Baudri of Bourgueil
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.
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: