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Bernardus Guidonis, Bishop of Lodève, 1261 or 1262-1331

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    • us: Bernard-Guy, Bishop of Lodève, 1261 or 1262-1331
    • us: Gui, Bernard, 1261 or 1262-1331
    • us: Guido, Bernard, 1261 or 1262-1331
    • us: Guidonis, Bernardus, 1261 or 1262-1331
    • us: Guy, Bernard, 1261 or 1262-1331
    • us: Guidoni, Bernard, 1261 or 1262-1331
    • us: Gui, Bernardo, 1261 or 1262-1331
    • us: Bernard Gui, Bishop of Lodève, 1261 or 1262-1331
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    • Bernardus Guidonis, Bishop of Lodève, 1261 or 2-1331
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    • found: Author's Manual de l'inquisiteur ... 1926.
    • found: Wikipedia, 23 October 2017 (Bernard Gui; born 1261 or 1262; died 30 December 1331; born Bernard Guidoni; also known as Bernardo Gui or Bernardus Guidonis; French inquisitor of the Dominican Order; Bishop of Lodève; one of the most prolific writers of the middle ages; known for his role in the inquisition against the Albigenses at Toulouse)
    • found: French Wikipedia, August 30, 2018 (Bernard Gui (real name Bernard Guidoni, Latin name Bernardus Guidonis), born in 1261 in the ancient parish of Royère, today a hamlet in the commune La Roche-l'Abeille in the Limousin, and died in 1331 at Lauroux in the present department of Hérault)
    • found: Pommerol, Marie-Henriette de. "Bernard Gui," in Dictionnaire des lettres françaises: le Moyen Âge, édition entièrement revue et mise à jour, 1994, pages 152-154: page 152 (Bernard Gui (1261-1332 [sic]); entered Dominicans of Limoges and made profession in 1280; named prior of Limoges and in 1307, inquisitor for the tribunal of Toulouse; prior general for his order at the Papal court in Avignon, 1317-1321; named bishop of Tuy in Galicia in 1323, but did not travel to his see; named bishop of Lodève in 1324 and occupied the see until his death, December 30, 1332 [sic]; author of historical writings, including writings on the history of the Dominicans, the popes, the Roman emperors and the kings of France, and other works including a Practica Officii Inquisitionis, an inquisitor's manual)
    • found: Duval, A. "Gui (Bernard)," in Dictionnaire de biographie française, fascicule 97, 1986, columns 36-37 (Gui, Bernard, bishop of Lodève, born 1260 [sic] in the castle of Jovet in Royère (commune La Roche-l'Abeille, Haute-Vienne); entered Dominicans of Limoges, September 14, 1279, and made profession September 16, 1280; named inquisitor of Toulouse, January 16, 1307; said to have been "la terreur des hérétiques"; named bishop of Lodève, July 20, 1324; resided in his diocese; diedin the episcopal palace of Lauroix, December 30, 1331; wrote in the fields of theology, liturgy, hagiography and history, both general and local; best known for an inquisitor's manual)
    • found: Archives de littérature du Moyen Âge (ARLIMA), August 28, 2018 (Bernard Gui; Bernardus Guidonis; born at Royères (Limousin) in 1261 or 1262, died at the castle of Lauroux, December 30, 1331)
    • found: Bibliothèque nationale de France. BnF autorités, August 30, 2018 (Gui, Bernard (126.-1331) forme courante français; Guidonis, Bernardus (126.-1331) forme internationale latin; language: Latin; gender: Male; born 126-, La Roche-d'Abeille (Haute-Vienne), died 1331-12-30, Lauroux (Hérault); Dominicain, inquisitor of Toulouse (1307-1324); bishy of Túy (Galicia, 1323-1324), then of Lodève; the genitive form "Guidonis" shows that the name Gui (in Latin Guido, in the nominative, or Guidonis, in the genitive; in French Gui or Guy) is a patronymic)
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