Church and Chronicle within the center a long time is a set of essays offered to John Taylor, former lifestyles Fellow and medieval pupil on the collage of Leeds. The essays within the quantity have transparent foci, additionally these of John Taylor's personal paintings: the learn of history-writing within the center a while and the past due medieval church. With contributions key students on subject matters comparable to the hagiography of Saint-Wandrille, Swein Forkbeard and the historians, own seals in 13th-century England, girls within the Plumpton Correspondence and medievalism in counter-reformation Sicily, this quantity is a wealthy and sundry choice of medieval scholarship and a becoming tribute to Taylor's paintings from his pals and co-workers.
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J. Reischmann, Willibrord: Apostel der Friesen (Darmstadt, 1989). 29 GAP, xii, 2. 30 The first two, covering the period from Wandregisil to Gervold, he ascribed to c. 830, the third, concerned entirely with Ansigisus, he dated c. 845, and the final additions, covering the abbots Fulco, Joseph and Herimbert, he assigned to the period 850-67. 31 These modifications were suggested on the grounds that the second section depended on a list of the abbots of Saint-Vaast. Since Fulco was abbot of both Saint-Vaast and SaintWandrille between 838 and 842, this was the most likely moment for the composition of the second part.
1030-1050). lOv (c. 7v (late tenth century). Tenth-Century Manuscripts ofAldhelm's De Laude Virginitatis 21 at Barking during the reign of King Edgar. 68v a similar composition appears (Plate 2). 23 Unlike MS Bodley 577 there are details in the decoration of the Lambeth drawing, for example on the sleeves and head-dresses of a few of the nuns, which need some consideration. 25 The composition of the drawing represented in Lambeth Palace, MS 200 embraces both facets of those found in MS Bodley 577.
The Life of Conded seems to draw heavily on that of Ermenland of Indre,24 who is the subject of a chapter of the Vita Ansberti25 The author of the Vita Ermenlandi, Donatus, may also have written the Vita Trudonisfor AngilramnofMetz between 784 and 791,26 Levison dated the Life of Ermenland to the late eighth century. 28 All this suggests that there was considerable hagiographic activity at Saint-Wandrille around the year 800, in other words during the lifetime of the priest Harduin. 607, 615, 644-45, 652-53; GAP, ed.