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Frisius, Johannes, 1505-1565

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Personal name headingFrisius, Johannes, 1505-1565
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Variant(s)Fries, Hans, 1505-1565
Friesz, Hans, 1505-1565
Fries, Johann, 1505-1565
Frisius, Joannes, 1505-1565
Friese, Johann, 1505-1565
Fries, Johannes, 1505-1565
Frisius, Ioannes, 1505-1565
Frisius, 1505-1565
Associated countrySwitzerland
Birth date1505
Death date1565
Profession or occupationTheologians Lexicographers
Found inP. Vergilii Maronis poema quae extant omnia, 1561: t.p. verso (... Iohannis Frisij)
VD16 (Frisius, Johannes)
Jocher. Gelehrte Lex., 1750: v. 2, col. 674 (Friese (Johann); b. 1505; d. 6/28/1565)
ADB (Frisius, Johannes; originally: Hans Fries or Friesz; b. 1505 Greifensee Canton Zurich; d. 1564 or 1565; reform theologian and scholar)
BN (Fries (Johann))
Cosenza, M. Non-Italian humanists, 1969: p. 99 (Friese, Johann; x-refs: Fries, Johannes; Frisius)
BM STC German 1455-1600 (Frisius, Joannes)
Novum Dictionariolum puerorum Latinogermanicum et e diverso Germanicolatinum, 2018: Band 1, title page (Johannes Frisius)
Wikipedia, April 24, 2019 (Johannes Fries. Johannes Fries (or Latinized Frisius, 1505-1565) was a Swiss theologian and lexicographer during the Reformation. He is also known for his work in music theory.)
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