On each side of the golden altar in the basilica of St Ambrose in Milan four saints are portrayed; one of them is a bishop of Milan, whose name has been read as Maternus, whereas it has to be read Mansuetus. The MS tradition of a letter written by Mansuetus is reconstructed, including a copy written on the initiative of Martino Corbo, praepositus of the Basilica of St Ambrose (fl 1126-52).

Ferrari, M., Il nome di Mansueto arcivescovo di Milano (c. 672-681), <<AEVUM>>, 2008; (fasc. 2): 281-291 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/19982]

Il nome di Mansueto arcivescovo di Milano (c. 672-681)

Ferrari
2008

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On each side of the golden altar in the basilica of St Ambrose in Milan four saints are portrayed; one of them is a bishop of Milan, whose name has been read as Maternus, whereas it has to be read Mansuetus. The MS tradition of a letter written by Mansuetus is reconstructed, including a copy written on the initiative of Martino Corbo, praepositus of the Basilica of St Ambrose (fl 1126-52).
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Ferrari, M., Il nome di Mansueto arcivescovo di Milano (c. 672-681), <<AEVUM>>, 2008; (fasc. 2): 281-291 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/19982]
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