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Vincent, of Beauvais, -1264

LC control no.n 80150235
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Personal name headingVincent, of Beauvais, -1264
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Variant(s)Beauvais, Vincent de, -1264
Beauvais, Vincent of, -1264
Beauvais, Vinzenz von, -1264
De Beauvais, Vincent, -1264
Vicente, de Beauvais, -1264
Vincent, de Beauvais, -1264
Vincent de Beauvais, approximately 1190-1264?
Vincent, of Beauvais, d. 1264
Vincentius Bellovacensis, -1264
Vincentius, Belvacensis, -1264
Vinzenz, von Beauvais, -1264
Von Beauvais, Vinzenz, -1264
Vincentius Burgundus, -1264
Other standard no.105133420
Birth date1190~
Death date1264
AffiliationAbbaye de Royaumont Dominicans
Profession or occupationFriars Priests Encyclopedists
Found inHakluyt, R. The texts and versions of John de Plano Carpini, 1903.
Vincentii Belvacensis De morali principis institutione, 1995: t.p.
Vida de segundo, c2000: t.p. (Vicente de Beauvais)
La Vierge et le miracle, 1999: (Vincent de Beauvais) page 10 (born in Beauvais around 1190; entered the Dominicans probably in 1218, after studies in Paris; died in 1264; undoubteldy took part, in 1225, in the foundation of the Beauvais convent of which he became subprior)
BNF via VIAF, viewed May 11, 2021 (Vincent de Beauvais (1190?-1264); Dominican from the Monastère de Beauvais; rejected forms: Vincentius Burgundus (1190?-1264); Vincent of Beauvais (1190?-1264); Vincenz von Beauvais (1190?-1264); Vincentius (1190?-1264); Vincent (1190?-1264); Wincent z Beauvais (1190?-1264))
Wikipedia, viewed May 11, 2021 (Vincent of Beauvais (Latin: Vincentius Bellovacensis or Vincentius Burgundus; c. 1184/1194 - c. 1264); Dominican friar at the Cistercian monastery of Royaumont Abbey, France; known mostly for his Speculum Maius (Great mirror), a major work of compilation that was widely read in the Middle Ages and often retroactively described as an encyclopedia or as a florilegium)
Archives de littérature du Moyen Âge website, viewed May 11, 2021 (Vincent de Beauvais; Vincentius Bellovacensis; Vincentius Belvacensis; Vincent of Beauvais; Vicente de Beauvais; born in Beauvais around 1190; died near Beauvais around 1264)
A Vincent de Beauvais website, viewed May 11, 2021 (Dominican friar Vincent of Beauvais; one of the greatest encyclopedists of the Middle Ages; life shrouded in mystery; place of birth unknown; date of birth remains a matter of speculation, despite the fact that it has variously been listed as 1180 or 1190; assumed that he died in 1264, but this has not been established with certitude)
Catholic encyclopedia onlne, viewed May 11, 2021 (Vincent of Beauvais; dates frequently assigned for his birth and death: 1190 and 1264 respectively; priest and encyclopedist)