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Re: Council of Constance

For the variation "Inglexium" "Inglexio" etc., consider that this is a Latinization of the form heard in the local dialect, which wikipedia says is "Ingera" - Angera (Ingera in dialetto varesotto) https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angera I can't explain how /lex/ becomes /ler/, or how the /l/ sound is l...

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https://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/angera_%28Enciclopedia-dell%27-Arte-Medievale%29/ Angera (lat. Vicus Sebuinus; Statio, Scationa, Angleria nei documenti medievali) Località della Lombardia, in prov. di Varese, situata in un'insenatura naturale all'estremità meridionale della sponda lombarda del...

Re: Council of Constance

Thanks. I didn't know anything about the Roman efforts to establish themselves east of the Rhine. Keep going.

I take it you are looking for the origin of the Lombards in northern Italy, and any trace of continued links with the associated tribe of Angles and Saxons.

Re: Council of Constance

But is there any such Urvater for "England"? They wanted Brutus for Britain, but England comes along later that classical times, from the Angles. Maybe that tribe derived itself from some mythic father, but I haven't come across it. Starting searching on wikipedia - "Bede states that the Anglii, bef...

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.RACHIS. REX. Hic Rachis rex fuit Longobardorum, tribum annis post sponte relinqueris regnum cum vxore et filijs ueste monachali est indutus. iacet Papie in sancti Maria de Cacijs. [10v] .AGISTVLFVS. REX. Hic Agistulfus rex Longobardorum, maximam familiaritatem habuit cum pipino rege franchorum. ia...

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One way to get at it is to see what Galvano Fiamma says about the sons of Ascanius. I haven't looked. Castelletto says he had five sons, with Anglus being the third. Busch should help us here with the earlier historians that Fiamma drew upon. Castelletto says: BnF latin 5888 genealogy, ff. 7r-12v. [...

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