In George Giacumakis, Fergus Kerr, Frederick Norris & Alvin Schmidt (eds.), Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell (2012)

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Jessy Jordan
Mount St. Mary's University
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According to tradition, Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius (born c.480 in Rome) died as a Christian martyr in Pavia between 524 and 526. He was a philosopher, theologian, and statesman; as a translator and commentator he is often considered the most important intermediary between the ancient Greek intellectual tradition and the Latin Middle Ages. As the “last Roman” and the “first of the Scholastics,” he is best known for the Consolation of Philosophy, a prison text treating the transitory nature of this world and the soul's ascent toward rest in an eternal God.
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