b. between AD 530 and 540 in Valdobbiadene near Treviso;
d. shortly after AD 600 in Poitiers;
regarded as the last Latin poet of Antiquity.
More than 250 poems, most of which are transmitted in a corpus of 11 books; this anthology also contains 10 prose epistles, an interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer (Expositio orationis dominicae), and one of the Creed (Expositio symboli). Outside of this corpus, …