Events noted in 0800

The event pages are experimental; the OCR errors in the text mean this is incomplete and unreliable but I offer it in the hopes that it will be of some use. Events shown include births and deaths of people with their own entries, and also the publication dates of some of the works cited.

800

Born: Ado archbishop of Vienne

Born: Aldric, St. bishop of Mans

804

Died: Paulinus patriarch of Aquileia in the eighth century

805

Born: Albumazar a noted Arabian astrologer and philosopher

810

Died: Abu-Nowas an Arabian poet of the first class

814

Died: Angilbert, St. abbot of Centula

820

“Treatise on the Offices,” Amalarius Symphosius was successively deacon and priest of the church of Metz

821

Died: Tacitus, Caius Cornelius one of the most eminent Roman historians

Died: Theodulphus a celebrated bishop of Orleans

828

Died: Nicephorus, St. a celebrated patriarch of Constantinople

833

Died: Almamon caliph of Bagdat

834

Died: Ansegisus abbot of Lobies

845

Died: Abu Temam an Arabian poet of great eminence in his time

849

Born: Alfred, The Great the youngest son of Æthelwolf king of the West Saxons

852

Born: Rhazes called also Albubecar Mohamed

854

Died: Amulon

“Bibliotheca Patrum.” Amulon

856

Died: Rabanus Maurus, Magnentius a celebrated archbishop of Mentz

858

Died: Alfred, The Great the youngest son of Æthelwolf king of the West Saxons

870

Died: Gotteschalcus, Fulgentius surnamed Fulgentius

874

Died: Erigena, John Scotus an eminent scholar of the middle age

875

Died: Ado archbishop of Vienne

Born: Carolostadt, Andrew Bodenstein one of the reformers

876

Born: Eutychius a Christian author (?–950)

878

Died: Photius patriarch of Constantinople in the ninth century

879

Born: Odo, Saint the second abbot of Clugni in France

882

Died: Hincmar a celebrated archbishop of Rheims

“Collectio amplissima veterum monumentorum,” Odo, Cantianus so called because he was a native of that county in England

885

Died: Albumazar a noted Arabian astrologer and philosopher

892

Born: Saadias-Gaon a learned rabbi

894

Born: Flodoard a French historian