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R10. Stephanus de Galardone (Etienne de Gallardon / Stephanus de Gualardon / Stephanus de Guallardone / Stephanus de Galardun), † Um 1243

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This chapter is a part of the 119 works from the corpus of the Latin dialogues of the Middle Ages presented in this book Lateinische Dialoge 1200 -1400. It presents the title, incipit and explicit as well as information on author, date, textual transmission, editions and a summary of the contents of the dialogue between King Philip and Peter, the singer. The dialogue is about Peter's illustration on how a good king should rule himself and his people. The dialogue also mentions elections of bishops. The author of the manuscript that presents this dialogue was de Gallardon. In the period around 1212, he was a clerk in the office The French King Philippe Auguste. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: de Gallardon; King Philip; Latin dialogues; Middle Ages; Peter, the singer

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