Bruce, please post the bibliographic data on the Landau festschrift. I
want to get it for our library.
At 02:44 PM 12/8/2000 -0600, you wrote:
>Thanks for your message. I'd also add that Martin Brett and I, as we've worked
>the last 4 years on this edition, have seen more and more--or perhaps, more
>honestly put--felt more and more the presence of an Ivonian circle. The
>problematic Arsenal Collection is certainly one indication of this. His
>in the recently-published Festschrift for Peter Landau, along with his
>contribution to the Proceedings of the Munich and Syracuse canon law
>are essential as well on this topic. I've done collations against Arsenal as
>well, and will be glad to share them. Bruce.
>Christopher Crockett wrote:
> > Bruce Brasington <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > >As for Sprandel, received wisdom remains Beauvasis. Lynn Barker in her
> > UNC dissertation would treat this; Kimberly LoPrete has also talked about
> > Ivo's background. But I've never read nor seen anything to suggest
> > that the Chartres connection is anything more than "possible".
> > many thanks.
> > i'd rather suspected that that was the case --i was certainly never able to
> > find any local connection whilst trolling through the Chartres
> documents, and
> > the name "Ivo" is not at all common in the namengut[en] of the local
> > though i *believe* that it is found Up North (cf. the families which W.M.
> > Newman discusses in his _Seigneurs de Nesle_).
> > best from here,
> > christopher
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