Source: FacsimileBrescia.LiberVitae

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Source Information
Source Title The Liber Vitae of Brescia
Date of composition c.850-c.875
Language Latin
Primary Source Information
Repository Biblioteca Queriniana
Country Italy
Manuscript location Brescia
Folio(s)/page(s) 27v, 31v
Additional information The folios which are here indicated are those containing relevant entries for the purposes of the Prosopograhy.
Siglum/accession no. G. VI. 7

Notes

For a discussion of the English names and the circumstances that led to their insertion in the Liber Vitae of Brescia, see @Keynes 1997, 'Anglo-Saxon entries in the "Liber Vitae" of Brescia', in Alfred the Wise. Studies in honour of Janet Bately on the occasion of her sixty-fifth birthday, ed. by J. Roberts, J.L. Nelson with M. Godden (Woodbridge, 1997), pp. 99-119.
*The date of composition refers to the period in which the English names are likely to have been entered: the first set of English names (folio 27v) were probably entered in the 850s, whereas the second set (folio 31v) was entered in the third quarter of the ninth century (see @Keynes 1997, pp. 107, 109.

Edition(s)

Editor Article or Book Title Journal or Pub.Loc. Date pp.
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Der Memorial-und Liturgiecodex von San Salvatore/Santa Giulia in Brescia Geuenich, Dieter; Ludwig, Uwe Der Memorial-und Liturgiecodex von San Salvatore/Santa Giulia in Brescia Hannover 2000 167, 171

Event/Transaction List

Factoid Type Source Reference Short Description
1 Event Brescia.LiberVitae  p. 167, 27v5 Various people of Anglo-Saxon origin had their names recorded in the Liber Vitae of Brescia; some possibly in conjunction with Ęthelwulf 1's journey to Rome.
2 Event Brescia.LiberVitae  p. 171, 31v1 Various people of Anglo-Saxon origin had their names recorded in the Liber Vitae of Brescia. Among these the names of Burgred 5 and Ęthelswith 1 can be identified.