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Diana Webb

the twelfth-century Italian bishops to achieve veneration. Not all of them were ‘popular’ in the sense of attracting lay as well as clerical enthusiasm, but it was characteristic of bishop-saints (as of holy popes in their special relationship to Rome) that, as well as standing up for the church, they were represented as earning the gratitude of their citizens by a variety of means: obtaining

in Saints and cities in medieval Italy
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Simon MacLean

south in the heartlands of Lotharingia. 144 Some of these may have left a mark in the Prüm estate survey. Because the information was not directly relevant to its purpose, very few donors were named in this document, and those that were presumably had a special relationship with the monastery – we know this to be true of the one donor who has been identified, the Madalwin who gave fourteen manses before signing up

in History and politics in late Carolingian and Ottonian Europe