Flodoard, the will of St Remigius and the see of Reims in the tenth century

@article{Roberts2014FlodoardTW,
  title={Flodoard, the will of St Remigius and the see of Reims in the tenth century},
  author={Edward Joseph Philip Roberts},
  journal={Early Medieval Europe},
  year={2014},
  volume={22}
}
  • E. Roberts
  • Published 1 May 2014
  • History
  • Early Medieval Europe
The ‘longer’ will of St Remigius of Reims, as preserved in the mid‐tenth‐century Historia Remensis ecclesiae of Flodoard of Reims, is widely agreed to be a forgery. But despite the fact that it is known almost exclusively from Flodoard's work, historians have never suggested that this document was produced in his day. This article contends that the longer will was indeed an original component of the Historia. Read in this context, the will can throw new light on the Historia itself, the career… 
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