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Jonas, Justus, 1493-1555

LC control no.n 89608799
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Personal name headingJonas, Justus, 1493-1555
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Variant(s)Jonas, Justus, the Elder, 1493-1555
Jonas, Justus, der Ältere, 1493-1555
Koch, Jodokus, 1493-1555
Koch, Jobst, 1493-1555
Justus, Jonas, 1493-1555
Jonas, Iustus, 1493-1555
Jonas, Just, 1493-1555
Koch, Jodocus, 1493-1555
Jonas, Jodokus, 1493-1555
Iona, Iodocus, 1493-1555
Cok, Josse, 1493-1555
Koch, Jost, 1493-1555
Jona, Jodocus, 1493-1555
Jonas, Justin, 1493-1555
Koch, Iodocus, 1493-1555
Koch, Jost, Northusanus, 1493-1555
Wahrnrechtigen, Justus Jonas, 1493-1555
Warnrechtigen, Justus Jonas, 1493-1555
Other standard no.0000000121267263
LocatedErfurt (Germany) Wittenberg (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany) Halle an der Saale (Germany) Regensburg (Germany)
Birth date1493-06-05
Death date1555-10-09
Place of birthNordhausen (Thuringia, Germany)
Place of deathEisfeld (Germany)
Profession or occupationTheologians Lawyers Humanists Hymn writers
Found innuc88-36938: Cranmer, T. A catechism set forth by Thomas Cranmer, c1978 (hdg. on OU rept.: Jonas, Justus; usage: Justus Jonas)
LC data base, 2-15-89 (hdg.: Jonas, Justus, 1493-1555)
Melanchthon, Philipp. Ein kurtze Schrifft D. Philip. Melan. von rechter Vergleichung vnd Friedshandlung in der Religion Sachen, 1541 t.p. (durch D. Justum Jonam)
English Wikipedia, viewed on May 4th, 2023 (Justus Jonas, the Elder (5 June 1493 - 9 October 1555), or simply Justus Jonas, was a German Lutheran theologian and reformer. He was a Jurist, Professor and Hymn writer. He is best known for his translations of the writings of Martin Luther and Philipp Melanchthon. He accompanied Martin Luther in his final moments)
German Wikipedia, viewed on May 4th, 2023 (Justus Jonas the Elder (born Nordhausen, June 5th, 1493; died Eisfeld, Oct. 9th, 1555) was a German jurist, humanist, hymn writer, Lutheran theologian, and reformer)
Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek, viewed on May 4th, 2023 (Jonas, Justus; born 1493; died 1555; active in Erfurt, Wittenberg, Halle (Saale) and Regensburg; variant names: Koch, Jodokus;; Koch, Jobst; Justus, Jonas; Jonas, Iustus; Jonas, Just; Koch, Jodocus; Jonas, Jodocus; Jonas, Jodokus; Jodokus, Koch; Iona, Iodocus; Cok, Josse; Koch, Jost; Northusianus, Ionas Iodocus; Koch Northusanus, Jodocus; Jona, Jodocus; Jonas, Justin; Koch, Iodocus; Koch, Jost, Northusanus; Ionas, Iustus; Wahrnrechtigen, Justus Jonas; Warnrechtigen, Justus Jonas)