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Saint Ansegisus (c. 770 – 20 July 833 or 834) was a monastic reformer of the Franks. Born about 770, of noble parentage, at the age of eighteen he entered the Benedictine monastery of Fontenelle (also called St Wandrille after the name of its founder) in the diocese of Rouen. St Girowald, a relative of Ansegisus, was then Abbot of Fontanelle. Upon the recommendation of the Abbot St Girowald he was entrusted by the Emperor Charlemagne with the government and reform of two monasteries, St Sixtus near Reims and St Memius (St Mange) in the diocese of Challons-sur-Marne, in which he was successful.

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  • Ansegis (* um 770; † 20. Juli 833 oder 834 in Fontenelle) war Abt von Fontenelle (St. Wandrille) und wird von der römisch-katholischen Kirche als Heiliger verehrt.
  • Anségise est un saint, religieux franc, né vers 770 et mort le dimanche 20 juillet 833. Diplomate de Charlemagne et de Louis le Pieux, il fut abbé de Luxeuil puis de Fontenelle. Il a compilé les capitulaires des rois Francs.
  • Saint Ansegisus (c. 770 – 20 July 833 or 834) was a monastic reformer of the Franks. Born about 770, of noble parentage, at the age of eighteen he entered the Benedictine monastery of Fontenelle (also called St Wandrille after the name of its founder) in the diocese of Rouen. St Girowald, a relative of Ansegisus, was then Abbot of Fontanelle. Upon the recommendation of the Abbot St Girowald he was entrusted by the Emperor Charlemagne with the government and reform of two monasteries, St Sixtus near Reims and St Memius (St Mange) in the diocese of Challons-sur-Marne, in which he was successful.
  • De heilige Ansegisus (ca. 770 – 20 juli 833 of 834) was een rooms-katholieke abt die een aantal wetboeken voor het Frankische rijk schreef. Deze golden lange tijd als de officiële wet van Frankrijk, Duitsland en Italië. Ansegisus werd door Lodewijk de Vrome regelmatig als diplomaat afgevaardigd naar andere landen. Hij stierf in 833 of 834 en ligt begraven in de Abdij van Fontenelle. Zijn feestdag als heilige wordt gevierd op zijn sterfdag, 20 juli.
  • Ansegiz, opat z Fontenelle (ur. ok. 770 k. Lyonu, zm. 20 lipca 833 lub 834 w Fontenelle) – benedyktyński opat i reformator klasztorów w państwie Franków, święty Kościoła katolickiego. Zaczynał jako zakonnik w benedyktyńskim opactwie Fontenelle, ale wkrótce powierzono mu zadanie zreorganizowania klasztorów św. Sykstusa pod Reims i św. Memgego w diecezji Châlons-sur-Marne, które zakończył sukcesem. Karol Wielki wyznaczył go opatem klasztoru Saint Germer de Fly oraz jednocześnie powierzył mu nadzór nad kodyfikacją prawa królewskiego pod kierownictwem opata Einharda. Jego praca w Saint-Germer-de-Fly również zostało uznana za bardzo udaną.
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  • Ansegis (* um 770; † 20. Juli 833 oder 834 in Fontenelle) war Abt von Fontenelle (St. Wandrille) und wird von der römisch-katholischen Kirche als Heiliger verehrt.
  • Anségise est un saint, religieux franc, né vers 770 et mort le dimanche 20 juillet 833. Diplomate de Charlemagne et de Louis le Pieux, il fut abbé de Luxeuil puis de Fontenelle. Il a compilé les capitulaires des rois Francs.
  • Saint Ansegisus (c. 770 – 20 July 833 or 834) was a monastic reformer of the Franks. Born about 770, of noble parentage, at the age of eighteen he entered the Benedictine monastery of Fontenelle (also called St Wandrille after the name of its founder) in the diocese of Rouen. St Girowald, a relative of Ansegisus, was then Abbot of Fontanelle. Upon the recommendation of the Abbot St Girowald he was entrusted by the Emperor Charlemagne with the government and reform of two monasteries, St Sixtus near Reims and St Memius (St Mange) in the diocese of Challons-sur-Marne, in which he was successful. In 817, Louis the Pious made him abbot of the famous Luxeuil Abbey, founded by Saint Columbanus as early as 590. Finally, having also reformed Luxeuil, he was transferred in 823, after the death of Einhard, as abbot to Fontenelle, where he had begun his monastic life and which he reformed as successfully as the previous monasteries. He was responsible for compiling a number of capitularies, a document of civil and ecclesiastical law.
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