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Jacobus, Mediolanensis, active 13th century


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  • Variants

    • Jacob, of Milan, active 13th century
    • Jacobus, Mediolanensis, 13th cent.
    • Jacobus Mediolanensis, active 13th century
    • Jacopo, di Milano, active 13th century
    • Mediolanensis, Jacobus, active 13th century
    • James, of Milan, active 1238-1251
    • James, of Milan, active 13th century
    • Pseudo Giacomo, de Capellis, active 13th century
    • Giacomo, de Capellis, active 13th century
    • Jacques, de Capellis, active 13th century
  • Additional Information

    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (lcsh) Franciscans
    • Associated Locale

        Domodossola (Italy)
    • Associated Locale

        Milan (Italy)
    • Associated Language

        lat
    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Albigenses--Controversial literature
    • Use For

      • n2014072891
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    • Earlier Established Forms

      • Jacobus, Mediolanensis, 13th cent.
      • James, of Milan, active 1238-1251
    • Sources

      • found: Stimulus amoris, 1949:t.p. (fr. Jacobi Mediolanensis) p. ix (Franciscan order)
      • found: His Summa contra hereticos, 2018:title page (Pseudo Giacomo de Capellis)
      • found: OCLC, 8 Jan. 1998(hdg.: Jacobus Mediolanensis, 13th cent.; Jacobus, Mediolanensis, 13th cent.; usage: fr. Jacobi Mediolanensis)
      • found: NUC pre-56(hdg.: Jacobus Mediolanensis, 13th cent.; usage: fr. Jacobi Mediolanensis)
      • found: "St. Bonaventure" in Cath. Ency.:v. 2, p. 654, col. 1 (James of Milan; Stimulus amoris formerly attrib. to St. Bonaventure)
      • found: "Stimulus Amoris" in Wikipedia, viewed July 25, 2018(written in the late 13th C by the Franciscan James of Milan)
      • found: Neff, Amy. "An Aristocratic Copy of a Mendicant Text," Franciscan studies, volume 65, 2007:p. 235 (James of Milan; author of Stimulus Amoris; was lector to the Franciscans of Domodossola (Piedmont) in 1305)
      • found: DNB, viewed July 25, 2018(Hdg.: Capellis, Jacobus de; numerous cross refs, including: Pseudo-Giacomo, de Capellis; Giacomo, de Capellis; Jacques, de Capellis)
      • found: The earliest Franciscans, 2015:ECIP t.p. (James of Milan) galley (a Friar Minor who came from northern Italy during the second half of the thirteenth century; we know nothing about the precise date of his birth, his entry into the Order, or the major turning points of his life. Some identify him with the companion of the pontifical legate Gregory of Montelongo (1238-1251), whom Salimbene mentions in his Chronicle, an early account of the history of the Franciscan order)
      • notfound: NCE;Dict. de théol. cath.;Encic. catt.;Encic. ital. ;Dict. of Christian biog.
    • Change Notes

      • 1998-05-01: new
      • 2018-11-05: revised
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