Heiric of Auxerre

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Heiric of Auxerre [1] (841–876) was a French Benedictine theologian and writer.

He was an oblate of the monastery of St. Germanus of Auxerre, from a young age. He studied with Servatus Lupus and Haymo of Auxerre. His own students included Remigius of Auxerre and Hucbald.

His Miracula sancti Germani was a verse life of St. Germanus. Other works include his Collectaeum,[2] a homiliary, and glosses on the Categoriae decem.

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  1. ^ Heiricus Autissiodorensis or Altissiodorensis, Eric of Auxerre.
  2. ^ ... a florilegium consisting mainly of extracts from classical authors, particularly Valerius Maximus, Rosamond McKitterick, The Frankish Kingdoms under the Carolingians (1983), p. 290.

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