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Hildebert, Archbishop of Tours, 1056?-1133

LC control no.n 88092636
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPA8330.H5
Personal name headingHildebert, Archbishop of Tours, 1056?-1133
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Variant(s)Hildebert, of Lavardin, 1056?-1133
Hildebertus, Archbishop of Tours, 1056?-1133
Hildebertus, of Tours, 1056?-1133
Lavardin, Hildebert of, 1056?-1133
Hildebert, von Lavardin, 1056?-1133
Hildebert, von Le Mans, 1056?-1133
Hildebertus, abp. of Tours, 1056?-1133
Hildebert, Cenomannensis Episcopus, 1056?-1133
Hildebert, de Larvardin, 1056?-1133
Hydalbert, Archbishop of Tours, 1056?-1133
Gildebert, Archbishop of Tours, 1056?-1133
Aldebert, Archbishop of Tours, 1056?-1133
Other standard no.44340682
Associated countryFrance
LocatedLe Mans (France) Tours (France)
Birth date1056?
Death date1133-12-18
Place of birthLavardin (France)
Found inQuid suum virtutis, 1980: p. 5 (Hildeberts von Lavardin)
LC manual cat. (hdg.: Hildebertus, abp. of Tours, 1056?-1133)
Enc. Americana, v. 14, c1975 (Hildebert of Lavardin, ca. 1056-1133)
Catholic Enc., v. 6, c1987 (Hildebert of Lavardin; b. ca. 1056, d. 12/18/1133)
Manitius, M. Geschichte d. lat. Literatur d. Mittelalters, 1964-1965 (Hildebert von Le Mans)
Brit. Mus. Cat. (Hildebertus, Bishop of Le Mans, Archbishop of Tours)
Carmina minora, 2001: t.p. (Hildebertus, Cenomannensis Episcopus [i.e. Bishop of Le Mans])
Vie de sainte Marie l'Egyptienne, c2007: t.p. (Hildebert de Lavardin)
wikipedia on line Sep 27, 2011 (Hildebert of Lavardin (or Hildebert of Tours; c. 1055-December 18, 1133; French writer and ecclesiastic; name is also spelled Hydalbert, Gildebert, or Aldebert)
[Collectio decem partium], between 1125 and 1200, Robbins Collection, University of California Berkeley.
Kéry, Lotte. Canonical collections in the early Middle Ages (ca. 400-1140), 1999: p. 263 (Collectio 10 partium; author a French canonist, possibly Hildebert of Lavardin, bishop of Le Mans and archbishop of Tours, who died in 1133)
Wikipedia, viewed July 14, 2023: (Hildebert de Lavardin, c. 1055-18 December 1133, was a French ecclesiastic, hagiographer and theologian; born 1056 or1057 in Lavardin; from 1096-1097 he was bishop of Le Mans, and, from 1125 until his death in 1133, archbishop of Tours)
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