Anselm of Besate (Anselmus Peripateticus)

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(11th century) Educated in Padua and Reggio; served in the chapel of Henry III.

His Rhetorimachia (c.1046/48), in epistolary form, combines rhetorical precepts with lively denunciations of clerical vice.



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

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