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Arnaldo, da Brescia, -1155

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Personal name headingArnaldo, da Brescia, -1155
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Variant(s)Arnaldo, da Brescia, d. 1155
Arnaldo, di Brescia, -1155
Arnaldus, Brixiensis, -1155
Arnaud, de Brescia, -1155
Arnauld, de Brescia, -1155
Arnold, of Brescia, -1155
Arnold, van Brescia, -1155
Arnold, von Brescia, -1155
Arnaud, de Bresse, -1155
Brescia, Arnaldo da, -1155
Brixiensis, Arnaldus, -1155
Bresse, Arnaud de, -1155
Other standard no.2183619
Birth date1100~
Death date11550618
Place of birthBrescia (Italy)
Place of deathRome (Italy)
Field of activityChurch renewal
AffiliationAugustinian Canons
Profession or occupationReformers
Found inFrancke, H. Arnaldo da Brescia und seine Zeit, 1825.
Enc. Brit. online, 14 July 2004: (Arnold of Brescia; It. Arnaldo da Brescia; radical religious reformer; b. ca. 1100 in Brescia, d. ca. June 1155)
OCLC, 14 July 2004: (hdgs.: Arnaldo da Brescia, d. 1155; Arnold of Brescia, d. 1155; Arnauld de Brescia, (... -1155); usage: Arnaldo da Brescia; Arnaldus Brixiensis; Arnaldo di Brescia; Arnaud de Brescia; Arnold of Brescia; Arnold von Brescia)
Richard, Charles-Louis. Voltaire parmi les ombres, 1777: page 229 (caption: "IXe entretien. Arnaud de Bresse et Voltaire")
Italian Wikipedia, Apr. 29, 2015 (Arnaldo da Brescia; Arnaldo da Brescia (Brescia, 1090-Rome, 18 June 1155); Italian monk and religious reformer)
Wikipedia, Apr. 29, 2015 (Arnold of Brescia (circa 1090-June 1155), also known as Arnaldus; Italian canon regular from Lombardy; called on the Church to renounce property ownership and participated in the failed Commune of Rome; Augustinian canon and then prior of a monastery in Brescia; sided with the Commune of Rome in 1145 and succeeded in driving Pope Eugene into exile in 1146, for which he was excommunicated on 15 July 1148; in 1155, seized by Imperial forces and tried by the Roman Curia as a rebel; faced with the stake, he refused to recant any of his positions; convicted of rebellion, Arnold was hanged in June and his body burned; his ashes were cast into the Tiber)