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Jean, de Montreuil, 1354-1418


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    • Charlin, Jean, 1354-1418
    • De Monsterolio, Johannes, 1354-1418
    • De Montreuil, Jean, 1354-1418
    • Johannes, de Monsterolio, 1354-1418
    • Monsterolio, Johannes de, 1354-1418
    • Montreuil, Jean de, 1354-1418
    • Charlin, Jehan, de Monstereul, 1354-1418
    • Jehan, de Monstereul, 1354-1418
    • Johannès, Jehan Charlin, 1354-1418
    • Johannès, Jean, 1354-1418
    • Monstereul, Jehan de, 1354-1418
    • Monstereul, I. de, 1354-1418
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    • found: His Opera, 1963:v. 3, t.p. (Jean de Montreuil)
    • found: LC in RLIN, 4-9-90(hdg.: Montreuil, Jean de, d. 1418)
    • found: BnF Web OPAC, Aug. 21, 2009(Jean de Montreuil (1354-1418); b. 1354, Montreuil; d. June 12, 1418, Paris; écrivit aussi en latin; humaniste et écrivain politique; polémiste; prévôt du chapitre Saint-Pierre de Lille; secrétaire de Charles VI; variants: Montreuil, Jean de (1354-1418); Charlin, Jean (1354-1418); Johannes de Monsterolio (1354-1418))
    • found: La cronique Martiniane de tous les papes qui furent iamais et finist iusques au pape Alexa[n]dre derrenier decede mil cinq cens et trois, et auecques ce les additio[n]s de plusieurs croniqueurs, approximately 1507:leaf CCliv verso (section addressed to "Tresnoble prince monseigneur le daulphin de Viennoys" by "vng de vos petis et humbles seruiteurs, I. de Mo[n]stereul, preuost de Lylle")
    • found: Thomas, A. "Le nom et la famille de Jehan de Monstereul," in Romania, t. 37 (1908), pages 594-602, via Persee, August 28, 2018:page 594 (in an 1884 thesis, the author observed "que l'opinion courante, qui lui donne pour patrie la petite ville de Montreuil-sur-mer, ne repose sur aucun fondement sérieux" and that his contemporary Christine de Pisan referred to him as "maistre Jehan Johannès"; in footnote: "Je garde pour le nom de cet auteur la forme usuelle de son temps plutôt que d'écrire d'après l'usage du nôtre, Jean de Montreuil") page 596 ("Jehan de Monstereul, dit Johannés") page 597 (quoting archival title of a document dated 1427: "feu Jehan Charlin de Monstereul, dit Johannès, prévôt de Lille") pages 600-601 (in the document cited, he is variously called Jehan Charlin de Monstereul dit Johannès, Jehan Charlin dit Johannès, Jehan Johannès, or simply Johannès; obviously his true family name is Charlin, and Johannès is a personal surname; finally the addition "de Monstereul," in Latin "de Monsterolio," indicates his birthplace; not possible to determine with certitude what Montreuil, Montreux or Montereau [in modern orthography] is meant; at most we can probably assume that "Monstereul" is located in the Île de France, since he owned two buildings in Paris)
    • found: French Wikipedia, August 28, 2018(article title: "Jean de Montreuil (humaniste)"; Jean Charlin, called Jean de Montreuil or de Monstereul (or sometimes Jean Johannis), was a French statesman, humanist and political writer, born in 1354 at Monthureux-le-Sec (Lorraine); around 1394, obtained the important benefice "prévôt du chapitre de Saint-Pierre de Lille"; killed in Paris, May 29, 1418, when the city was taken by the Burgundian party)
    • found: Mathon, G. "Jean de Montreuil", in Dictionnaire de biographie française, fascicule 105, 1991:columns 591-592 (Jean de Montreuil, polemicist; born in 1354 at Montreuil (Monsteriolum), usually identified with the small town in Pas-de-Calais; in fact, "Monsteriolum" could also be Montereau or Montereux; died June 12, 1418, along with several other notable people, slain by soldiers of Jean sans Peur, duke of Burgundy, who had entered Paris some days earlier)
    • found: Pons, Nicole. "Jean de Montreuil," in Dictionnaire des lettres françaises: le Moyen Âge, édition entièrement revue et mise à jour, 1994, pages 823-824:page 823 (Jean Charlin, called Jean de Montreuil (1354-1418), provost of Lille, notary and secretary of the king, humanist and political writer; opponent of English claims to the French crown and to certain continental territories; wrote in Latin and French; died June 12, 1418, in the massacres that followed the taking of Paris by the followers of Jean sans Peur)
    • found: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, August 28, 2018(Johannes, de Monsterolio; other names: Monsterolio, Johannes de; Jehan, de Monstereul; Montreuil, Jean de; Jean, de Montreuil; life dates: 1354-1418)
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    • PA8552.M525
  • Change Notes

    • 1990-04-13: new
    • 2018-09-01: revised
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