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Haimo of Auxerre (d. ca. 865) was a member of the Benedictine Abbey of Saint-Germain d'Auxerre. Although he was the author of numerous Biblical commentaries and theological texts, little of his life is known today. Haimo defended the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist and condemned those who considered that the Eucharist was just a "sign". This realism applied also to his ecclesiology. Haymo van Auxerre (gestorven ca. 855) was aangesloten bij de benedictijner Abdij van Sint-Germanus van Auxerre. Hoewel hij de auteur was van talrijke Bijbelse commentaren en theologische teksten, is er weinig over zijn leven bekend. Van diverse teksten, die eerder werden toegeschreven aan Haymo van Halberstadt, gelooft men nu dat deze door Haymo van Auxerre zijn geschreven. Noto soprattutto per essere stato maestro nella scuola della Chiesa di Saint-Germain d'Auxerre. Discepolo di Murethach. Tra i suoi allievi Erico di Auxerre, in particolare nel campo delle scienze scritturali .Le sue opere , secondo Giovanni Tritemio sono stati a lungo attribuiti al suo omonimo Aimone di Halberstadt. Ha composto un Commentarium in Cantica Canticorum ispirata a Beda, a lungo attribuito a Tommaso d'Aquino. Aimone pratica il metodo della quesito, tipica della scuola esegetica di Auxerre.
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Haymo van Auxerre (gestorven ca. 855) was aangesloten bij de benedictijner Abdij van Sint-Germanus van Auxerre. Hoewel hij de auteur was van talrijke Bijbelse commentaren en theologische teksten, is er weinig over zijn leven bekend. Van diverse teksten, die eerder werden toegeschreven aan Haymo van Halberstadt, gelooft men nu dat deze door Haymo van Auxerre zijn geschreven. Haymo's exegetische geschriften worden geïndexeerd als onderdeel van het Edwards project van Burton Van Name, "The Manuscript Transmission of Carolingian Biblical Commentaries" (The transmissie van manuscripten over karolingische Bijbelse commentaren). Haimo of Auxerre (d. ca. 865) was a member of the Benedictine Abbey of Saint-Germain d'Auxerre. Although he was the author of numerous Biblical commentaries and theological texts, little of his life is known today. Haimo defended the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist and condemned those who considered that the Eucharist was just a "sign". This realism applied also to his ecclesiology. Several texts, including the Patrologia Latina, previously attributed to Haymo of Halberstadt, are now believed to be his work. Haimo's exegetical writings are indexed as part of Burton Van Name Edwards's project, "The Manuscript Transmission of Carolingian Biblical Commentaries." Noto soprattutto per essere stato maestro nella scuola della Chiesa di Saint-Germain d'Auxerre. Discepolo di Murethach. Tra i suoi allievi Erico di Auxerre, in particolare nel campo delle scienze scritturali .Le sue opere , secondo Giovanni Tritemio sono stati a lungo attribuiti al suo omonimo Aimone di Halberstadt. Ha composto un Commentarium in Cantica Canticorum ispirata a Beda, a lungo attribuito a Tommaso d'Aquino. Aimone pratica il metodo della quesito, tipica della scuola esegetica di Auxerre.
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