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Campen, Jan van

Record IDcnp01320413
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01320413
Biographical Data1490 - 1538
Place of BirthCampen, Pays-Bas
Place of DeathFribourg, Allemagne
Last Edit2017-01-23

General Note

Abweichendes Geburtsjahr: 1491
Hebraist
Niederländ. Philologe, Prof. der hebräischen Sprache in Loewen und Freiburg
Niederländ. Philologe, Hebraist, Prof. der hebräischen Sprache in Loewen und Freiburg; Lekor in Tübingen und Ingolstadt.
Filologo olandese nato a Campen nel 1490, morto a Friburgo nel 1538.
Zakonnik, prawdopodobnie kartuz, XVI w. Humanista holenderski, filozof, scholastyk, teolog, hebraista, karmelita.
Hébraïsant chrétien. - Philologue

More Information

Further Biographical Dataca. 1490-1538
1490-1538
....-1538
1490-1538
Intellectual ResponsibilityAuteur
Primary Language(s)Latin
ActivityHebraist (gnd)
Philologe (gnd)
Geographic NoteDE (iso3166)
NationalityGerman
Netherlands
Online RessourceOnline Resource
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Place of Activity

Place of BirthCampen, Pays-Bas (1490)
Lieu de naissance
Place of DeathFribourg, Allemagne (1538)
Lieu de mort

Names

HeadingCampen, Jan van
used in: British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - AACR2 Heading, London (United Kingdom)
Campen, Jan ¬van¬
used in: Wrocław University Library (Poland)
Campen, Jean
used in: Bibliography of books published in German-speaking countries in 16th century (VD 16), Munich (Germany)
Campen, Jean ¬de¬
used in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany; Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany)
Campen, Joannes ¬van¬
used in: Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of Italian Libraries and for Bibliographic Information, Rome (Italy); Koninklijke Bibliotheek - National Library of the Netherlands, Den Haag (Netherlands)
Campensis, Ioannes
used in: Warsaw University Library, Poland
Fundling, Johann
used in: Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany)
Campen, Johannes van
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Variant NameAdmiratus
Admiratus, der Wunnderer
Apobolymaeus, Johannes
Apobolymeus, Johannes
Campanus, Johannes
Campen, Jan ¬van¬
Campen, Jan ¬van den¬
Campen, Jean ¬de¬
Campen, Jean de [Sources: NUC]
Campen, Joannes van [Sources: NNBW]
Campen, Johann ¬van¬
Campen, Johann ¬van den¬
Campen ou Kampen, Jean de [Sources: NBG]
Campensis, Ioannes [Sources: INAUR]
Campensis, Jan
Campensis, Jo.
Campensis, Joannes
Campensis, Johannes [Sources: GRS]
Campensis ou Vanden Campen, Jo. [Sources: BRU]
Campo, Jean ¬de¬
Campo, Joannes ¬de¬
Findeling, Johann
Findeling, Johannes
Findenling, Johannes
Findling, Johann
Findling, Johannes
Funding, Johannes
Fundling, Johann
Ioannes Campensis
Nome su edizioni
Jan van den Kampen
Joannes, Campensis [Sources: BLC]
Joannes, Campensis
Joannes Campensis
Johannes, Apobolymaeus
Johannes, Apobolymeus
Johannes, Campensis
Johannes, Findeling
Johannes, Findling
Johannes, Fundling
Johannes Campensis
Johannes a Campen
Kampen, Jan ¬van¬
Kampen, Jean ¬de¬
Sindeling, Johannes
Transisalanus, Joannes
Van Campen, Jan
4ELRAKm [Sources: BNPC]
Van den Campen, Jean
Van den Campen, Johann
4ELRAKm
VanCampen, Jan
RAK alt
VanDenCampen, Johann
RAK alt
Wunderer, Admiratus
Wunderer, Johann
Campen, Jan van
Campensis, Jehan
Van Campen, Johannes

Sources

Found inGND. — NUC. — NDB/ADB-online. — BN=Van Campen, Jan. — NUC=Campen, Jean de, d. 1538. — Hoefer=Campen, or Kampen, Jean de, better known as Van den Campen; Dutch Philologist; b. at Campen, Over-Yssel 1490, d. Freiburg im Breisgau 1538.9.7. — LCA online. — BNF- NA : (Van Campen, Johannes). — IBN. - 1984 : (Campen, Jean van). — Estr XV-XVIII. - 1896 : (Campensis, Jan ; Van den Campen). — Jöcher. - 1750 : (Johannes a Campen oder Campensis). — Katalog poloników XVI wieku Biblioteki Jagiellońskiej. TI. A-Ł / pod red. Mariana malickiego i Ewy Zwinogrodzkiej. - Kraków 1992. : (Jan van den Kampen). — NNBW. — NUC. — NBG. — INAUR. — GRS. — BRU. — BLC. — BNPC. — BN Cat. gén.. — Ex variis libellis Eliae, grammaticorum omnium doctissimi, huc fere congestum est opera Joannis Campensis, quidquid ad absolutam grammaticen hebraicam est necessarium, 1543. — Molhuysen. — Hoefer : Campen ou Kampen, Jean de
Imprint SourcesDen psalter met verklaringen. / Ann. J. van Campen., 1534
Die psalter des coeninclickē propheten Dauids. / Tr. from J. van Campens Latin tr. of the Hebrew into Dutch, 1566
Johannes : Psalmorum Davidis Paraphrasis. - 1553
Kp. Commentariolvs Ioannis Campensis : in duas Diui Pauli epistolas, sed argumenti eiusdem, altera[m] ad Romanos, alteram ad Galatas. - Cracoviae, 1534
Kp. Enchiridivm Psalmorvm [...]. - Parisiis, 1545. : Wyd.
Psalmorum ... interpretatio. - 1532
S103727: A paraphrasis vpon all the Psalmes of Dauid, made by Iohannes Campensis, reader of the Hebrue lecture in the vniuersite of Louane, 1539

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