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Mesdames et Messieurs, let the discussion of the Glossa Ordinaria begin!Metrodorus 01:53, 1 February 2007 (UTC)

Origin of Glossa Ordinaria[edit]

The historian of science, David C. Lindberg maintains that this text originated with Anselm of Laon and his followers in his Science in the Middle Ages (1978) ISBN 978-0226482330 on page 525, which is not as early as the origin date implied here... Stevenmitchell (talk) 03:22, 25 September 2010 (UTC)

Excerpted from article on Walafrid Strabo

Ascribed works Johannes Trithemius, Abbot of Sponheim (1462-1516), credited him with the authorship of the Glossa Ordinaria or Ordinary Glosses on the Bible. The work dates, however, from the 12th century, but Trithemius' erroneous ascription remained current well into the 20th century.[3]

[edit] Notes 1.^ Airlie, "The aristocracy in the service of the state in the Carolingian period", p. 97. 2.^ a b Airlie, "The aristocracy in the service of the state in the Carolingian period", pp. 98-9. 3.^ See Karlfried Froehlich, "The Printed Gloss," in Biblia Latina cum Glossa Ordinaria, Facsimile Reprint of the Editio Princeps Adolph Rusch of Strassburg 1480/81, intro. Karlfried Froehlich and Margaret T. Gibson (Brepols: Turnhout, 1992).