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  Desiderius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 770 Charlemagne had married a daughter of Desiderius, but he soon divorced her and sent her back to her father.
Moreover, Gerberge, the widow of Charlemagne's brother Carloman, had sought the protection of the Lombard king after her husband's death in 771; and (probably in return for the slight cast upon his daughter) Desiderius had recognized Gerberga's sons as lawful Frankish kings, and had attacked Adrian for refusing to crown them.
Desiderius was exiled to Corbie, France, where he died, and his son, Adalgis, spent his life in futile attempts to recover his father’s kingdom.
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 Encyclopedia: Desiderius   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
– 788) was the son of Desiderius and the prince of Lombardia in Italy.
Desiderius, the last king of the Lombards, is chiefly known through his connexion with Charlemagne.
Desiderius was very zealous for Divine service and the perfection of the religious life; he built three large basilicas in and near Cahors (St. Maria, St. Peter, St. Julian) and an oratory in honour of St. Martin.
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 Desiderius. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Desiderius responded by supporting the claims of the children of Charlemagne’s brother Carloman (d.
Charlemagne invaded (773) Italy, captured (774) Desiderius at Pavia after a long siege, and proclaimed himself king of the Lombards.
Desiderius was forced to retire to a monastery at Liège.
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Desiderius was the greatest of all the abbots of Monte Cassino with the exception of the founder, and as such won for himself "imperishable fame" (Gregorovius).
Undoubtedly the chief importance of Desiderius in papal history lies in his influence with the Normans, an influence which he was able repeatedly to exert in favour of the Holy See.
Desiderius was by no means willing to assume the mantle of Gregory VII, experience had taught him that his power and utility lay in being a middleman, yet at a time when the Church was surrounded by powerful enemies his influence with the Normans made him the most obvious candidate.
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 The Catholic Encyclopedia - St. Desiderius of Cahors
In his childhood Desiderius was profoundly impressed by the religious atmosphere of his home.
Faithful to the admonitions of his pious mother, Desiderius led at court the serious holy life of a monk, and administered his office with great fidelity.
We possess a "Vita" of Desiderius written shortly after his death, a collection of his letters, also of letters addressed to him, and an account of miracles that took place at his tomb.
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 Saints of May 23
Desiderius was educated in Vienne, where he became archdeacon and rose to be bishop.
Desiderius also attacked the queen's grandson, King Thierry II of Burgundy, whose life was as immoral as his grandmother's.
Desiderius is venerated as a martyr because he was put to death in the execution of his duty as a bishop (Attwater, Benedictines, Bentley).
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Desiderius proved to be one of the greatest in the long line of Cassinese abbots.
Desiderius found the old abbey in a ruinous state and energetically undertook a wide-scale rebuilding program.
It is not surprising that when Gregory VII died, Abbot Desiderius was sought as his successor.
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 Erasmus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus (also Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam) (October 27, probably 1466 – July 12, 1536) was a Dutch humanist and theologian.
Erasmus was the most important humanist who wrote in a "pure" Latin style.
Latin Translation in the Renaissance: The Theory and Practice of Leonardo Bruni, Giannozzo Manetti and Desiderius Erasmus.
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 Desiderius Erasmus (c.1469-1536) : Library of Congress Citations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Title: The praise of folly, by Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam, with a short life of the author by Hendrik Willem van Loon of Rotterdam, who also illustrated the book.
English Title: Erasmus and the age of Reformation; [translated from the Dutch by F. Hopman] With a selection from the letters of Erasmus; [translated by Barbara Flower] Published: New York, Harper [1957] Description: 266 p.
Apologia adversus articulos aliquos per monachos quosdam in Hispaniis exhibitos Erasmus, Desiderius, d.
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 Desiderius Erasmus
Desiderius Erasmus was one of the great humanists.
He was also a great writer, who wrote books of many types.
I can only say that he was a great man and a superb humanist.
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 Desiderius Erasmus
Desiderius Erasmus was probably born in Rotterdam in 1466.
Their son's name given at birth was Gerhardus Gerhardi, which he changed later to Desiderius Erasmus, having the same meaning in Latin and Greek.
After the death of his parents at the age of fifteen, his guardians entered him into a seminary.
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 MavicaNET - Erasmus Desiderius Roterodamus (1466-1536)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
He was the illegitimate child of Gerard, a citizen of Gouda, and Margaretha Rogers, and at a later date latinized his name as Desiderius Erasmus.
Erasmus and an elder brother were brought up at Gouda by their mother.
Desiderius Erasmus was de onbetwiste leider van het humanisme benoorden de Alpen.
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 Desiderius Erasmus, 1466-1536
The Dutch humanist, Desiderius Erasmus, was born at Rotterdam, apparently on October 28, 1466, the illegitimate son of a physician's daughter by a man who afterwards turned monk.
He was called Gerrit Gerritszoon (Dutch for Gerard Gerardson) but himself adopted the tautalogical double name by which he is known.
They forget that Christ will condemn all of this and will call for a reckoning of that which He has prescribed, namely, charity.
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 Desiderius Erasmus --  Encyclopædia Britannica
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Dutch humanist who, basing his philosophy on Renaissance ideas, placed special emphasis on the freedom of the individual and the complete development of the self, from both an intellectual and a physical standpoint.
Published in 1861, it tells the story of the father of the Dutch scholar Desiderius Erasmus.
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 Desiderius   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Desiderius was born a dark bay, but turned fl-liver, like most of the Donnermeyer foals.
He loves people, running around and giving hugs and kisses.
Maggie is back in-foal for a 2006 Donnermeyer foal (which may be offered for sale).
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 AllRefer.com - Desiderius (Italian History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Desiderius (Italian History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
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Desiderius was forced to retire to a monastery at LiEge.
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 MSN Encarta - Erasmus
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Desiderius Erasmus (1466?-1536), Dutch writer, scholar, and humanist, the chief interpreter to northern Europe of the intellectual currents of the Italian Renaissance.
Erasmus was born in Rotterdam, the illegitimate son of a priest and a physician's daughter.
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 Desiderius Erasmus
Desiderius Erasmus Desiderius Erasmus was born in 1466 in Holland, where attended school at the Brothers of the Common Life.
Over the span of 1466-1536 Desiderius Erasmus became the most influential Christian humanists of his time.
Erasmus was most popular for developing and popularizing the reform plan for Christian humanism.
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 Biography Desiderius Erasmus
He wanted the church to return to its first century roots and advocated a middle course between extremes in religion.
DESIDERIUS ERASMUS (C. Dutch scholar; first editor of the Greek New Testament
Born a priest’s son out of wedlock, Erasmus knew nothing of normal family life and was in that sense a deprived child.
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 St. Desiderius   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The good shepherd is always ready, in imitation of his divine model, to lay down his life for his sheep.
When certain pagan barbarians ravaged that part of Gaul, St. Desiderius, accompanied with his clergy, went out to meet them; but was massacred with his followers, and fell a victim to save his flock.
Sigebert says this happened in the invasion of Chrocus, the German king, under Gallien; but Tillemont thinks it rather ought to be placed in 411, when the Alans, Sueves, and Vandals plundered that country.
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 Knitting Circle Desiderius Erasmus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Erasmus later tried to hide his origins by claiming to have been born in Rotterdam where his grandparents lived.
He never used his father's name and called himself Desiderius meaning "the desired one" in Latin.
In 1478 Margaret left Gouda, taking her children with her, to live in Deventer where Erasmus was educated by the Brethren of the Common Life.
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 Desiderius: Sgáthán an Chrábhaidh
Flaithrí Ó Maolchonaire, Desiderius: Sgáthán an Chrábhaidh (Louvain, 1616).
Laurence Howell, Desiderius, or the Original Pilgrim (London, 1717).
Gabhas lúthgháire mhór Desiderius ag faicsin an aodhaire, mur do bhí a bhfad roimhe sin gan énduine d'fhaicsin, & beannaighios dó ag rádh, ‘Deo gratias, a dhearbráthair.’ Freagrais an t-aodhaire dhó ag rádh, ‘Gomadh Dia
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 Amazon.com: The Essential Erasmus (Essentials): Books: Desiderius Erasmus,John P. Dolan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
by Desiderius Erasmus, John P. Dolan "Not unlike a number of other prominent Renaissance figures-Pope Clement VII, Leonardo da Vinci, Don Juan of Austria, to name a few-Erasmus' birth and early..." (more)
Luther and Erasmus: Free Will and Salvation (Library of Christian Classics (Paperback Westminster)) by E.
Erasmus: The Education of a Christian Prince with the Panegyric for Archduke Philip of Austria (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought) by Erasmus
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 Erasmus the Hero Contents
This hyperdocument is my first attempt at creating hypertext from the start.
I intend to explain why I am so enamored of Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam.
This will entail a series of essays written over the course of the next year.
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 Amazon.co.uk: The Praise of Folly (Yale Nota Bene S.): Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Discourse on Free Will (Continuum Impacts S.); Paperback ~ Desiderius Erasmus, Martin Luther
You can view sample pages from this book.
Customers who bought books by Desiderius Erasmus also bought books by these authors:
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 Colloquies of Erasmus, Volume I. by Desiderius Erasmus - Project Gutenberg
Colloquies of Erasmus, Volume I. by Desiderius Erasmus - Project Gutenberg
Colloquies of Erasmus, Volume I. by Desiderius Erasmus
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 In Defense of Erasmus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
One of the loudest and most insistent criticisms of the Authorized Version of 1611, popularly known as the King James Bible, is that its Greek Text, referred to as the Textus Receptus, is inferior to "modern" Greek texts.
The attack upon the Textus Receptus centers on the one Dutch Reformation scholar responsible for publishing it, Desiderius Erasmus.
196 and Encyclopedia Britannica, 1949, "Erasmus, Desiderius" in Vol.
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