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Albertus Magnus

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Short Biography about the life of Albertus Magnus
The following biography, short history and interesting facts provide helpful information for history courses and history coursework about the life and history of Albertus Magnus a famous Medieval character of historical importance who lived during the Middle Ages:

  • Country of Origin / Nationality: German

  • Also Known as: Saint Albert the Great and Albert of Cologne
  • Lifetime: 1193 1280
  • Born: He was born in 1193, his exact date of birth is unknown
  • Family connections : He was a member of a wealthy noble family from Lauingen, Bavaria, Germany
  • Childhood, early life and education: Padua and with Dominican Monks
  • Occupation and Career: Albertus Magnus became a Dominican monk and teacher. His most famous pupil was Thomas Aquinas
  • In 1260 Albertus Magnus was made Bishop of Regensburg by Pope Alexander IV
  • Albertus Magnus introduced the scientific treatises of Aristotle and the scientific method to Europe 
  • Died: Albertus Magnus died on November 15, 1280 in Cologne
  • Albertus Magnus was beatified in 1622 and Canonized 1931
  • In 1941 he was declared the patron saint of all who cultivate the natural sciences by Pope Pius XII
  • Accomplishments and Achievements or why Albertus Magnus was famous: German Philosopher & Theologian, Scientist and Saint

Albertus Magnus
The story and biography of Albertus Magnus which contains interesting information, facts & the history about the life of this Medieval person of historical importance.

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