La production et la diffusion du Registre des lettres de Grégoire le Grand

Abstract : How and why a corpus of letters under the name of pope Gregory I was produced? In the 7th century it is possible to observe the use of some gregorian letters from other popes perhaps in connection with the Liber diurnus. In the 8th century Bede took the initiative to publish letters as Gregory's product and as a witness of his apostolic role in the conversion of the Anglo-Saxons. Only at the end of the 8th century has pope Hadrian I realised the register as we know it today. Its diffusion was slow; Alcuin dit not know an important letter which was however already known in Spain and available in the Registrum edited by Hadrian I.
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Bruno Judic. La production et la diffusion du Registre des lettres de Grégoire le Grand. La production et la diffusion du Registre des lettres de Grégoire le Grand, Jun 2001, Boulogne sur mer, France. p. 71-87. ⟨hal-00984499⟩

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