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Schade, Peter, 1493-1524

LC control 91029948
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPA8555.M3
Personal name headingSchade, Peter, 1493-1524
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Variant(s)Schade, Petrus, 1493-1524
Petrus, 1493-1524
See alsoAlternate identity: Mosellanus, Petrus, 1493-1524
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Other standard no.0000000121210400
LocatedLeipzig (Germany) Ulm (Germany)
Place of birthBruttig-Fankel (Germany)
Place of deathLeipzig (Germany)
Field of activityGreek language
AffiliationUniversität Leipzig (1409-1953)
Profession or occupationTheologians Humanists Teachers Grammarians Linguists College teachers Translators
Special noteData provided by the ESTC/BL
Petrus Mosellanus, Protegensis, is a pseudonymn of Petrus Schade
Found inIsocrates. Isocratis Atheniensis oratis ac philosophi grauissima ... 1519: t.p. (Petro Mosellano)
LC in OCLC, 12-12-91 (MLC hdg.: Mosellanus, Petrus, 1493?-1524)
Hyamson, A. Dictionary of universal biography, 1951 (Mosellanus (Schade), Petrus; Germ. humanist & theol., 1493-1524)
Koch, H.-A. Deutscher biographische index, 1986 (Schade, Peter (pseud.: Mosellanus, Protegensis) 1493-1524)
Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek, viewed April 19, 2022 (Mosellanus, Petrus ; born 1493 in Bruttig, died 1524 in Leipzig ; Scholastic theologian in the Dominican monastery (in/near Ulm), humanist and teacher ; variant name: Schade, Petrus)
BnF, catalogue général, viewed April 19, 2022 (Mosellanus, Petrus ; pseudonym of Peter Schade ; grammarian and linguist ; professor of Greek language at the Academy of Leipzig at the age of twenty ; ruined his health by a constant excess of work ; translated from ancient Greek into Latin)
Associated languagegrc lat