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Olaus Magnus - Worship (9) - All Too Human (Vinyl)

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  1. Vura says:
    Olaus Magnus. Historia de Gentibus Septentrionalibus. Birthplace: Linköping, Sweden Location of death: Rome, Italy Cause of death: unspecified. Gender: Male Religion: Roman Catholic Race or Ethnic. Olaus Magnus, or Magni (Magnus, i.e. Stora, great, being the family name, and not a personal epithet), Swedish ecclesiastic and author, was born at Linköping in and died Historian.
  2. Tugul says:
    Jan 15,  · Olaus Magnus and Nordic Magic Olaus Magnus () was a Swedish Catholic who was involved with scholarship, diplomacy, and the church. His first major work was the Carta marina map of Scandinavia, which I've mentioned before. It is inhabited by a number of excellent monsters of both land and sea.
  3. Moogukasa says:
    Olaus Magnus. When Olaus Magnus (Olaf Mansson before his name was Latinized) was born in , his homeland of Sweden was Catholic. Olaus and his older brother Johannes both became priests, but Martin Luther penned his Ninety-Five Theses when Olaus was in his mids, and the religious landscape of northern Europe began to change. The brothers lived for awhile in Poland then .
  4. Doukasa says:
    Olaus Magnus was born in Skänninge in October Like his elder brother, Sweden's last Catholic archbishop Johannes Magnus, he obtained several ecclesiastical preferments, among them a canonry at Uppsala and Linköping, and the archdeaconry of Strängnätruthhammerburinnfenriktilar.xyzinfo was furthermore employed on various diplomatic services after his mission to Rome in , on behalf of Gustav I of Sweden (Vasa), to.
  5. Dudal says:
    Olaus Magnus was a 16th-century ecclesiastic, cartographer, and historian and in his book 'History of the Northern Peoples' (), he writes 'Those who sail up along the coast of Norway to trade or to fish, tell the remarkable story of how a sea serpent or sea dragaon of fearsome size, feet long and 20 feet wide, resides in rifts and caves outside Bergen.
  6. Doujinn says:
    The Swedish scholar and prelate, Olaus Magnus (), last Catholic archbishop of Uppsala, lived the latter half of his life in exile. His devotion to his country and his people never faltered, nor his determination to give them a glorious place on the European cultural map by his writings.
  7. Gardakasa says:
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  8. Kazragis says:
    Other staples from the heyday of vinyl command equally astronomical prices. Fleetwood Mac's eponymous LP: $ The Police's Synchronicity: $ Even Missing: Olaus Magnus.

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