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Classified as a gesta episcoporum 2the text is the last of three historiographical works produced by the cathedral chapter of Rouen in the eleventh century, the others being a set of annals and a metrical chronicle in elegiac distiches 3.
A key base resource for the history of the church of Rouen, and fundamental to our understanding of the ecclesiastical history of ducal Normandy, editions of the AAR have, until now, remained confined to scattered and outdated seventeenth- and eighteenth-century collections.
In a period infamous for its paucity of sources, especially those produced by the secular church, this apparent neglect le manuscrit secret du nil somewhat surprising.
The AAR is one of only two works of this genre produced by a Norman cathedral chapter during the ducal period 4and its importance as a text means that historians both le manuscrit secret du nil and modern have relied upon it 5.
A new edition of the AAR, therefore, not only makes this essential resource more accessible, but an analysis of it also allows us to better understand circumstances in the le manuscrit secret du nil as it entered a period of reform, and the means by which it hoped to define both its own history and the religious heritage of the region.
The individual responsible for this copy also worked anonymously, but can now be identified as the monk Theoderic. He used the AAR to promote an entirely different history of the archbishops, and sought in particular to tarnish the reputation of Archbishop John of Ivry 6with whom the monks had come into conflict.
Having le manuscrit secret du nil with a brief prologue describing the ecclesiastical province, the first details the careers of the early archbishops from the foundation of the see to the sixth century.
Of greatest interest is a discussion concerning the primacy of St. Nicasius as first bishop of Rouen, which was inserted into the second version of the text written at the abbey of Saint-Ouen. There are few historical details, however, and at times the work is little le manuscrit secret du nil than a list of names.
The second section begins with an account of the deposition and murder of St. The third section records the careers of the Norman archbishops, including a lengthy development on Archbishop Mauriliusand ends with a note on his successor, John of Ivry.
The tumult itself occurred after John, who le manuscrit secret du nil supposed to conduct the feast day Mass of St.
Ouen, arrived at the abbey late and found that proceedings had started without him. Clearly feeling that his jurisdiction had been undermined, the archbishop flew into a rage.
He then began to celebrate Mass himself, but was interrupted when someone offended by his behaviour began to ring the monastery bell.
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The individual responsible then ran to the square, and shouted that John was trying to take the relics of St. Ouen—he was not—back to the cathedral.
Enraged, the people of Rouen entered the church and attacked the archbishop. The cathedral clerks and Saint-Ouen monks soon began to brawl, and the situation only dissipated with the arrival of the local vicomte.
The vivid description of such an event, and its aftermath, has understandably held a certain attraction for scholars, and the account is important not only for the historical information it relates, but also the fascinating insight it provides into episcopal-monastic relations in this period.
The le manuscrit secret du nil paragraph, which also appears only in the abbey version of the text, is comprised of a short biographical note on William Bona Anima. The possible existence of a lost third is also le manuscrit secret du nil.
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The codex was not bound together until the thirteenth century, with some documents inserted as late as the eighteenth 9. The AAR covers ten pages of the collection, both recto and verso, and is entitled on the first page by an early modern hand Cathalogus archiepiscoporum Rothomagensium.
The text has some rudimentary illumination. The first letter of the first word is an illuminated initial, and certain letters throughout the text have also been rubricated. This begins quite regularly le manuscrit secret du nil first, but stops at the le manuscrit secret du nil of page twenty-seven and only resumes rather infrequently from page thirty-three onwards.