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Aesticampianus, Johannes, 1457-1520

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Personal name headingAesticampianus, Johannes, 1457-1520
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Variant(s)Aesticampianus, Iohannes, 1457-1520
Rhagius, Johannes, 1457-1520
Ragius, Johannes, 1457-1520
Rak, Johannes, 1457-1520
Sommerfeld, Johannes von, 1457-1520
Von Sommerfeld, Johannes, 1457-1520
Johannes, Von Sommerfeld, 1457-1520
Johannes, Aesticampianus, 1457-1520
Associated countryGermany
Associated placeKracoĢw, Poland Frankfurt an der Oder, Germany Leipzig, Germany
Birth date1457
Death date15200531
Place of birthSommerfeld, Germany
Place of deathWittenberg, Gemany
Field of activityTheology Humanism
Profession or occupationTheologians Humanists Teachers
Special noteDo not confuse with Sommerfeld, Jan, d. 1501 [n 2006064680], who also called himself Aesticampianus.
Found inM. Tul. Ciceronis pulcherrimi. elega[n]tissimi[que]. De oratore libri tres. non minore studio q[uam] arte, 1515: t.p. verso Aiir (Ioannis Aesticampiani) leaf Aiv (Joannes Ragius Aesticampianus)
German Wikipedia, Dec. 16, 2012 (Johannes Aesticampianus (also named Johannes Rhagius, also named Johannes von Sommerfeld; b. 1457 in Sommerfeld; d. 31. Mai 1520 in Wittenberg)' theologian and humanist;; Johannes Rak was born in 1457 in Sommerfeld the son of Matthias Rak)
Glomski, J. Patronage and humanist literature in the age of the Jagiellons, 2007: p. 230 (Johannes Rhagius Aesticampianus (1457-1520) was a wandering humanist from Sommerfeld in Lusatia who had been a pupil of Celtis at Cracow before going to study in Italy. He taught at Frankfurt a.d. Oder before coming to Leipzig, and he was forced to leave Leipzig because of a conflict with the older masters)
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