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Cordier, Mathurin, 1479-1564

LC control no.n 84119685
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Personal name headingCordier, Mathurin, 1479-1564
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Variant(s)Corderius, Maturinus, 1479-1564
Corderius, Mathurin, 1479-1564
Corderio, Maturino, 1479-1564
Cordier, Maturin, 1479-1564
Cordier, Methurin, 1479-1564
Corderius, Maturin, 1479-1564
Cordery, Mathurin, 1479-1564
Corderius, Mathurinus, 1479-1564
Corderus, Maturinus, 1479-1564
Other standard no.0000000121309902
LocatedParis (France) Bordeaux (Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France) Lausanne (Switzerland)
Birth date1479?
Death date1564-09-08
Place of birthFrance
Place of deathGeneva (Switzerland)
Profession or occupationTheologians College teachers Humanists Educators Grammarians Linguists
Found inHis Mat. Corderii colloquiorum scholasticorum libri IV diligenter recogniti protrepticon ad bene vivendi recteque loquendi studiosos, 1681 (Mat. Corderii)
UnM/Wing files (hdg.: Cordier, Mathurin, 1479-1564; usage: Mathurin Cordier; Maturinus Corderius; Maturino Corderio)
Nouv. Biog. Generale (hdg: Cordier, Mathurin, b. 1478; d. 9/8/1564)
LC data base, 8-4-84 (hdg.: Cordier, Mathurin, 1479-1564; usage: Mathurin Cordier)
BnF, catalogue général, viewed July 17, 2023 (Cordier, Mathurin ; protestant ; teacher, grammarian and pedagogue ; he was interested in antiquity, literature and theology ; friend of Calvin ; born 1479?, died 1564 ; variant names: Cordier, Maturin; Corderius, Mathurin)
Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek, viewed July 17, 2023 (Cordier, Mathurin ; grammarian, pedagogue, university lecturer and French linguist ; born 1478/1479 in Rouen, died 1564 in Geneva ; active in Paris and Bordeaux ; variant names: Cordier, Methurin; Corderius, Maturin; Cordery, Mathurin; Corderius, Mathurinus; Corderus, Maturinus)
French Wikipedia, viewed July 17, 2023 (Mathurin Cordier ; probably born in 1479 in La Perrière, died September 8, 1564 in Geneva ; was a theologian, professor, humanist and pedagogue from Lausanne, of French origin. He was a teacher at the Academy and director of the school of Lausanne)
Not found inEncy. Brit.