Matthew

The Matthew was a Caravel of about 85 tons displacement and about 22 metres length with three masts; square rigged on the fore and main and lateen on the mizzen. The Matthew was built for John Cabot and sailed by him on his first voyage to the New World in 1497 from Bristol, reaching Newfoundland and tracing the east coast of Newfoundland. After Ca...
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Matthew

[archbishop of Capua] Matthew (died 1199) was the Archbishop of Capua from 1183, when he succeeded Alfanus of Camerota. He supported the claim to the Sicilian kingdom of Constance and her husband, the Emperor Henry VI, against that of the reignign monarch, Tancred of Lecce. Under Henry, he became a royal advisor and imperial familiaris (cou...
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Matthew

[n] - (New Testament) disciple of Jesus 2. [n] - one of the Gospels in the New Testament
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Matthew

Gospel According to Matthew noun one of the Gospels in the New Testament; includes the Sermon on the Mount
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Matthew

Saint Matthew noun (New Testament) disciple of Jesus; traditionally considered to be the author of the first Gospel
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Matthew

Matthew is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `Gift of God` Where is it used? The name Matthew is mainly used In English and In the bible.How do they say it elsewhere? Mats ( In Swedish and In Norwegian) Mateo ( In Spanish) Matjaz ( In Slovene) Matvei ( In Russian) Mateus ( In Portuguese) Mateusz ( In Polish) Maciej ( In Polish) Matt...
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Matthew

[bishop of Ross] Matthew (died 1274) was a 13th-century cleric based in the Kingdom of Scotland. Walter Bower called him Macchabeus, a Latinization (literature) of the Gaelic name Mac Bethad or Mac Beathadh, previously held by a 12th-century bishop. Either Bower is confused or Matthew changed his name or took a pseudonym more appropriate to...
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Matthew

[bishop of Aberdeen] Matthew (died 1199) was a 12th-century churchman residing in Scotland. He is the first man known to have held the position of Archdeacon of St Andrews, his first known ecclesiastical post. He occurs in this office in a document which can be dated to some point between August 1147 and June 1152. In 1172, after the death ...
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Matthew

[ship] Matthew is a replica of a caravel sailed by John Cabot in 1497 from Bristol to North America, presumably Newfoundland. After a voyage which had got no further than Iceland, Cabot left again with only one vessel, Matthew, a small ship (50 tons), but fast and able. The crew consisted of only 18 people. Matthew departed either 2 May or ...
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Matthew

[name] Matthew (juː; {Respell|MATH|ew}) is a given name that ultimately comes from the Hebrew name Matityahu. Saint Matthew was one of the twelve apostles of Jesus in Christian Theology. The Hebrew name `{script|Hebr|מַתִּתְיָהוּ}` (Matityahu) was transliterated into Greek to `Ματταθίας` (Mattathias), which was shorten...
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