Adam of Paris

Adam Of Paris, so called because born in that city, flourished in the last half of the 11th century. Thoroughly educated in the liberal arts of his own country, he passed into Greece, and was received with much honor at Sialatro, in Dalmatia, by the archbishop Laurentius, who induced him to undertake the emendation of the Acts of the Mrfrs Domnius and Anastausius. The latter part of the work is lost; but the farmer is given by Henschlenius (April 11). Adam also composed some hymns, and put into verse such parts of the Office of St. Domnius as were chanted to music.

 
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