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2005 | 71 | 155-162
Article title

ABOUT THE TWO IMAGINARY POLISH INTELLECTUALS OF THE 13TH CENTURY

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The article includes two corrections concerning the search for Poles, who studied at foreign universities in the 13th century. In the first case the correction refers to archdeacon Simon, appearing in Vicenza on 15 July 1209 together with Iwo Odrowaz. Anna Paner has recently considered him a Pole, but her conclusion is based on a very poor account. In fact, the text identifies Simon explicitly as an archdeacon of Arras. In the second case the correction refers to the master Jan of Wierzbna appearing in 1239. Agata Tarnas-Tomczyk identified him as the Dominican, who accepted the Polish provincial in 1250 and was mentioned in an obituary of the Dominicans of Lvov. This Dominican, however, was definitely the general of the order from years 1241-1253, John of Wildeshausen.
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71
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155-162
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ARTICLE
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  • J. A. Spiez, Klasztor Zakonu Kaznodziejskiego O.O. Dominikanów, ul.Dominikanska 2, 02-741 Warszawa, Poland
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06PLAAAA00811978
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