The Liberal Arts and the Polemic Strategy of the Opus Caroli Regis Contra Synodum (Libri Carolini)

@article{Ommundsen2002TheLA,
  title={The Liberal Arts and the Polemic Strategy of the Opus Caroli Regis Contra Synodum (Libri Carolini)},
  author={{\AA}. Ommundsen},
  journal={Symbolae Osloenses},
  year={2002},
  volume={77},
  pages={175 - 200}
}
  • Å. Ommundsen
  • Published 2002
  • Philosophy
  • Symbolae Osloenses
  • Charlemagne is known, among other things, for his emphasis on education and the liberal arts in the Carolingian empire. The text Opus Caroli regis contra synodum from the 790s, traditionally called Libri Carolini , is written in opposition to the Byzantine empire and its rulers Irene and Constantine, who organized the Second Nicene Council in 787, regarding the question of images. The Opus Caroli regis , however, does not just deal with questions concerning the theology on images and worship… CONTINUE READING
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