Marbod of Rennes

(c. 1035—1123)

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(c.1035–1123) Teacher and chancellor (1069) at Angers; bishop of Rennes (1096).

A wide-ranging poet, he composed elegant Latin works including amatory, didactic, and hagiographic poems, hymns, and a popular and often-translated lapidary. See also loire valley poets.


Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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