Jean Barclay (1582-1621)

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Rome, 12-08-1621
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Philosophe, théologien et écrivain polémiste. - Au service du roi d'Angleterre Jacques 1er (1606-1615). - Employé à la chancellerie pontificale (1615-1621)
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  • Icon animarum / Joannis Barclaii, 1614
    Euphormionis Lusinini Satyricon, 1619
    Virtus vindicata, sive Polieni Rhodiensis (J. Barclay) satyra in depravatos orbis incolas, 1617
  • DBF
    DNB : Barclay, John
  • Trediakovskij und die "Argenida" / Capucine Carrier, 1991
  • BN Cat. gén. : Barclay (John)

Variants of the name

  • John Barclay (1582-1621) (anglais)
  • Joannes Barclaius (1582-1621) (latin)
  • Euphormio Lusininus (1582-1621)
  • Polienus Rhodensis (1582-1621)
  • Jean Barcley (1582-1621)
  • Euphormion (1582-1621)
  • Euphormio Lusinus (1582-1621)

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