Vita sancti Cathroe
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Continental Latin vita of St Cathróe of Metz, which is thought to have been written by one Reimann or Ousmann in the 980s, relatively soon after the subject’s death (see Dumville), and which was dedicated to Immo, abbot of Gorze. While the sole manuscript known to have contained the text is lost, it formed the basis for two 17th-century ‘editions’, one by John Colgan and the other by the Bollandists. BHL 1494.