|Series||Texts and studies in the history of mediaeval education,, no. 6|
|LC Classifications||LB125.F8 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||57002911|
Get this from a library! Bishop Fulbert and education at the school of Chartres. [Loren Carey MacKinney]. Fulbert of Chartres (French: Fulbert de Chartres; –10 April ) was the Bishop of Chartres from to and a teacher at the Cathedral school there. He was responsible for the advancement of the Nativity of the Virgin's feast day on September 8 and for one of the many reconstructions of the Cathedral of of the available information about him is found in the. Saint Fulbert of Chartres, ; feast day April 10), French bishop of Chartres who developed the cathedral school there into one of Europe’s chief centres of learning. Educated at Reims under Gerbert (later Pope Sylvester II), Fulbert was appointed . 1. The School of Chartres: Myth or Reality? 2. Fulbert of Chartres: The Mythical Founder of the School of Chartres 3. Bernard of Chartres: "The Foremost Platonist of Our Time" 4. William of Conches: "The Most Accomplished Grammarian after Bernard of Chartres" 5. Gilbert of Poitiers: Chancellor of Chartres and Demanding Master 6.
Richard John Carew Chartres, Baron Chartres, GCVO, ChStJ, PC, FSA (/ ˈ tʃ ɑːr t ər z /; born 11 July ) is a retired bishop of the Church of was area Bishop of Stepney from to and Bishop of London from to He was sworn of the Privy Council in the same year he became Bishop of London. He was also Gresham Professor of Divinity from to Church: Church of England. Fulbert of Chartres, bishop, b. between and ; d. Ap or Ap or Mabillon and others think that he was born in Italy, probably at Rome; but Pfister, his latest biographer, designates as his birth-place the Diocese of Lauclun in the present department of Gard in France. In Fulbert opened a school at Chartres which soon became the most famous seat of learning in France and drew scholars not only from the remotest parts of France, but also from Italy, Germany, and England. Fulbert was also chancellor of the church of Chartres and treasurer of St. Hilary's at Poitiers. Jeauneau provides a fascinating portrait of the School of Chartres during its heyday in the first half of the twelfth century, bringing to light the accomplishments of Fulbert of Chartres, Bernard of Chartres, Thierry of Chartres, Gilbert of Poitiers and William of Conches.5/5(1).
He was bishop of Chartres between and Recalling his memories, one of the alumni of the cathedral school of Chartres, Adelman of Liège, called Fulbert Socrates in a letter to Berengar of Tours: “in the academy of Chartres under our venerable Socrates.”. the effect that Fulbert was a master of erudition, both secular and divine, who made his school at Chartres similar to the ancient Academy at Athens, and illuminated much of Europe by his teaching is to be accepted. But his failure to bring out the positive educational achievements of Bishop Fulbert seems to err in a negative direction. Bishop of Chartres, France, and a poet and scholar who aided the Cluniac Reform. Born in Italy circa or , Fulbert studied at Rheims, France, under future Pope Sylvester II. In he returned to France, becoming the bishop of Chartres in Fulbert rebuilt the cathedral there when it burned down and defended monasticism and orthodoxy. His hymns, treatises, and letter have survived. Bishop Fulbert and education at the school of Chartres Loren Carey MacKinney Not In Library. Loren Carey MacKinney, 2 books René Merlet, 1 book Fulbert Saint, Bishop of Chartres, 1 book Raúl Pozas Garza, 1 book Claude Genin, 1 book. Lists. watch for edits or export all records.