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Baudri of Bourgueil

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The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages
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Baudri of Bourgueil (Baldricus) (c.1046–1130) 

Abbot of Bourgueil (c.1080), archbishop of Dol (1107). Baudri’s collection of refined, witty Latin verse includes letters to male and female friends and *patrons, epitaphs, and occasional poetry. He also produced a history of the First *Crusade, *hagiographies, and *letters. See also epigram; loire valley poets.

Bridget Kennedy Balint

Bibliography

Baudri of Bourgueil, ‘Opera’, PL, 162, 1043–58; 166, 1181–1280.Find this resource:

    —— Poèmes, ed. J.-Y. Tilliette, 2 vols (1998, 2002).Find this resource:

      G. Bond, The Loving Subject: Desire, Eloquence, and Power in Romanesque France (1995).Find this resource:

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