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Occleve — [ ɔkliːv], Hoccleve [ hɔkliːv], Thomas, englischer Dichter, * London (?) um 1368, ✝ ebenda (?) um 1426; Schreiber im königlichen Geheimsiegelamt, verfasste neben dem lehrhaften, durch unterhaltsame Einschübe aufgelockerten Fürstenspiegel »The… … Universal-Lexikon
Occleve — biographical name see Thomas Hoccleve … New Collegiate Dictionary
Occleve — /ok leev/, n. Hoccleve. * * * … Universalium
Occleve — /ok leev/, n. Hoccleve … Useful english dictionary
Occleve, Thomas — • English poet (1368 1450) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 … Catholic encyclopedia
Occleve, Thomas (Hoccleve) — (?1370 ?1450) Next to John Lydgate (see entry), he is the most significant English poet of the 15th century (both of them knew Chaucer). Little is known of his life, but for many years he was a clerk of the privy seal office in London. From… … British and Irish poets
Occleve,Thomas — Oc·cleve (ŏkʹlēv ), Thomas. See Hoccleve, Thomas. * * * … Universalium
Thomas Occleve — (or Hoccleve) (c. 1368 ndash; 1426), English poet, was born probably in 1368/9, for, writing in 1421/2 he says he was fifty three years old ( Dialog, i. 246 ).Like his more voluminous and better known contemporary John Lydgate, he has an… … Wikipedia
Thomas Occleve — Thomas Occleve † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Thomas Occleve (Or Hoccleve) Little is known of his life beyond what is mentioned in his poems. He was b. about 1368; d. in 1450. The place of his birth and education is unknown. When about … Catholic encyclopedia
Thomas Occleve — ou Hoccleve est un poète anglais né vers 1369 et mort en 1426. Il a connu Geoffrey Chaucer et lui rend hommage à plusieurs reprises dans son œuvre la plus populaire en son temps, le Regiment of Princes de 1412. Sommaire 1 Biographie … Wikipédia en Français