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Paulinus II, Saint, -802

LC control no.n 80014965
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPA8395.P28
Personal name headingPaulinus II, Saint, -802
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Variant(s)Paolino, d'Aquileia, Saint, -802
Paolino, patriarca di Aquileia, Saint, -802
Paulin, d'Aquilée, Saint, -802
Paulin II, Saint, -802
Paulinus, Aquileiensis, Saint, -802
Paulinus, of Aquileia, Saint, -802
Paulinus II, Saint, d. 802
Paulinus II, Saint, patriarch of Aquileia, d. 802.
Associated placeAquileia (Italy)
Birth date0750~
Death date0802-01-11
Place of birthPremariacco (Italy)
Aachen (Germany)
Place of deathCividale del Friuli (Italy)
Profession or occupationBishops
Found inEpistolae variorum Carolo Magno regnante scriptae, 1895: table of contents (Epistolae Paulini Aquileiensis (series: Monumenta Germaniae historica. Epistolae))
L'œuvre póetique de Paulin d'Aquilée, 1979: title page (Paulin d'Aquilée)
Opere. Volume 2, 2007: title page (Paolino patriarca di Aquileia)
Italian Wikipedia, viewed February 9, 2021 (Paolino II; Paolino II d'Aquileia; born circa 750 in Premariacco, in Friuli; died January 11, 802, in Cividale del Friuli; Lombard bishop and Patriarch of Aquileia)
English Wikipedia, viewed February 9, 2021 (Paulinus II of Aquileia; Saint Paulinus II; born around 726 in Premariacco; died on January 11 in 802 or 804 AD; priest, theologian, poet, and one of the most eminent scholars of the Carolingian Renaissance; from 787 to his death, he was the Patriarch of Aquileia)
New Catholic encyclopedia. Second edition, 2003: volume 11, page 38 (Paulinus of Aquileia, St.; born circa 750; died January 11, 802; widely renowned in northern Italy for his learning, Paulinus was called by Charlemagne to his court school, where he formed a lasting friendship with Alcuin)