Blessed Marianus Scotus, abbot of St. Peter's at Ratisbon, was born in Ireland before the middle of the eleventh century; he died at Ratisbon towards the end of the eleventh century, around 1088. Regensburg ( also Ratisbon, Ratisbona Řezno originally Castra Regina) is a City (population 131000 in 2007 in Bavaria, Germany Ireland (pronounced /ˈaɾlənd/ Éire) is the third largest island in Europe, and the twentieth-largest island in the world 
In 1067 he left Ireland, intending to make a pilgrimage to Rome. Rome ( Roma ˈroma Roma is the capital city of Italy and Lazio, and is Italy's largest and most populous city with more than 2 Like many of his countrymen, however, who visited the Continent, he decided to settle in Germany, at Bamberg, where he became a Benedictine monk. Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany ( ˈbʊndəsʁepuˌbliːk ˈdɔʏtʃlant is a Country in Central Europe. Bamberg is a town in Bavaria, Germany. It is located in Upper Franconia on the river Regnitz, close to its confluence with the river Main Benedictine refers to the Spirituality and Consecrated life in accordance with the Rule of St Benedict, written by Benedict of Nursia in He went with some companions to Ratisbon (or Regensburg), where he founded the the monastery of St. Regensburg ( also Ratisbon, Ratisbona Řezno originally Castra Regina) is a City (population 131000 in 2007 in Bavaria, Germany Peter (Kloster Sankt Peter Regensburg) and became its first abbot.
After his death he was canonized and his feast-day is observed on 17 April, 4 July, or, according to the Bollandists, on 9 February. The Bollandists are an association of scholars - originally all Jesuit, but now including non-Jesuits -- philologists and historians -- who since the early seventeenth century Marianus devoted himself to transcribing and glossing the text of the Scriptures. Etymology According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, the word bible is from Latin biblia, traced from the same word through Medieval Latin and Late Latin His success as a scribe, and the exceptional beauty of his calligraphy may be judged by a specimen of his work which has come down to us. Calligraphy (from Greek kallos "beauty" + graphẽ "writing" is the art of writing (Mediavilla 1996 17 This is Codex 1247 of the Imperial Library of Vienna containing the Epistles of St. Paul with glosses, some of which are in Latin and others in Irish. The Pauline epistles, Epistles of Paul, or Letters of Paul, are the thirteen New Testament books which have the name Paul (Παῦλος as the first The latter were collected and published by Zeuss in his "Grammatica Celtica" (p. Johann Kaspar Zeuss (spelled Zeu ß in German) ( 22 July 1806 – 10 November 1856) was a German xxiv). The manuscript ends with the words "In honore individuae trinitatis Marianus Scotus scripsit hunc librum suis fratribus peregrinis…" (the date given is 16 May, 1078).
Over the words "Marianus Scotus" is the gloss: "Muirdach trog macc robartaig", i. e. "Marianus miser filius Robartaci", or 'Marianus, son of Robart". The Irish form of his name was, therefore, Muirdach and his family name was Robartaig.
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