Adam of Bremen
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Who is Adam of Bremen?
Adam of Bremen was a German medieval chronicler. He lived and worked in the second half of the eleventh century. He is most famous for his chronicle Gesta Hammaburgensis Ecclesiae Pontificum.
- also known as 不来梅的亚当
- nationality: Germany
- profession: Writer
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by Katherine Holman
' ADAM OF BREMEN (d. C. 1085) Blue-Tooth, who married an Abodrite princess, Tove, the daughter of Harald's ally, Mistivoi; the daughter of Svein Estrithsson was married to the chieftain, Gottschalk, who was himself descended from ...
by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain)
ADAM OF BREMEN, a minor canon ...
ADAM of Bremen, canon of ...
by Comprehensive dictionary
ADAM of Bremen, an eminent historian of the church, lived in the 12th century. ADAM de la Halle, ...
by Michael Jordan
Adam of Bremen; inscriptions; place names. One of the VANIR gods inhabiting Asgard, and concerned with the fertility, prosperity and peace of ...
An Universal, Historical, Geographical, Chronological and Poetical Dictionary, Exactly Describing the Situation, Extent, Customs ... of All Kingdoms ... (1703)
Containing Likewise the Lives of the Patriarchs, Prophets, Apostles, and Primitive Fathers; Emperors, Kings, Princes ...
Adam of Bremen, ...
The Encyclopedia Americana (1903)
by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines
ADAM BEDE — ADAM OF BREMEN ADAM OF ST. VICTOR — ADAMS ADAMS ADAMS ADAMS ADAMS. pal rivers are the Benue and its tributary the Faro. The eastern part belongs to the German Kamerun ; the western to British North ...
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