Lucidaire en roumans (aka Lucidaire of Honorius d’Autun)

This translation of the Elucidarium, an enclopedic work from the late 11th or first half of the 12th century, is a summary of Christian theology presented in the form of a dialogue.

The work is included in a manuscript that features several other moral and theological works, including the Barlaam et Josephat, as well as the Evangile di Nicodeme and the Sermons of Maurice de Sully. It was copied in the late13th century by a scribe named  Laurent de la Roche for the Visconti family.


Paris Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris, fr. 187

Secondary Literature

See Arlima.