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Ricius, Paulus, 1480-1541

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Personal name headingRicius, Paulus, 1480-1541
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Variant(s)Ricius, Paulus, active 1511-1532
Ricius, Paulus, fl. 1511-1532
Riccius, Paulus, 1480-1541
Ritius, Paulus, 1480-1541
Ricius, Paul, 1480-1541
Ricio, Paolo, 1480-1541
Ricci, Paolo, 1480-1541
Ricci, Paul, 1480-1541
Ritz, Paul, 1480-1541
Reis, Paul, 1480-1541
Paulus, Israelita, 1480-1541
Israelita, Paulus, 1480-1541
Israelita, Paulo, 1480-1541
Other standard no.0000000071004907
Beginning date1511
Ending date1532
Birth date1480
Death date1541
Place of birthTrento (Italy)
Place of deathInnsbruck (Austria)
Field of activityCabala
AffiliationUniversità di Pavia
Profession or occupationPhysicians Philosophers Theologians Translators College teachers Hebraists
Found inArtis cabalisticae, 1587: t.p. (Pavli Ricii)
RLIN, May 13, 2002 (hdgs.: Ricius, Paulus, fl. 1511-1532; Ricius, Paulus, 16th cent.; Ricius, Paulus, 16th century)
Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek, viewed April 21, 2022 (Ricius, Paulus ; Italian physician of Maximilian I and Ferdinand I, philosopher, theologian and translator, Kabbalist, Jew, converted to Christianity ; born 1480 in Trento, died 1541 ; variant names: Riccius, Paulus; Ritius, Paulus; Ricius, Paul; Ricio, Paolo; Ricci, Paolo; Ricci, Paul; Ritz, Paul; Reis, Paul; Paulus, Israelita; Israelita, Paulus; Israelita, Paulo)
BnF, catalogue général, viewed April 21, 2022 (Ricci, Paolo ; son of a German Jew named Reis (a financier in the service of the bishop of Trent), converted to Christianity, he adopted the name of his godfather (Ricci) ; professor of philosophy in Pavia ; physician of the emperor Ferdinand I of Habsburg, who granted him the fief of Sprinzenstein in Styria in 1529, and the title of baron of Sprinzenstein the following year ; Hebraist and Kabbalist ; friend of Erasmus and Reuchlin ; his works were blacklisted in 1559 ; born in Trento, died 1541 in Innsbruck)