- Henry of Herford
- Henry of Herford• Friar and chronicler; date of birth unknown; died at Minden, 9 Oct., 1370
Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006.
- Henry of HerfordHenry of Herford† Catholic_Encyclopedia ► Henry of Herford(Or HERWORDEN; HERVORDIA)Friar and chronicler; date of birth unknown; died at Minden, 9 Oct., 1370. He was a native of Herworden, Westphalia, and was professed in the Dominican friary at Minden. There he wrote his chronicle "Liber de rebus memorabilioribus", in which he summarizes the work of older historians from Eusebius down to the writers of his own age. The work, which is continued down to the coronation of the Emperor Charles IV in 1355, was one of the chief sources of historical information in fourteenth-century literature. It was printed under the editorship of Potthast at Göttingen in 1859. He also composed the "Catena aurea in decem partes distincta", a summary of theology, and a treatise — still unpublished — "De Conceptione Virginis gloriosae". Seven years after his death the emperor caused his remains to be solemnly transferred to a place of honour near the high altar.FABRICIUS, Biblioth. med. aet. (1735), III, 658-9; POTTHAST, Chronicon Henrici de Hervordia (Göttingen, 1859), Diss. I; FRANKLIN, Dictionnaire des Noms, Surnoms et Pseudonymes Latins de 1'histoire littéraire du Moyen Age (Paris, 1875); WEGELE in Allgemeine deutsche Biographie (1881); STREBER in Kirchenlex.; DIEKAMP in Zeitschr. Gesch. Altert. Westfal. (1899), LVII, 90-103; HURTER, Nomenclator; CHEVALIER, Répertoire des sources historiques du Moyen Age (Paris, 1905).EDWIN BURTONTranscribed by Diane E. Dubrule
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VIII. — New York: Robert Appleton Company. Nihil Obstat. 1910.
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