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Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551

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Personal name headingBucer, Martin, 1491-1551
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Variant(s)Butzer, Martin, 1491-1551
Bucerus, Martinus, 1491-1551
Bucerus, Martin, 1491-1551
Buc., Martinus, 1491-1551
Buce., Martinus, 1491-1551
Bucer, 1491-1551
Butzer, Martinus, 1491-1551
Butger, Martin, 1491-1551
Buzer, Martin, 1491-1551
Buce., Marti., 1491-1551
M. B., 1491-1551
Kuhhorn, Martin, 1491-1551
Aretius Felinus, 1491-1551
Felinus, Aretius, 1491-1551
Trewe von Friedensleben, Konrad, 1491-1551
Waremund, Luithold, 1491-1551
Luitholdus, Varemundus, 1491-1551
Bodius, Hermannus, 1491-1551
Other standard no.000000012117864X
LocatedAlsace (France) Strasbourg (Free imperial city) Ulm (Germany) Augsburg (Germany) Cambridge (England)
Birth date1491-11-11
Death date1551-02-27
Place of birthSélestat (France)
Place of deathCambridge (England)
AffiliationUniversity of Cambridge
Profession or occupationTheologians Humanists Reformers Clergy College teachers
University and college faculty members
Found inHis Acta colloquii in comitiis imperii Ratisponae habiti, 1542.
Neue d. Biogr. (Bucer(us) (really Butzer), Martin, b. 11/11/1491, d. 2/27/1551 in Cambridge, used following pseud.: Aretius Felinus, Konrad Trewe von Friedensleben, and Luithold Waremund)
Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek, viewed November 25, 2021 (Bucer, Martin ; Theologian, humanist, Alsatian reformer ; born 1491 in Schlettstadt, died 1551 in Cambridge ; active in Alsace (Region), Strasbourg, Ulm, Augsburg and Cambridge ; variants: Martin Bucerus, Martinus Buc., Martinus Buce., Bucer, Martinus Butzer, Martin Butger, Martin Buzer, M.B)
BnF, catalogue général, viewed November 25, 2021 (Bucer, Martin ; died 28 February 1551 ; reformer ; Dominican (1506-1521), then Lutheran pastor ; lived in Alsace (until 1549), then went into exile in England ; professor at the University of Cambridge (from 1549) ; variants: Marti. Buce. ; Martin Kuhhorn ; also published under the pseudonyms: Aretius Felinus, Hermannus Bodius, Varemundus Luitholdus)
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