Iamblichus of Trier

Iamblichus of Trier also known as Jamblichus or Jamblychus was a 5th-century bishop of Trier from 475 / 476.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

Tabula Episcoporum Trevirensium

He is attested in an inscription found in Chalon-sur-Saône. There seems to be no doubt about his historicity,[8] although records from his time are scant due to the transition from the Roman Empire to Frankish rule.[9]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Peter Becker: The Benedictine Abbey of St. Eucharius-St. Matthias in Trier (= Germania Sacra NF 34). Berlin and others 1996, p 395.
  2. ^ Friedrich Prinz: European Basics of German history (4th – 8th century). In Handbook of German History, 10th edition, Stuttgart 2004, 399.
  3. ^ Martin Schanz, Carl Hosius: History of Roman literature to the legislative work of the Emperor Justinian. 4.2, the Roman literature of Constantin until the legislative work of Justinian; Vol. 2. The literature of the fifth and sixth century. München 1971 [Reprint of 1920] S. 379
  4. ^ Hans Hubert Anton : The Trier Church and northern Gaul in late Roman and Frankish times. In: Hartmut Atsma (eds.): La Neustrie. Les pays au nord de la Loire de 650 à 850, colloque historique international (= Beihefte of Francia. 16.2). Vol 2, Thorbecke, Sigmaringen 1989, pp 53-73.
  5. ^ Hans Hubert Anton: Studies on the social and ecclesial leadership Gaul: Germanus of Auxerre, Lupus of Troyes and the Trier bishops of the 5th century In: Yearbook for West German national history (1993) p. 40-43.
  6. ^ Martin Schanz, Carl Hosius: History of Roman literature to the legislative work of the Emperor Justinian. 4.2, the Roman literature of Constantin until the legislative work of Justinian; Vol. 2. The literature of the fifth and sixth century. München 1971 [Reprint of 1920] p.379.
  7. ^ Hochspringen ↑ Johann Friedrich: Church history of Germany. Vol. 1, (Bamberg 1867) p. 407.
  8. ^ Diocese of Trier at catholic-hierarchy.org.
  9. ^ Trier at New Advent.org.