Caesarius of Arles and his World (15th-16th March ’13)

Ah, Caesarius of Arles (d. 542). He had the distinction of being prominent in the south of what is now France just at the point when Alaric II's Visigothic kingdom was obliterated by Clovis, then when Theoderic the Great took it back, and then when the Franks took it over again when the Goths in… Continue reading Caesarius of Arles and his World (15th-16th March ’13)

Bonifatii et Lulli Epistolae Project, Toronto

Back in 2011, I was lucky enough to be invited to speak at a workshop in Toronto which was intended to launch a magisterial new edition of the letters of Boniface, co-ordinated by Andy Orchard and Alain Stoclet. Yesterday, a blogsite for the project went live, promising information and podcasts from that workshop, and further… Continue reading Bonifatii et Lulli Epistolae Project, Toronto