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Peter of Eboli (Petrus Eburensis, Petrus de Ebulo), monk and court poet to Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor and King of Sicily, writes Liber ad honorem Augusti sive de rebus Siculis ('Book in honour of the Emperor, or on Sicilian affairs'; also called Carmen de motibus Siculis, 'Poem on the Sicilian revolt'), an illustrated narrative in Latin elegiac couplets. The presentation copy, ordered by chancellor Konrad of Querfurt, is now MS. 120 II of the Berne Municipal Library. Coronation of Henry IV

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Peter of Eboli (Petrus Eburensis, Petrus de Ebulo), monk and court poet to Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor and King of Sicily, writes Liber ad honorem Augusti sive de rebus Siculis ('Book in honour of the Emperor, or on Sicilian affairs'; also called Carmen de motibus Siculis, 'Poem on the Sicilian revolt'), an illustrated narrative in Latin elegiac couplets. The presentation copy, ordered by chancellor Konrad of Querfurt, is now MS. 120 II of the Berne Municipal Library. Coronation of Henry IV