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Jacobus Petri Finno (about 1540–1588), sometimes known as Jaakko Finno or the proper Finnish form of his real name Jaakko Suomalainen (James the Finn), was a Finnish priest and the rector (headmaster) of the Cathedral School of Turku.[1] He was the publisher of the first Finnish-language hymnal as well as a catechism and a prayer book. Finno was doctrinally a moderate reformer.

References

  1. ^ Lempiäinen, Pentti. "FINNO, Jacobus". Biografiskt Lexicon for Finland.
  • Jaakko Finnon virsikirja. Toimittanut ja jälkisanan laatinut Pentti Lempiäinen. Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seuran toimituksia 463. Alkuteos julkaistu: Tukholma, noin 1583. Näköispainos sekä uudelleen ladottu laitos alkuperäisestä tekstistä ja sitä täydentävistä käsikirjoituksista. Helsinki: Suomalaisen kirjallisuuden seura, 1988. ISBN 951-717-491-8.
  • Varpio, Yrjö & Liisi Huhtala 1999: Suomen kirjallisuushistoria. Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura. Helsinki.



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