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Deskriptoren: Contreni, John Joseph (20. Jh.)


1Buchbeitrag  Gregory's Works in the High Medieval and Early Modern Periods
Contreni, John Joseph. (2016) - In: A companion to Gregory of Tours S. 566-581

2Buchbeitrag  Women in the Age of Eriugena
Contreni, John Joseph. (2014) - In: Eriugena and creation S. 31-50

3Artikel  Learning for God: Education in the Carolingian Age
Contreni, John Joseph. (2014) - In: The journal of medieval Latin Bd. 24 (2014) S. 89-130

4Buchbeitrag  Getting to Know Virgil in the Carolingian Age: The Vita Publii Virgilii
Contreni, John Joseph. (2014) - In: Studies Thomas F. X. Noble S. 21-46

5Buchbeitrag  John J. Contreni: A Select Bibliography
Contreni, John Joseph. (2013) - In: Studies John J. Contreni S. XVff.

6Buchbeitrag  The patristic legacy to c. 1000
Contreni, John Joseph. (2012) - In: The new Cambridge history of the bible. 2. From 600 to 1450 S. 505-535

7Artikel  'Old Orthodoxies Die Hard': Herwagen's 'Bridferti Ramesiensis Glossae'
Contreni, John Joseph. (2011 - 2012) - In: Peritia Bd. 22/23 (2011/12) S. 15-52

8Buchbeitrag  The early career and formation of John Scottus
Contreni, John JosephÓ Néill, Pádraig P.. (2011) - In: Contreni, Learning and culture in Carolingian Europe Tl. VI S. 1-24

9Buchbeitrag  Bede's scientific works in the Carolingian age
Contreni, John Joseph. (2011) - In: Contreni, Learning and culture in Carolingian Europe Tl. IV S. 247-259

10Buchbeitrag  The pursuit of knowledge in Carolingian Europe
Contreni, John Joseph. (2011) - In: Contreni, Learning and culture in Carolingian Europe Tl. II S. 106-141

11Buchbeitrag  John Scottus and Bede
Contreni, John Joseph. (2011) - In: Contreni, Learning and culture in Carolingian Europe Tl. V S. 91-140

12Buchbeitrag  Carolingian biblical culture
Contreni, John Joseph. (2011) - In: Contreni, Learning and culture in Carolingian Europe Tl. VII S. 1-23

13Sammelwerk  Learning and culture in Carolingian Europe: Letters, numbers, exegesis, and manuscripts
Contreni, John Joseph. - Farnham (2011)

14Buchbeitrag  The "Laon Formulary" and the cathedral school of Laon at the beginning of the tenth century
Contreni, John Joseph. (2011) - In: Contreni, Learning and culture in Carolingian Europe Tl. X S. 1-14

15Buchbeitrag  "Building mansions in Heaven": the "Visio Baronti", Archangel Raphael, and a Carolingian king
Contreni, John Joseph. (2011) - In: Contreni, Learning and culture in Carolingian Europe Tl. I S. 673-706

16Buchbeitrag  "By lions, bishops are meant; by wolves, priests": history, exegesis, and the Carolingian church in Haimo of Auxerre's "Commentary on Ezechiel"
Contreni, John Joseph. (2011) - In: Contreni, Learning and culture in Carolingian Europe Tl. VIII S. 29-56

17Buchbeitrag  Counting, calendars, and cosmology: numeracy in the early Middle Ages
Contreni, John Joseph. (2011) - In: Contreni, Learning and culture in Carolingian Europe Tl. III S. 43-83

18Buchbeitrag  What was Emperor Augustus doing at a Carolingian banquet (Anth. Lat.² 719f)?
Contreni, John Joseph. (2011) - In: Contreni, Learning and culture in Carolingian Europe Tl. IX S. 372-394

19Buchbeitrag  Louis the Pious (April 16, 778-June 20, 840)
Contreni, John Joseph. (2006) - In: Key figures in medieval Europe S. 422-423

20Buchbeitrag  Charlemagne (747-814)
Contreni, John Joseph. (2006) - In: Key figures in medieval Europe S. 118-122

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