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Jacques, de Vitry, approximately 1170-1240

LC control no.n 85035238
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Personal name headingJacques, de Vitry, approximately 1170-1240
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Variant(s)Vitry, Jacques de, approximately 1170-1240
Jacobus, de Vitriaco, approximately 1170-1240
De Vitry, Jacques, approximately 1170-1240
Jacobus de Vitriaco, Cardinal, d. 1240
Jacques, de Vitry, ca. 1170-1240
Jakob, von Vitry, approximately 1170-1240
Z'aḳ, deh Ṿiṭri, approximately 1170-1240
Vitriaco, Jacobus de, approximately 1170-1240
يعقوب الڨيتري
Other standard no.0000000109230986
Associated placeTusculum (Extinct city)
Birth date1170~
Death date1240-05-01
Place of birthVitry-sur-Seine (France)
AffiliationCatholic Church.
Profession or occupationHistorians Cardinals
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Found inHistoire des croisades, 1825: t.p. (Jacques de Vitry)
Libri duo, 1597: t.p. (... Jacobi de Vitriaco)
Grand Larousse encyc., 1962 (Jacques de Vitry, ca. 1170-1240; French historian and preacher)
OCLC data base, 7/29/85 (hdg.: Jacobus de Vitriaco, Cardinal, d. 1240)
LC data base, 11/20/85 (hdg.: Jacobus de Vitriaco, Cardinal, d. 1240; usage: Jacques de Vitry)
Orient und Okzident nach den Hauptwerken des Jakob von Vitry, c1997: t.p. (Jakob von Vitry) cover p. 4 (Jakob von Vitry, 1160/70-1240) p. 17 (... Bischofs von Akkon und Kardinalbischofs von Tusculum, Jakob von Vitry)
On roots of the myth of Jewish male menses ... 1998: t.p. (Jacques de Vitry) added t.p. (Z'aḳ deh Ṿiṭri [in Heb.])
Histoire orientale, c2008: t.p. (Jacques de Vitry) p. [79] (born ca. 1165-1170) p. 80 (died May 1, 1240)
Catholic Encyclopedia viewed via the WWW January 23, 2013 (Jacques de Vitry, historian of the crusades, cardinal Bishop of Acre, later of Tusculum, b. at Vitry-sur-Seine, near Paris, probably about 1160; d. at Rome, 1240.
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