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Major, John

Record IDcnp01322410
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01322410
Geslachtman
Bibliografische gegevens1469 - 1550
GeboorteplaatsGlehornie (Royaume-Uni)
Plaats van overlijdenSt Andrews (Royaume-Uni)
Voor het laatst bewerkt2019-05-03

Algemene noot

Scholastic philosopher and theologian, at Paris, taught Glasgow 1518-23, at S.Andrews 1523, to Paris 1526, S.Andrews 1531-d.1550, provost of St Salvator's College by 1550.
Note de regroupement par domaine: Histoire de l'Europe (940)
Note de regroupement par domaine: Religion (200)
Théologien et historien écossais.
Schott. skotist. Philosoph u. Theologe; geb. in Haddington.
Teologo e filosofo. Nato ad Haddington (in Scozia) nel 1469, morto nel 1550. Nel 1496 maestro delle arti a Parigi.
Théologien et historien

Meer informatie

Verdere bibliografische gegevens1469-1550. anderslt. Todesjahr: 1540
1467?-1550
Intellectuele verantwoordelijkheidAuteur
Primaire talenLatin
Latin
ActiviteitPersonen zu Kirchengeschichte, Systematischer und Praktischer Theologie, Kirche und Konfession (3.6p) (sswd)
Personen zu Philosophie (4.7p) (sswd)
Theologe (gnd)
Geografische nootGB (iso3166)
NationaliteitBritish
Online bronOnline Resource
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Plaats van werkzaamheid

GeboorteplaatsGlehornie (Royaume-Uni) (1467)
Lieu de naissance
Plaats van overlijdenSt Andrews (Royaume-Uni) (1550)
Lieu de mort

Namen

KopjeMajor, John
gebruikt in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany
Major, John
gebruikt in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris; Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of Italian Libraries and for Bibliographic Information, Rome (Italy); British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - AACR2 Heading, London (United Kingdom); Early Book Owners in Britain
Major, Joannes, Scotus
gebruikt in: British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - GK Heading, London (United Kingdom)
Major, John
gebruikt in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Major, John, Theologe
gebruikt in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany; Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany)
NaamsvariantIoannes Maior
Nome su edizioni
Jean, Mair
Jean, Major
Joannes, Maior
Johannes, Maior
Johannes, Maioris
Johannes, Majoris
Johannes Maior, Hadingtonanus
Johannes Maior, de Haddington
Maior, Joannes
EDIT16-ID:CNCA21053 [Bronnen: RHSOA]
Maior, Johannes, de Haddington
Maior, John
Mair, Jean
Mair, Johannes
Mair, John
Major, Jean
Major, Jean [Bronnen: CHEV]
Major, Joannes
Major, Joannes [Bronnen: HU; BLC]
Major, Johannes
Major, Johannes [Bronnen: ADCAM]
Major, John [Bronnen: LTK; NUC; BNF; BBI]

Bronnen

Gevonden inLCAuth. — PND. — LoC-NA. — NUC pre '56. — LThK. — Stegmüller. — LMA,VI,587. — Rep.Font. VI,355. — BBI. — BNF. — NUC. — LTK. — BLC. — HU. — ADCAM. — CHEV. — RHSOA. — BN Cat. gén. : Major, Joannes. — DNB. — GK55. — DNB=Mayor or Mair, John, 1469-1550; historian and scholastic divine. — NUC. — GLU. — Oxford DNB : Mair (Major), John. — Chevalier : Major (Jean), 1469-1547. — LoC-NA. — NUC pre '56. — LThK. — Stegmüller. — LMA,VI,587. — Rep.Font. VI,355. — LCAuth. — PND. — History of Greater Britain, as well England as Scotland, compiled from the ancient authorities / by John Major, by name indeed a Scot, but by profession a theologian, 1521 ; translated from the original Latin and edited with notes, by Archibald Constable, 1892. — Historia Majoris Britanniae, tam Anglie quam Scotie, per Joannem Majorem, 1521. — Insolubilia Johannis Majoris, 1516. — Le Traité "De l'Infini" de Jean Mair / nouvelle édition avec traduction et annotations par Hubert Élie, 1938. — Oxford DNB : Mair (Major), John - http://www.oxforddnb.com (2016-09-20). — Chambers Scottish biographical dictionary, 1992 : Mair, or Major, John (1469-1550). — Chevalier : Major (Jean), 1469-1547. — BN Cat. gén. : Major (Joannes)
Bronnen voor het impressumHistoria Majoris Britanniae, tam Anglie quam Scotie / per Joannem Majorem, 1521
History of Greater Britain, as well England as Scotland, compiled from the ancient authorities / by John Major, by name indeed a Scot, but by profession a theologian, 1521 ; translated from the original Latin and edited with notes, by Archibald Constable, 1892
Insolubilia /Johannis Majoris, 1516
T099614: his Historia Majoris Britanniae, 1740 tp=Joannem Majorem

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