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Foucauld, Charles de, 1858-1916

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Personal name headingFoucauld, Charles de, 1858-1916
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Variant(s)Foucauld, père de (Charles), 1858-1916
De Foucauld, Carlo Eugenio de, 1858-1916
De Foucauld, Charles, 1858-1916
De Foucauld, Karel, 1858-1916
Carlo di Gesù, fratel, 1858-1916
Marie Albéric, Brother, 1858-1916
Charles de Jésus, Father, 1858-1916
Charles of Jesus, Brother, 1858-1916
Foucauld, Carlo Eugenio de, 1858-1916
Foucauld, Charles-Eugène, vicomte de, 1858-1916
Foucauld, Karel de, 1858-1916
Pontbriand, Charles de Foucauld, vicomte de, 1858-1916
De Pontbriand, Charles de Foucauld, vicomte, 1858-1916
Fūkū, Shārl dū, 1858-1916
فوكو، شارل دو، 1858-1916
Associated countryFrance Algeria
Birth date1858-09-15
Death date1916-12-01
Place of birthStrasbourg (France)
Place of deathTamanrasset (Algeria)
Field of activityTuaregs--Social life and customs Tamashek language Ethnology Geography Spirituality
AffiliationCistercians Trappists
Profession or occupationExplorers Armed Forces--Officers Priests Brothers (Religious) Missionaries Hermits
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Found inPagin, R. Charles de Foucauld ... c1921.
Lorit, S.C. Charles de Foucauld, the silent witness, 1991: p. 9, etc. (b. Strasbourg; Charles de Foucauld de Pontbriand; vicomte de Pontbriand)
al-Taʻarruf ʻalá al-Maghrib, 1883-1884, 1999: v. 1, t.p. (F. Shārl dū Fūkū) cover p. 4 (V. Charles de Foudauld [in rom.])
Wikipedia, viewed July 12, 2022: English Charles de Foucauld page (Charles Eugène de Foucauld de Pontbriand, Viscount de Foucauld; French soldier, explorer, geographer, ethnographer, Catholic priest and hermit; born 15 September 1858 in Strasbourg, France; served as an officer of the French Army in North Africa, carried out explorations in Morocco and Algeria; developed strong feelings about the desert and solitude; experienced conversion in 1886; joined the Cistercian Trappist order in 1890, in France, and then at Akbès on the Syrian-Turkish border; left the order in 1897 and seleted in Nazareth; ordained in 1901 in Viviers, France; returned to the Sahara in French Algeria, settled with Tuareg people in southern Algeria, studied Tuareg language and cultural traditions for ten years; killed by bandits on 1 December 1916 at Tamanrasset; beatified 13 November 2005; canonized as a saint by pope Francis on 15 May 2022 in Rome)
Znamení poustě, 1971: page 7 (Karel de Foucauld)
Vatican website, viewed July 12, 2022: English Charles de Foucauld page (Charles de Foucauld (Brother Charles of Jesus))
Duquesne University website, viewed July 12, 2022: Charles de Foucauld: universal brother research guide page (St. Charles de Foucauld; cavalry officer turned explorer and linguist, who became a monk and a briest; lived a hermit's life in the Algerian desert)
Equivalent(s)Foucauld, Charles de, 1858-1916
National bib agency no.0061J1184E
Associated languagefre
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