Trivet, Nicholas
Trivet, Nicholas
Author of a large number of theological and historical works and commentaries on the classics, more especially the works of Seneca

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  • Trivet, Nicholas — (Nicholas Trevet) (ca. 1258–ca. 1334)    Nicholas Trivet was an English Dominican friar best known as a chronicler, though his story of Constance became the source of CHAUCER’s MAN OF LAW’S TALE, and his commentary on BOETHIUS’s CONSOLATION OF… …   Encyclopedia of medieval literature

  • Nicholas Trivet — (or Trevet, as he himself wrote) (c. 1257 – c. 1334) was an English Anglo Norman chronicler. Trivet was born in Somerset and was the son of Sir Thomas Trevet (died 1283), a judge who came of a Norfolk or Somerset family. Nicholas became a… …   Wikipedia

  • Nicholas Trivet —     Nicholas Trivet     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Nicholas Trivet     (Or Trevet as he himself wrote it)     B. about 1258; d. 1328. He was the son of Thomas Trevet, a judge who came of a Norfolk or Somerset family. He became a Dominican in… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Nicholas Trivet — Nicholas Trivet, ou Nicolaus Triveth, Nicolas Trevet en français, né à Norfolk vers 1258 et mort après 1334, est un théologien et historien anglais. Nicholas Trivet était le fils de Sir Thomas Trivet de Norfolk, chef justicier au tribunal du roi …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Nicholas Trivet — Nicholas Trivet, o Nicolaus Triveth en francés (Norfolk hacia 1258 hacia 1328), fue un historiador y filólogo inglés. Nicholas Trivet era hijo de Sir Thomas Trivet de Norfolk, jefe de justicia en el tribunal del rey. Fue un caballero educado en… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Nicolaus Triveth — Nicholas Trivet Nicholas Trivet, ou Nicolaus Triveth, Nicolas Trevet en français, né à Norfolk vers 1258 et mort en 1328, est un historien et philologue anglais. Nicholas Trivet était le fils de Sir Thomas Trivet de Norfolk, chef justicier au… …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • The Man of Law's Prologue and Tale — The Man of Law s Tale is the fifth of the Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer, written around 1387. The Man of Law tells a Romance tale of a Christian princess named Custance (or Constance) who is betrothed to the Syrian Sultan on condition that …   Wikipedia

  • Walter of Winterburn — (13th century August 26, 1305), was an English Dominican, cardinal, orator, poet, philosopher, and theologian.He entered the Dominican Order when a youth, and became renowned for learning, prudence, and sanctity of life. Edward I, King of England …   Wikipedia

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