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Laurent, d'Orléans, active 1279

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  • Variants

    • Laurent, frère, active 1279
    • Laurent, du Bois, active 1279
    • Laurentius, Gallus, active 1279
    • Laurentius, Aurelianensis, active 1279
    • Lorens, d'Orléans, active 1279
    • Lorenz, d'Orléans, active 1279
    • Lorens, frère, active 1279
    • Lorenzo, Gallo, active 1279
    • Lorenzo, de' Predicatori, active 1279
    • Laurent, Dominican, active 1279
    • Laurent, Dominican, fl. 1279
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    • Associated Language

        French, Old (ca. 842-1300)
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Laurent, Dominican, active 1279
    • Laurent, Dominican, fl. 1279
  • Sources

    • found: The book of vices and virtues, 1942:title page (a fourteenth century English translation of the Somme le roi of Lorens d'Orléans)
    • found: LC data base, June 23, 1987(hdg.: Laurent, Dominican, fl. 1279) LC manual catalog (frère Lorens; Laurentius Gallus)
    • found: BLC(Laurent, Dominican)
    • found: I manoscritti della Biblioteca Riccardiana di Firenze, 1900:volume 1, page 483 (Lorenzo Gallo)
    • found: Bibliothèque nationale de France online catalog, viewed January 3, 2019(authorized access point: Laurent d'Orléans; other data in authority record: 13th century Dominican; served as confessor to Philip III, King of France; variant forms of name: Laurent Du Bois; Laurent, Frère; Laurentius Aurelianensis) -
    • found: Dictionnaire des lettres françaises. Le Moyen Age. Nouvelle édition, 1992:page 921 (Laurent (Frère); Dominican; confessor to King Philip III of France; in 1279, at the command of the king, he composed a manual of moral instruction, the Somme le Roi)
    • found: Dictionnaire de biographie française. Volume 19, 1995:column 1427 (Laurent (Lorenz) d'Orléans ou Laurent du Bois; frère Laurent; Dominican; died between 1296 and 1302; master of the faculty of arts at Paris; became a priest of the church of Saint Jacques (Paris) sometime before 1270; he became confessor to King Philip III; after the king's death in 1285, he served as lector at Tours; he returned to Paris in 1293; in 1279 he wrote (in French) a manual of instruction entitled La Somme le Roi)
    • found: Trattatello delle virtù, 1863:title page (testo francese di frate Lorenzo de' Predicatori)
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  • Change Notes

    • 1987-06-25: new
    • 2019-01-08: revised
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