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John, of Wales, -approximately 1285


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  • Variants

    • Galensis, Joannes, -approximately 1285
    • Galensis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
    • Galles, Jean de, -approximately 1285
    • Gallese, Giovanni, -approximately 1285
    • Giovanni, Gallese, -approximately 1285
    • Gualensis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
    • Guallensis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
    • Jean, de Galles, -approximately 1285
    • Joannes, Galensis, -approximately 1285
    • Joannes, Gallensis, -approximately 1285
    • Joannes, Valensis, -approximately 1285
    • Joannes, Walleys, -approximately 1285
    • Johannes, Galensis, -approximately 1285
    • Johannes, Gallensis, -approximately 1285
    • Johannes, Gualensis, -approximately 1285
    • Johannes, Guallensis, -approximately 1285
    • Johannes, Valensis, -approximately 1285
    • Johannes, Valleis, -approximately 1285
    • Johannes, Vallensis, -approximately 1285
    • Johannes, Vualeys, -approximately 1285
    • Johannes, Walleis, -approximately 1285
    • Johannes, Wallensis, -approximately 1285
    • Johannes, Wallius, -approximately 1285
    • John, de Wells, -approximately 1285
    • John, of Wales, active 13th century
    • John, Wallensis, -approximately 1285
    • Valensis, Joannes, -approximately 1285
    • Valensis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
    • Valleis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
    • Vallensis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
    • Vualeys, Johannes, -approximately 1285
    • Wales, John of, -approximately 1285
    • Waleys, John, -approximately 1285
    • Walleis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
    • Wallensis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
    • Wallensis, John, -approximately 1285
    • Walleys, Joannes, -approximately 1285
    • Wallius, Johannes, -approximately 1285
    • Wells, John de, -approximately 1285
  • Additional Information

    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1285~
    • Has Affiliation

    • Death Place

        Paris (France)
    • Associated Locale

        Wales
    • Associated Locale

        England
    • Associated Locale

        France
    • Associated Locale

        Oxford (England)
    • Associated Locale

        Paris (France)
    • Gender

        Males
    • Field of Activity

    • Occupation

        (naf) Theologians
          (naf) University and college faculty members
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      • Earlier Established Forms

        • John, of Wales, active 13th century
      • Sources

        • found: Swanson, J. John of Wales, 1988:CIP t.p. (13th-cent. friar)
        • found: Swanson, J. John of Wales : a study of the works and ideas of a thirteenth-century friar, 1989:t.p. (John of Wales) p. 4 (probably b. between 1210 and 1230; belonged to the Franciscan custody of Worcester, which included North Wales)
        • found: Dict. of nat. biog., 1937-1938:v. 20, p. 576 (under Wallensis: Wallensis or Waleys, John, fl. 1283; Franciscan theologian; described as "of Worcester")
        • found: OCLC, Jan. 7, 2005(hdgs.: Johannes Gallensis, d. 1303; John, of Wales, fl. 1260)
        • found: New Catholic encyclopedia, 2nd ed.:v. 7, p. 991 (John of Wales; English theologian; known also as Waleys, Guallensis, de Wells; d. Paris, Apr. 3?, 1285; author of Communiloquium)
        • found: Oxford DNB(Wales, John of (John Wallensis), d. 1285, Franciscan friar and theologian)
        • found: BN(Waleys, Le P. John, O.F.M., more known under the name Jean de Galles or, in Latin, Johannes Galensis, Gallensis, Gualensis, Valleis, Valensis, Vualeys, Walleis, Wallensis, and Wallius)
        • found: BM(hdg.: Joannes, Gallensis; ref.: Walleys, Joannes; Valensis, Ioannis [sic]; variants: ... Joannis Galensis, Giovanni Gallese)
        • found: The early editions of Johannes Vallensis, 1944.
        • found: Wikipedia, October 10, 2019:John of Wales (John of Wales (died c. 1285), also called John Waleys and Johannes Guallensis; Franciscan theologian; born between 1210 and 1230, almost certainly in Wales; graduated in theology at Oxford University sometime before 1258; taught there until 1270 when he moved to the University of Paris, where he remained until his death around 1285; often considered a forerunner of later Christian humanists) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_of_Wales
        • found: Dictionary of Welsh biography online, November 21, 2019:Johannes Wallensis (Johannes Wallensis (Gallensis, Waleys, etc.), or 'John of Wales,' fl. c. 1260-1283; died perhaps c. 1285; a celebrated Franciscan friar and writer; Gender: Male; Occupation: Franciscan friar and writer; Area of activity: Literature and Writing; Religion) - https://biography.wales/article/s-WALL-JOH-1260
      • Change Notes

        • 1988-05-25: new
        • 2019-11-23: revised
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