See also:born at
See also:Duisburg, and became a
See also:brother of the Teutonic
See also:Order . He wrote the Chronicon terrae Prussiae, dedicated to the
See also:Werner 61 Orseln, which is one of the chief authorities for the
See also:history of the order in Prussia . There is a rhyming
See also:translation in German by
See also:Nicholas of Jeroschin, which, together with the
See also:original, is published in Bd . I. of the Scriptores rerum prussicarum (
See also:Leipzig, 1861) . See M . Toppen, Geschichte der preussischen Historiographie (Berlin, 1853); and W . Fuchs,
See also:Peter von Duisburg and das Chronicon olivense (
See also:Konigsberg, 1884) .
PETER OF COURTENAY (d. 1219)
PETER OF MARICOURT (13th century)
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