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G. M. Dreves, C. Blume and H. M. Bannister (Leipzig, 1886-1922), ~ I I , pp. 6-8; R. L. Crocker, 'The Repertoire of Proses at Saint Martial de Lirnoges (Tenth and 11th Centuries)', 2 vols. (Ph. D. dissertation, Yale collage, 1957), I, pp. 127-50; J. Chailley, 'Les anciens tropaires et stquentiaires de I'eCole de Saint-Martial de Limoges (Xe-XIe s. )', Etudes Grigoriennes, 2 (1957), pp. 179-80; idem, L'icole musicale de Saint Martial de Limoges jusqu'i l. a. j n du X l e sikle (Paris, 1960), pp. 96-8; and H . Husmann, Tropen- und SequenzenhandschrGen, Repertoire foreign des resources Musicales B V' (Munich, 1964), pp. 136-7. I tentatively transcribe the notice as 'Rotgerius in hoc peccator'; L. Delisle's transcription, 'Les manuscrits de Saint-Martial de Limoges: Rtimpression textuelle du Catalogue publit en 1730', Bulletin de l. a. Sociiti Archiologique et Historique du Limousin (hereafter B S A H L ) , forty three (1895), p. eleven, 'Rotgerius miser peccator', is palaeographically most unlikely. H . Spanke, 'St. Martial-Studien: Ein Beitrag zur friihromanischen Metrik', Zeitschrifl fur Franzosische Sprache und Literatur, fifty four (1931), p. 286; Crocker, 'The Repertoire of Proses' I, p. 127, and eleven, p. 126; and idem, 'The Repertory of Proses at Saint Martial de Limoges', magazine of the yankee Musicological Society, eleven (1958), p. 153. Lair, Historia, p. 226, n. 1, tentatively pointed out this Roger as Rogrr de Chabannes. Pa 1338, fols. 130"-132', 132'-134', respectively; Chailley, L'icole, p. ninety seven and n. 2. either are older melodies that Adtmar can have followed for the dinner party of St Martial. Roger de Chabannes, cantor of St Martial, Limoges within the manuscript's first hand, between a chain of prosulae. in different places within the manuscript, a 3rd apostolic prosa, Arce polorum, additionally seems to be within the imperative hand in the same context. " The priests at St Martial didn't formally propose the apostolic prestige of Martial till after 18 November 1028, which then turns into a terminus ante quem non for the date of Pa 113811338. hence, the Roger pointed out in Pa 1138 can't be Roger de Chabannes, who had, in fact, died prior to the compilation of Pa 113811338. furthermore, facts that emerges from the song manuscripts created at St Martial in the course of his lifetime exhibits that the liturgy for Martial's ceremonial dinner sooner than A D 1028 used to be carefully episcopal in its orientation. The Roger of Pa 1138, consequently, is a more youthful monk who could have been a musician or perhaps cantor within the iteration after Roger de Chabannes. A tantalising new piece of facts may perhaps identify Roger's presence within the abbey within the final decade of the 10th century. A constitution from the abbey, which documents a land transaction dated 25 August 992, is signed 'Rotgerius scripsit' (see determine 2). 12 complete prosopographical information for the abbey is missing, yet from the necrology in Pa 5257 it should seem that the identify Rotgerius was once not at all infrequent at St Martial within the 11th century. Wollasch's index supplies no fewer than seventy-eight clergymen of this identify. I3 a few of these are unique as Cluniac clergymen, and some seem one of the peregrini, yet a comparability with the opposite necrologies revealed by way of Wollasch demonstrates that Rotgerius is way extra universal at St Martial than somewhere else.