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Rogerius Archbishop of Split approximately 1201-1266

Overview
Works: 32 works in 52 publications in 8 languages and 222 library holdings
Genres: History  Poetry  Sources 
Roles: Author
Classifications: DB924, 943.902
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Most widely held works about Rogerius
 
Most widely held works by Rogerius
Gesta Hungarorum by Anonymus Belae Regis Notarius( Book )

2 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 89 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An anonymous notary of King Bela of Hungary (probably Bela III, d. 1196), also Known as P dictus magister, wrote a Latin Gesta Hungarorum, (ca 1200/10), and enigmatic and much disputed work on the Hungarian conquest of the Carpathian Basin in the late ninth century, including a mythical origo gentis, and a history of the Magyars prior to the foundation of the kingdom in 1000 A.D. Additionally, he wove into it stories of heroic ancestors of the great men of his time. Anonymus (as he is commonly referred to) tried to (re)contruct the events and protagonists--including ethnic groups--of several centuries before from the names of places, rivers, and mountains of his time, assuming that these retained the memory of times past. Based on these, he presented a narrative in the style of the popular romances of the siege of Troy and the exploits of Alexander the Great, also utilizing some oral traditions and earlier chronicles. One of his major "inventions" was the inclusion of Attila
Carmen miserabile : l'invasione dei mongoli in Europa by Rogerius( Book )

4 editions published in 2012 in Italian and held by 26 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Carmen miserabile : Lateinisch/Deutsch by Rogerius( Book )

3 editions published in 1979 in German and Undetermined and held by 17 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Prefatio magistri iohannis de thwrocz : in primu[m] libru[m] Chronice hungaror[um] foeliciter incipit by János Thuróczy( )

3 editions published in 1488 in Latin and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chronicle of the Hungarians by János Thuróczy( Book )

2 editions published between 1488 and 1991 in Latin and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Gorestnai︠a︡ pesnʹ o razorenii Vengerskogo korolevstva tatarami : latinskiĭ tekst i perevod by Rogerius( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in Russian and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A magyarok krónikája by János Thuróczy( Book )

3 editions published in 2001 in Hungarian and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Miserabile carmen by Rogerius( Book )

in Latin and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Gesta Hungarorum by Anonymus Belae Regis Notarius( Book )

1 edition published in 2010 in Latin and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume contains two very different narratives: a work of literary imagination on early Hungarian history, and an eye-witness account of the Mongol invasion of 1241/42
Opera de computo saeculi duodecimi by Reinherus Paderbornensis( Book )

1 edition published in 2015 in German and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Drei bedeutende komputistische Schriften des 12. Jahrhunderts, die sich mit der arabischen Astronomie und dem jüdischen Kalender auseinanderƯsetzen. 0In den siebziger Jahren des 12. Jahrhunderts sind in schneller Folge und unabhängig voneinander drei komputistische Schriften erschienen, die Zeugnisse großer Veränderungen in der Kalenderrechnung sind. Während Gerland im 11. Jahrhundert einerseits noch ganz auf Beda und Helperich basierte, andererseits aber bereits einen natürlichen Computus beschrieb, bei dem alle Mondmonate gleich lang sind, und die Jahresrechnung von Dionysius zu korrigieren versuchte, stand den neuen, hier edierten Autoren umfangreiches neues Wissen zur Verfügung. Dieses Wissen stammte vor allem aus der arabischen Astronomie, die durch eine fleißige Übersetzertätigkeit in Europa bekannt wurde, dann aber auch vom im 12. Jahrhundert aufkommenden Interesse für den jüdischen Kalender. Die drei Autoren verwenden die neuen Erkenntnisse auf sehr unterschiedliche Weise. Reinher von Paderborn zeigt die Fehler des überlieferten Kalenders auf und schlägt vor, für die Bestimmung des Ostertermins die jüdische Berechnung der Mondmonate zu verwenden. Ihm war freilich bewusst, dass dieser Vorschlag in der damaligen Kirche nicht durchzusetzen sein würde. Magister Cunestabulus, der wohl im Umfeld von Canterbury zuhause war, benutzte seine umfangreiche Kenntnis der arabischen Astronomie für eine innerkirchliche Auseinandersetzung. Sein Ziel war es primär, den kirchlich tradierten Kalender zu verteidigen und vor allem die Neuerungen Gerlands zu widerlegen. Roger von Hereford schließlich veröffentlichte eine Übersicht über den damaligen Wissensstand. Dazu beschrieb er in drei Büchern den traditionellen Computus, stellte in einem vierten Buch den natürlichen Computus Gerlands und im fünften die Erkenntnisse der arabischen Astronomie dar. Eine Lösung für den offensichtlich fehlerhaften christlichen Kalender sah er in einer periodischen Anpassung der goldenen Zahl
Gesta Hungarorum by Anonymous( Book )

2 editions published in 2010 in Latin and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cantecul de jale by Rogerius( Book )

2 editions published in 1935 in Latin and Raeto-Romance and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Izvoarele istoriei românilor by G Popa-Lisseanu( Book )

in Romanian and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nagy-Magyarország dolgáról by Rogerius( )

in Undetermined and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tatárjárás by Rogerius( Book )

1 edition published in 1972 in Hungarian and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tamás spalatói esperest "Historia Salonita"-jából a tatárjárás története by Rogerius( )

in Undetermined and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

De Praescriptionibus by Rogerius( Book )

in Latin and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Epistola in miserabile carmen super destructione regni Hungarie per Tartaros facta by Rogerius( )

in Latin and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Maestro Ruggero approximately 1201-1266

Maestro Ruggero ca. 1201-1266

Magister Roger.

Magister Rogerius

Magister Rogerius approximately 1201-1266

Magister Rogerius asi 1201-1266

Magister Rogerius ca. 1201-1266

Magistr Rogerij

Maitre Roger

Master Roger

Roger approximately 1201-1266 Archbishop of Split

Roger approximately 1201-1266 Master

Roger Archbishop 1201-1266

Roger, Archbishop of Split, approximately 1201-1266

Roger, Archbishop of Split, ca. 1201-1266

Roger, archevêque de Split, ca. 1201-1266

Roger arcybiskup Splitu, kronikarz

Roger asi 1201-1266 splitský arcibiskup

Roger ca. 1201-1266 Archbishop of Split

Roger ca. 1201-1266 archevêque de Split

Roger ca. 1201-1266 de Varadin

Roger ca. 1201-1266 Master

Roger Chorvatský mnich, kronikář, arcibiskup

Roger de Apulia.

Roger de Apulia historiador italiano

Roger de Varadin.

Roger de Varadin Archevêque de Split (1249-1266). - Cistercien. - Chanoine [kanonok] à Nagyvárad, aujourd'hui Oradea, Roumanie (1241-1243). - Archidiacre [főesperes] à Sopron, Hongrie (1243-1249). - Auteur d'une chronique sur l'invasion des Tatars en Hongrie

Roger, de Varadin, ca. 1201-1266

Roger {Erzbischof 1201-1266

Roger Erzbischof von Split 1201-1266

Roger Master 1201-1266

Roger, Master, approximately 1201-1266

Roger, Master, ca. 1201-1266

Roger of Apulia

Roger of Torre Maggiore Italiaans priester (-1266)

Roger, splitský arcibiskup, asi 1201-1266

Roger von Split 1201-1266

Rogeriĭ approximately 1201-1266 Magistr

Rogerii approximately 1201-1266 Magistri

Rogerii ca. 1201-1266 Magistri

Rogeriĭ, Magistr, approximately 1201-1266

Rogerii, Magistri, approximately 1201-1266

Rogerii, Magistri, ca. 1201-1266

Rogerij.

Rogerije approximately 1201-1266 Archbishop of Split

Rogerije Archbishop 1201-1266

Rogerije, Archbishop of Split, approximately 1201-1266

Rogerije, Archbishop of Split, ca. 1201-1266

Rogerije, archevêque de Split, ca. 1201-1266

Rogerije ca. 1201-1266 Archbishop of Split

Rogerije ca. 1201-1266 archevêque de Split

Rogerije iz Apulije.

Rogerije iz Apulije asi 1201-1266

Rogerije iz Apulije Splitski nadbiskupi

Rogerije iz Apulije Splitsko-makarska nadbiskupija

Rogerio

Rogerio 1201?-1266

Rogerio approximately 1201-1266 Archbishop of Split

Rogerio Archbishop 1201-1266

Rogerio, Archbishop of Split, approximately 1201-1266

Rogerio, Archbishop of Split, ca. 1201-1266

Rogerio, archevêque de Split, ca. 1201-1266

Rogerio asi 1201-1266 splitský arcibiskup

Rogerio ca. 1201-1266

Rogerio ca. 1201-1266 Archbishop of Split

Rogerio ca. 1201-1266 archevêque de Split

Rogerio Erzbischof 1201-1266

Rogerio, splitský arcibiskup, asi 1201-1266

Rogerios de Apulia

Rogerius

Rogerius 1201-1266 Varadiensis

Rogerius 1201 (ca.)-1266 Magister, Abp. of Spalato

Rogerius approximately 1201-1266 Magister

Rogerius, Archbishop of Split, ca. 1201-1266

Rogerius Archidiaconus Spalatensis 1201-1266

Rogerius (arcybiskup Splitu)

Rogerius ca. 1201-1266 Archbishop of Split

Rogerius ca. 1201-1266 Magister

Rogerius ca. 1201-1266 Varadiensis

Rogerius de Apulia asi 1201-1266

Rogerius Erzbischof 1201-1266

Rogerius istoric italian

Rogerius Magister.

Rogerius Magister 1201-1266

Rogerius, Magister, Abp. of Spalato, 1201 (ca.)-1266

Rogerius, Magister, approximately 1201-1266

Rogerius, Magister, ca. 1201-1266

Rogerius mester

Rogerius Mester 1201-1266

Rogerius mester Spliti érsekek

Rogerius of Apulia b. in Torre Maggiore, Southern Italy, ca. 1200; became canon and archdeacon of Grosswardein in Hungary, archdeacon of Ödenburg in 1243, canon of Zagreb in 1249 then archbishop of Split; d. in Split 4/14/1266

Rogerius of Apulia historian italian

Rogerius of Apulia Italian historian

Rogerius Spalatensis 1201-1266

Rogerius Varadiensis 1201-1266

Rogerius Varadiensis, arcivescovo di Spalato, 1201-1266

Rogerius, Varadiensis, ca. 1201-1266

Rogerius Varadinensis Historici Hungariae

Rogerius von Split 1201-1266

Rogero di Puglia.

Rogero di Puglia römisch-katholischer Erzbischof von Spalato, Historiker und Autor

Ruggero ca. 1201-1266 di Puglia

Ruggero di Puglia

Ruggero, di Puglia, ca. 1201-1266

Ruggero {Maestro 1201-1266

Магистр Рогерий

Магистр Рогерий Средневековые хронисты

Рогерий approximately 1201-1266 Магистр

Рогерий магистр

Рогерий, Магистр, approximately 1201-1266

Рогерий магистр ок.1201-1266

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