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The Archpoet (c. 1130 - c. 1165), or Archipoeta (in Latin and German), is the name given to a bibulous 12th century anonymous author of some ten known poems from medieval Latin literature, the most famous of these being his "Confession" found within the Carmina Burana manuscript (under CB 191). Along with Hugh Primas of Orléans, he is often cited as the best exemplar of Goliardic poetry and one of the stellar poets of the Latin Middle Ages.

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Total Books: 1
1995 - Imagination and Creativity [Lynchburg College Symposium Readings : Classical Selections on Great Issues, Vol 3] (Paperback)
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