Thomas Ebendorfer ou parfois aussi Thomas d’Haselbach (né le 10 août 1388 à Haselbach en Basse-Autriche - mort à Vienne le 12 janvier 1464), chanoine viennois, est un universitaire et chroniqueur autrichien du XVe siècle.

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  • Thomas Ebendorfer ou parfois aussi Thomas d’Haselbach (né le 10 août 1388 à Haselbach en Basse-Autriche - mort à Vienne le 12 janvier 1464), chanoine viennois, est un universitaire et chroniqueur autrichien du XVe siècle.
  • Thomas Ebendorfer (August 10, 1388 – January 12, 1464) was an Austrian historian, professor, and statesman.Born at Haselbach, in Upper Austria, he studied at the University of Vienna, where in 1412 he received the degree of Master of Arts. Until 1427 he was attached to the Faculty of Arts and lectured on Aristotle and Latin grammar. After 1419 he was also admitted to the theological faculty as 'cursor biblicus'. In 1427 he was made licentiate and in 1428 Master of Theology; soon after he became dean of the theological faculty, in which body he was a professor until his death. He was rector of the University of Vienna in 1423, 1429, and 1445; and he was also canon of St. Stephen's church, and engaged in the apostolic ministry as preacher and as pastor of Perchtoldsdorf and of Falkenstein near Vienna. He ranks high among the professors of the University of Vienna in the Fifteenth century. In the struggles which it had to sustain, he championed the rights and interests of the university with zeal and energy. He represented the university at the Council of Basle (1432–1434), took an active part in all its discussions, and was one of the delegates sent by the council to Prague to confer with the Hussites. From 1440 to 1444 he was sent to various cities as ambassador of Emperor Frederick III. He disapproved of the attitude of the Council of Basle towards both pope and emperor, and eventually withdrew from it. His advocacy of the rights of the Vienna University, coupled with the attacks of his opponents, lost him the favour of the emperor, who saw in him a secret enemy. In 1451 and 1452 he was in Italy and went to Rome where he obtained from the pope a confirmation of the privileges of the University of Vienna. In the war between Frederick III and Albert of Brandenburg he tried to act as mediator but only fell into greater disfavour with Frederick. His last years were clouded by the disturbances of the years 1461–1463 during which Austria had much to suffer from the King of Bohemia, George of Podebrady, and from internal conflicts.
  • Томас Эбендорфер (нем. Thomas Ebendorfer; 10 августа 1387 года — 12 января 1464 года — австрийский историк и профессор Венского университета. Его главный труд, «Chronicon Austriae», представляет чрезвычайно обстоятельную для того времени историю Австрии с древнейших времён до 1463 года. Хотя автор и не особенно критически отнёсся к приводимым им сведениям, но недостаток этот искупается многочисленными подробностями, большой точностью и полной объективностью. Для истории Австрии с 1404 до 1463 года труд этот является необходимым и главным источником. Напечатан он в первом томе изданного Пецом «Scriptores rer. austr. vet.». Другой важный труд Эбендорфера, «Diarium gestorum per legatos concilii Basileensis pro reductione Bohemorum», напечатан в первом томе «Scr. Concil. Basil.» (1857) как часть «Monum. concilii Basileensis».
  • Thomas Ebendorfer, genannt Thomas von Haselbach (* 10. August 1388 in Haselbach bei Stockerau, Herzogtum Österreich; † 12. Januar 1464 in Wien) war ein österreichischer Theologe, Universitätsprofessor und Geschichtsschreiber.
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  • Mitteilungen des Instituts für österreichische Geschichtsforschung
  • Monumenta concilii Basileensis, Scriptores
  • Scriptores rerum Austriacarum
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  • Dans cette édition, il manque le livre I et une partie du livre II.
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  • Mitteilungen des Instituts fur osterreichische Geschichtsforschung
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  • Chronica regum Romanorum, livres VI et VII
  • Chronicon Austriæ
  • Sermones Dominicales
  • Thomas Ebendorfers Liber Pontificum
  • Diarium gestorum concilii Basileensis pro reductione Bohemorum
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  • Birk
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  • Thomas Ebendorfer ou parfois aussi Thomas d’Haselbach (né le 10 août 1388 à Haselbach en Basse-Autriche - mort à Vienne le 12 janvier 1464), chanoine viennois, est un universitaire et chroniqueur autrichien du XVe siècle.
  • Thomas Ebendorfer, genannt Thomas von Haselbach (* 10. August 1388 in Haselbach bei Stockerau, Herzogtum Österreich; † 12. Januar 1464 in Wien) war ein österreichischer Theologe, Universitätsprofessor und Geschichtsschreiber.
  • Thomas Ebendorfer (August 10, 1388 – January 12, 1464) was an Austrian historian, professor, and statesman.Born at Haselbach, in Upper Austria, he studied at the University of Vienna, where in 1412 he received the degree of Master of Arts. Until 1427 he was attached to the Faculty of Arts and lectured on Aristotle and Latin grammar. After 1419 he was also admitted to the theological faculty as 'cursor biblicus'.
  • Томас Эбендорфер (нем. Thomas Ebendorfer; 10 августа 1387 года — 12 января 1464 года — австрийский историк и профессор Венского университета. Его главный труд, «Chronicon Austriae», представляет чрезвычайно обстоятельную для того времени историю Австрии с древнейших времён до 1463 года. Хотя автор и не особенно критически отнёсся к приводимым им сведениям, но недостаток этот искупается многочисленными подробностями, большой точностью и полной объективностью.
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