- Ussher, James
- (1581–1658)Archbishop and Historian.Ussher was educated at Trinity College, Dublin. He was ordained in 1601. He was appointed Professor of Divinity at Dublin in 1607; he became Bishop of Meath in 1621 and Archbishop of Armagh in 1625. After the Irish rebellion of 1641, he lived in England but he did his best to preserve the independence of the Irish Church. He is remembered, however, for his great scholarship. He was the author of many historical works, but he is chiefly known for his Annales Veteris et Novi Testamenti. The dates from this work were printed in many editions of the King James Authorised Version of the Bible.J.A. Carr, The Life and Times of James Ussher, Archbishop of Armagh (1895);R.B. Knox, James Ussher, Archbishop of Armagh (1967).
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Ussher, James — ▪ Anglo Irish prelate born Jan. 4, 1581, Dublin, Ire. died March 21, 1656, Reigate, Surrey, Eng. Anglo Irish prelate of the Anglican church who was memorable for his activity in religious politics and for his work on patristic texts, especially… … Universalium
Ussher,James — Ussh·er (ŭshʹər), James. 1581 1656. Irish prelate and scholar who devised a scheme of biblical chronology that placed the Creation in the year 4004 B.C. * * * … Universalium
Ussher, James — (1581 1656) Divine and scholar, b. in Dublin, the s. of a lawyer there, and ed. at Trinity Coll., took orders, and became Chancellor of St. Patrick s, Dublin, 1605, and Prof. of Divinity, 1607 21. On the Irish clergy, in 1715, deciding to… … Short biographical dictionary of English literature
Ussher, James — (d. 1656) Irish Anglican archbishop, who produced a scheme of biblical chronology, beginning with Creation [[➝ creation]] in 4004 BCE, a date long perpetuated in editions of AV … Dictionary of the Bible
USSHER, James — (1581 1656) Irish PROTESTANT Prelate and scholar who added dates to Biblical HISTORY and proposed the date of creation to be 4004 B.C … Concise dictionary of Religion
James Usher — James Ussher um 1654, Porträt von Peter Lely James Ussher (auch Usher) (* 4. Januar 1581 in Dublin; † 21. März 1656 in Reigate, Surrey) war ein irischer anglikanischer Theologe und Verfasser einer Vielzahl theologischer und … Deutsch Wikipedia
James Ussher — Infobox Bishop name = James Ussher religion=Church of Ireland see = Armagh bishop of = Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of All Ireland enthroned = 1625 ended = 1656 consecration = 1626 predecessor = Christopher Hampton successor = John Bramhall… … Wikipedia
Ussher-Lightfoot-Chronologie — Anfang von James Usshers Annales Der Ussher Lightfoot Kalender ist eine Chronologie, die auf ein annalistisches Werk von James Ussher aus dem Jahr 1650 zurückgeht. Er versuchte darin unter anderem, das genaue Datum der Schöpfung aus Angaben der… … Deutsch Wikipedia
James Ussher — El obispo James Ussher, pintado por sir Peter Lely. James Ussher, James Usher, latinizado Jacobus Usserius (Dublín, 4 de enero de 1581 – 21 de marzo de 1656) fue un arzobispo de Armagh … Wikipedia Español
James Usher — noun Irish prelate who deduced from the Bible that Creation occurred in the year 4004 BC (1581 1656) • Syn: ↑Ussher, ↑James Ussher, ↑Usher • Instance Hypernyms: ↑archpriest, ↑hierarch, ↑high priest, ↑prelate, ↑ … Useful english dictionary