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Bernardino, da Siena, Saint, 1380-1444

LC control no.n 50008546
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Personal name headingBernardino, da Siena, Saint, 1380-1444
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Variant(s)Albizzeschi, Bernardino degli, 1380-1444
Bernardin, of Sienna, Saint, 1380-1444
Bernardine, of Siena, Saint, 1380-1444
Bernardino da Siena, Saint, 1380-1444.
Bernardino, of Siena, Saint, 1380-1444
Bernardinus, Senensis, Saint, 1380-1444
Bernhardin, von Siena, Saint, 1380-1444
Siena, Bernardino da, Saint, 1380-1444
Other standard no.0000000121209071
LocatedSiena (Italy)
Birth date1380-09-08
Death date1444-05-20
Place of birthMassa Marittima (Italy)
Place of deathAbruzzo (Italy)
Field of activityEconomics--Study and teaching Scholasticism
Profession or occupationPriests Missionaries
Found inArasse, D. Saint Bernardin de Sienne, ©2014
National Library and Archives of Québec in VIAF, 31 August 2016 (access point: Bernardino, da Siena, saint, 1380-1444)
Catholic encyclopedia online, 31 August 2016: St. Bernardine of Siena entry (Friar Minor, missionary, and reformer, often called the "Apostle of Italy", born of the noble family of Albizeschi at Massa, a Sienese town of which his father was then governor, 8 September, 1380; died at Aquila in the Abruzzi, 20 May, 1444; aged 63)
Wikipedia, 31 August 2016: Bernardino of Siena entry, (also known as Bernardine; 8 September 1380-20 May 1444) was an Italian priest, Franciscan missionary. He was a systematizer of Scholastic economics.)
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