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Balde, Jakob, 1604-1668

LC control no.n 83020071
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LC classificationPA8463.B2
Personal name headingBalde, Jakob, 1604-1668
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Variant(s)Balde, Jacques, 1604-1668
Balde, Jacobus, 1604-1668
Balde, Jacob, 1604-1668
Balde, Johann Jacob, 1604-1668
Balde, Johannes Jakobus, 1604-1668
Associated placeIngolstadt (Germany) Munich (Germany) Landshut (Germany)
Birth date1604-01-03
Death date1668-08-09
Place of birthEnsisheim (France)
Place of deathNeuberg an der Donau (Germany)
Field of activityNeo-Latin poetry
Profession or occupationPoets
Found inJoĢˆcher (Balde, Jacobus)
Sommervogel (Jacques Balde)
Ensisheimer Kolloquium (1982). Jacob Balde und seine Zeit, c1986: t.p. (Jacob Balde)
His Opera poetica, 2012: volume 1, title page (Johannes Jakobus Balde; S.J.) volume 1, introduction (born Jan. 3, 1604 in Ensisheim/Alsace; died Aug. 9, 1668 in Neuburg an der Donau; in 1621 fled from Alsace to Ingolstadt, where he studied philosophy and law; joined the Jesuits, 1624; 1626 went to Munich, teaching at the Wilhelmgymnasium; ordained priest, 1633; studied theology in Ingolstadt and became professor of rhetoric, 1635; court preacher to elector Maximilian I, 1638; transfered to Landshut for health reasons 1650, and to Neuburg a.d. Donau 1654, where he was court preacher and confessor for palatine count Philipp Wilhelm; neo-Latin poet, receiving a gold memorial medal from Pope Alexander VII for his poem Urania victrix)
German Wikipedia, Nov. 7, 2012: "Jacob Balde" (Johann Jacob Balde; born Jan. 3, 1604 in Ensisheim in Alsace; died Aug. 9, 1668 in Neuburg an der Donau; German Jesuit and neo-Latin poet)
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