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Wipo of Burgundy (also Wippo; c. 995 – c. 1048) was a priest and writer. He was a chaplain to the Holy Roman Emperor Conrad II, whose biography he wrote in chronicle form, Gesta Chuonradi II imperatoris. Present at the election of Conrad II, he most likely followed the emperor on his campaigns into Burgundy (1033) and against the Slavs (1035), both of which he wrote with extensive clarity. He mentioned Henry’s younger sister Matilda as a fiancée of King Henry I of France and records her death and burial at Worms, Germany in 1034.

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  • Wipo (* vor 1000; † nach 1046) war ein mittellateinischer Dichter und Historiograph. Über Wipos Leben ist nur bekannt, was man seinen Schriften entnehmen kann. Er war Hofkaplan der Kaiser Heinrich II., Konrad II. und Heinrich III., dessen Kaiserkrönung an Weihnachten 1046 er noch miterlebte. Die Ostersequenz Victimae paschali laudes zeigt Wipo auch als bedeutenden Sequenzdichter. Ihr dialogisch gehaltener Mittelteil fand Aufnahme in Osterspiele. Weitere Gedichte Wipos sind verloren gegangen.
  • Wipo de Borgoña (también conocido como Wippo, nacido en torno al año 995 - c. 1048), fue un sacerdote y escritor franco de la Alta Edad Media, que escribió en latín. Fue capellán del emperador del Sacro Imperio Romano Conrado II, cuya biografía escribió en forma crónica, Gesta Chuonradi II imperatoris y presentó su trabajo al hijo de Conrado, Enrique III el Negro, en 1046, no mucho después de que éste fue coronado.
  • Wipo of Burgundy (also Wippo; c. 995 – c. 1048) was a priest and writer. He was a chaplain to the Holy Roman Emperor Conrad II, whose biography he wrote in chronicle form, Gesta Chuonradi II imperatoris. Present at the election of Conrad II, he most likely followed the emperor on his campaigns into Burgundy (1033) and against the Slavs (1035), both of which he wrote with extensive clarity. He mentioned Henry’s younger sister Matilda as a fiancée of King Henry I of France and records her death and burial at Worms, Germany in 1034.
  • Wipo, Wippo, Wipon (zm. po 1046) – pisarz, kronikarz, prezbiter cesarskiej kapeli dworskiej za czasów dynastii salickiej.
  • Wipon, ou Wipo (parfois dit Wipon de Bourgogne, 995 ?-1048 ?) est un prêtre et lettré, chapelain de l'Empereur Konrad II dont il écrivit la biographie (Gesta Chonradi II. imperatoris). Il lègue également des maximes et proverbes (1027 ou 1028 ; un Tetralogus Heinrici en hexamètres rimés, dédié à Henri III en 1041 ; et la séquence Victimæ paschali laudes (dont l'attribution est toutefois incertaine).
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