Iso, Sangallensis (ca. 830 - ca. 871)
The richly illustrated Prudentius manuscript, created around 900 in the region of Lake Constance, is counted among the outstanding examples of Carolingian book art. It contains all seven poems published by Prudentius in the year 405 as well as a later added eighth work. The codex was given to the episcopal church of Strasbourg by Bishop Erchenbald of Strasbourg (965-991) and later came into the possession of Jacques Bongars.
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- Iso, Sangallensis (Annotator) Found in: Standard description
- Bongars, Jacques (Former possessor) | Erchenbaldus, Argentinensis (Former possessor) | Friedrich Kasimir, Pfalz, Pfalzgraf (Former possessor) | Gennadius, Massiliensis (Author) | Gravisset, Jakob von (Former possessor) | Iso, Sangallensis (Annotator) | Prudentius Clemens, Aurelius (Author) Found in: Standard description