Rogerius of Apulia

Italian historian

1200 or 1205   -   1266

language of expression: Latin
occupation: chronicler, Catholic priest
position held: archbishop, Catholic bishop

Roger of Torre Maggiore or Master Roger (Hungarian: Rogerius mester; 1205 in Torre Maggiore – April 14, 1266 in Split) was an Italian prelate active in the Kingdom of Hungary in the middle of the 13th century. He was archbishop of Split in Dalmatia from 1249 until his death. His Epistle to the Sorrowful Lament upon the Destruction of the Kingdom of Hungary by the Tatars is an important source of the Mongol invasion of the Kingdom of Hungary in 1241 and 1242.
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Carmen Miserabile

book by Roger of Torre Maggiore

author: Rogerius of Apulia

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