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us: Adam, de Saint-Victor, -1146


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    • us: Adam, de Saint-Victor, -1192
    • us: Adam, de Saint-Victor, d. 1192
    • us: Adam, of Saint Victor, -1146
    • us: Adam, of St. Victor, -1146
    • us: Breton, Adam Le, -1146
    • us: Le Breton, Adam, -1146
  • Additional Information

    • Death Date

        1146
    • Descriptor

        (lcsh) Saints
    • Death Place

        (naf) Paris (France)
    • Gender

        male
    • Occupation

        (lcsh) Poets
          (lcsh) Composers
      • Earlier Established Forms

          Adam, de Saint-Victor, -1192Adam,de Saint-Victor,-1192 Adam, de Saint-Victor, d. 1192Adam,de Saint-Victor,d. 1192
      • Sources

        • found: nuc88-125572: His Œuvres poétiques, 1980 (hdg. on CtW rept.: Adam, de Saint-Victor, d. 1192; usage: Adam de Saint-Victor)
        • found: So blessedly it sprung, c1996: caption (Adam of St. Victor)
        • found: Recueil complet des célèbres séquences du vénérable maître Adam Le Breton ..., 1901: t.p. (chanoine régulier de l'Abbaye royale de Saint-Victor de Paris (XIIe siècle)) pref. (known as "de Saint-Victor")
        • found: His Sequences, 2013 (Adam of Saint-Victor ([obiit/died] 1146)
        • found: New Grove online, viewed Mar. 26, 2014 (Adam of Saint Victor ((d St Victor, Paris, 1146). French writer of sequences. Previously thought to have died late in the 12th century but now known to have been active much earlier in the century, he was a seminal figure in the development of the sequence repertory)
        • found: English Wikipedia website, viewed Mar. 26, 2014 (Adam of Saint Victor (died 1146) was a prolific poet and composer of Latin hymns and sequences. He is believed to have sparked the expansion of the poetic and musical repertoire in the Notre Dame school with his strongly rhythmic and imagery-filled poetry. Note 1: It was previously believed that he died [in the] late 12th century (e.g. 1192), but that is now believed to be false)
      • LC Classification

        • PA8215
      • Change Notes

        • 1988-11-04: new
        • 2015-09-27: revised
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