St. Abbo, Abbot of Fleury
French monk and
an associate of
Pope Sylvester II.
He was killed by monks who opposed his attempts to reform their monastery.
From the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica:
Catholic Patron Saints Index:
1912 Catholic Encyclopedia Entry:
(Read with caution)
Abbo de Fleury.
--- Chris Plicht
Aimoin of Fleury:
Vita Sancti Abbonis,
[Migne] Life and miracles
15 Epistolæ, PL 139:419
Apologeticus ad Hugonem et Rodbertum Reges Francorum, PL 139:461
English translation of short excerpt about the Year 1000.
Famous passage describing how Abbo as a young man refuted a preacher at the cathedral of Paris who taught that the world would end soon after
the year 1000.
--- Apocalyptic Theories
52 Canons, PL 139:473
Vita Sancti Eadmundi, Regis Anglorum et Martyris, PL 139:507
The Martyrdom of St. Edmund, King of East Anglia:
Cutler's translation of the (much-abridged) Anglo-Saxon version, 1998.
Carmen Acrostichum ad Ottonem Imperatorem, PL 139:519
[Migne] Poem with hidden message.
Quæstiones Grammaticales, PL 139:521
Comments on the Latin of various classical authors.
Epitome de XCI Romanorum Pontificum Vitis, PL 139:535
Short lives of popes.
Commentarium in Cyclum Victorii, PL 139:569
Commentary on the chronology and Easter-computation method proposed by
Victorius of Aquitaine
2012 November 7
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