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us: Jiménez de Rada, Rodrigo, approximately 1170-1247


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    • us: De Rada, Rodrigo Jiménez, approximately 1170-1247
    • us: Jiménez de Rada, Rodrigo, ca. 1170-1247
    • us: Rada, Rodrigo Jiménez de, approximately 1170-1247
    • us: Ximenes de Rada, Roderigo, approximately 1170-1247
    • us: Ximénez de Rada, Rodrigo, approximately 1170-1247
    • us: Ximénez de Rada, Rodrigo, Cardinal, d. 1247
    • us: Rodericus Ximenius, de Rada, Archbishop of Toledo, approximately 1170-1247
    • us: Ximenius de Rada, Rodericus, approximately 1170-1247
    • us: Ximenius, Rodericus, approximately 1170-1247
    • us: Rodrigo Jiménez, de Rada, Archbishop of Toledo, approximately 1170-1247
    • us: Rodericus, Archbishop of Toledo, approximately 1170-1247
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      Jiménez de Rada, Rodrigo, ca. 1170-1247Jiménez de Rada, Rodrigo,ca. 1170-1247 Ximénez de Rada, Rodrigo, Cardinal, d. 1247Ximénez de Rada, Rodrigo,Cardinal,d. 1247
  • Sources

    • found: Roderici Ximenii de Rada Historia de rebus Hispanie, sive, Historia Gothica, 1987: page ix (Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada, born at Puente de la Reina, Navarra, 1170; died 1207)
    • found: Pasajes selectos de Hispania gothica, 2007: title apge (Roderici Ximénii de Rada)
    • found: LC manual authority card (hdg.: Ximénez de Rada, Rodrigo, Cardinal, died 1247; x-refs.: Jiménez de Rada, Rodrigo; Ximenius de Rada, Rodericus)
    • found: Enciclopedia universal (Jiménez de Rada, Rodrigo, prelado y escritor español, born in Navarra, between 1170 and 1180; died June 10, 1247)
    • found: Lexikon für Theologie und Kirche (Ximenes de Rada, Roderigo, born 1170/80 (?))
    • found: Spanish Wikipedia, viewed April 16, 2016 (Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada; El Toledano; ecclesiastic, military leader, statesman and historian; was Archbishop of Toledo from 1208 until his death in 1247; "Jiménez" is a patronymic derived from the name of his father, Jimeno Pérez)
    • found: Biblioteca nacional de Espana online catalog, viewed April 16, 2016 (authorized access point: Jiménez de Rada, Rodrigo (ca. 1170-1247); variant forms of name: Rodericus, Archiepiscopus Toletanus; Ximénez de Rada, Rodrigo)
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    • 1988-10-14: new
    • 2016-04-12: revised
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