Angelomus of Luxeuil

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Angelomus (died c.895) was a Benedictine monk from Luxeuil, Franche-Comté, and Biblical commentator. He was influenced by Alcuin.[1] He used the Pseudo-Jerome.[2]



  • Michael Gorman, The Commentary on Genesis of Angelomus of Luxeuil and Biblical Studies under Lothar, Studi medievali 40 (1999)
  • Robert G. Babcock, Angelomus and Manuscripts from the Luxeuil Library, Aevum, LXXIV (May–August 2000), 431-440


  1. ^ "Bracken - Rationalism and the Bible in Seventh-Century Ireland". 
  2. ^ A. Saltman (1975). Quaestiones on the Book of Samuel by Pseudo-Jerome. p. 26. 

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