Agraecius, Agroecius, Agritius

AGRAECIUS d. ca. 487. The name is variously written: Agraecius, Agroecius, Agritius. Bishop of Sens, second half 5th c. Sidonius Apollinaris sent him a letter Ep. VII,5, inviting Agraecius to accompany him to Bourges to reestablish order. He wrote an Ars de orthographia. At his death ca. 487 he was buried in the Church of Saint-Lon, a.k.a. SaintGervais-et-Protais. Toward the end of the 9th c. his successor bishop Antegisius transferred his relics to the monastery of St. Pierre-le-Vif. Feast 15 June. To be distinguished from the Spanish bishop Agrestius. Editions: Ed. of the Ars de orthographia, ed. H. Keil, in Grammatici latini, VII, Leipzig 1880, 113-125, repr. Hildesheim 1961; another edition: ed. M. Pugliarello in Collana di grammatici latini, Milan 1978. Studies: AAS 1698 Junii, II, 687; DHGE 1 1912 1017; DBF 1 1923 802-803 with bibl.; BS 1 1961 616 with bibl.; Histoire littraire de la France, II, Paris 1974, 564; M. Irvine, The Making of Textual Culture: Grammatica and Literary Theory, 350-1100 Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature 19, Cambridge 1994; E. Prez Rodr­guez, La cristianizaci³n de la Gramtica latina ss. V-IX, in A. Alberte Gonzlez, C. Mac­as Villalobos eds., Actas del Congreso Internacional Cristianismo y tradici³n latina. Mlaga, 25 a 28 de abril de 2000, Malaga 2001, available also in electronic AnMal n. 6 at: http://www.anmal .uma.es/anmal/numero6/Estrella.htm.
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