Les "manières de table" de Grégoire le Grand: des cuillers envoyées de Lérins à Rome

Abstract : In a letter sent to Lerins abbot Stephanus in july 596, Gregory the Great thanks his addressee for having received spoons and plates (cochleares et circuli) for the poors of Rome. This paper examines what were the relations between Rome and Gaul and what were the poors for pope Gregory I. As for the spoons some hypotheses are formulated : utensils of common use or pieces of silversmith and in that last hypothesis what link could be thought with the spoons discovered in the Sutton Hoo shipburial ?
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Bruno Judic. Les "manières de table" de Grégoire le Grand: des cuillers envoyées de Lérins à Rome. Le Moyen Age. Revue d'histoire et de philologie, Editions De Boeck Supérieur, 2000, CVI, p. 49-62. ⟨hal-00984168⟩

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