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Additional information Desideratus:

additionalDerived from Latin desideratum meaning "desired". This was the name of a 6th-century French saint.

books

Books about Desideratus:

booksCodex Principis Olim Laureshamensis Abbatiae Diplomaticus: Ex Aevo Maxime Carolingico Diu Multumque Desideratus... by Andreas Lamey and Academia Electoralis Scientiarum et Elegantiorum Literarum Theodoro-Palatina (Oct 28, 2012)

booksCodex Principis Olim Laureshamensis V2: Abbatiae Diplomaticus: Ex Aevo Maxime Carolingico Diu Multumque Desideratus... by Andreas Lamey (Feb 16, 2009)

booksS. Anastasii Sinaitae Anagogicarum Contemplationum in Hexaemeron Liber XII, Hactenus Desideratus Cui Praemissa... by Andre Dacier (Jan 17, 2011)

booksdeus desideratus by wojciech kruszewski (2005)

booksArn. Geulincs collegium oratorium i.e. nova methodus omnis generis orationes. Per Chreias facile ac solide componendi... by Arnout (= Arnold). Geulincx (1968)

booksCodex Principis Olim Laureshamensis Abbatiae Diplomaticus Ex Aevo Maxime Carolingico Diu Multamque Desideratus... by Academia electoralis Scientiarum et eleg (Oct 17, 2013)

booksCodex Principis Olim Laureshamensis Abbatiae Diplomaticus, Ex Aevo Maxime Carolingico Diu Multumque Desideratus... by Anonymous (Oct 19, 2013)

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Wiki information Desideratus:

Desideratus
Deceased Person, Person

Desideratus was a French saint in the Christian church from Soissons. Unusually, he came from a family of saints, as his father, Auginus, mother, Agia, and brother, Deodatus, were all canonized. The parents taught the two boys to care for the poor...

John Francis Desideratus, Prince of Nassau-Siegen
Deceased Person, Person

John Francis Desideratus was count of Nassau-Siegen and stadtholder of Limburg and Upper Guelders.