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- phase of Boniface's career started, with Lullus as his closest ****istant. Many of the biographical facts about Lullus derive from the Boniface Correspondence:...
- Raimundus Lullus". Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Theologie. 31: 64–65. Lohr, 1984, 63. Lohr, Charles (1967). Raimundus Lullus' Compendium...
- other regarding the behavior of Lullus, Boniface's successor as archbishop of Mainz. According to Willibald's vita Lullus allowed the body to be moved to...
- 150 monks. Lullus was buried in the church at his death in 786. The abbey buildings were extended between 831 and 850, and in 852 Lullus' grave was moved...
- becoming a missionary centre, missionaries such as Wilfrid, Willibrord, Lullus and Boniface converted their Saxon relatives in Germania. The largely Christian...
- at first taught in the convents, in which St. Anthony of Padua, Raymond Lullus, and the Dominican Bernard de la Treille lectured. Two letters of King John...
- Mainz became a regular archbishopric see in 781, when Boniface's successor Lullus was granted the pallium by Pope Adrian I. Harald Klak, king of Jutland,...
- centuries the Lullus bell was rung at the beginning of Lullusfest, a folk festival held in Hersfield. The festival commemorates Saint Lullus (born about...
- Thuringia in central Germany, disciple and companion of Saints Boniface and Lullus. Following the establishment by Boniface of the bishopric of Büraburg near...
- rebel leader September 14 – Al-Hadi, Muslim caliph (b. 764) October 16 – Lullus, archbishop of Mainz Abo of Tiflis, Christian martyr Al-Rabi' ibn Yunus...