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Manuscripts and Libraries in the Carolingian World, Villa Barberini, Piazza San Pietro, 25-29 May 2003

Monday, 26 May 2003, 900-1300, 1500-1800

CODICES SAEC. VIII-IX

Nick Everett, Harvard University - Scripts and manuscripts in Lombard Italy

Birgit Ebersperger, Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften - Editing Bernhard Bischoff's Katalog of Carolingian Manuscripts

Michael Allen, University of Chicago - Scribes, scholars and texts at Frechulf's scriptorium at Lisieux

Wesley Stevens, University of Winnipeg -  Pal. lat. 1447 and Pal. lat. 1448: Tempora unde dicta sunt?

Elke Krotz, Universitńt MŘnchen - Tironisches Wissen turonischer SchŘler

Martina Pantarotto, Milano - Un manoscritto della collezione canonica pseudo-isidoriana nella Brescia carolingia, B II 13

Harold Andrew Siegel III, University of Notre Dame - The Library and Manuscripts of Emperor Lothar I

Tuesday, 27 May 2003, 1500-1800

Natalia Lozovsky, Indiana University - Education and Ideology in Carolingian Geographical Manuscripts

Laura Pani, UniversitÓ di Udine - Alcuni codici di presunta origine italo-settentrionale dell'Historia Langobardorum di Paolo Diacono

Vladimir Mazhuga, Institute for History, Russian Academy of Sciences - Trois fragments carolingiens peu connus Ó Saint-PÚtersbourg

Paul J.E. Kershaw, University of Virginia - Bede's Historia Ecclesiastica and Berne 363

Wednesday, 28 May 2003, 1500-1800

CODICES SAEC. X-XI

Michael Gorman, Milan - Manuscript books at Monte Amiata in the Eleventh Century

Arianna Ciula, UniversitÓ di Siena - I codici dell'abbazia di San Eugenio di Siena

Donatella Frioli, UniversitÓ di Trento - La biblioteca di Vallombrosa nell'XI secolo

Ernesto Stagni, UniversitÓ di Pisa - Manoscritti, biblioteche e tradizioni da ricostruire: sguardi sul passato dalle postille di un erudito francese del sec. XIII

Thursday, 29 May 2003, 1500-1800

ART HISTORY

Kevanne Kirkwood, University of Delaware - An Irish theological miscellany from Bobbio, Milan F 60 sup. 

Heather Pulliam, Western Kentucky University -The Decorated Initials of the Corbie Psalter

Barbara Baert, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven - The Iconography of the Discovery of the True Cross: Gellone, Vercelli and Wessobrunn: Identity, Context, Function

Fabrizio Crivello, UniversitÓ di Torino - Manoscritti e legature preziose alla corte di Eberardo del Friuli

The conference fee is euro 250 per person, which covers five nights and six days (all meals and a room) in Villa Barberini in Piazza San Pietro.

The event is sponsored by The Medieval Institute at the University of Notre Dame and by the Institutum Patristicum Augustinianum.

Michael Gorman

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