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Anonymus Belae Regis Notarius

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Personal name headingAnonymus Belae Regis Notarius
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Variant(s)Anonymous Notary of King Bela
Anonymus Bele Regis Notarius
Anonymus, Notary of King Béla
P., Magister
P., Mester
Pous magister, active 1270
Secretarul Anonim al Regelui Bela
Beginning date11
Profession or occupationhistorian
Found inDankovszky, G. Anonymus Belae Regis notarius, Simon de Keza, et Joannes de Turotz De Hungarorum natali ... 1820: t.p. (Anonymus Belae Regis notarius)
Magyar életrajzi lexicon, 1967: p. 39 (Anonymus, P. Mester, P. Magister, lived end of 11th century-beginning of 12th century.)
Gesta Hungarorum, 2010: CIP t.p. (Anonymi Bele Regis Notarii; Anonymus, Notary of King Béla) introd. (" ... the identity of the author has not been established. He describes himself in the first line of the text as 'P who is called master, and former notary of the late King Béla of good memory.'"; possibly wrote in during the early years of the 13th century)
Wikipedia, May 21, 2010 (Gesta Hungarorum (Latin for The Deeds of the Hungarians) is a record of early Hungarian history by an unknown author who describes himself as Anonymi Bele Regis Notarii ('the anonymous notary of King Bela'), but is generally cited as Anonymus. Anonymus was schooled at the University of Paris and was employed at the time of writing as a notarias, presumably in the court of Bela III of Hungary (1172-1196). The chronicle was written probably between 1196 and 1203, though some scholars claim that its author wrote the Gesta earlier in the 12th century)
LC manual files: (hdg.: Pous, magister, active 1270; Pous, magister, fl. 1270)
Faptele ungurilor, 2010: t.p. (Secretarul Anonim al Regelui Bela)
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