Almericus


Almericus

Almericus, Gen. O. S. D.. (12. Apr.) Almericus war der zwölfte General des Predigerordens und starb im Jahre 1327 zu Bologna, wo er auch begraben wurde. Einige rechnen ihn unter die »Seligen«.



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