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Maximus, the Greek, Saint, 1480-1556

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Personal name headingMaximus, the Greek, Saint, 1480-1556
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Variant(s)Grek, Maksim, Saint, 1480-1556
Maksim, Grek, Saint, 1480-1556
Максим, Grek, Saint, 1480-1556
Maxime, le Grec, Saint, 1480-1556
Maximos, ho Graikos, Saint, 1480-1556
Maximos, the Greek, Saint, 1480-1556
Maximus, the Greek, d. 1556
Maximus, the Haghiorite, Saint, 1480-1556
Trivolis, Maxime, Saint, 1480-1556
Trivolis, Michel, Saint, 1480-1556
Trivolis, Mikhail, Saint, 1480-1556
Триволис, Михаил, Saint, 1480-1556
Birth date1480
Death date1556
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inEncycl. Brit. Micropaedia: v. 6 (Maximus (Maksim) the Greek, also called Maximus the Haghiorite; b. 1480 in Arta, Greece, d. 1556 near Moscow. Greek Orthodox monk, humanist scholar and linguist; translated and commented upon many liturgical and theological works of the Byzantine Church, which he translated into Russian)
Bolʹsh. sov. ėnt︠s︡ykl., 3rd ed.: v. 15, p. 254 (Maksim Grek (real name was Mikhail Trivolis); b. ca. 1475 in Arta, Greece, d. 1556 near Moscow; publicist, writer, translator; he was invited to Russia by Ivan III in 1518 to translate Greek and Byzantine theological works; considered a progressive he was condemned by the Orthodox Church Counsel for his views on church and state relations; Maxim was exiled in 1525 to monasteries near Moscow; he is credited with writing/commenting on more than 150 works)
The Orthodox Church, Aug. 1988: p. 5 (Maxim the Greek; St. Maxim; canonized 1988)
Maksim Grek, 1865-1866.