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Jean, le Long, -1383

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Personal name headingJean, le Long, -1383
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Variant(s)Iperius, -1383
Jan, de Langhe, -1383
Jean, de Saint-Bertin, -1383
Jean, d'Ypres, -1383
Jean, le Long, d. 1383
Jean, Longus, -1383
Jehan, le Lonc, -1383
Johannes, Longus, -1383
Langhe, Jan de, -1383
Jean, de Longdit, -1383
Yperius, -1383
Birth date1315~
Death date1383
Place of birthIeper (Belgium)
Profession or occupationMonks Translators
Found inDie Geschichte der Mongolen des Hethum von Korykos (1307) in der Rückübersetzung durch Jean le Long, Traitiez des estas et des conditions de quatorze royaumes de Aise (1351), 1998: t.p.; p. 28, etc. (Jean le Long d'Ypres; Jean Lelong; Jean d'Ypres; Jean de Saint-Bertin; Jan de Langhe; Iohannes Longus; Iperius; Jehan le Lonc; first known from a manuscript dated 1334, Abtei Saint-Bertin, of which he was abbot from 1366 to 1383)
OCLC, 6-8-1999 (hdg.: Langhe, Jean de, d. 1383; usage: Jean le Long d'Ypres)
Odorico delle meraviglie, 2015: page i (Jean le Long, Benedictine monk, Abbazia di San Bertin a Sant' Omer, Calais)
Wikipedia, August 3, 2017 (Jean le Long; Jean le Long d'Ypres; Jean de Longdit, Johannes Longus, Yperius, Iperius; born around 1315 in Ypres, near Saint Omer; died in 1383; Benedictine monk famous for his translations of Latin into French, notably of reports of voyages in Far East)
Associated languagefrm lat