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Henry Bate or Hendrik Baten (of Mechelen or of Malines) a.k.a. Henricus Batenus (Mechliniensis) (24 March 1246 in Mechelen – after 1310 in Tongerloo) was a Flemish philosopher, theologian, astronomer, astrologer, poet, and musician. He was Master of Arts of the University of Paris before 1274. He was a pupil of Thomas Aquinas, he became a canon and cantor of the , Liège before 1289. He became tutor to Guy de Hainaut, brother of Count Jean d'Avesnes, for whom he wrote, between 1285 and 1305, a Speculum divinorum et quorundam naturalium (On the Unity of Natural).

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  • Henri Bate de Malines o en llatí Henricus Batenus Mechliniensis (24 de març de 1246, Malines, Bèlgica - † 1310, ) fou un filòsof, teòleg, astrònom, astròleg, poeta i músic belga. Va estudiar arts a la Universitat de París abans del 1274 i va ser alumne de Tomàs d'Aquino. Va ser canonge i chantre de la catedral de Lieja. Com a astrònom, va construir astrolabis i va dedicar el seu tractat Magistralis compositio astrolabii al seu amic Willem van Moerbeke i va escriure comentaris en escrits dAbraham ibn Ezraa i Abu-Màixar durant la seva estada a Roma. A més va ser professor de Guy de Hainut, germà de Joan I d'Avesnes, per a qui va escriure entre el 1285 i el 1305 un Speculum divinorum et guorundam naturalium. Va retirar-se el 1309 a l', on va morir. (ca)
  • Heinrich (Bate oder Baten) [und/oder] von Mecheln (auch: Henricus Bate, Heinrich Bate de Malines, Henricus Batenus Mechliniensis, Henry Bate; * 24. März 1246; † nach 1310) war ein Philosoph, Übersetzer und Astronom. (de)
  • Enrique Bateno de Malinas (Malinas, 24 de marzo de 1246-Westerlo después de 1310) filósofo, teólogo, astrónomo, astrólogo, poeta y músico. (es)
  • Henri Bate, né le 24 mars 1246 à Malines, dans la seigneurie de Malines, et mort à l'abbaye de Tongerlo après 1310, est un philosophe, théologien, astronome, astrologue, poète et musicien. Il a écrit en latin et signait Henricus Batenus Mechliniensis. (fr)
  • Henry Bate or Hendrik Baten (of Mechelen or of Malines) a.k.a. Henricus Batenus (Mechliniensis) (24 March 1246 in Mechelen – after 1310 in Tongerloo) was a Flemish philosopher, theologian, astronomer, astrologer, poet, and musician. He was Master of Arts of the University of Paris before 1274. He was a pupil of Thomas Aquinas, he became a canon and cantor of the , Liège before 1289. As astronomer, he made astrolabes, and wrote Magistralis compositio astrolabii, dedicated to his friend William of Moerbeke. He drew up astronomical tables: the Tabule Mechlinenses, from around 1285–1295, and a 1290 work, De erroribus tabularum Alphonsi, which pointed out errors in the Alfonsine tables. While in Rome in 1292, he wrote commentaries on the astrological works of Abraham ibn Ezra and Albumasar. He became tutor to Guy de Hainaut, brother of Count Jean d'Avesnes, for whom he wrote, between 1285 and 1305, a Speculum divinorum et quorundam naturalium (On the Unity of Natural). Around 1309, he retired with the Premonstratensians of Tongerloo, where he ended his days. (en)
  • Hendrik Bate of Baten (van Mechelen), ook gekend bij voornamen Henricus, Heinrich, Henri of Henry, of geheel gelatiniseerd tot Henricus Batenus (Mechliniensis), (Mechelen, 24 maart 1246 - Tongerlo, na 1310) was een Vlaams scholastisch filosoof, theoloog, astronoom, astroloog en musicus. (nl)
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  • Heinrich (Bate oder Baten) [und/oder] von Mecheln (auch: Henricus Bate, Heinrich Bate de Malines, Henricus Batenus Mechliniensis, Henry Bate; * 24. März 1246; † nach 1310) war ein Philosoph, Übersetzer und Astronom. (de)
  • Enrique Bateno de Malinas (Malinas, 24 de marzo de 1246-Westerlo después de 1310) filósofo, teólogo, astrónomo, astrólogo, poeta y músico. (es)
  • Henri Bate, né le 24 mars 1246 à Malines, dans la seigneurie de Malines, et mort à l'abbaye de Tongerlo après 1310, est un philosophe, théologien, astronome, astrologue, poète et musicien. Il a écrit en latin et signait Henricus Batenus Mechliniensis. (fr)
  • Hendrik Bate of Baten (van Mechelen), ook gekend bij voornamen Henricus, Heinrich, Henri of Henry, of geheel gelatiniseerd tot Henricus Batenus (Mechliniensis), (Mechelen, 24 maart 1246 - Tongerlo, na 1310) was een Vlaams scholastisch filosoof, theoloog, astronoom, astroloog en musicus. (nl)
  • Henri Bate de Malines o en llatí Henricus Batenus Mechliniensis (24 de març de 1246, Malines, Bèlgica - † 1310, ) fou un filòsof, teòleg, astrònom, astròleg, poeta i músic belga. Va estudiar arts a la Universitat de París abans del 1274 i va ser alumne de Tomàs d'Aquino. Va ser canonge i chantre de la catedral de Lieja. Com a astrònom, va construir astrolabis i va dedicar el seu tractat Magistralis compositio astrolabii al seu amic Willem van Moerbeke i va escriure comentaris en escrits dAbraham ibn Ezraa i Abu-Màixar durant la seva estada a Roma. (ca)
  • Henry Bate or Hendrik Baten (of Mechelen or of Malines) a.k.a. Henricus Batenus (Mechliniensis) (24 March 1246 in Mechelen – after 1310 in Tongerloo) was a Flemish philosopher, theologian, astronomer, astrologer, poet, and musician. He was Master of Arts of the University of Paris before 1274. He was a pupil of Thomas Aquinas, he became a canon and cantor of the , Liège before 1289. He became tutor to Guy de Hainaut, brother of Count Jean d'Avesnes, for whom he wrote, between 1285 and 1305, a Speculum divinorum et quorundam naturalium (On the Unity of Natural). (en)
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  • Henri Bate de Malines (ca)
  • Heinrich von Mecheln (de)
  • Henry Bate of Mechelen (en)
  • Enrique Bateno de Malinas (es)
  • Henri Bate de Malines (fr)
  • Hendrik Bate van Mechelen (nl)
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