Bede, Cassiodorus, and the Codex Amiatinus

  title={Bede, Cassiodorus, and the Codex Amiatinus},
  author={Paul J. Meyvaert},
  pages={827 - 883}
L'A. cherche a mettre en evidence la filiation de la pensee entre Cassiodore, Bede le Venerable et le Codex Amiatinus. Il commence par montrer que les Institutiones est un ouvrage de Cassiodore, un ouvrage que Bede ne connaissait pas. Dans un second temps, il etablit la liste des livres de Cassiodore dont Bede avait connaissance. De plus, l'A. evoque le Codex Grandior en tant que modele pour d'autres ouvrages anonymes : ce codex eut un impact important pour le monastere de Cassiodore et de Bede… Expand
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