61216 The fact that portions of these two books not only agree word for word but also with the Acts of the Paris reform-council of 829 is proof, as Ebert maintains (pp. 227-29), of the prior existence of the Acts.
71217 De cultu imaginum, Migne, CVI. col. 305-388.
81218 Historia translationis S. Hucberti, ibid. col. 389-394.
91219 Praefatio to his De laudibus sanctae crucis Migne, CVII. col. 147, 148. Magnentius indicates his birth at Mainz. which was called in the Old High German Magenze (see Ebert II. 121 n.). Hrabanus is the Latinized form of Hraban (i e."raven "). Rabanus is the ordinary spelling. Maurus was the epithet given to him by Alcuin (Migne, CIX. col. 10) to indicate that in Rabanus were found the virtues which had made Maurus the favorite disciple of the great St. Benedict.
01220 Cf. his self-written epitaph, Migne, CXII. col. 1671.
1221 Only one of the two, Alcuin’s, has been preserved (Migne, C. col. 398). That Raban wrote first is a reasonable conjecture from Alcuin’s letter. Cf Mullinger, p. 139.
21222 In a poem (Migne, CXII. col. 1600) addressed to Ratgar, he gently pleads for the return of his books and papers. In another longer poem he describes the defection caused by Ratgar’s tyranny (ibid. col. 1621).
31223 In his comment on Joshua xi. 8 (Migne, CVIII. col. 1053, l. 38).
41224 Migne, CVII. col. 15.
51225 See p. 700.
61226 See. p. 701.
71227 Migne, CVII, col. 24.
81228 Hefele, IV. 179-181.
91229 Migne, CVII. col. 82, 83, 84.
01230 Migne, CIV. col. 519.
1231 Unprinted are the commentaries on Isaiah, Daniel and John; lost those on Mark, Luke and Acts. The remainder are found in Migne, CVII. col. 439-670; 727-1156. CVIII., CIX., CXI. 679-1616. CXII. 9-834.
21232 Preface to Matt., Migne, CVII. col. 727.
31233 Migne, CXII. col. 849.
41234 Comment. in cantica quae ad matutinas laudes dicuntur. [CXII. col. 1089-1166.
51235 Allegoriae in universam Sacram Scripturam. Ibid. col. 849-1088.
61236 Ibid. col. 858.
71237 De vita beatae Mariae Magdalenae et sororis ejus sanctae Marthae, ibid. col. 1431—1508.
81238 De clericorum institutione, CVII. col. 293-420.
91239 He defends the use of unleavened bread in the Eucharist by an appeal to Jewish Passover usage, the Eucharist being the Christian Passover, and the use of wine mingled with water for the reason that out of the Saviour’s pierced side there flowed both water and blood. The water signifies the people, the wine the blood of Christ. Therefore their union in the cup signifies the union of the people with Christ, ibid. Lib. 1. Cap. XXX[. (col. 319, 320.)
01240 Ibid. Lib. III. Cap. If. (col. 379.)
1241 Ibid. Lib. III. Cap. XXXIX. col. 420
21242 Liber de computo, CVII. col. 669-728.
31243 De universo, CXI. col. 9-614.
41244 Excerptio de arte grammatica Prisciani, ibid. col. 613-678.
51245 Bähr, l.c. 419.
61246 Liber de sacris ordinibus, sacramentis divinis et vestimentis sacerdotalibus, Migne, CXII. col. 1165-1192.
71247 De ecclesiastica disciplina libri tres, CXII. col. 1191-1262.
81248 Glossae latino-barbaricae de partibus humani corporis, ibid. col. 1575-1578.
91249 There are also extant a few words from his Latin-German glossary to the Bible, ibid. col. 1583. Cf. Steinmeyer u. Sievers, Die althochdeutschen Glossen gesammelt u. bearbeitet, Berlin, 1879 (I.3 sqq.); quoted by Ebert, l.c. 127.
01250 De inventione linguarum, Migne, CXII. col. 1579-1584.
1251 Liber de oblatione puerorum, CVII. col. 419-440.
1261 De quaestionibus canonum poenitentialium libri tres, ibid. col. 1333-1336. (The preface only.)
21262 De vitiis et virtutibus et peccatorum satisfactione, ibid. col. 1335-1398. (Only the third book.)
31263 Homiliae, CX. col. 9-468.
41264 Ebert, l.c. p. 141, mentions particularly Lib. I., Hom. XLII., XLIII. and LXIII. The first is directed against the ridiculous custom of making a great noise, shooting arrows and throwing fire in the air when the moon is waning in order to prevent its being swallowed up by a monster. The second is directed against soothsaying in its various forms, and the third against gluttony, drunkenness and scurrility.
51265 Tractatus de anima, Migne, CX. col. 1109-1120. The Vegitian extracts are not given in Migne, but by Dümmler, cf Ebert l.c. p. 136.
71317 Perhaps in memory of his recovery from some severe illness, as that which in the winter of 838-9 confined him for a time in the convent of St. Trend in the diocese of Liège
81318 Lupus, Epist. I. (Migne, CXIX. col. 433).
91319 Baluze, in Migne, ibid. col. 425.
01320 Migne, ibid col. 445.
1321 Although he thus lived six years in Germany he never obtained a mastery of German. Wetzer u. Welte, Kirchenlexicon s. v. Lupus.
21322 So Baluze, in Migne, CXIX col. 423.
31323 It was upon this journey that Lupus fell sick. See fn. 864 p.735.
41324 So Baluze, ibid. col. 425.
51325 Pertz, Legg. I. 223
61326 Hefele, IV. III. Pertz, Legg. I. 383.
71327 Epist. 71, Migne, CXIX. col. 533.
81328 It appears as Epist. 100 in Migne, ibid. col. 575.
91329 Epist. 1, ibid. col. 433.
01330 Epist. 35, ibid. col. 502.
1331 Neander, vol. iii. p. 482. Ebert has a good passage on this point (l.c. p. 205-206). Also Mullinger, p. 165 sqq.
21332 Epistolae, Migne, CXIX. col. 431-610.
31333 "No other correspondence, for centuries, reveals such pleasant glimpses of a scholar’s life, or better illustrates the difficulties which attended ita pursuits." Mullinger p. 166.
41334 Canones concilii in Verno, Migne, l.c. col. 611-620.
51335 Liber de tribus quaestionibus, ibid. col. 621-666.
61336 Vita Sancti Maximini, Episcopi Trevirensis, Migne, CXIX. col. 665-680.
71337 Cf. Baluze (Migne, l.c. col. 425) and Ebert, l.c. p. 208.
81338 Vita Sancti Wigberti, abbatis Fritzlariensis, Migne, l.c. 679-694.
91339 The monastery of Old Corbie was in Picardy, in the present department of Somme, nine miles by rail east of Amiens. That of New Corbie was in Westphalia, and was founded by Louis the Pious in 822 by a colony of monks from Old Corbie.
01340 Stavelot is twenty-four miles southeast of Liège, in present Belgium. It is now a busy manufacturing place of four thousand inhabitants. Its abbey was founded in 651, and its abbots had princely rank and independent jurisdiction down to the peace of Luneville in 1801. The town of Malmédy lies about five miles to the northeast, and until 1815 belonged to the abbey of Stavelot. It is now in Prussia.
1341 Expositio in Matthaeum Evangelistam, Migne, CVI. col. 1261-1504.
21342 "Studui autem plus historicum sensum sequi quam spiritalem, quia irrationabile mihi videtur spiritalem intelligentiam in libro aliquo quaerere, et historicam penitus ignorare: cum historia fundamentum omnis intelligentize sit," etc. Ibid. col. 1262, l. 6, Fr. bel.
31343 Ibid. col. 1476, l. 16 and 3 Fr. bel.
41344 Ibid. col. 1503-1514, 1515-1520.
51345 Ibid. col. 1263.
61346 From Pascha, probably in allusion to big position in the Eucharistic controversy.
71347 Their abbess was Theodrada. Mabillon, Annales, lib. 27 (vol. 2, p. 371).
81348 Privilegium monasterii Corbeiensis, in Migne, CXX. col. 27-32. Cf Hefele, IV. 119.
91349 This is the date given in the Necrology of Nevelon. See Mabillon, Annales, lib. XXXVI. (vol. III. p. 119).
01350 De corpore et sanguine Domini, in Migne, CXX. col. 1259-1350.
1351 Epistola de corpore et sanguine Domini ad Frudegardum. Ibid. col. 1351-1366.
21352 Pp. 543, 546 sqq.
31353 De partu virginis, Migne, CXX. col. 1367-1386.
41354 Page 553.
51355 Expositio in evangelium Matthaei, Migne, CXX. col. 31-994.
61356 Ibid. col. 35.
71357 Ibid. col. 394.
81358 Bähr, 465.
91359 Expositio in Psalmum XLIV. Ibid. col. 993-1060.
01360 In Threnos sive Lamentationes Jeremiae. Ibid. col. 1059-1256.
1361 Ibid. col. 1220.
21362 De fide, spe et charitate. Migne, CXIX, col. 1387-1490.
31363 Ebert, l.c. 235.
41364 Vita Sancti Adalhardi, Migne. CXX. col. 1507-1556. Ebert, l.c. 236-244, gives a fulI account of Paschasius’ Lives of Adalhard and Wala.