Gregory the Great in Anglo-Saxon Britain and Celtic Ireland


Abstract

The article is the short compendium of the information about Gregory the Great's connections in the 7th-12th century period. Connections with Britain: Augustine's Mission, Gregory's model of the evangelization, the conception of religious function of the art (visual recollection, icons), the earliest "Life of Gregory" ( by anonymous monk from Whitby, Bede Venerabilis). Connections with Irltand: Laidcen's "Egloga de Morabilibus Job", Columban's letters to Gregory, "Regiula pastoralis", paschal controversy, irish manuscripts (9th-12th century) with allusions to Gregory's writings.


Keywords

Gregory the Great; Britain; Ireland

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Published : 2003-03-30


Bulas, R. (2003). Gregory the Great in Anglo-Saxon Britain and Celtic Ireland. Vox Patrum, 44, 353-361. https://doi.org/10.31743/vp.8083

Ryszarda Bulas 
Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski  Poland




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