Catholic Answers

Dates and Dating

In classical Latin even before the time of Christ it was usual for correspondents to indicate when and where their letters were written.   From Volume IV of the Original Catholic Encyclopedia.

Login or register to access high resolution page scans and other advanced features. Registration is free!

Dates and Dating: In classical Latin even before the time of Christ it was usual for correspondents to indicate when and where their letters were written; From the Original Catholic Encyclopedia
email this page to a friend

Search Scans

Navigate Scans

    Current:
  • Dates and Dating

Additional articles on this scan

Joseph-Epiphane Darras - Church historian, b. at Troyes, France, 1825; d. at Paris, Nov. 8, 1878
William Darrell - Theologian, b. 1651, in Buckinghamshire, England; d. Feb. 28, 1721

Nearby Articles

Ignazio Danti - Mathematician and cosmographer, b. at Perugia, Italy, 1537; d. at Alatri, Oct. 19, 1586
Vincenzo Danti - Two brothers, Ignazio and Vincenzo, in 16th century Italy
Maurus Dantine - Benedictine of the Congregation of Saint-Maur,chronologist, b. Belgium, April 1, 1688: d. Paris, November 3, 1746
Lorenzo da Ponte - Poet, b. at Ceneda, Italy, 1749; d. in New York, Aug. 17, 1838
Georges Darboy - Archbishop of Paris and ecclesiastical writer, b. at Fayl-Billot, near Langres, 1813
Dardanus - A titular see in the province of Hellespont, suffragan of Cyzicus
Your usage constitutes agreement with User License :: Permissions :: Copyright © 2014, Catholic Answers.
Link to this article scan: http://oce.catholic.com/oce/browse-page-scans.php?id=794ded451614b93f308e308fa722447c
Last updated: August 14 2009.