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Adam, Scotus, approximately 1130-1212


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    • us: Ada, magister, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Adam, Anglicus, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Adam, Anglo-Scotus, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Adam, Cartusiensis, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Adam, de Witham, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Adam, de Withamia, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Adam, l'Ecossais, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Adam, of Dryburgh, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Adam, the Premonstratensian, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Adam, van Dryburgh, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Adamus, de Dryburgh, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Anglicus, Adam, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Dryburgh, Adam of, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Scot, Adam, approximately 1130-1212
    • us: Scotus, Adam, approximately 1130-1212
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        (edtf) 1130~
    • Death Date

        1212
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Adam, Scotus, ca. 1130-1212
    • Scot, Adam, fl. 12th cent.
  • Sources

    • found: LC database, Feb. 3, 2005 (hdg.: Adam Scotus, d. 1212; usage: Adam of Dryburgh)
    • found: Biog. & geneal. master index, Feb. 3, 2005 (Adam Scotus, (d1180))
    • found: Cath. encyc Web site, Feb. 3, 2005 (Adam Scotus (or the Premonstratensian); theologian and Church historian of the latter part of the twelfth century; born either in Scotland or England and joined the newly-founded order of Saint Norbert; believed that he became Abbot and Bishop of Candida Casa, or Whithorn in Scotland, and died after 1180; also known as Adam Anglicus and Anglo-Scotus)
    • found: New Cath. encyc. (Adam Scotus (Adam of Dryburgh); spiritual writer, preacher; b. Berwickshire, Scotland; d. Witham Charterhouse, Somerset, England, probably 1212; joined Premonstratensians at Dryburgh Abbey, Berwick, Scotland)
    • found: Adam Scotus--love to know article on Adam Scotus Web site, Feb. 3, 2005 (Adam Scotus (fl. 1180), theological writer, sometimes called Adam Anglicus or Anglo-Scotus, was born in the south of Scotland in the first half of the 12th century)
    • found: CSL Adam Scotus Web site, Feb. 3, 2005 (Adam Scotus (ca. 1130-1212); also known as Adam of Dryburgh; Adam the Premonstratensian)
    • found: Noteworthy Norbertines: Adam Scotus: Dryburgh Web site, Feb. 3, 2005 (Adam Scotus; wurde um 1130 in Berchiwshire geboren; d. 1213 or 14)
    • found: Het premonstratenser kloosterleven volgens Adam Van Dryburgh ("Adam Scotus") Web site, Feb. 3, 2005 (Adam Van Dryburgh ("Adam Scotus"))
    • found: Autorenliste--Autoren A [Liste lateinischer Autoren und anonymer Werke des 13. Jahrhunderts (ca. 1170-1320)] Web site, Feb. 3, 2005 (Adam Scotus OPraem (Adamus de Dryburgh 1127/40-1212))
    • found: Adam Scotus (fl. 1180) [Encyc. Brit., 1911] Web site, Feb. 3, 2005 (Adam Scotus (fl. 1180); theological writer, sometimes called Adam Anglicus or Anglo-Scotus)
    • found: KB Web OPAC, Feb. 3, 2005 (Adam Scotus ca. 1140-1212)
    • found: Email from AuPaJTL, Feb. 3, 2005 (Dict. de spir., v.1 col. 196 (Adam l'Ecossais, Adam de Dryburgh))
    • found: BnF Web OPAC, Feb. 3, 2005 (Adam l'Écossais; variants: Adam of Dryburgh, Adam Cartusiensis, Adam Anglicus)
    • found: Les derniers écrits d'Adam Scot, 2002: p. 5 (Adam Scotus; also known as Adam de Withamia, Adam de Witham, magister Ada)
    • found: An early witness to the nature of the canonical order in the twelfth century, 1999: t.p. (Adam Scot)
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    • 2005-02-03: new
    • 2013-03-22: revised
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