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London, British Library, Cotton Vespasian D V, foll. 155r-156r

Henricus Abrincensis

Carmen de Castro forte in Strata montana sito

?, Ende (?) 13. Jh.

Beginning on fol. 115r, l. 11 Stat sublime [d]ecus et inexpugnabile castrum and ending on fol. 156r with the last line Plurima predati bona sunt, nichil iste reliquit, is a poem about Lorsch’s Starkenburg on the Bergstraße, which was written 1228/29 by Henry of Avranches and commissioned by Konrad, the last Benedictine abbot of Lorsch.

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