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us: Arnaldo, da Brescia, -1155

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    • us: Arnaldo, da Brescia, d. 1155
    • us: Arnaldo, di Brescia, -1155
    • us: Arnaldus, Brixiensis, -1155
    • us: Arnaud, de Brescia, -1155
    • us: Arnauld, de Brescia, -1155
    • us: Arnold, of Brescia, -1155
    • us: Arnold, van Brescia, -1155
    • us: Arnold, von Brescia, -1155
    • us: Arnaud, de Bresse, -1155
    • us: Brescia, Arnaldo da, -1155
    • us: Brixiensis, Arnaldus, -1155
    • us: Bresse, Arnaud de, -1155
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    • Arnaldo, da Brescia, d. 1155
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    • found: Francke, H. Arnaldo da Brescia und seine Zeit, 1825.
    • found: Enc. Brit. online, 14 July 2004: (Arnold of Brescia; It. Arnaldo da Brescia; radical religious reformer; b. ca. 1100 in Brescia, d. ca. June 1155)
    • found: OCLC, 14 July 2004: (hdgs.: Arnaldo da Brescia, d. 1155; Arnold of Brescia, d. 1155; Arnauld de Brescia, (... -1155); usage: Arnaldo da Brescia; Arnaldus Brixiensis; Arnaldo di Brescia; Arnaud de Brescia; Arnold of Brescia; Arnold von Brescia)
    • found: Richard, Charles-Louis. Voltaire parmi les ombres, 1777: page 229 (caption: "IXe entretien. Arnaud de Bresse et Voltaire")
    • found: Italian Wikipedia, Apr. 29, 2015 (Arnaldo da Brescia; Arnaldo da Brescia (Brescia, 1090-Rome, 18 June 1155); Italian monk and religious reformer)
    • found: Wikipedia, Apr. 29, 2015 (Arnold of Brescia (circa 1090-June 1155), also known as Arnaldus; Italian canon regular from Lombardy; called on the Church to renounce property ownership and participated in the failed Commune of Rome; Augustinian canon and then prior of a monastery in Brescia; sided with the Commune of Rome in 1145 and succeeded in driving Pope Eugene into exile in 1146, for which he was excommunicated on 15 July 1148; in 1155, seized by Imperial forces and tried by the Roman Curia as a rebel; faced with the stake, he refused to recant any of his positions; convicted of rebellion, Arnold was hanged in June and his body burned; his ashes were cast into the Tiber)
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