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John XIII

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(1 Oct. 965–6 Sept. 972) A Roman, son of John Episcopus (a surname) but not related, as is often supposed, to the powerful Crescentii, he was brought up in the papal court, held ...

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A Dictionary of Popes (3 ed.)

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... John XIII ( 1 Oct. 965–6 Sept. 972 ) A Roman, son of John Episcopus (a surname) but not related, as is often supposed, to the powerful Crescentii, he was brought up in the papal court, held successive offices and was librarian under John XII , and was then promoted bishop of Narnia in Umbria. Five months after Leo VIII 's death (in the interval the Romans had vainly asked for the restoration of Benedict V ) he was elected pope with the agreement of two bishops, Otger of Spire and Liutprand of Cremona, whom Emperor Otto I ( 962–73 ) sent...

John XIII Glykys

John XIII Glykys (12 May 1315–11)   Reference library

The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium

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... XIII Glykys , patriarch of Constantinople ( 12 May 1315–11 May 1319 ), writer, civil servant; born ca. 1260 , died Constantinople soon after May 1319 . John studied in Constantinople with Gregory (II) of Cyprus in preparation for a civil service career; ca. 1282–1295/6 he was epi ton deeseon . He accompanied Theodore Metochites to Cyprus and Armenia in 1294 to find a bride for Michael IX ; his account of this embassy, the Presbeutikos , has been lost. He then served as logothetes tou dromou until 1315 when he was made patriarch, despite the...

John XIII

John XIII  

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(1 Oct. 965–6 Sept. 972)A Roman, son of John Episcopus (a surname) but not related, as is often supposed, to the powerful Crescentii, he was brought up in the papal court, held successive offices and ...
John XIII Glykys

John XIII Glykys  

Patriarch of Constantinople (12 May 1315–11 May 1319), writer, civil servant; born ca.1260, died Constantinople soon after May 1319.John studied in Constantinople with Gregory (II) of Cyprus in ...
annexin XIII

annexin XIII  

other names: annexin A13; intestine‐specific annexin (ISA).
factor I to factor XIII, factor Va, etc

factor I to factor XIII, factor Va, etc  

Names of the blood coagulation factors.
Leo XIII

Leo XIII  

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(1810–1903).Pope from 20 Feb. 1878. Born Giocchino Vincenzo Pecci, he was sent to Perugia as archbishop in 1845. He immediately set about improving the education of his clergy, and ...
Apostolicae Curae

Apostolicae Curae  

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Bull issued by Leo XIII in 1896, declaring that Anglican ordinations ‘are absolutely null and utterly void’, because of double defect of form and intention.
Gregory XIII

Gregory XIII  

(1502–85), Pope from 1572. His pontificate was notable for its pro-Spanish temporal policy and its vigorous promotion of the Counter-Reformation. He was committed to implementing the decrees of the ...
Benedict

Benedict  

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(antipope 12 Nov. 1425?: d. ?)While the three of Antipope Benedict XIII's cardinals who were at Peñiscola, on the Spanish coast north of Valencia, when he died elected Gil Sanchez Muñoz as Clement ...
desmofibrin

desmofibrin  

A stabilized insoluble fibrin polymer formed from soluble fibrin polymer (see fibrin) in the final stage of blood coagulation by the action of factor XIII (fibrin‐stabilizing factor) (see blood ...
protein 4.2

protein 4.2  

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A major erythrocyte membrane skeletal protein (EPB42, 691 aa) that links protein 3 with ankyrin. It has homology with transglutaminase and the α subunit of coagulation factor XIII, but has no ...
James Fitzmaurice Fitzgerald

James Fitzmaurice Fitzgerald  

(d. 1579).Fitzgerald was cousin of Gerald, the 14th earl of Desmond [I]. In 1569 he claimed the earldom for himself and launched a catholic crusade. Forced to submit in 1573, he went to the ...
Vindonissa

Vindonissa  

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A prehistoric site on the lower Aar, occupied c.ad 17 by Legio XIII, which was replaced in 45–6 by Legio XXI Rapax (see legion), whose violent behaviour to the Helvetii ...
treaty of Susa

treaty of Susa  

1629.In 1627 Charles I, already at war with Spain, began a conflict with Louis XIII of France. Attempts to relieve the Huguenot port of La Rochelle, besieged by Richelieu's troops, having failed, ...
Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Commission  

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Pursuant to art. XIII of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement between the Government of Liberia and the Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy (LURD) and the Movement for Democracy in Liberia ...
siege of La Rochelle

siege of La Rochelle  

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(September 1627–October 1628).In one of the most famous sieges of French history, an army led by Louis XIII and his first minister, Cardinal Richelieu, took the Protestant seaport of ...
Carlo Castone Della Torre di Rezzonico

Carlo Castone Della Torre di Rezzonico  

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(1742–96).Born in Como and a cousin to Pope Clement XIII, he combined literary pursuits with army and court service, chiefly at Parma. There he inherited the mantle of Carlo ...
LLF

LLF  

orabbr. for Laki‐Lorand factor, i.e. factor XIII (see blood coagulation).
Neo-Thomism

Neo-Thomism  

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The movement that took its starting-point from the encyclical Aeterni Patris issued by Pope Leo XIII in 1879, confirming the place of Aquinas as the guardian of orthodox Catholic theology. ...

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