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Boyd, Robert

Record IDcnp01304540
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01304540
Biographical Data1578 - 1627
Last Edit2016-10-07

General Note

Studium an der Universität von Edinburgh; 1604 Studienaufenthalt in Frankreich; 1608 Professur für Theologie in Saumur; Ruf an die Universität von Glasgow durch König James I. von England; danach Professur in Edinburgh; später Minister
Théologien. - Poète. - Pasteur de l'Église réformée

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Further Biographical Data1578-05.01.1627
1578-1627
Intellectual Responsibilityauthor
Primary Language(s)Latin
ActivityDozent (gnd)
Minister (gnd)
Politiker (gnd)
Schriftsteller (gnd)
Theologe (gnd)
Geographic NoteGB (iso3166)
Großbritannien
NationalityUnited Kingdom
Online RessourceOnline Resource
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Place of Activity

Place of ActivityEdinburgh
Wirkungsort

Names

HeadingBoyd, Robert
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris; Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany; Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany); British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - AACR2 Heading, London (United Kingdom)
Variant NameBodius, Robert
Bodius, Robertus
Bodius a Trochoregia, Robertus
Bodius of Trochorege, Robertus
Boyd, Robert
Boyd of Trochrig, Robert
Trochorege, Robertus Bodius ¬of¬
Trochrig, Robert Boyd ¬of¬

Sources

Found inDNB. — BN Cat. gén.. — DNB : Boyd, Robert, of Trochrig. — DNB=Boyd, Robert, 1578-1627; of Trochrig, theological writer. — PND-Grundbestand. — LCAuth. — BN de France. — Roberti Bodii in Epistolam Pauli Apostoli ad Ephesios praelectiones supra CC. in quibus praeter textus apostolici accuratam analysim et explicationem interseruntur locorum communium tractationes Opus posthumum, 1652
Imprint SourcesT200968: Georgii Sibbaldi, M.D. domini de Giblistone, regulæ bene & salubriter vivendi, partim prosâ, part'im metro expressæ, operâ R. S. M.D. ex fratre Davide nepotis ... Quibus accessere Roberti Bodii de Trochoregia, de filii sui primogeniti institutione, monita, nunc prim'um ex auctoris autographis M.S. edita, 1701

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