Archpoeta (c. 1130 - 1165)
The Archpoet (ca. 1130–ca. 1165), or Archipoeta (in Latin and German), is the name given to an anonymous 12th century author of ten medieval Latin poems, the most famous being his "Confession" found in the Carmina Burana manuscript. Along with Hugh Primas of Orléans (with whom he has sometimes been confused), he is cited as the best exemplar of Goliardic poetry and one of the stellar poets of the Latin Middle Ages.
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