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„SACRAMENTARIUM IMMIXTUM“ ET UNIFORMISATION ROMAINE. De l’Hadrianum au Supplément d’Aniane

Abstract : Sacramentarium immixtum and Roman Standardization: From the Hadrianum to the Aniane Supplement. In an attempt to distinguish the facts and their interpretation, the author proposes a critical rereading of two key documents of the history of the Carolingian liturgy: the letter of Adrien I to Charlemagne concerning the Gregorian sacramentary and the prologue Hucusque“of the Aniane Supplement, translated entirely in French. The meaning of the letter seems to have been increased, that of the prologue insufficiently exploited. The legitimate cohabitation, at that time, of several different sacramentaries should be better emphasized, while the part taken by the Carolingian power in the diffusion of a uniform Roman liturgy must be nuanced and its chronology revised
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Martin Morard. „SACRAMENTARIUM IMMIXTUM“ ET UNIFORMISATION ROMAINE. De l’Hadrianum au Supplément d’Aniane. Archiv für Liturgiewissenschaft, 2004. ⟨hal-03348566⟩

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