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  • 1729252Q167477Anthony of PaduaAnthony of PaduaAnthony of PaduaAnthony_pereda.jpg11951231Saint Anthony of Padua, O.F.M. (born Fernando Martins de Bulhões)
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  • Britannica, Volume 2 Anthony of Padua, Saint 12197091911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 — Anthony of Padua, Saint ANTHONY OF PADUA, SAINT (1195-1231)
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  • Anthony of Padua, Saint 1219679The Encyclopedia Americana — Anthony of Padua, Saint ANTHONY OF PADUA, Saint: b. Lisbon, 15 Aug. 1195; d. Padua,
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  • (1913), Volume 1 St. Anthony of Padua by Niccolò Dal-Gal 95049Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 1 St. Anthony of PaduaNiccolò Dal-Gal Franciscan
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  • Joseph Anthelmi Anthemius St. Anthony Orders of Saint Anthony St. Anthony of Padua Anthony of Sienna Anthony of the Mother of God Anthropomorphism Antichrist
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  • and became a student, first at Douai, and then at the College of St. Anthony of Padua at Louvain. In 1617 he took the Franciscan habit and a year later
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 1 Anthony of Sienna by Thomas Joseph Shahan 95050Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 1 Anthony of SiennaThomas Joseph Shahan
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  • college of St. Anthony of Padua at Louvain, where, on 17 March 1616–17, he took the probationary habit of St. Francis from the hands of Anthony Hickey
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  • Anthesteria Anthim the Iberian Anthology Anthon, Charles Anthony, Saint Anthony of Padua, Saint Anthony, Susan Brownell Anthozoa Anthracene Anthracite Anthracotherium
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  • Middle Ages) of St. Francis of Assisi (written between 23 February, 1229, and 4 October 1235), as well as that of St. Anthony of Padua who was canonized
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  • many pictures and statues. A councillor of the former city, having ordered a statue of St. Anthony of Padua from Cano, was charged one hundred doubloons
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  • memory of St Anthony of Padua, who founded a Franciscan monastery at Brive in 1226. Under the Romans Brive was known as Briva Curretiae (bridge of the Corrèze)
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 Anthony, Saint 13611051911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 — Anthony, Saint ANTHONY, SAINT, the first Christian monk
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  • The Encyclopedia Americana Anthony, John Gould 1219677The Encyclopedia Americana — Anthony, John Gould ANTHONY, John Gould, American naturalist:
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  • diocese of Clogher in Ulster, and admitted on 1 Nov. 1607 one of the original members of the Irish Franciscan monastery or college of St. Anthony of Padua at
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  • pronunciation Anthony, John Gould Anthony of Padua, Saint Anthony, Sister Anthony, Susan Brownell Anthony, William Arnold Anthony Anthosiderite Anzengruber
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  • Ursula", in San Clemente "The Majesty of St. Margaret" in San Francesco; "The Enthronement of St. Anthony of Padua", in Santa Maria delle Grazie, "The Virgin
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  • edited the works of St. Bernardine of Siena, and the writings of St. Francis and St. Anthony of Padua, but his project of bringing out all important works
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  • The American Cyclopædia Anthony, Saint 1219719The American Cyclopædia — Anthony, Saint ANTHONY, Saint. I. Surnamed the Great, born in Upper Egypt
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  • Britannica, Volume 2 Anthony, Susan Brownell 12197111911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 — Anthony, Susan Brownell ANTHONY, SUSAN BROWNELL (1820-1906)
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