Jean Mabillon
b. November 23, 1632 – d. December 27, 1707 • Historian • Monk • Scholar
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Mabillon, Jean
Mabillon, Jean (1632–1707), *Maurist scholar. He entered the *Benedictine abbey of Saint-Rémy at Reims in 1653, but in 1664 he was sent to *Saint-Germain-des-Prés, at the request of J. L. *d’Achery, to help edit texts. Prob. the most erudite of all the Maurists, Mabillon rendered immense services to
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Mabillon (John) (1632–1707).—Born at St. Pierremont, Ardennes, France; died at Paris. A noted French scholar and historian, a member of the Benedictine Order. His works include Acta Sanctorum ordinis S. Benedicti (1675–1685), De re diplomatica (1681), Museum Italicum (1687–1689), etc.
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Mabillon, Jean
Mabillon, Jean (1632–1707)Church historianBorn in Champagne, France, and of peasant stock, Mabillon became a noted historian. He entered the Abbey of St. Remi at Reims, becoming a full member of the Maurist Congregation in 1654. His zeal for the ascetic religious life affected his health; thus, from