Thanks ever so much for your help. I checked the Bollandist's website,
and it sounds as if the one at Arras is the nearest - nothing in the UK
except a 15th ms. in Edinburgh. Has anyone else out there done any work
on S. Remigius? I'd be interested to hear what other people have found,
especially in relation to the legend of the Ste. Ampoule, and
comparisons between Clovis, Charlemagne, Constantine, etc., etc. Just



> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Sherry Reames [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent:	17 August 1999 19:32
> To:	[log in to unmask]
> Subject:	early mss of Hincmar's Life of St. Remi
> Dear Chris, 
> A quick check of the Bollandists' new on-line tool,  "BHL-ms", comes
> up with a manuscript of BHL 7155 [chs. 1-23 of Hincmar's life of
> Remigius] in the municipal library at Arras that's dated 975-1000 and
> another one at Naples dated between 976 and 1025.  Is this the kind of
> information you were looking for?   If so, take a look at that
> website:  !  It gives lots of additional
> information about manuscripts of the various accounts of St. Remi.   
> Sherry Reames  
> At 10:03 AM 8/17/1999 +0100, you wrote: 
> >Hi there. Does anybody know of any 9th/10th c. copies of Hincmar's
> Life 
> >of Saint Remi? I'm currently looking at the Saint Remi window at 
> >Chartres, and I'd quite like to tie up the two narratives - I
> understand 
> >the original text has two levels of comprehension. 
> > 
> >cheers 
> > 
> >Chris Dell 
> >