Alternate names/spellings: Remi

Dates: 841 - 908 (Dates are approximate. ) 

Remigius (Remi) of Auxerre (ca. 841 – 908) probably born in Burgundy, was a Benedictine monk, a teacher of Latin grammar, and a prolific commentator on Classical texts. His commentaries preserve the thoughts of his medieval predecessors, as well as the Classical works that he studied. He wrote commentaries on Genesis , the Psalms, and on grammarians including Priscian, Donatus, Phocas, and Eutyches. He is best known for his commentaries on the Opuscula Sacra and De Consolatione Philosophiae by Boethius. His collections of commentaries were used across Europe in the later medieval period, especially in the twelfth century.