Amalricus (patriarcha Antiochenus)

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Amalricus sive Aimericus Lemovicensis, qui saeculo XII ineunte natus et inter annos fere 1193 et 1196 mortuus est, ab anno 1142/1143 usque ad mortem fuit patriarcha Latinus Antiochenus.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • "Aimery of Limoges (d. 1196)" in Alan V. Murray et al., edd., The Crusades: an encyclopedia (ABC-CLIO, 2006. ISBN 978-1576078624) pp. 23-24
  • Bernard Hamilton, "Ralph of Domfront, Patriarch of Antioch (1135–40)" in Nottingham Medieval Studies vol. 28 (1984)
  • Bernard Hamilton, "Aimery of Limoges, Patriarch of Antioch, Ecumenist, Scholar and Patron of Hermits" in E. Rozanne Elder, ed., The Joy of Learning and the Love of God: Studies in Honor of Jean Leclercq (Kalamazoo, 1995), pp. 269–290
  • Bernard Hamilton, "Aimery of Limoges, Latin Patriarch of Antioch (c. 1142–c. 1196) and the Unity of the Churches" in Krijna Nelly Ciggaar, Herman G. B. Teule, edd., East and West in the Crusader States: Context, Contacts, Confrontations vol. 2 (Lovanii: Peeters, 1999. ISBN 904290786X) pp. 1–12
  • Rudolf Hiestand, "Un centre intellectuel en Syrie du Nord? Notes sur la personnalité d'Aimery d'Antioche, Albert de Tarse, et Rorgo Frotellus" in Moyen Âge vol. 100 (1994) pp. 8–16
  • Michael E. Stone, "A Notice about Patriarch Aimery of Antioch in an Armenian Colophon" in Michael E. Stone, Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha and Armenian Studies: Collected Papers vol. 2 (Lovanii: Peeters, 2006)
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