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Trithemius, Johannes, 1462-1516

LC control no.n 82072962
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LC classificationPA8585.T775
Personal name headingTrithemius, Johannes, 1462-1516
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Variant(s)Trittenhemius, Johannes, 1462-1516
Trittenheim, Johann, 1462-1516
Heidenberg, Johannes, 1462-1516
Tritemius, Joannes, 1462-1516
Tritheim, Johann, 1462-1516
Tritheme, I., 1462-1516
Johannes, Abbas Spanhamensis, 1462-1516
Tritemius, Iohannes, 1462-1516
Trittenhemius, Ioannes, 1462-1516
Trittemius, 1462-1516
Johan, Abt zů Spanhaim, 1462-1516
Tritenheim, Joannes, 1462-1516
Trithème, Jean, 1462-1516
Erithenemius, Ioannes, 1462-1516
Erithenemius, Joannes, 1462-1516
Birth date14620201
Death date15161213
Place of birthTrittenheim (Germany)
Place of deathWürzburg (Germany)
Field of activityTheology Lexicography History Cryptography Occultism
Profession or occupationTheologians Lexicographers Historians Cryptographers Occultists
Found inLCCN 11-19045: His Polygraphie, et vniuerselle escriture cabalistique de m. I. Tritheme abbé, 1561 (hdg.: Trithemius, Joannes, 1462-1516)
His De purissima et immaculata conceptione Virginis Marie, 1506: p. 3 ( ... Johan[n]is, abbatis Spa[n]hame[n]sis; Iohannes Tritemius, Abbas Spanhame[n]sis)
Gabriel Biel super canone misse, 1542: t.p. (Ioannis Trittenhemij Abbatis Sphanhemensis)
Thybourel, F. Recueil de plusieurs machines militaires ..., 1620: t.p. (Trittemius)
Antwort Herrn Johan Abts zů Spanhaim auff acht Fragstuck jme von Weylandt Herrn Maximilian Röm. Kayser etc. hochlöblichster Gedechtnuss fürgehalten, 1555 t.p. (Johan Abts zu Spanhaim) at end (Ioannes Trithemius Abbas)
Bibl. des impressions et des oeuvres de Josse Badius Ascensius ...1908: v. 3, index (Tritenheim, Trithemius (Joannes); Jean Trithème, de Trittenheim, abbé de Spanheim)
Sidonii Apollinaris poema aureum eiusdemq[ue] epistole, 1498: fol. s8r (... Ioanne Erithenemio)
Wikipedia, Sept. 4, 2014: "Johannes Trithemius" (Johannes Trithemius; born Johann Heidenberg, Feb. 1, 1462 (home town Trittenheim on the Moselle River, at the time part of the electorate of Trier); died Dec. 13, 1516, St. James's abbey (Schottenkloster), Würzburg; a German Benedictine abbot and polymath, active in the German Renaissance as a theologian, lexicographer, chronicler, cryptographer and occultist; connected with the Benedictine abbey of Sponheim (near Bad Kreuznach), elected abbot in 1483, resigned 1506, becoming abbot of St. James's abbey, Würzburg, where he died)