Anselm a friar of the ABBEY OF ST. REMI at Rheims, was a writer of the 11th century. Nothing is known of his life except that he wrote in 1056, at the wish of his priest, a history of the dedication of the Church of St. Remi, in 1049, by pope Leo IX. His book is entitled Histoire de l'Eglise de Saint- Remi de Reinis, and contains different parts: first, description of the new church; second, of the voyage of pope Leo IX to Rheims, from which the book was called by Sigebert L'Itineraire du Pape Leon IX, and dates the council held on this occasion Oct. 2 and 3, 1049; dedication, and removal of the body of St. Remi in October, 1049: — Recit de quelques Miracles, with a letter from the pope to Francis concerning a celebration of the anniversary of the removal of St. Remi. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Gen., s.v.