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Dietrich of Apolda

German historian
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Occupation Hagiographer Writer
Country Germany
Date of birth
Date of death 1302
Authority Library of congress id ISNI id VIAF id
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Biography

Dietrich of Apolda (died 1302) was a German Dominican hagiographer, writing towards the end of the thirteenth century.

He wrote a popular life of Elizabeth of Hungary, including mythical elements such as the sorcerer Klingsor. He also wrote a lengthy life of St. Dominic, supported by Munio of Zamora.

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