Recherches sur la bibliothèque de l'église cathédrale de Beauvais

@inproceedings{OmontRecherchesSL,
  title={Recherches sur la biblioth{\`e}que de l'{\'e}glise cath{\'e}drale de Beauvais},
  author={Henri Auguste Omont}
}
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The Library in Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century French Literature: Benoît de Sainte-Maure’s Roman de Troie, Chrétien de Troyes’s Cligès, and Adenet le Roi’s Berte as grans piés
Abstract: The allusion to a real or imaginary source is a commonplace in medieval literature; however, some writers take this reference to sources a stage further and speak about the discovery of a
Bishops, Authority and Community in Northwestern Europe, c.1050-1150
1. The bishop and his authority 2. Becoming bishop: clerical culture and episcopal formation in the archdiocese of Reims around 1100 3. Restless flocks: the challenges to episcopal authority 4. Band
The Paratext to Chrétien de Troyes's Cligés: A Reappraisal of the Question of Authorship and Readership in the Prologue
Starting with the premise that medieval manuscripts exhibit paratextual vestiges of their auctores, redactors, copyists, and readers, this article re-examines the question of authorship and
The Ancient Classics in the Mediaeval Libraries
AS THE twelfth century was the age of the second revival of the ancient classics, it would be of interest to know what works of Greek and Roman writers were present in the libraries of the period and