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Mateusz, z Krakowa, Cardinal, approximately 1330-1410


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    • Cracovia, Matthaeus de, approximately 1330-1410
    • Krakowa, Mateusz z, approximately 1330-1410
    • Mateusz, z Krakowa, Cardinal, ca. 1330-1410
    • Matthaeus, de Cracovia, Cardinal, approximately 1330-1410
    • Matthaeus de Cracovia, Cardinal, d. 1410
    • Matthäus, v. Krakau, Cardinal, approximately 1330-1410
    • Matthäus, von Krakau, Cardinal, approximately 1330-1410
    • Matthew, of Cracow, Cardinal, approximately 1330-1410
    • Matthieu, de Krakow, Cardinal, approximately 1330-1410
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    • Mateusz, z Krakowa, Cardinal, ca. 1330-1410
    • Matthaeus de Cracovia, Cardinal, d. 1410
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    • found: His Sermones de sanctis, 1984:t.p. (Mateusz z Krakowa)
    • found: Enc. Pow. PWN(Mateusz z Krakowa; ca. 1330-1410)
    • found: LC data base, 3-31-86(hdg.: Matthaeus de Cracovia, Cardinal, d. 1410 ; usage: Mateusz z Krakowa)
    • found: New Cath. enc.(Matthew of Cracow; born in Cracow about 1330, died at Worms on 5 March 1410; not to be confused with another Matthew, also from Cracow, who was active at the end of the 15th century as a university theologian and preacher; studied at Charles University of Prague, bachelor of arts in 1355, bachelor of theology in 1381, doctor of theology in 1387; professor of theology at Prague and a city preacher; in 1390 became a canon in Leslau; in 1391 returned to Cracow; in 1395 professor of theology at the University of Heidelberg, in 1396 rector; in 1397 returned to Poland to reorganize the University of Cracow; in 1405 Bishop of Worms, in 1408 created cardinal and papal legate for Germany; works cited: De squaloribus curiae romanae, known also as Moyses sanctus; Ars moriendi, authorship uncertain; Rationale operum divinorum, in MS in the University of Cracow library; Dialogus rationis et conscientiae)
    • found: Die deutsche Literatur des Mittelalters, Verfasserlexikon:v. 6, columns 172-182 (Matthäus von Krakau (Matheus de Cracovia); born about 1345 in Kraków; his surviving oeuvre is extensive, including uncertain and erroneous attributions of authorship; see this resource for further references)
    • found: Lex. f. Theol. u. Kirche(Matthäus v. Krakau)
    • found: Chevalier(Matthieu de Krakow)
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    • 1986-04-02: new
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