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Hannapes, Nicolas de, 1225?-1291


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    • Hannapes, Nicolas de, patriarch of Jerusalem, 1225-1291?
    • De Hannapes, Nicolas, 1225?-1291
    • Anapiis, Nicolaus de, 1225?-1291
    • Hanape, Nicolas, 1225?-1291
    • Hanapes, Nicolas de, 1225?-1291
    • Hanapiis, Nicolaus de, 1225?-1291
    • Hanapis, Nicolaus de, 1225?-1291
    • Hanappes, Nicolas de, 1225?-1291
    • Hanaps, Nicolas de, 1225?-1291
    • Hanapus, Nicolaus, 1225?-1291
    • Hannappes, Nicolas de, 1225?-1291
    • Nicolas, de Hannapes, patriarch of Jerusalem, 1225?-1291
    • Nicolas, de Hanapes, patriarch of Jerusalem, 1225?-1291
    • Nicolas, de Hannappes, patriarch of Jerusalem, 1225?-1291
    • Nicolaus, de Anapiis, patriarch of Jerusalem, 1225?-1291
    • Nicolaus, de Hanapis, patriarch of Jerusalem, 1225?-1291
    • Nicolaus Hanapus, patriarch of Jerusalem, 1225?-1291
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    • Hannapes, Nicolas de, patriarch of Jerusalem, 1225-1291?
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    • found: His The ensamples of vertue and vice, gathered oute of holye scripture,1561:t.p. (Nicolas Hanape patriarch of Ierusalem)
    • found: NUC pre-56(Nicolas de Hannappes; patriarch of Jerusalem; 1225 (ca.)-1291)
    • found: Kaeppeli, Th. "Hannapes (Nicolas de)," in Dictionnaire d'histoire et de géographie ecclésiastiques, vol. 23, 1990:(Hannapes (Nicolas de), Hanapes, Hanappes, Hanaps; Nicolaus de Anapiis or de Hanapiis; French Dominican, last Latin patriarch of Jerusalem to have resided in the East; born 1225; died in the fall of Acre, May 18, 1291; author of a Liber de exemplis Sacre Scripture, or Virtutum vitiorumque exempla, ex universae Divinae Scripturae promptuario desumta, also called Biblia pauperum)
    • found: Goffp. 122 (Nicolaus de Hanapis)
    • found: Incunabula Short Title Catalog online, February 28, 2017(Nicolaus de Hanapis)
    • found: EDIT16, February 28, 2017(Nicolas : de Hannapes <ca. 1225-1291>; form in published works: Nicolaus Hanapus)
    • found: Verzeichnis der Drucke 16. /17. Jhd. (VD16/VD17), February 28, 2017(Nicolaus <aus Hannapes>)
    • found: French Wikipedia, February 28, 2017(article title: "Nicolas de Hanapes"; beginning of text and passim: "Nicolas de Hanappes"; born approximately 1225 at Hannappes [note spelling; "Hannappes" is a commune in the Ardennes; WIkipedia has note "Ne doit pas être confondu avec Hannapes," the latter being a commune in Aisne]; died at sea off the coast of Acre (Israel), May 18, 1291; Dominican priest and French prelate; last Latin patriarch of Jerusalem, with residence in Acre, and a noted spiritual author; entered Dominican order in Reims, studied theology in Paris at Couvent Saint-Jacques; named to Apostolic Penitentiary in Rome, then named patriarch of Jerusalem by Pope Nicholas IV, April 30, 1288; as Jerusalem was in the hands of the Turks since 1187, he took up residence at Acre; also named papal legate for Syria, Cyprus and Armenia; died fleeing Acre when the city fell to the Mamluks on May 18, 1291; his principal work is Liber de exemplis Sacre Scripturae, composed between 1260 et 1278; first printed in Venice, 1477, wrongly attributed to St. Bonaventure; published under various titles including Summa virtutum et viciorum; Virtutum vitiorumque exempla ex universo Divinae Scripturae promptuario desumta; Flores Biblici, Exempla Biblica; Biblia pauperum)
    • found: Fère, Guyot de. "Hannapes (Nicolas de)," in Nouvelle biographie générale, v. 23, 1856:columns 295-296 (Hannapes (Nicolas de), French prelate, last of the Latin patriarchs of Jerusalem; born Hannapes, canton Rumigny, in the Ardennes, approximately 1225, died in 1291; was major penitentiary in Rome when Nicholas IV named him to the patriarchy of Jerusalem; ordained a bishop and departed for Acre, where he perished when his overloaded longboat capsized, fleeing the city which had fallen to Muslim forces)
    • found: Morembert, T. de "Hannapes (Nicolas de)" in Dictionnaire de biographie française, v. 17 (fascicule 99, 1986):column 581 (Hannapes (Nicolas de), patriarch of Jerusalem, born Hannappes (Ardennes) approximately 1225, died at sea near Acre, May 8, 1291; entered Dominican order in Reims, studied theology in Paris and was ordained a priest there; taught theology and was prior in several communities in provincial France; called to Rome by Innocent V and named Major Penitentiary; named patriarch of Jerusalem, January 30, 1288, and left for Acre; on the day Acre fell, May 18, 1291, he wished to remain with the faithful as long as possible and died embarking on an overloaded longboat that capsized immediately)
    • found: Scholderer, Victor. "The Virtutum vitiorumque exempla of Nicolaus Hanapus," in Fifty essays in fifteenth- and sixteenth-century bibliography, 1966, pages 140-143:page 140 ("The Dominican Nicolaus Hanapus, or de Hanapis, who was born about the year 1225 in the village of Hanapes in the Ardennes, became patriarch of Jerusalem in 1288 and perished in the sack of Acre ... on 18 May, 1291, was the compiler of a tract entitled Virtutum vitiorumque exempla ...") index (Hanapus, Nicolaus)
    • found: Le Clerc, Victor. "Nicolas de Hanapes, patriarche de Jérusalem," in Histoire littéraire de la France, v. 20 (1844), pages 51-78, via Internet Archive, February 28, 2017:page 51 (Nicolas de Hanapes; his name has been spelled various ways, in Latin and French, but the author prefers that which is still borne by his native village, Hanapes or Hannapes, in the Ardennes) pages 51-64 (full account of his life and death from manuscript sources) pages 64-66 (his only published work is a Christian imitation of Valerius Maximus, Virtutum vitiorumque exempla, ex universae Divinae Scripturae promturario desumta, which became known as the Bible of the poor (Biblia pauperum), under which title it was often attributed to St. Bonaventure; probably composed when the author was still a student at the convent of Saint-Jacques in Paris) pages 77-78 (lists multiple forms of the name; Nicolaus de Hanapis is the most common in Latin manuscripts; also de Hanapiis; de Hanaphis; de Hanabis; de Anapiis; de Anapis; Hanaps; de Hanaps; Hanapus; besides obvious errors such as Benagis, Canapis, de Neapoli, de Hancipis, de Hancinis; in French, des Anapes; de Hanaps; d'Hanape; de Hanappes)
    • found: Bibliothèque nationale de France. BnF autorités, February 28, 2017(Nicolas de Hannappes (1225?-1291); born 1225?, Hannapes, Ardennes; died 1291-05-18 at sea, off the coast of Acre; gender: male; Dominican; patriarch of Jerusalem; variants: Nicolas de Hanappes (1225?-1291); Nicolas de Hannapes (1225?-1291); Nicolaus de Hanapis (1225?-1291); Nicolaus Hanapus (1225?-1291); Hannappes, Nicolas de (1225?-1291))
    • found: VIAF, February 28, 2017(access points: Hannapes, Nicolas de: ISNI; Hannapes, Nicolas de, patriarch of Jerusalem, 1225-1291?: Library of Congress/NACO; National Library of Catalonia; Nicolaus, de Hanapis, ca. 1225-1291: National Library of the Netherlands; Nicolaus de Hanapis, -1291: German National Library; National Library of the Czech Republic; Nicolas de Hannappes, 1225?-1291: Sudoc [ABES], France; National Library of France; Nicolaus de Hanapis, 1225-1291: National Library of Israel; Nicolaus de Hanapis (patriarcha Jerozolimy ; ca 1225 -1291).: NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library; Nicolas de Hannappes (ca 1225-1291): National Library of Poland; Nicolaus de Hanapis, O.P., patriarca di Gerusalemme, 1225-1291?: Vatican Library; Nicolaus de Hanapis: National and University Library in Zagreb; Nicolaus de Hanapis, katholischer Theologe, Lateinischer Patriarch von Jerusalem: Wikidata)
    • found: OCLC, February 28, 2017(usage includes: R. Patre & D. Nicolao Hanapo Patriarcha Hierosolymitano authore; per r. patrem D. Nicolaum Hanapum, Patriarcham olim Hierosolymitanum; Nicolas Hanape patriarch of Ierusalem; à Reverendissimo Domino, Domino Nicolao Hanapo Patriarcha Jerosolymitano; à Reverendissimo Domino, Domino Nicolao Hanapo Patriarcha Jerosolymitano, Sac. Ord. Praedic.)
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