Hannapes, Nicolas De
Hannapes, Nicolas De a French prelate, the last of the Latin patriarchs of Jerusalem, was born at Hannapes, in the Ardennes mountains, about 1525. At the age of twelve he joined the Dominicans at Rheims, afterwards studied at the convent of St. Jacques, Paris, was ordained priest, and taught theology. He was called to Rome by pope Innocent V, where he exercised the functions of grand- penitentiary, later was selected by Nicolas IV as patriarch of Jerusalem, aid in 1289 apostolic legate in Syria, Cyprus, and Armenia. Jean d'Acre was taken by the Turks, and the mission was broken up. Hannapes died in 1291, leaving, Virtutun Vitiorunmque Exempla ex Sacris Litteris Excerpta
(Tubingen, 1533): — Dicta Salutis Nicolai de Hannapiis, ard. Prcedicat. (Mayence, 1609): — Nicolai Patriarchae Hyerosoly. Typicon de Jejuniis Graecorum, etc. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.