Note sur la présence de l’Hypomnesticon pseudo-augustinien dans le Liber glossarum

Abstract : The Liber glossarum contains a dozen mentions of a pseudo-Augustinian treatise circulated under the name of Hypomnesticon. These quotations are the first attestation of both the title and the attribution to Augustine, nearly a century before the work begins to spread among the Carolingian scholars. They draw attention to Taio, bishop of Zaragoza, who seems to have been the first to use this anonymous treatise, which points to the role of Zaragoza as a possible link between Seville and the Carolingian world
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Anne Grondeux. Note sur la présence de l’Hypomnesticon pseudo-augustinien dans le Liber glossarum. Dossiers d'HEL, SHESL, 2015, L’activité lexicographique dans le haut Moyen Âge latin Rencontre autour du Liber Glossarum (suite), 8, pp.59-78. ⟨http://dossierhel.hypotheses.org/⟩. ⟨halshs-01174635⟩

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