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John, of Wales, -approximately 1285

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Personal name headingJohn, of Wales, -approximately 1285
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Variant(s)Galensis, Joannes, -approximately 1285
Galensis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
Galles, Jean de, -approximately 1285
Gallese, Giovanni, -approximately 1285
Giovanni, Gallese, -approximately 1285
Gualensis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
Guallensis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
Jean, de Galles, -approximately 1285
Joannes, Galensis, -approximately 1285
Joannes, Gallensis, -approximately 1285
Joannes, Valensis, -approximately 1285
Joannes, Walleys, -approximately 1285
Johannes, Galensis, -approximately 1285
Johannes, Gallensis, -approximately 1285
Johannes, Gualensis, -approximately 1285
Johannes, Guallensis, -approximately 1285
Johannes, Valensis, -approximately 1285
Johannes, Valleis, -approximately 1285
Johannes, Vallensis, -approximately 1285
Johannes, Vualeys, -approximately 1285
Johannes, Walleis, -approximately 1285
Johannes, Wallensis, -approximately 1285
Johannes, Wallius, -approximately 1285
John, de Wells, -approximately 1285
John, of Wales, active 13th century
John, Wallensis, -approximately 1285
Valensis, Joannes, -approximately 1285
Valensis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
Valleis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
Vallensis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
Vualeys, Johannes, -approximately 1285
Wales, John of, -approximately 1285
Waleys, John, -approximately 1285
Walleis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
Wallensis, Johannes, -approximately 1285
Wallensis, John, -approximately 1285
Walleys, Joannes, -approximately 1285
Wallius, Johannes, -approximately 1285
Wells, John de, -approximately 1285
Beginning date12
Associated countryWales England France
Associated placeOxford (England) Paris (France)
Death date1285~
Place of deathParis (France)
Field of activityTheology College teaching
AffiliationUniversity of Oxford UniversiteĢ de Paris
Profession or occupationFranciscans Theologians University and college faculty members
Found inSwanson, J. John of Wales, 1988: CIP t.p. (13th-cent. friar)
Swanson, J. John of Wales : a study of the works and ideas of a thirteenth-century friar, 1989: t.p. (John of Wales) p. 4 (probably b. between 1210 and 1230; belonged to the Franciscan custody of Worcester, which included North Wales)
Dict. of nat. biog., 1937-1938: v. 20, p. 576 (under Wallensis: Wallensis or Waleys, John, fl. 1283; Franciscan theologian; described as "of Worcester")
OCLC, Jan. 7, 2005 (hdgs.: Johannes Gallensis, d. 1303; John, of Wales, fl. 1260)
New Catholic encyclopedia, 2nd ed.: v. 7, p. 991 (John of Wales; English theologian; known also as Waleys, Guallensis, de Wells; d. Paris, Apr. 3?, 1285; author of Communiloquium)
Oxford DNB (Wales, John of (John Wallensis), d. 1285, Franciscan friar and theologian)
BN (Waleys, Le P. John, O.F.M., more known under the name Jean de Galles or, in Latin, Johannes Galensis, Gallensis, Gualensis, Valleis, Valensis, Vualeys, Walleis, Wallensis, and Wallius)
BM (hdg.: Joannes, Gallensis; ref.: Walleys, Joannes; Valensis, Ioannis [sic]; variants: ... Joannis Galensis, Giovanni Gallese)
The early editions of Johannes Vallensis, 1944.
Wikipedia, October 10, 2019: John of Wales (John of Wales (died c. 1285), also called John Waleys and Johannes Guallensis; Franciscan theologian; born between 1210 and 1230, almost certainly in Wales; graduated in theology at Oxford University sometime before 1258; taught there until 1270 when he moved to the University of Paris, where he remained until his death around 1285; often considered a forerunner of later Christian humanists)
Dictionary of Welsh biography online, November 21, 2019: Johannes Wallensis (Johannes Wallensis (Gallensis, Waleys, etc.), or 'John of Wales,' fl. c. 1260-1283; died perhaps c. 1285; a celebrated Franciscan friar and writer; Gender: Male; Occupation: Franciscan friar and writer; Area of activity: Literature and Writing; Religion)