Ninth Century

Some articles on ninth century, century:

Collections Of Ancient Canons - From The Earliest To The Apocryphal Collections - Collections of Ecclesiastico-civil Laws
... canonice compta", apparently compiled in Lombardy during the ninth century, and handed down in a manuscript of the Bibliothèque Nationale at Paris ... In the first half of the ninth century Ansegisus, Abbot of Fontenelles (823-33), collected in four books capitularies of Charlemagne, Louis the Pious and Lothaire I the first two ... a larger number of forged documents appeared about the middle of the ninth century (Capitula of Benedict Levita, Capitula Angilramni, Canons of Isaac of Langres, above ...
Christian Views On The Classics - Medieval Period
... about the middle of the sixth century, the first indication of classical culture were seen in Britain and a little later, towards the close of the century, in Ireland ... Even after eliminating fifth- century manuscripts there still remains a fair number of manuscripts in this style of writing ... It was revived in Gaul in the eighth century, when the classic Latin literature was again studied with ardour ...
List Of Anglo-Welsh Wars - Ninth Century
... During the first half of the century a reinvigorated Mercia almost conquers the rest of Wales ... At the end of the century Viking raids on England bring the Welsh some respite ...
Bishops Of Sisteron - Bishops
... Genès (573) Pologronius (584–585) Secondin I (614) Johannes II (812–860) Viventius (ninth century) Magnibert (ninth century) Amantius (ninth century) Secondin II ... (ninth century) Virmagne (ninth century) Bon (867) Vincent (end of ninth century) Eustorge (tenth century) Arnulphe (925 ?) Johann III ... Chevrier (1060–1080 ?) Carl (1082) Nitard (end of eleventh century) Bertrand I ...
Traditional Ambrosian Rite - The Occasional Services
... Manuscripts, and from the form in the undated printed Ritual of the late fifteenth century, but the difference at that point is no less than the introduction of the Roman manner and words of ... Amen." The fifteenth-century printed Ritual varies the first anointing ... Manuscript 2990, an early fifteenth-century North Italian fragment, and in the Venetian printed pre-Tridontine Rituals, a form very like the last (but reading Ungo) with the same anointings as in the Roman Rite ...

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