Religious Women in Early Carolingian Francia: A Study of Manuscript Transmission and Monastic Culture

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INDEX
abbesses: Carolingian reform movement and, 7–;9, 11–;12; epitaphs of, 128; of Kitzingen, 22, 154; liturgical roles of, 76, 159, 186; monastic rules and, 148
Abelard, Peter, xv Abirhilt, 32, 41, 58, 223n30, 224n32
Abirhilt manuscripts: “;Deus per angelum”; libellus (Wü;rzburg UB M.p.th.q. 28b codex 1), 49–;54; Gregory I’;s Homilies on the Gospels as (Wü;rzburg UB M.p.th.f. 45), 40–;41, 74, 87, 106; Kitzingen homiliary as (Wü;rzburg UB M.p.th.q. 28b codex 3), 58–;59, 177–;82, 238n257; Kitzingen Isidore as (Wü;rzburg UB M.p.th.q. 28b codex 2), 54–;56, 153–;58; Kitzingen Paul as (Wü;rzburg UB M.p.th.f. 69), 36–;38; overview, 31–;37, 223n30. See also Gun(t)za and Abirhilt manuscripts
accio nuptialis, 6
Acts of Paul and Thecla, 83, 166
“;ad lapidum fluminis”; manuscripts, 10, 28, 59–;61, 239n268
Ada school, 244n98
Adam: Augustine on, 40, 96–;98, 181; in “;Deus per angelum”; libellus, 138, 141; Gregory on, 109; in Kitzingen homiliary, 178, 181, 274n246; in Passions of the Apostles, 124, 125, 181; Proba on, 199; in the Vienna Penitential, 132; in Wü;rzburg UB M.p.th. o.4, 209n36
Admonitio (Pseudo-Basil), 175–;76
Admonitio generalis (789), 8, 30, 187
Afra of Augsburg, saint (d.304), 115
Agatha of Catania, saint (d.251): as consecrated virgin, 79, 246n116; “;On the Death of Agatha of Catania,”; 51, 114, 128–;30, 134, 136, 138, 139, 141–;44, 146, 234n185, 261n165, 261n175; passion of, 51, 114, 128–;30, 134, 136, 138, 139, 141–;44, 146, 234n185, 261n165, 261n175; Quintianus and, 129, 142, 144
Agnes of Rome, saint (d. c.304): Jesus Christ and, 141–;42; passion of, 50–;51, 128–;30, 134, 136, 138, 139, 141–;44, 146, 261n170, 261n175
Alan, abbot of Farfa (d.770), 49, 132, 195
Alcuin of York (c.735–;804), 8, 9, 51, 57, 72, 159, 200, 238n257, 239n268
Aldhelm, abbot of Malmesbury (c.639–;c.790), 6, 73, 150, 172, 196; Aenigmata, 198; Carmen de virginitate of, 72, 77, 242n60; Prosa de virginitate, 22, 147, 202, 209n41, 262n193, 281nn72–;73
altar service: consecrated women and, 185–;92; virgins and, 185, 190, 192
Altmü;nster (St. Mary inside the walls), 5, 18, 29, 31, 76, 194, 216n27, 244n98, 257n152 Ambrosius Autpertus, abbot of San Vincenzo (d.784), 78, 195
Amorbach (Odenwald), 23, 218n851
Ananias of Damascus, 69
Anglo-Saxon cultural province in Francia: book production, 31; Carolingian reform movement in, 7–;15; Christianity in, 3, 16–;17; consecrated women, altar service and, 185–;92; foundation of Wü;rzburg, mythic narratives of expulsion and removal, 25–;28; gender relations in, 3–;15; historical overview, 3–;4; overview, xvi, xvii, 3–;4; passions of saints in, 112–;16; women and their books in, 29–;61. See also Main River Valley; specific topics
Anglo-Saxon cultural province in Francia, manuscripts. See manuscripts
Anglo-Saxons, in Franconia, 16, 18
animal imagery: bird imagery of Kitzingen crucif xion miniature, 70–;72, 242n55; Synonyms illustration through, 153–;58, 266n78
Annianus of Celeda, 51–;52
Annunciation, 37; Bartholomew on, 123, 133; in “;Deus per angelum”; libellus, 49, 123, 133–;34, 138
“;apocalypsis apostoli sancti pauli.”; See Vision of St. Paul
Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles, 30
apostles: Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles, 30, 31. See also Passions of the Apostles; saints; specific apostles
Apponius, 196–;200
Argenteuil, 12, 24
art: gender, spirituality and, 85–;86; historical importance of women in visual, 205. See also medieval art
artists. See theologian-artists; women artists
Astell, Ann, 110–;11
Atenolff, Giuseppi Talamo, 47
Augustine. See Augustine, bishop of Hippo
Augustine, bishop of Hippo (354–;430), 49; on Adam, 40, 96–;98, 181; on biblical characters, 88, 99; on Christian indifference to material conditions, 90–;91; on Christian unity, 90–;91; Commentary on the Psalms of, 38–;40, 68, 87–;88, 90–;98, 110,

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