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Budny, Szymon, approximately 1530-1593

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Personal name headingBudny, Szymon, approximately 1530-1593
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Variant(s)Budny, Szymon, 16th cent.
Budny, Szymon, ca. 1530-1593
Budnaeus, Simon, approximately 1530-1593
Budneus, Simon, approximately 1530-1593
Budny, Symon, approximately 1530-1593
Budbyj, Symon, approximately 1530-1593
Budnij, Simon, approximately 1530-1593
Budny, Simon, approximately 1530-1593
Budy, Simonas, approximately 1530-1593
Other standard no.0000000108933663
Birth date1530~
Death date1593-01-13
Place of birthBudne (Poland)
Place of deathVishneva (Minskai︠a︡ voblastsʹ, Belarus)
Profession or occupationTheologians Philosophers Humanists Historians Translators
Found inO przedniejszych wiary chrystyjańskiej artykulech, 1989: t.p. (Szymon Budny)
LC manual auth. cd. (hdg.: Budny, Szymon, 16th cent.)
Enc. powsz. PWN, 1973-1976: v. 1, p. 365 (Budny, Szymon, b. ca. 1530; d. 1593)
Simmler, Josias. Assertio orthodoxae doctrinae de duabus naturis Christi servatoris nostri, opposita blasphemijs & sophismatibus Simonis Budn[a]ei nuper ab ipso in Lituania euulgatis, 1575: title page (... Simonis Budna[e]i ...)
English Wikipedia, viewed on Aug. 26th, 2022 (Szymon Budny or Symon Budny (born ca.1533, Budne ; died 13 January 1593, Vishnyeva) was a Polish-Belarusian humanist, educator, Hebraist, Bible translator, Protestant reformer, philosopher, sociologist and historian, active in the territory of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. He was one of the first to promote the development of Belarusian culture in the Belarusian language. He was one of the leaders of the Polish Brethren)
Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek, viewed on Aug. 26th, 2022 (Budny, Symon; born 1530; died 1593; variant names: Budnyj, Simon; Budnyj, Symon; Budnij, Simon; Budny, Szymon; Budny, Simon; Budny, Simonas; Budnaeus, Simon)