cantorbéry et les Eglises de Gaule sous l'impulsion de Grégoire le Grand, Cerf, p. 89-120, 2000. ⟨hal-00984166⟩

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