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Konrad, von Soltau, Bishop of Verden, 1350?-1407


  • [Konrad, von Soltau (1350?-1407) was a theologian, scholar, university professor, diplomat, and religious official. He was born at Lüneburg, Germany. Early in his life, he was a disciple of Henricus Totting de Oyta. In 1368, he became a Magister Artium at the University of Prague, where he also studied canon law and later served as Dean of the Faculty of Arts, rector, and theology professor. In 1387, he became a theology professor at the University of Heidelberg. In the 1390s, he was accused of heresy but acquitted because of his work as an author of religious treatises. He turned to diplomacy and served as a diplomat to Rome and as the Chancellor of the Archbishop of Mainz. In 1402, the Pope confirmed him as Bishop of Verden. Konrad, von Soltau died at Rotenburg and was buried at the Abbey of St. Michael in Lüneburg. Throughout his career, he wrote scholarly religious texts, sermons, and commentaries.]
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    • Conradus Soltau, 1350?-1407
    • Conradus, de Soltau, 1350?-1407
    • Conrad, de Verden, 1350?-1407
    • Conrad, von Soltau, 1350?-1407
    • Conradus, Episcopus, 1350?-1407
    • Conradus, Luneburgensis, 1350?-1407
    • Conradus, Soltow, 1350?-1407
    • Conradus, Verdensis, 1350?-1407
    • Conradus, Zolto, 1350?-1407
    • Conradus, von Soltau, 1350?-1407
    • Konrad, Soltau, 1350?-1407
    • Soltau, Conradus de, 1350?-1407
    • Soltow, Conradus, 1350?-1407
    • Soltau, Konrad von, 1350?-1407
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1850?
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1407-01-11
    • Has Affiliation

        • Affiliation Start: 1368
        • Affiliation End: 1387
        • Organization: University of Prague
    • Has Affiliation

        • Affiliation Start: 1387
        • Organization: (naf) Universität Heidelberg
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) Catholic Church
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Lüneburg (Germany)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Rotenburg (Lower Saxony, Germany)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Germany
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) France
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Italy
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Prague (Czech Republic)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Heidelberg (Germany)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Verden (Germany)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Rome (Italy)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Cambrai (France)
    • Gender

        Males
    • Associated Language

        lat
    • Field of Activity

    • Occupation

        (lcdgt) College teachers
          (lcdgt) Authors
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        • found: 8955 (online via vHMML), viewed on April 28, 2020(Conradus Soltau, Quaestiones super libros quatuor Sententiarum) - https://w3id.org/vhmml/readingRoom/view/9501
        • found: Catholic hierarchy (online), viewed on April 28, 2020(Bishop Konrad von Soltau, Bishop of Verden; born approximately 1350, died January 11, 1407) - http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/bishop/bsoltau.html
        • found: CERL thesaurus (online), viewed on April 28, 2020(Conradus, de Soltau; Conrad, de Verden; Conrad, von Soltau; Conradus, Episcopus; Conradus, Luneburgensis; Conradus, Soltow; Conradus, Verdensis; Conradus, Zolto; Conradus von Soltau; Konrad, Soltau; Soltau, Conradus de; Soltow, Conradus; Soltau, Konrad von) - https://data.cerl.org/thesaurus/cnp01007308
        • found: Mihai Maga thesis project, Conrades de Soltau (online), viewed on April 28, 2020(born at Lüneburg, Germany; disciple of Henricus Totting de Oyta; affiliated with University of Prague as Magister Artium, student of canon law, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, rector, theology professor; affiliated with University of Heidelberg as theology professor, rector; accused of heresy but acquitted; diplomat to Rome; Chancellor of the Archbishop of Mainz; confirmed as Bishop of Verden by the pope in 1402; died at Rotenburg, buried at the Abbey of St. Michael in Lüneburg; also lived in Cambrai, France; author of religious texts, sermons, commentaries) - http://conradusdesoltau.thesis-project.ro/bio.html
      • General Notes

        • [Konrad, von Soltau (1350?-1407) was a theologian, scholar, university professor, diplomat, and religious official. He was born at Lüneburg, Germany. Early in his life, he was a disciple of Henricus Totting de Oyta. In 1368, he became a Magister Artium at the University of Prague, where he also studied canon law and later served as Dean of the Faculty of Arts, rector, and theology professor. In 1387, he became a theology professor at the University of Heidelberg. In the 1390s, he was accused of heresy but acquitted because of his work as an author of religious treatises. He turned to diplomacy and served as a diplomat to Rome and as the Chancellor of the Archbishop of Mainz. In 1402, the Pope confirmed him as Bishop of Verden. Konrad, von Soltau died at Rotenburg and was buried at the Abbey of St. Michael in Lüneburg. Throughout his career, he wrote scholarly religious texts, sermons, and commentaries.]
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        • [Data contributed by the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML) with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.]
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        • 2020-05-15: new
        • 2020-05-16: revised
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