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[[Fasciculus:BritLibRoyal14CVIIFol006rMattParisSelfPortVirgin and child with Matthew.jpg|thumb|upright=1.5|Matthaeus ParisParisiensis, [[Iesus|Iesu]] et [[Maria (mater Iesu)|Mariae]] cultor, a seipso pictus. (''[[HistoriaChronica Anglorummaiora (Paris)|HistoriaChronica Anglorummaiora]]'': [[Bibliotheca Britannica]] MS [[BL Royal 14.C.vii|Royal 14.C.vii]] folf. 6r)]]
[[Image:DublinTrinityCollegeMSEi40LifeAlbanFol38vHeracliusTakesDownAlbansHead.jpg|thumb|upright=1.5|Heraclius cum capite [[Sanctus Albanus|Sancti Albani]] a Matthaeo ParisParisiensi pictus. (''[[Vita Sancti Albani|Vie de Seint Auban]]'': [[Coll. Trin. Dubl.]] MS [[Coll. Trin. Dubl. E.I.40)|E.I.40]]]]
 
'''Matthaeus Parisiensis''' seu ''de Parisius'', origine ut videtur [[Anglia|Anglus]]<ref>"''His surname, which Matthew Paris usually wrote as Parisiensis, occasionally as de Parisius, might suggest French origins, but Parisiensis was by no means an uncommon patronymic in thirteenth-century England'':" Lloyd et Reader in ''Oxford Dictionary of National Biography''</ref> (natus anno circiter 1200; mortuus [[1259]]) fuit monachus [[Benedictini|Benedictinus]], [[rerum gestarum scriptor]] et pictor librorum qui apud [[Abbatia Sancti Albani|Abbatiam Sancti Albani]] in comitatu [[Hertfordiensis comitatus|Hertfordiensi]] habitavit. Ex omnibus eius operibus, [[Latine]] et [[Anglonormannice]] scriptis, ''[[Chronica maiora (Paris)|Chronica maiora]]'' saepissime citantur.