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Vitelleschi, Muzio, 1563-1645

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Personal name headingVitelleschi, Muzio, 1563-1645
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Variant(s)Viteleschi, Mutio, 1563-1645
Viteleschi, Mutius, 1563-1645
Vitelesci, Mutio, 1563-1645
Vitelleschi, Mutio, 1563-1645
Associated placeNaples (Italy)
Birth date1563-12-12
Death date1645-02-09
Place of birthRome (Italy)
Place of deathRome (Italy)
Field of activityReligion Philosophy Theology
Profession or occupationTheologians Philosophers
Found inCarta del muy reuerendo padre nuestro general Mutio Vitelleschi a los padres y hermanos de la Compañia, 1617?
Indice biog. italiano (Vitelleschi, Muzio; 1563-1645; nobleman, Jesuit, professor of philosophy and theology)
RLIN, 16 Dec. 1996 (hdg: Vitelleschi, Muzio, 1563-1645; usage: Mutio Vitelesci)
Histoire de ce qui s'est passé au royaume d'Ethiopie es années 1624, 1625, & 1626, 1629: t.p. (Mutio Viteleschi)
Catholic Encyclopedia, viewed online Dec. 9, 2008: (hdg.: Muzio Vitelleschi, b. at Rome 2 Dec., 1563; d. there 9 Feb., 1645. He belonged to a distinguished family, entered the Society of Jesus 15 August, 1583, and after completing his studies in the order was made a professor. In 1593 he was appointed rector of the English College which had been established in 1579 by Gregory XIII . At later dates he was made provincial of the society for Rome and Naples, assistant of the Jesuit general for Italy, and finally was elected General of the Society on 15 November, 1615, by the seventh general congregation. The society during his generalate attained a high degree of prosperity.)
Backer-Sommervogel. Bibliothèque de la Compagnie de Jésus, 1853-1854 (heading: Vitelleschi, Mutius; born in Rome, Dec. 12, 1563; he entered the Jesuit order in 1583; he taught philosophy and theology; he served as the provincial of Naples and Rome, finally becoming Superior General of the order in 1615; he died while holding that office in Rome, Feb. 9, 1645)
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