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Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, 1627-1704

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    • Bossi͡uėt, Zhak, 1627-1704
    • Meaux, Monsieur de (Jacques Bénigne Bossuet), 1627-1704
    • Meaux, Nonsieur de (Jacques Bénigne Bossuet), 1627-1704
    • Meaux, Bishop of (Jacques Bénigne Bossuet), 1627-1704
    • Condom, Bishop of (Jacques Bénigne Bossuet), 1627-1704
    • Bossüet, James Benignus, 1627-1704
    • Bossuet, Jacobus Benignus, 1627-1704
    • Bossuet, évêque de Meaux (Jacques Bénigne), 1627-1704
    • Posiwē, Arkʻepiskopos, 1627-1704
    • Posiwē, Hakovb Beninios, 1627-1704
    • Bossuet, Jacopo Benigno, 1627-1704
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    • Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, Bp. of Meaux, 1627-1704
  • Sources

    • found: InU/Wing STC files(usage: Monsieur de Meaux; Bishop of Meaux; Bishop of Condom)
    • found: Wake, W. A defence of the exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England ... 1686:t.p. (Nonsieur de Meaux)
    • found: nuc89-17564: His An exposition of the doctrine ... [MI] 1672(hdg. on WaU rept.: Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, 1627-1704; usage: James Benignus Bossüet)
    • found: His Defensio declarationis celeberrimae, quam de potestate ecclesiastica sanxit clerus Gallicanus XIX. Martii MDCLXXXII, 1730:t.p. (... illustr. ac reverend. Jacobo Benigno Bossuet, Meldensi Episcopo) prelim. p. 3 (Jacobus Benignus Bossuet)
    • found: His Oraisons funèbres de Bossuet, évêque de Meaux, 1802.
    • found: Khōskʻ i vēps azgatsʻ, 1841:t.p. (Posiwēi Arkʻepiskoposi ... ) prelim. p. 9 (Hakovb Beninios Posiwē)
    • found: Catechismo o sia istruzione di Monsignor Jacopo Benigno Bossuet, vescovo di Meaux, 1784
    • found: Oeuvres posthumes, 1753:title page (Jacques-Benigne Bossuet)
    • found: Wikipedia, 28 September 2017(Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet; Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet ( 27 September 1627, Dijon--12 April 1704, Paris) was a French bishop and theologian, renowned for his sermons and other addresses; he has been considered by many to be one of the most brilliant orators of all time and a masterly French stylist; court preacher to Louis XIV of France; Bishop of Condom (1669-1679); tutor to the Dauphin, oldest child of Louis XIV (1670-1681); Bishop of Meaux (1681-1704))
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    • 1981-03-16: new
    • 2017-09-29: revised
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