Additions, corrections and queries

These addenda and corrigenda concentrate on points of substance, such as the recording of
additional authors or texts, new editions, or editions overlooked, questions of authorship, and
errors in the author heading or in names. Authors now entered for the first time are marked *,
those whose entries have been completely revised §. Typographical errors that are not seriously
misleading, additional manuscript references, amendments to manuscript information, and such
like, are noted in my master copy of the book but are not indicated here.
In the preface to Latin Writers I invited readers to communicate information on errors or
omissions. Several have done so, and I am grateful to them: Dr Peter Brand (Oxford), Prof.
Christopher Brooke (Cambridge), Dr Jeremy Catto (Oxford), Dr James Clark (Oxford), Revd
Dr Richard Copsey (Rome & Aberdeen), Dr Carlotta Dionisotti (London), Prof. Dr. Helmut
Gneuss (Munich), Prof. Joseph Goering (Toronto), Mr Michael Gullick (Hitchin), Prof. Ralph
Hanna (Oxford), Mr Nicholas Karn (Oxford), Dr Patrick Nold (Oxford), Prof. Dáibhí ÓCróinín
(Galway), Mr Alan Piper (Durham), Fr Athanasius Sulavic (Rome), Prof. Rodney Thomson
(Hobart), and Mr James Willoughby (Oxford). Where their information has led me to make a
substantive change included here, I cite the informer’s name at the right hand side of the page.
¹ Adam Burley
—– Quaestiones in I–II de Anima: ed. E. A. Synan, Questions on the De Anima of Aristotle by
Master Adam Burley and Dominus Walter Burley (Leiden :qq¸), :–¸¸.
² Adam of Dryburgh
—– Soliloquium de instructione animae siue Dialogus inter rationem et animae: a recent edition
is based on a single manuscript, ed. J. Bouvet, ‘Le Soliloquium d’Adam de Perseigne’,
Collectanea Cisterciensia ¸o (:q88) ::¸–¸: (text, :.o–¸:).
The text is dedicated to Walther prior of St Andrew in Scotland, according to
the Gaming manuscript followed by Pez; this agrees with the manuscript seen at
Cambridge by Bale. Walter was prior of the Augustinian cathedral at St Andrews
from ::6. until ::q¸ or ::q6 (Walter Bower, Scotichronicon, VI ¸o; ed. Watt & others, ¸.
¡:¸, ¡q¸). This would seem strong evidence in favour of Adam of Dryburgh as author.
The Melk manuscript has the variant Balther, while the Munich copy used by Bouvet
has Balther ‘priori Sancti Andree in Austria’; Bouvet was unable to trace either house
or prior. He was under the impression that the work had never been printed, and he
inferred that the author was Adam de Persenia OCist (†:..:).
To the eight copies mentioned in the handlist, add:
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BL MS Add. ¸.o8 (s. xv, Syon), fols. ?? [in the hand of Clement Maidstone OSS
(†:¡¸6); described in early :6th-cent. catalogue as ‘dialogus quidaminter racionem
et animam’, SS:. 8o¸e].
Melk, Stiftsbibliothek, MS ¸8 (s. xv), fols. ¡¸6–¸.¸ [used by Pez].
BSB MS clm :86:o (\n :¡6., Tegernsee), fols. ( ).
Attested copies
Cambridge, in the house of John Mere, where it was seen by Bale (Index, ¸).
Gaming, Charterhouse [used by Pez].
Peterborough, late :¡th cent., ‘questiones et responsiones inter animam et rationem’,
anon. (BP.:. .¡:o); ‘disputacio inter animam et rationem’, anon. (BP.:. .¸¸a); ‘de
instruccione anime’, anon. (BP.:. ¸:q).
—– De triplici genere contemplationis: ed. L. Reuviaux (Lille :qq6).
³ ‡Adam of Evesham OSB (†::q:), monk of La Charité, prior of Bermondsey, later
abbot of Evesham
Adam is known as a correspondent of Gerald of Wales (Symbolum electorum I q–:o), John of
Salisbury (ep. :qq), and Peter of Blois (ep. q¸). That he was the writer of longer works is evident,
since he refers in ep. : to an abbreviation of the Passio S. Vincentii and in ep. . to an ‘opusculum
. . . satis nouiter formatum’ which he read to a visitor from Worcester, Master William, and of
which a transcript was requested by Bishop Roger. [N. E. Karn]
⁴ Adam of Usk
—– Chronicon: ed. C. J. Given-Wilson, OMT (:qq¸).
⁵ Adelard of Bath
—– De cura accipitrum, De eodem et diuerso, and Quaestiones naturales: ed. C. S. F. Burnett
(Cambridge :qq8).
⁶ Aelmer of Canterbury
—– Recordationes beneficiorum Dei: add (attrib.) and move to spurious.
⁷ Aelred of Rievaulx
—– De X horroribus Iohannis Baptistae: read honoribus. The copy at Syon, MS R. .o (SS:.
:.:.) is identified by V. A. Gillespie as Nicholas of Clairvaux, serm. : (PL :¡¡. 6.¸–¸6,
Schneyer Rep. ¡. .¸o, as Peter Damian; and again, PL :8¡. qq:-:oo: as ps. Bernard of
Clairvaux).
—– Epistolae: not known to survive. Walter Daniel’s Life of Aelred, ¡:, refers to his
many letters to important people. Collections of letters are recorded at Rievaulx
around :.oo (Z:q. ¡¡), for which Leland adds the incipit ‘In quieto littore’ (Z.:. :¸),
and at Margam in Registrum (R¸q. :.).
The Margam report was copied by Kirkstead in the form ‘Epistolas ad diuersos
¸oo’ (K¸. :q), with no source for the additional information; from Kirkstead it came
into Bale (Index, :.). This last was misinterpreted by Hoste, :¸¸, as evidence for a
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further copy at Norwich. Hoste’s remaining reference for the collection of ¸oo letters
at Cirencester derives from T. W. Williams, Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucester-
shire Archaeological Society ¸: (:qo8) q¡, who misread Kirkstead’s reference number :o¸
(Margam) as :o¡ (Cirencester).
⁸ *Alan of Ashbourne (early :¡th cent.) [Prof. C. N. L. Brooke]
The chronicle of the bishops of Lichfield, entered under the name of Thomas
Chesterfield, is perhaps the work of Alan of Ashbourne, whose autograph is BL MS
Cotton Cleopatra D. ix; the date of the manuscript should be amended to s. xiv¯¹
(Brooke in English Episcopal Acta :¡ Coventry and Lichfield .o,:–..¡ç (:qq¸), :.¸).
⁹ Alan of Tewkesbury
—– Liber de demolitione capellae de Hakinton: not known to survive; Thomas of Marlbor-
ough quotes the work, introducing it thus: ‘ita scribit Alanus abbas Theokesberie in
libro de demolitione capelle de Hakintona ubi etiam omnia predicta de eo plenius
scribit: . . . ’ (ed. Macray, RS .q (:86¸), :o¸).
¹⁰ Alcuin
The second volume of CMA Gallia : (:qqq) is devoted entirely to the works of
Alcuin; it provides manuscript and printed references for everything, including each
individual letter and poem.
—– Orthographia: ed. S. Bruni, Millennio medievale . (Florence :qq¸).
¹¹ Alexander Nequam
—– Meditatio de Magdalena: ed. T. H. Bestul, Journal of Medieval Latin q (:qqq) :–¸q (text,
8–¸q).
—– Suppletio defectuum: Book I, ed. C. J. McDonough, Per Verba :. (Florence :qqq).
¹² *‡Arroxso nr Virr\ S\xc+\ OFM Obs [occ. :¸:8–.6], bishop in partibus
A Spaniard, who was in Paris in :¸:8 and in England in the :¸.os as a member of the household
of Queen Katherine of Aragon. He also acted as suffragan in the Welsh diocese of St Asaph
(:¸.6).
—– De libero arbitrio aduersus Melanchthonem: pr. London :¸.¸ (STC .¡¸.8). The work is
dedicated to Queen Katherine of Aragon.
—– Problema indulgentiarum: pr. London :¸.¸/¡ (STC .¡¸.q). Written at the request of
Queen Katherine of Aragon.
¹³ Andrea Ammonio
—– Epigram, ‘Pugnabunt alii’: ed. D. R. Carlson, ‘Three Tudor epigrams’, HLov ¡¸
(:qq6) :8q–.oo (text, :q:).
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¹⁴ *Anger of Ripon (†:.q./¸)
Usually titled Tractatus de antiquo dominico Coronae, inc. ‘Licet in antiquo dominico’, there is a
treatise found unascribed in more than seventy manuscripts, listed by Baker, Legal Manuscripts,
¡q–¸o. The little treatise was printed by A. J. Horwood, Year Books :o–:. Edward I , RS ¸:/
: (:866), xviii–xix; the manuscript in his own possession from which the work was printed is
now Cambridge (MA), Harvard Law School, MS ¸6 (s. ), fols. ( ), and this has the colophon,
‘Explicit opinio Angeri de Rypon’. Anger was a clerk in the court of common pleas from at least
:.¸: until his death in :.q./¸; this position is compatible with the author’s saying, ‘Vidi magistros
meos in tribus casibus capere assisam noue disseisine’, and he may well have composed the
treatise. Dr P. A. Brand is preparing a new edition.
¹⁵ Anselm of Bury
Remove the reference to his authorship of Meditations transmitted under the
name of Anselm of Canterbury, for which Wilmart had no compelling evidence.
¹⁶ Anselm of Reading OSB (late :.th cent.), subprior of Reading
It is possible that he is the same Anselm, monk of Reading, who described his rescue from an
accident by the miraculous intervention of St Thomas of Canterbury in a letter to Jeremias,
monk of Christ Church; the letter is incorporated in William of Canterbury’s Miracula S. Thomae
VI ¸.
¹⁷ *Sir Anthony Cope (†:¸¸:)
Bale, Catalogus, .. ¸¡; Tanner, :q8; BRUO .¡o.–.¡¸o, :¸6; DNB.
The Latin chronicle extending from the nativity to the year :¸o¸ in Bodl. MS Lyell empt. ::
(s. xvi), inc. ‘Saluator noster Iesus Christus nascitur ab exordio mundi ¸.qq’, is signed ‘Antonius
Coope’ at the end. The handwriting is thought to be his, and he may have composed the
chronicle. His published writings are in English.
¹⁸ Atto, cardinal bishop of Ostia
The cardinal’s date of death should be amended; he was dead by ::o¸, but the year is not known.
—– Miracula inuentionis beatae Milburgae uirginis (::o:): ed. P. A. Hayward, ‘The Miracula
inuentionis beatae Mylburge uirginis attributed to “the Lord Ato, cardinal bishop of Ostia”’,
EHR ::¡ (:qqq), ¸¡¸–¸¸ (text, ¸6¸–¸¸). Hayward is sceptical about the text’s claim to
be the work of Cardinal Atto.
¹⁹ Baldwin of Ford
For his work as a decretalist see C. Duggan, Twelfth-Century Decretal Collections (London :q6¸),
::o–::¸.
²⁰ Bartholomew the Englishman
—– The author of the thesis on Book XIX was Juris G. Lidaka, a spelling correction
that may make the difference between finding and not finding it.
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²¹ Bernard André
D. R. Carlson, ‘The writings of Bernard André (c. :¡¸o–c. :¸..)’, Renaissance Studies :. (:qq8)
..q–¸o.
²² Cadwgan
—– De modo confitendi: ed. J. W. Goering & H. Pryce, Mediaeval Studies 6. (.ooo) :–.¸
(text, :6–.¸); Bloomfield ¸¡¡¡.
²³ Cummianus Longus
—– (attrib.) Commentary on Mark: ed. M. J. Cahill, CCSL 8. (:qq¸).
²⁴ Daniel of Winchester
Bede, in the preface to his Historia ecclesiastica, refers to his correspondence with Bishop Daniel.
²⁵ *‡Master Durandus (early :.th cent.)
The comments of Master Durandus de Anglia are included among opiniones on the verb sum
appended to glosses on Priscian in Chartres, Bibliothèque municipale, MS .oq (s. xii), fol. 86v.
The text is printed by R. W. Hunt, ‘Studies on Priscian in the eleventh and twelfth centuries,
MARS : (:q¡:–¸) :q¡–.¸: (text, ..¡–¸). The manuscript itself was destroyed in :q¡¡ (Speculum
.q (:q¸¡) ¸¸6). Hunt, .o6, suggests that the teacher may be the same as Master Durandus,
master of the school at St Paul’s, London, early in Henry I’s reign, who appears as ‘Durandus
scholasticus’ around ::o. in the mortuary roll of St Bruno (Acta SS. Oct. III (:¸¸o) ¸¸¡). This
person is probably also to be identified with Master Durandus, canon at St Paul’s from at least
:o86 to ::::/:. (Greenway, Fasti : London, .¸, 8o).
²⁶ Gilbert Foliot
The work entered as his sermons on St Peter and St Paul, Latin Writers, :¡¸, was
also entered from the Christ Church catalogues as Tractatus super istud Sunt duae oliuae
under Gilbert the Universal, ib. :¡q.
—– (?), Tractatus super Isti sunt duae oliuae [Za ¡:¸, Apc :::¡]: unpr. apart from preface
among letters of Gilbert Foliot (ep. .¸o). The work comprises a preface and nine homi-
lies on SS. Peter and Paul, dedicated to Aelred of Rievaulx. The only manuscript and
the entries for it in the Christ Church catalogues (BC¸.:, BC¡.¸8b) ascribe it to Gilbert,
bishop of London; the other component in the manuscript, Aelred’s Sermones de oneribus
Isaiae, is dedicated to Gilbert Foliot. The apparent reciprocity may make him the more
likely author than the earlier bishop of London, Gilbert the Universal (†::¸¡).
BL MS Royal . D. xxxii (s. xiii, Christ Church), fols. :¸8v–:68v.
²⁷ Gilbert of Hoyland
—– (?) Sermons on Matthew: A prologue in Gilbert’s name, ’Incipit prologus Gileberti
abbatis super euangelium secundum Matheum’, is followed by two ascribed sermons
(fols. 8qv–q¸v), ed. L. C. Braceland, Gilbert of Hoyland ¡ Treatises, Epistles and Sermons
(Kalamazoo, MI, :q8:), :.8–8:. Both sermons are in Gilbert’s typical style and are
likely to be his.
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Mikkers, ’De vita et operibus’, .¸¸–¸, assigned to Gilbert thirty-five additional
anonymous sermons ’on Matthew’ from this manuscript. Twenty-one of them precede
Gilbert’s prologue, and fifteen of them are found later in the manuscript; only five
treat a text of Matthew. These are not likely to be by the same writer.
Bodl. MS Bodley 8¸ (SC :8¸.) (s. xii/xiii) (analysis by Braceland, Gilbert of Hoyland, ¡.
:8¸–q6).
²⁸ Gilbert of Stratton
—– Quaestiones: q. :6q, ed. R. C. Dales, ‘Gilbert of Stratton. An early Oxford defense
of Aquinas’s teaching on the possibility of a beginningless world’, Documenti e studi sulla
tradizione filosofica medievale ¸ (:qq¡) .¸q–q6 (text, .6¸–q6).
²⁹ Gilbert the Universal
—– (?), Tractatus super Isti sunt duae oliuae: see new note under Girnrn+ Forio+, to
whom the work may be better attributed.
³⁰ *Hædda (late qth cent.), abbot of Peterborough
The Register of Robert of Swaffham, now in CUL as Peterborough Cathedral, MS : (s. xiii), fol.
¸¸r–v, has a short text headed ‘Relatio Hedde abbatis’; there is a second copy in Peterborough
Cathedral, MS ¸ (s. xiii), fol. ¸qr–( ); and it was also incorporated by Swaffham’s continua-
tor, Walter of Whittlesey, in his Historia. This Relatio sets out the history of the abbey’s royal
foundation in the ¸th cent. and its missionary work in Mercia; perhaps no accident then that
it was composed in the name of Hædda, the last abbot of Peterborough before Danish raids
extinguished communal life there. The text was printed by Dugdale, Monasticon, :. ¸¸¸, and
again by W. T. Mellows, The Chronicle of Hugh Candidus (Oxford :q¡q), :¸q–6: (from Walter of
Whittlesey).
³¹ Henry VIII
—– Assertio septem sacramentorum aduersus Martinum Lutherum: ed. P. Fraenkel, Corpus
Catholicorum ¡¸ (Münster :qq.).
³² Henry of Blois
The so-called Scriptura Henrici episcopi Wintoniensis et abbatis Glastoniensis is re-edited
by M. J. Franklin, English Episcopal Acta 8 Winchester .o,o–.:o¸ (London :qq¸), .o¸–.::.
³³ *Henry of Knaresborough (†?:.o8)
A collection of over two hundred sermons survives that was given by Henry of Knaresborough
to Fountains abbey, now BL [awaiting accession] (s. xiiiⁿ); some of the sermons derive from
well known collections but most of them are unknown elsewhere (Christie’s, q July .oo:, lot q).
Henry of Knaresborough, parson of Knaresborough (Yorks) from at least ::¸:/. and of Kirkby
Stephen (Westm) from :.oo is presumed to be responsible for collecting them. A list of contents
(s. xv) on the front pastedown attributes the first twenty-one sermons (fols. :r–.¸r) to Henry, but
it is not apparent what reason, if any, the librarian had for this.
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³⁴ †Honorius Augustodunensis
Perhaps to be marked ‡ as a visitor to Canterbury in the :oqos rather than simply †.
The suggestion that he was Irish was never very strong, and the case for his appearing
in the list at all is weak.
³⁵ *Hugh Brasenose († after :¸66) [Prof. R. M. Thomson]
BRUO .¸o.
Worcester Cathedral, MS F. ::8 (s. xiv/xv), fol. ::¸v, has a suppositio with the ascription
‘secundum magistrum Hugonem Brasenose’.
³⁶ Hugh Lawton OP
—– Quaestiones: One question was edited from the Vatican manuscript by M. Pavlik,
John Langton OCarm, Quaestio de sacramentis: text and commentary, MA diss. (St Bonavenure
University, NY, :q6¡) (text, :–:6). This predated the recognition that ‘Lauton’ (rather
than ‘Lanton’) was Hugh Lawton OP and not John Langton OCarm.
³⁷ Hugh of Nonant
His open letter now ed. M. J. Franklin, English Episcopal Acta :¸ Lichfield and Coventry
..8¡–.:o8 (:qq8), Appendix ..
³⁸ Hugh of Reading
Add to the description that he was later abbot of Cluny.
³⁹ Hugh of Snaith
—– Quaestiones: three questions (Assisi MS :¸8 qq. :¡q, :¸o, :¸:), ed. Z. Pajda, Hugo
Sneyth et ses Questions de l’âme, Bibliothèque Thomiste ¡8 (Paris :qq¸).
⁴⁰ Isaac of Stella
—– Tractatus de sacramento altaris: the evidence for this work is increased by the entry in
the Christ Church catalogue, ‘Libellus abbatis Ysaac de concordancia canonis altaris
et sacramentis ueteris legis’ (BC¡. .¸¸).
⁴¹ *‡Gi\coxo C\rco OCarm (†:¸¸¸)
Bale, .. :¡o; DBI :6. ¸¸:–¸; Farge, 6.–¸.
—– Potestne superstes frater fratris relictam absque liberis uxorem ducere (:¸¸o), inc. ‘Henrico
octauo Angliae et Franciae regi’ (dedicatory epistle), ‘Rationi plane consentaneum est’
(preface), ‘Potestne’ (text)
Private Collection (Sotheby’s, 8 November :q¸8), formerly at Wrest Park (Beds)
(HMC .nd Rept (:8¸¸), app. p. ¸) [Henry VIII’s copy].
⁴² *J\xrs Wnv+s+oxs (†:¸:.)
BRUO .o¸q.
—– De iustitia et sanctitate belli per Iulium pontificem II in schismaticos et tyrannos patrimonium
Petri inuadentes indicti allegationes: pr. by R. Pynson, London :¸:. (STC .¸¸8¸).
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⁴³ *John Aldeburgh OCarm (mid :¸th cent.)
Tanner, .¸, refers to works on logic and on Aristotle’s De sensu et sensato, citing ‘MS Collect. Bal.
Sloan. ¡to.’, a reference to Bale’s notes in Bodl. MS Bodley ¸¸, fols. .v, :¸r. Here Bale records
two of the titles mentioned by Tanner, De dictionibus exclusiuis, inc. ‘Diccio exclusiua aliquando
ponitur’, and De dictionibus exceptiuis, inc. ‘Dicciones exceptiue sunt iste preter preterquam et nisi’
(fol. .v). The other three titles were copied by Bale (fol. :¸r) from a now lost version of the
Carmelite De uiris illustribus of Arnold Bostius. The evidence for Bale’s saying that he flourished
c. :¡¸o (BL MS Harley ¸8¸8 fol. q8v) is unclear but Bale knew that he was buried at Blakeney
(Norf) and may have seen burial records.
⁴⁴ *John Allen (:¡¸6–:¸¸¡), archbishop of Dublin
Tanner, :¸; DNB; BRUO .o–.:.
For a legal opinion offered to Cardinal Wolsey on visitations, see under John Bell (†:¸¸6).
—– De consuetudinibus ac statutis in tuitoriis causis obseruandis: unpr.; C. McNeill, Calendar of
Archbishop Alen’s Register c. ..,:–.¡¡¸ (Dublin :q¸o), .q6.
Dublin, Representative Church Body Library, Alen’s Register, fols. :¡¸v–(:¡6v).
—– De pallii significatione actiua et passiua: unpr.; C. McNeill, Calendar of Archbishop Alen’s
Register c. ..,:–.¡¡¸ (Dublin :q¸o), .¸¸.
Dublin, Representative Church Body Library, Alen’s Register, fols. ¸.v–(¸¸v).
⁴⁵ *John Balton († after :¸qq) [Prof. R. M. Thomson]
BRUO :o:.
Worcester Cathedral, MS F. ¸¸ (s. xv), fol. :o.r, contains ‘Determinacio Baltone’.
⁴⁶ *John Bell (†:¸¸6), bishop of Worcester
DNB; BRUO .¡o.–.¡¸o, ¸8–q.
BL MS Royal :: B. xi (\n :¸.6) is described as ‘Belli et Alani doctorum opiniones contrarie
circa uerum intellectum capituli Romana, de censibus, Sexti libri Decretalium in libello isto
extensi describuntur xnxx\i’, that is a legal opinion addressed by John Bell to John Allen
(:¡¸6–:¸¸¡), concerning visitations (Sext III .o. :), together with Allen’s opinion. Bell was an
adviser to the king in matters of canon law, as Allen was to Cardinal Wolsey, and these opinions
together occupy twelve leaves.
⁴⁷ John de Berewic
—– Sophismata [Prof. R. M. Thomson]
Worcester Cathedral, MS Q. :¸ (s. xiii²), fols. ¡.r–(¡8), 6¸r–(6¡).
⁴⁸ *John Chatesden (fl. :¸oo)
Not found in Talbot & Hammond.
—– Tractatus de ingredientibus digestiuarum secundum magistrum Iohannem Chatesden, in which
we read, ‘Quidam de amicis meis rogantes me ut in scriptis redigerem medicinas
digestiuas . . .’; for more information he refers his read ‘ad librum Iohannis ebe
mesue’, that is Iohannes Mesue, De simplicibus medicinis (Thorndike/Kibre 8¸).
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Sheffield, Central Library, Jackson Collection :¸o. (s. xv
x
–xvi¹), fols. ¸r–¸r (MMBL,
¡. .66–¸).
⁴⁹ John Deverose
—– Tabula to Aristotle’s Ethica: not known to survive. A copy was given to Corpus
Christi College, Cambridge, by Thomas Markaunt in :¡¸q, ‘Tabula Deueroys super
Ethica cuius secundum foliumincipit quia in quantum amicicia et pe. fo. incipit melior quam
uita’ (UC:¸. .¸); a second copy was bequeathed to the same college by John Tittleshall
in :¡¸8 (UC:8. 8).
⁵⁰ John Duns Scotus
—– Quaestiones on Aristotle’s Metaphysica: DSO ¸. .–6:¸; ed. R. Andrews, G. J. Etzkorn,
& others, Ioannis Duns Scoti opera philosophica ¸–¡ (St Bonaventure, NY, :qq¸); Lohr,
:q.–¸; Glorieux Th. ¸¡¡i.
⁵¹ § John Foulsham [Dr D. V. Abramov]
There is no primary evidence for the career of John Foulsham outside Bale. The
attribution of the work to him depends only on Bale, followed by Leland, but the
existence of a manuscript of the late :¸th cent. makes his authorship impossible. D. V.
Abramov argues that the work is English from the :.¸os or ’¡os, using Grosseteste’s
Hexaemeron but not Bartholomew’s De proprietatibus rerum; his edition was due to appear
in .ooo.
—– (attrib.) Moralitates de naturis rerum, inc. ‘Triplex est esse’: ed. D. V. Abramov (forth-
coming); Thorndike/Kibre :¸8q; Bloomfield 6o8q. No manuscript evidence provides
the name of the author. The attribution to an otherwise unknown :¡th-cent. Carmelite
from Norfolk surely originates with Bale.
Bernkastel–Kues, St. Nikolaus Hospital, MS .o¸ (s. xiii²), fols. ¸8v–8¡v [anon., ex-
cerpts].
Cambridge, Trinity College, MS R. :¸. :¸ (s. xiv¹), pp. :–6¸¸ [anon., ends incom-
plete].
Bodl. MS Canonici Misc. ¸¸6 (\n :¸::, Italy), fols. ¸¸v–¸qv, :o¸r–::.v [anon., ex-
cerpts].
Oxford, Corpus Christi College, MS ..: (s. xiv¹, St Augustine’s), fols. :r–¸¸v [anon.,
shortened text].
BAV MS Urb. lat. :¸¸8 (\n :¡¸¡×:¡8., Urbino), fols. :–:¸qv [anon., with omissions
but complements Cambridge MS].
Attested copies
Florence, Austin Friars, :¡¸:, ‘summa de elementalibus et animalibus . . cuius prin-
cipium est Triplex est esse, finis uero penultime carte docet dyalectica’ (Zentralblatt für
Bibliothekswesen ¡ (:88¸) :¡¸).
Hulne (Northumb), Carmelite convent, in :¸66, ‘liber paruus qui sic incipit Tripliciter
est esse’ (Friars, :¸o).
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⁵² John of Garland († after :.¸8)
The date of death c:.¸. was a mistaken guess by Paetow, widely accepted; he is
last known alive at the time of writing the Exempla honestae uitae (c:.¸8).
—– Praepositiones Graecae: the two manuscripts recorded show some independent circu-
lation but these lines can also be read as incorporated in John’s Compendium grammaticae
II :o68–:.¸o. I do not know whether it was once a free-standing work or whether it
circulates as an excerpt. [Dr C. Dionisotti]
⁵³ Giovanni Gigli
—– Fontibus e Graiis: ed. D. R. Carlson, ‘Three Tudor epigrams’, HLov ¡¸ (:qq6) :8q–
.oo (text, :q¸–6).
⁵⁴ *John Griffith († after :¸¸¡)
Bale, Catalogus, .. :o8; Tanner, ¸¡¸. Bale’s entry refers to a Cistercian of Hailes abbey, who
after the Dissolution was well known as a preacher in Hampshire. There was indeed a monk
of Hailes with this name, pensioned after the abbey’s surrender (MS PRO E. ¸6/??? p. ??) and
granted a dispensation allowing him to hold a benefice (Faculty Office Registers .¡¡¸–¸ç, ed. D. S.
Chambers (Oxford :q66), .o8). Emden (BRUO .¡o.–.¡¸o, .¡8) records an Oxford graduate of
the same name, also a Welshman, who in :¸¡8 became vicar of Holy Rood, Southampton, but
Emden had no evidence for his being a former religious. It is possible that Bale has confounded
two individuals.
⁵⁵ John Hinton (:¡th cent.) [Prof. R. M. Thomson]
—– Suppositiones, inc. ‘Quia ignorantibus supposiciones terminorum materies proposi-
cionum latent’
Worcester Cathedral, MS F. ¸¸ (s. xiv
x
), fol. :o¡r [‘expliciunt supposiciones magistri
Iohannis de Hyntone’].
⁵⁶ John Huntman
—– Summa logicae: ed. L. M. de Rijk, Iohannes Venator Anglicus. Logica, Grammatica
speculativa 6 (Stuttgart :qqq).
⁵⁷ John Landreyn (†:¡oq)
In London, University College, MS lat. :. fols. 8¸–:¸., .o¸–.:¡ (s. xvⁿ) [now misbound], there
are two medical regimina ascribed to John Landreyn, ‘doctorem in physica et magistrum in theo-
logia’, at fols. 88r–8qr; a second copy of one of them is on fol. :.¸r (MMBL, :. ¸¡.–¸).
⁵⁸ John Luke [Dr C. L. Nighman]
—– sermon before the Council (Konstanz :¡:¸): unpr.; excerpt, ed. H. Finke, Acta
Concilii Constanciensis (Münster :8q6–:q.¸), .. ¡¡.–¡.
Koblenz, Landeshauptarchiv, Abt. ¸o: Nr. :q. (s. xv), fols. :::r–::8v [‘sermo Iohannis
Lucis anglici sacre theologie bachalarii’].
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⁵⁹ John Lutterell
—– sermon [Prof. R. M. Thomson]
Worcester Cathedral, MS Q. q (s. xiv¹), fols. :q¡r–:q¸v.
⁶⁰ *‡ Jr\x M\irr\n+ (fl. :¸¡o)
Tanner, ¸o¡. A Frenchman, offering himself to Henry VIII as ‘regius orator’, he is known to
have been at court in :¸¡o/¡:; he dedicated copies of his French cosmography to François I
(BNF MS fr. :¸8.) as well as to Henry VIII (BL MS Royal .o B. xiii).
Maillart added a dedicatory letter to the calligraphic copy of the Latin Psalter that he made
for Henry VIII, BL MS Royal . A. x\i (c:¸¡o).
—– Paraphrastica in precationem dominicam elegia, sixty elegiac couplets on the Lord’s
Prayer, presented to Henry VIII
BL MS Royal ¸ D. xiii (c:¸¡o) [presentation copy].
—– writings in French
⁶¹ John de Mallyngis ( ) [Prof. R. M. Thomson]
Writer’s name and title of work were both misread by Floyer in the Worcester
catalogue and therefore appeared under Robert de Mallingys.
—– Reportationes de causis
Worcester Cathedral, MS Q. qo (s. xiii/xiv), fols. ¸6r–6¸v.
⁶² *John Neot OSB († after :¸¸8), sometime monk of Glastonbury
BRUO .¡o.–.¡¸o, ¡:¡. When Queen Mary restored conventual life at Westminster in :¸¸¡, John
Neot joined the community.
Robert Joseph in :¸¸. twice asks to be able to read Neot’s orationes composed for St
Leonard’s day (epp. :¸¡, :6:); these must have been mentioned in a letter from Neot and were
presumably composed for 6 November :¸¸:.
⁶³ *Sir John Oldcastle (†:¡:¸)
Bale, Index, .¸¡–¸; Bale, Catalogus, :. ¸¸6–¸; Tanner, ¸6:; DNB.
Two Latin letters survive: the first to Woksa of Waldstein (dated 8 September :¡:o), ed.
V. Novotny, M. Jana Husi Korespondence a dokumenty (Prague :q.o), no. .:; the second to King
Wenceslas (:¡:./:¸), ed. J. Loserth, ‘Über die Beziehungen zwischen englischen und böhmis-
chen Wiclifiten in den beiden ersten Jahrzehnten des :¸. Jahrhunderts’, Mitteilungen des Instituts
für österreichisches Geschichtsforschung :. (:8q:) .¸¡–6q.
The proceedings against Sir John Oldcastle in :¡:¸ were incorporated in Fasciculi zizaniorum,
ed. W. W. Shirley, RS ¸ (:8¸8), ¡¸¸–¸o. Here, ¡¸8–q, is found the confession of faith in English
to which Bale refers.
⁶⁴ John Paschal [Dr P. Nold]
The sermons attributed to John Paschal by John Bale, in BL MS Royal ¸ B. i, are
the work of the French cardinal Bertrand de la Tour OFM (†:¸¸¸; C. Langlois in HLF
¸6 (:q.¸) :qo–.o¸). This is shown by P. Nold in Carmelus ¡¸ (:qq8) :¸¸–6..
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⁶⁵ John of Reading OFM
—– Commentary on the Lombard’s Sentences: (I d. : q. 6) ed. G. Alliney, ‘Fra Scoto
a Ockham: Giovanni di Reading e il debattito sulla libertà a Oxford (:¸:o–:¸.o)’,
Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale ¸ (:qq6) .¡¸–¸68 (text, .q.–¸68).
⁶⁶ John Russell OFM
—– Commentary on the Song of Songs: a secondary witness to the text is provided by
the four manuscripts of the anonymous Franciscan work, Glossa tripartita super Cantica,
on which see K. Schepers in AFH 88 (:qq¸) ¡¸¸–¸o.. A further but incomplete copy
of Russell’s commentary in Reun, Stiftsbibliothek, MS ¸6 fols. :.¸–:¸o.
⁶⁷ John of Salisbury
—– Epistolae: Both letter-collections and other letters now lost are known from extracts
arranged as a tabula in Durham Cathedral, MS A. IV. 8 fols. ¸¸r–¸qv (s. xiv); A. J.
Piper, ‘New evidence for the Becket correspondence and John of Salisbury’s letters’,
in The World of John of Salisbury, ed. M. J. Wilks, Studies in Church History, Subsidia ¸
(Oxford :q8¡), ¡¸q–¡¡¡. [Prof. Brooke]
—– Vita Anselmi: ed. A. Nadeau, MA diss. (Westfield College London, :q86).
⁶⁸ Iohannes Scotus Eriugena
—– Glossae biblicae .IOH.: ed. J. J. Contreni & P. P. O Neill, Glossae diuinae historiae. The
Biblical Glosses of John Scottus Eriugena, Millennio medievale : (Florence :qq¸).
⁶⁹ John Somer
—– (attrib.) Chronica quaedam breuis [:oo:–:¸¸.]: ed. J. I. Catto & L. R. Mooney, Cam-
den Miscellany ¸¡, Camden ¸th ser. :o (:qq8), ..:–¡q (Cotton text), .¸:–8¸ (Royal
text). Annal entries are added to a ¸¸.-year Easter table beginning (unusually) in :oo:.
The attribution was added in the Cotton manuscript, perhaps in the hand of William
Worcester (†:¡8.); the editors give circumstantial reasons for thinking that the author
of the common stock of annals may have been John Turk DTh († by :¸q¸), fellow of
Merton (BRUO :q:6–:¸).
BL MS Cotton Domitian A. ii fols. :–8 (s. xiv
x
–xvⁿ), fols. .r–¸r [continued over a
period of twenty years from the :¸8os].
BL MS Royal :¸ C. i (s. xv), fols. ¡¸r–¸ov.
Bodl. MS Digby ¸¸ (s. xiv²), fols. .¡r–(¸:).
⁷⁰ John of Wakefield
—– Quaestiones on Aristotle’s Physica: unpr.; Lohr, ¸o:. An extract from q. : (fols. .68rr–
.6qr) is printed and discussed by S. Ebbesen, ‘The more, the less: natural philosophy
and sophismata in the thirteenth century’, in La nouvelle Physique du XIV siècle, ed. S.
Caroti & P. Souffrin (Florence :qq¸), q–¡¡ (text, ¸¸–¡¡).
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⁷¹ John Wyclif
—–, Questions on Aristotle’s Meteora: not known to survive. Among the books given
to Syon abbey by John Bracebridge we find ‘Wyclyf super tres libros methereorum et
super 8 libros phisicorum’ (C.:¸ erased but preserved in the index, SS.. ¡8; the second
part would appear to be Wyclif’s Quaestiones on Aristotle’s Physica). This evidence is
supported by an entry in a :¸th-cent. catalogue from the Carolinum in Prague, ‘F.¸
Wigleff super Metheorum’ (J. Becka & J. Benda, Katalogy knihoven koleji Karlovy University
(Prague :q¡8), fol. 6¸).
⁷² *Nicholas of Broomfield OSA (:.¸q–after :¸.6), canon of Little Dunmow
Tanner, :¸o.
—– (attrib.) Annals of Little Dunmow priory [::o¡–?:¸.6]: unpr. Authorship is in-
ferred from the entry in :.¸q, ‘natus Nicholas de Bromfeld postea canonicus de Dun-
mawe’; after :¸.6 there are only a few isolated entries down to :¸o:, but that for :¸¸:
could be by the original author. [ J. M. W. Willoughby]
BL MS Cotton Cleopatra C. iii (s. xvii), fols. .8:r–.qov.
⁷³ ‘Paul the Englishman’
The attribution was given currency by Goldast but is no more than a guess. The
work originated in Poland and its probable author is Petrus Wysz Radolinus (c:¸¸¡–
:¡:¡), bishop of Cracow; W. Se´ nko, Piotr Wysz z Radolina. I jiego dzieło Speculum aureum
(Warsaw :qq¸).
⁷⁴ Peter of Blois
—– Poems: ed. C. Wollin, CCCM :.8 (:qq8).
⁷⁵ Peter of Henham
—– Walden Chronicle: ed. D. E. Greenway & L. Watkiss, OMT (:qqq).
⁷⁶ Peter of Ireland
—– Commentary on Aristotle’s Peri hermenias: ed. M. Dunne, Philosophes médiévaux
¸¡ (Louvain :qq6). This volume also reprints Baeumker’s edition of Peter’s Determinatio
magistralis.
⁷⁷ *Peter of Kelloe OSB (early :¡th. cent.), monk of Durham
—– Tabula to Valerius Maximus’ Memorabilia
Durham Cathedral, MS A. IV. 8 fols. ::¸r–:¸8v [?autograph].
⁷⁸ Peter Payne
Indexes to ten works of John Wyclif are found with a general ascription to Payne
in Prague, National Library, MS X E. :: (\n :¡¸.–¸), fols. :r–:¸.v; four of them have
specific ascriptions to himin this copy. For some of them unascribed copies also exist in
Prague. Discussed by A. M. Hudson, ‘Accessus ad auctorem: the case of John Wyclif’,
Viator ¸o (:qqq) ¸.¸–¡¡ (at ¸¸¸–¸), who concludes that they are unlikely to be his work.
:¡ L\+ix vni+rns
⁷⁹ *Petrus Ruffensis ( )
Bodl. MS Lyell :6 (s. xiv, England), fols. :r–:¸.r, is a Summula uitiorum in ::¸ chapters, of which
the first, Contra peccatum in genere, inc. ‘Quis diues libenter transiret per uiam in qua certissime
sciret se spoliandum’; the following text, fols. :¸.r–:¸¸r, a sermon, ‘Dentes tui sicut greges &c. [Ct
¡:.] Vox est Christi ad ecclesiam in Canticis Canticorum’, is headed as chapter ::6. In the late
:¸th cent. the manuscript belonged to John Manby OSB († after :¡q¡, BRUO :.:.–:¸), a monk
of Durham, who wrote the book’s title on the front pastedown as ‘Petrus Ruffensis in summula
uiciorum’. This author is unknown, but the surname may refer to a monk of Rochester. The
only other known copy of the work is English and anonymous, CUL MS Ff. 6. .¸ (s. xv),
describing itself as ‘Tractatus ualde bonus de exemplis naturalibus, habundancia exemplorum
et similitudinum cum moralitate multum utili’ (Bloomfield ¡8¡o).
⁸⁰ ‘Ralph Acton’, Ralph of Arundel
Both entries refer to Radulfus Ardens, whose date of death should be corrected to
† after ::o:.
⁸¹ §Ralph of Battle OSB (c:o¡o–::.¡), monk of Caen, prior of Rochester, later abbot of
Battle
R. W. Southern, ‘St Anselm and his English pupils’, MARS : (:q¡:–¸) .¡–q; id. St Anselm and his
Biographer (Cambridge :q6¸), .o6–q.
In the early Rochester manuscript the prologue to De peccatore et ratione is inscribed ‘prologus
Rodulfi monachi et peccatoris’, whomBale, Catalogus, :. :q¸, conjecturally identified with Ralph,
monk of Westminster and prior of Hurley, that is Ralph of Arundel (†:..¸). Southern in :q¡:
recognized the group of texts in three closely related copies and proposed to identify their author
with Anselm’s pupil and successor, Ralph d’Escures, who was bishop of Rochester ::o8–:::¡. By
:q6¸ he had changed his opinion and argued that Ralph, monk of Caen, who came to England
with Lanfranc and served until ::o¸ as prior of Rochester, was a more likely identification; this
attribution has won widespread agreement.
—– De octo a monachis obseruandis: ed. L. D’Achéry, Beati Lanfranci opera omnia (Paris :6¡8),
repr. PL :¸o. 6¸¸–q; ed. D. H. Farmer, Studia monastica :: (:q6q) :q–.q.
BL MS Royal ¸ A. iii (s. xii
x
, Bardney), fols. ¸¡v–(¸¸).
BL MS Royal 8 E. x\ii (s. xiii/xiv), fols. :qr–(.:).
BL MS Royal :. C. i (s. xiiⁿ, Rochester), fols. 6:v–(66).
Bodl. MS Fairfax :¸ (SC ¸8q¸) (s. xii², Louth Park), fol. 6¡ [part, with commentary].
Bodl. MS Laud Misc. ¸6¸ (s. xiiⁿ, St Albans), fols. .¸r–.qv.
Oxford, Brasenose College, MS :. (s. xv), fol. :q.v–(:q¸) [ascr. Lanfranc].
Oxford, St John’s College, MS :¸o (s. xv¹), fols. ¸¡r–(¸6).
—– De peccatore et de ratione, inc. ‘Cum primum istud opus incepi’ (prol.), ‘In hac medi-
tatione peccator’
BL MS Royal ¸ A. iii (s. xii
x
, Bardney), fols. :r–(¸¡).
BL MS Royal :. C. i (s. xiiⁿ, Rochester), fols. .v–(6:).
Bodl. MS Laud Misc. ¸6¸ (s. xiiⁿ, St Albans), fols. :r–.¸r.
—– De perpetua uirginitate sanctae Mariae, inc. ‘De nostra Domina sancta Maria dulcissima
matre’
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BL MS Royal :. C. i (s. xiiⁿ, Rochester), fols. ( )–(¸¡).
Oxford, St John’s College, MS :¸o (s. xv¹), fols. :oqv–(::.).
Bodl. MS Laud Misc. ¸6¸ (s. xiiⁿ, St Albans), fols. ¸:v–¸¸v.
—– Fides exposita de ueritate corporis et sanguinis Domini, inc. ‘Credo quod panis et uinum
que preparantur’
BL MS Royal ¸ A. iii (s. xii
x
, Bardney), fols. ¸¸v–(¡o).
BL MS Royal :. C. i (s. xiiⁿ, Rochester), fols. 66r–( ).
Bodl. MS Laud Misc. ¸6¸ (s. xiiⁿ, St Albans), fols. .qv–¸:v.
—– Fides exposita quomodo creditur unus Deus trinitas et trinitas unus Deus, inc. ‘Credo adoro
et ueneror unum Deum’
BL MS Royal ¸ A. iii (s. xii
x
, Bardney), fols. ¸8v–(6¡).
BL MS Royal :. C. i (s. xiiⁿ, Rochester), fols. :o¡r–(::¸).
—– Meditatio cuiusdam Christiani de fide, inc. ‘Quicunque in sanctitate desiderat proficere’
BL MS Royal ¸ A. iii (s. xii
x
, Bardney), fols. ¡or–(¸8).
BL MS Royal :. C. i (s. xiiⁿ, Rochester), fols. ¸¡v–(:o¸).
Bodl. MS Laud Misc. ¸6¸ (s. xiiⁿ, St Albans), fols. ¸¸v–¡.v.
Oxford, St John’s College, MS :¸o (s. xv¹), fols. ¸6v–(¡6).
doubtful
—– (attrib.) Orationes et meditationes: Thirteen prayers and meditations follow the works of Ralph
in Bodl. MS Laud Misc. ¸6¸, fols. ¸¸v–¸8r, which Southern, MARS : (:q¡:–¸) :¡–:q, .¡–¸,
argued were by the same author. Most of this group is found together in a number of French
manuscripts and was incorporated in collections of such prayers and meditations under the
name of Axsrrx.
⁸² *R\rrn or Br\t\\is (fl. ::¡o–::8o)
Ralph is referred to by Helinand as his teacher and a former pupil of Abelard: ‘Huius etiamPetri
Abaelardi discipulus fuit magister meus, qui me docuit a puero, Radulfus, natione Anglicus,
cognomento grammaticus ecclesiae Beluacensis, uir tam in diuinis quam in saecularibus litteris
eruditus’ (PL .:.. :o¸¸D). He was praised by Gerald of Wales (Speculum ecclesiae, pref.) and figures
as a correspondent of Peter of Blois (ep. 6).
R. W. Hunt, ‘Studies on Priscian in the twelfth century . The school of Ralph of Beauvais’,
MARS . (:q¸o–¸¡) :–¸6 (at ::–:6). The surviving copies are unascribed, but their relationship
with ascribed attestations in medieval catalogues provide a basis for identification; Hunt dis-
cusses the internal evidence for common authorship.
—– Liber Titan, inc. ‘Quandoque nomini quod per appellationem (appositionem)’
Bern, Burgerbibliothek, MS ¸:q (s. xiii), fols. ::6r–:¸¸v [anon.].
BL MS Add. :6¸8o (s. xiii), fols. :::r–::qv [anon.].
Attested copies
Canterbury, c:¸oo, ‘Summa eiusdem [sc. R. Beluacensis] qui uocatur Tytan’ (BC¡.
6¡¡e).
Waltham, c:.oo, ‘Titan magistri Radulfi cum questionibus dialectice et grammatice’
(A¸8. ¸8).
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—– Summa super Donatum, inc. ‘Quia grammatica prima est artium’
Brugge, Stadsbibliotheek, MS ¸¡¸ (s. xiii), fol. ::¸v [beginning of text only].
BL MS Add. :6¸8o (s. xiii), fols. :.¸v–:.¸r.
Attested copy
Canterbury, Christ Church, c:¸oo, ‘Summa magistri R. Beluacensis super Donatum’
(BC¡. 6¡¡d).
—– (?) Verba praeceptiua, inc. ‘Verba preceptiua tam cum datiuo quam cum accusatiuo’:
part ed. E. Kalinka, Wiener Studien :6 (:8q¡) .88–qo [from the incomplete Paris MS].
The work is anonymous in all copies and has not the merit of an attribution in the
medieval catalogues, but it sometimes circuates with Ralph’s work and Hunt observes
that it has much in common with his Liber Titan.
BL MS Add. :6¸8o (s. xiii), fols. :.or–:.¸v.
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, MS M. q sup. (s. xiii), fols. :¸or–(:q¸v).
BNF MS lat. :8o¸. (s. xii), fols. :¸¡r–( ) [ends imperfect].
Tarragona, Biblioteca pública provincial, MS ¸¡ (s. xii/xiii), fols. :.¡v–:¸:v.
Attested copies
Evesham, given by Thomas of Marlborough, c:.oo, ‘multas notas de arte grammatica
cum uerbis preceptiuis’ (B.q. :¡).
Waltham, c:.oo (A¸8. ¸q).
⁸³ Ralph of Coggeshall
—– Chronicon terrae sanctae is anonymous and was associated with Ralph by Bale only on
the strength of its surviving in a Coggeshall copy of Ralph’s Chronicon Anglicanum, with
a reference at the end to the work of Richard de Templo that may have been added by
Ralph; Stubbs expressed strong doubts about the attribution (RS ¸8/: (:86¡), lv–lvi),
and James Willoughby thinks the text is more likely to be a chronicle from a military
order. [ J. M. W. Willoughby]
⁸⁴ *Ralph OGilb († after :.o¸), canon and sacrist of Sempringham
Identified by R. Foreville as the likely author of Vita S. Gileberti, ed. R. Foreville &
G. Keir, OMT (:q8¸); see discussion, lxxiii–lxxv. Perhaps further to be identified with
Radulfus de Insula, a member of the legation to Rome to urge the canonization.
⁸⁵ §Ranulf OCist (:.th cent.), monk of Fountains, later abbot of Lysa in Norway
Leland, Scriptores, :86, :88; Bale, Catalogus, .. :¡q–¸o (‘Ranulphus Cisterciensis’); Tanner, 6:6.
The name was taken by Leland from Hugh of Kirkstall, but he had no direct evidence for
treating him as a writer.
—– (attrib.) Passio et miracula beati Olaui: ed. T. Metcalfe, Anecdota Oxoniensia (:88:);
BHL 6¸..–¡. So attributed by D. L. T. Bethell, ‘Fountains abbey and the state of
St Mary’s York in ::¸.’, JEH :¸ (:q66) ::–.¸ at .on. Metcalfe had attributed the
whole work to Eystein, archbishop of Nidaros ::6:–::88, who was only responsible for
the latter part, ‘Tractatus S. Augustini episcopi’. The author of the first part was not
Norwegian. Ranulf was abbot of Lysa but retired in old age to Fountains; the only
L\+ix vni+rns :¸
extant copy, from Fountains, is bound in a Norwegian sealskin. Eystein had contacts
with the monks of Lysa.
Oxford, Corpus Christi College, MS .oq (s. xiiiⁿ, Fountains).
⁸⁶ Reginald of Canterbury
—– Carmina: reference to Liebermann’s edition should read Neues Archiv :¸ (:888) ¸:q–
¸6 (as correctly under Thomas II, archbishop of York).
⁸⁷ Reginald of Walsingham (:¸th cent.) [Prof. Thomson]
Date must be earlier than in published handlist; R. M. Thomson points to Roger
Computista’s Liber de signis monachorum as evidence.
⁸⁸ Retinaldus
Tanner, 6..–¸.
Evidence of date comes from a second copy, now Wolfenbüttel, Herzog-August-
Bibliothek, MS :6o. : Extra. (s. xii, England). [Prof.
Thomson]
⁸⁹ *Richard Bromsgrove OSB (†:¡¸¸), abbot of Evesham
Tanner, :.¸; DNB; BRUO ¸. xvi.
Tanner refers to the register of his abbacy at Evesham, now BL MS Cotton Titus C. ix.
There he found mention of his writing something ‘de fraterna correctione canonice exercenda’
(fol. ¸.).
⁹⁰ §Ricn\nn or Cinrxcrs+rn OSB (†:¡o:), monk of Westminster
Ralph Hanna’s drawing attention to this entry (JML 8 (:qq8) .¡¸) combined with
my regret at omitting Bertram’s forgery has led me to revise the entry.
Tanner, 6.¸, 6¸o; DNB; Pearce, :oo. Bale has several entries that are confusing: ‘Richardus
Cicestrius, monachus Westmonasteriensis’ (Index, ¸¡:–.; Bale, Catalogus, :. ¡¸o) describes Ranulf
Higden’s Polychronicon, while ‘Ricardus de Cyrencestria’ (Index, ¸¡¸) seems more likely to be
Richard Wyche. This and other confusion over Richard’s work are examined by J. E. B. Mayor,
RS ¸o/.. xi–xvii.
—– (& others) inventory (:¸88): ed. J. Wickham Legg, Archaeologia ¸. (:8qo) :q¸–.86.
—– Speculum historiale de gestis regum Angliae [¡¡¸–:o66]: ed. J. E. B. Mayor, RS ¸o (:86¸–
q).
CUL MS Ff. :. .8 (s. xiv).
doubtful
—– (?) Tractatus super symbolum maius et minus: not identified. There was a copy at
Peterborough in the late :¡th cent. (MS T. iv). The attribution in the Peterborough
catalogue to Master Richard de Cicestre was taken by Tanner to refer to the monk of
Westminster.
spurious
:8 L\+ix vni+rns
—– Liber de officiis ecclesiasticis, inc. ‘Officium est’: not known to survive, but cited by
William Woodford in his Contra Trialogum Wyclif (ed. Brown, :. :qo). The work is said
by Kirkstead (K¸o.; Bale, Index, ¸¡¸) to be in seven books, but the author is given
as Richard of Cirencester, bishop of Chichester, a confused name that may point to
Richard Wyche. In any case Kirkstead is unlikely to have included a writer still living.
modern forgery
—–, De situ Britanniae: ed. C. Bertram (Copenhagen :¸¸8), repr. in W. Stukeley, Itinerar-
ium curiosum (London :¸¸6), ¸q–:68. The author is named as Ricardus Corinensis,
monk of Westminster; Corinium is the Roman name for Cirencester. The work, anal-
ysed and discussed by Mayor, RS ¸o/.. xvii–clxiv, is a forgery perpetrated by Charles
Bertram (:¸.¸–:¸6¸), given currency by William Stukeley (:68¸–:¸6¸), and exposed by
B. B. Woodward (:8:6–:86q) in :866.
⁹¹ Richard Ferrybridge
—– Logica: (fols. 8¸rb–8qva) ed. M. Bertagna, ‘La definizione della modalità nella sec-
onda parte della Logica di Richard Ferrybridge’, Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica
medievale q (:qq8) ¸8¸–¡¡o (text, ¡:¸–¡o); (fols. 8qv–qov) ed. M. Bertagna, ‘La teoria
dell’ inferenza nelle opere di Richard Ferrybridge’, Documenti e studi sulla tradizione
filosofica medievale ¸ (:qq¡) ¸.¸–¸6 (text, ¸¸:–6).
⁹² Richard Fishacre
—– Quaestio on the eternity of the world: ed. R. J. Long, ‘The first Oxford debate on
the eternity of the world’, RTPM 6¸ (:qq8) ¸¡–q6 (text, 68–q6).
—– Quaestio on light, an additional note on the Lombard’s Sentences, II :¸. .: ed. R.
J. Long & T. B. Noone, ‘Fishacre and Rufus on the metaphysics of light: two unedited
texts’, in Roma Magistra mundi. Mélanges Leonard Boyle (Louvain :qq8), .. ¸:¸–¡8 (text,
¸¸o–¸6).
⁹³ Richard Fleming [Dr C. L. Nighman]
An additional sermon from the Council at Konstanz was identified by J. B.
Schneyer, who mistook the dating evidence provided by the manuscript; C. L.
Nighman, ‘New dating for Ecce sedes posita in caelo, a sermon by Richard Fleming
at the Council of Constance’, Notes & Queries .¡o (new ser. ¡.) (:qq¸), ¡¸¸–¡.
His sermons before the Council at Konstanz are now edited by C. L. Nighman,
Reform and Humanism in the Sermons of Richard Fleming at the Council of Constance (.¸.,), PhD
diss. (University of Toronto :qq6). One has appeared in print, ed. C. L. Nighman, ‘Ac-
cipiant qui vocati sunt: Richard Fleming’s Reform Sermon at the Council of Constance’,
JEH ¸: (.ooo), :–¸6 (text, ????).
⁹⁴ Sir Richard Morison
His notes on passages from the Old Testament, dated :¡ October :¸¸¸, are now bound among
miscellaneous papers as BL MS Royal ¸ C. x\i fols. .:.–(..8); calendared in Letters and Papers of
the reign of Henry VIII , :./.. ¸:6–:¸ (no. qo¡).
L\+ix vni+rns :q
—– Liber dominorum et tenentium, also headed Rerum ac muniorum clientelarium liber primus:
unpr.; G. R. Elton, ‘Reform by statute: Thomas Starkey’s Dialogue and Thomas
Cromwell’s policy’, Proceedings of the British Academy ¸¡ (:q68) :6¸–88 (at :¸¸–8o).
The text is a draft version in Latin of the common law on tenures and services;
its origin is explained by a separate preface in English, ‘Perswasion to the King that
the laws of the realme shulde be in Latin’; the two are uniformly bound though now
shelved separately. Both are anonymous, but the draft of the preface exists in another
manuscript, from where the correcting hand was identified as Morison’s (Letters and
Papers of the reign of Henry VIII , :¸. ¸o¸ (app. .)).
BL MS Cotton Faustina C. ii (c:¸¸6), fols. ¸r–(..) [author’s draft of preface].
BL MS Royal :8 A. r (c:¸¸6) [preface] + Royal :: A. x\i (c:¸¸6) [specimen of
proposed version].
⁹⁵ Richard Pace
—– (attrib.) Julius exclusus e caelis (:¸:¸): printed anonymously, [Louvain ?:¸:8], &c.;
ed. W. K. Ferguson, Erasmi opuscula (The Hague :q¸¸), 6¸–:.¡. Erasmus was suspected
of being the author, and, though he denied it, the work has been printed among his
works; editions listed by Ferguson, ¸¸–6.. A persuasive attribution to Richard Pace
has been argued by C. M. Curtis, Richard Pace on pedagogy, counsel and satire, PhD diss.
(Cambridge :qq¸).
Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, MS A. ix. 6¡ (\n :¸:6) [in the hand of Bonifacius Amerbach
of Basel].
⁹⁶ Richard Rufus
—– Commentary on the Lombard’s Sentences: (II d. :¸ q. :) ed. R. J. Long & T. B.
Noone, ‘Fishacre and Rufus on the metaphysics of light: two unedited texts’, in Roma
Magistra mundi. Mélanges Leonard Boyle (Louvain :qq8), .. ¸:¸–¡8 (text, ¸¸¸–¡8).
⁹⁷ Richard Wyche
—– letter to Jan Hus: There is a better edition than the one cited; ed. V. Novotny, M.
Jana Husi Korespondence a dokumenty (Prague :q.o), no. ... [Prof. A. M. Hudson]
⁹⁸ §Ricn\nn Yotxo (†:¡:8), bishop of Bangor, later bishop of Rochester
C. T. Allmand, ‘A bishop of Bangor during the Glyn Dwr revolt: Richard Young’, Journal of the
Historical Society of the Church in Wales .¸ (:q68) ¡¸–¸6.
—– Tractatus de sedatione schismatis Via, ueritas, uita (:¸q¸), inc. ‘Occurrit quod scribitur Jo.
xiiii et transumptiue in parte viii di. Si consuetudinem [D. 8 c. ¸] et xii (sic) q. iii c. Abiit [C.
:: q. ¸ c. 8¸], scilicet Via ueritas et uita [ Jo :¡:6]. Ambulandum est igitur in uia quamuis
dura, per quam deuenitur ad ueritatem et de ueritate ad uitam’: unpr.; M. M. Harvey,
Solutions to the Schism. A study of some English attitudes .¡,8 to .¸oç, Kirchengeschichtliche
Quellen und Studien :. (St. Ottilien :q8¸), :o6–:oq. Harvey, ::¸–.6, also discusses two
draft letters in BL MS Harley ¡¸: (s. xv), fols. .r–v + ::r–v, ::¸r–v, which ‘so closely
resemble Young’s tract of :¸q¸ that they must either be by Young or by someone who
was using his earlier work’.
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BAV MS Vat. lat. ¡:¸¸ (s. xv), fols. q¸r–:oor [ascr. ‘per dominum Richardum Ingh’].
ÖNB MS ¸o6¡ (s. xv), fols. ¡.r–¡8v [ascr.].
⁹⁹ Robert of Cricklade
Date of death can hardly be after ::88 as stated; apparently dead not later than
::¸¡ (Emden).
¹⁰⁰ Robert the Englishman (late :¸th cent.)
—– Canones de astrolabio: by Ronrn+ or Cnrs+rn, under whose name the work already
appears correctly.
¹⁰¹ *Robert Gilbert (†:¡¡8), bishop of London [Dr C. L. Nighman]
BRUO ¸66–¸.
—– sermon before the Council (Konstanz :¡:¸): unpr.; H. Finke, Acta Concilii Constan-
ciensis (Münster :8q6–:q.¸), .. ¡¡6 (as Master Robert); J. B. Schneyer, ‘Konstanzer
Konzilspredigten’, Zeitschrift für die Geschichte des Oberrheins ::¸ (:q6¸), ¸8¸.
Berlin [cited by Finke].
Cracow [ascr.; cited by Schneyer].
¹⁰² Robert Lechlade
—– sermon (Oxford :¸q¸): ed. S. Wenzel, Traditio ¸¸ (:qq8) .o¸–.¸o (text, .o6–..¡).
¹⁰³ Robert the Lotharingian
What is the evidence for his work as an Arabist and an astronomer? Nothing
more, I suspect, than William of Malmesbury’s words, ‘omnium liberalium artium
peritissimus, abacum precipue et lunarem compotum et celestium cursum astrorum
rimatus’ (Gesta pontificum, ed. Hamilton, ¸oo).
¹⁰⁴ Robert de Mallingys [Prof. R. M. Thomson]
A misreading in the Worcester catalogue gave rise to this error for John de Mal-
lyngis.
¹⁰⁵ Robert Whittington
—– Pumex in calcographi mendas: ed. D. R. Carlson, ‘Three Tudor epigrams’, HLov ¡¸
(:qq6) :8q–.oo (text, :q8–q).
¹⁰⁶ *Robert de Tautona OSA (late :.th cent.), canon of Bodmin
The canon may be named from Tawton (Devon) or, since the reading of his name could equally
well be ‘Tantona’, from Taunton (Som).
—–, De corpore S. Petroci furato et restituto, an account of the relic theft of ::¸¸, incorporated
in the dossier on St Petroc: ed. P. Grosjean, ‘Vie et miracles de S. Petroc’, AB ¸¡ (:q¸6)
:¸:–88, ¡¸o–q6 (text, :¸¡–88); BHL ???.
Gotha, Forschungs- und Landesbibliothek, MS Memb. I 8: (s. xiv, England), fols. :¡¸r–
:¡8v.
L\+ix vni+rns .:
¹⁰⁷ *Robert of Woodkirk OSA (†::qq), prior of Nostell
The probable author of version B of the foundation-legend of St Andrews, written
::¡¡×::¸¸; M. O. Anderson in The Scottish Tradition. Essays in honour of Ronald Gordon
Cant, ed. G. W. S. Barrow (St Andrews :q¸¡).
¹⁰⁸ ‘Robert of Worcester’
The augmented version of the ordinary gloss on Matthew, one of several works attributed by
Stegmüller to Robert of Worcester (Bibl. ¸¡q6, qq¡8), an unknown figure, is also found with
a prologue signed ‘R. Wigorn.’ in Salamanca, Biblioteca de la universidad, MS ..o (s. xiii),
fols. :r–( ). This copy was not listed by Stegmüller. The only one with any appearance of an a
scription in his list is BAVMS Vat. lat. q¡:: (s. xiii), fols. :–:¡q, ascribed, he suggests to ‘Robertus
canonicus archib.’ (so Stegmüller); the name is an owner or donor inscription, partly erased,
on an endleaf, fol. :8oAr, ‘Matheus Rob’ archid’ [[ * * ]] canon’ s’ [[ * * ]]’, and
neither preface nor text contains any indication of authorship. Investigation of the Salamanca
manuscript is needed.
The rest of Stegmüller’s entry would appear to be extrapolation to other works contained
in manuscripts that have this text without ascription.
¹⁰⁹ Roger Computista (:¸th cent.) [Prof. Thomson]
Atext surviving in two :¸th-cent. copies provides evidence that changes his inferred
date from :¡th cent. to :¸th cent.
—– (?) Liber de signis monachorum: unpr.; R. M. Thomson, The Archives of the abbey of
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk Records Society .: (:q8o), :¡o. The text survives unascribed
in two custumal collections from Bury; the heading is ‘Prologus in libro de signis
monachorum domino Rogero Compotiste misso’.
CUL MS Add. 6oo6 (s. xiii², Bury), fols. iv·–xi
v
+ ¸6v–8or (Thomson, :¡o).
BL MS Harley :oo¸ pt ¸ (s. xiii², Bury), fols. .o¸r–.:or (Thomson, :¡¡).
¹¹⁰ Sedulius Scottus
—– Collectaneum in Apostolum: ed. H. J. Frede & H. Stanjek, Vetus Latina. Aus der
Geschichte der lateinschen Bibel ¸:–¸. (Freiburg :qq6–¸).
¹¹¹ *Seger OSB ( ), monk of Peterborough
Several titles are mentioned in the Matricularium of the library at Peterborough, but none has
been identified: ‘poenitentiale a canonibus compendiose extractum’ (BP.:..¸¡d) and ‘liber pen-
itencialis per decreta et decretales effectus’ (BP.:..¡¸j) are presumably the same; so perhaps is
his ‘Tractatus de confessione’ (BP.:.:¸¸c). The work titled ‘Summa Segeri’ occurs with books on
the same topic and may again be the same work.
¹¹² Senatus of Worcester [N. E. Karn]
Add ep. 6 to Walter of Coutances, archbishop of Rouen, and renumber ep. 6 as ep.
¸; the Bodleian manuscript contains epp. :–¸, but one was omitted from the catalogue
description.
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¹¹³ Simeon of Durham
Simeon should have ‡ against his name in the text (as he does in the Index of
Surnames). My reading of Piper and Gullick in Anglo-Norman Durham (:qq¡) led me
to conclude that he was almost certainly a Norman from the household of Bishop
William of Saint-Calais, but I must have had a failure of nerve in the text. Gullick has
now strengthened the case, which is accepted by Rollason, Symeon of Durham (Stamford
:qq8), ¸–¡.
—– Libellus de exordio et procursu ecclesiae Dunelmensis: ed. D. W. Rollason, OMT (.ooo).
¹¹⁴ Simon of Hinton
—– Postills on Job: the same text is listed under Simon of Hinton and Williamof Alton.
Authorship unresolved, but the mistake was made by Kaeppeli as well as Stegmüller.
¹¹⁵ Thomas Bradwardine
—– De continuo: part ed. V. P. Zoubov, ‘Traktat Bradvardina “O kontinououmié” ’,
Istoriko-matematitcheskiié issledovania :¸ (:q6o) ¸8¸–¡¡o [BAMAT 6. ¡:.o].
¹¹⁶ Thomas de Braundeston OFM († after :¸.8)
Michael of Cesena writes of ‘fratre Thoma de Braunceston de Anglia, nicromantico, alchimista,
haeretico’ as someone ejected from the order in England who was none the less allowed to live as
a secular in the papal court at Avignon by John XXII (ed. G. Gál & D. Flood, Nicolaus Minorita,
Chronica. Documentation on Pope John XXII, Michael of Cesena and the Poverty of Christ (St Bonaventure,
NY, :qq6), ¡:q–.o. In :¸.8 he was allowed to transfer from the Franciscans to the Dominicans
(Bullarium Franciscanum, vol. ¸, no. ¸.o).
¹¹⁷ Thomas Chesterfield [Prof. Brooke]
Chesterfield was merely the donor of one copy of the work. It is suggested that
the author of the history was Alan of Ashbourne, whose autograph is BL MS Cotton
Cleopatra D. ix; the date of the manuscript should be amended to s. xiv¯¹) (Brooke
in English Episcopal Acta :¡ Coventry and Lichfield .o,:–..¡ç (:qq¸), :.¸).
¹¹⁸ Thomas of Chobham
—– Summa de commendatione uirtutum et extirpatione uitiorum: ed. F. Morenzoni, CCCM 8.B
(:qq¸).
¹¹⁹ Thomas of Elmham [Fr R. Copsey]
—– Verses on a statue at Nottingham of St John the Baptist dressed as a Carmelite: ed.
R. Copsey (forthcoming). The text survives together with a brief riposte in a transcript
made by Bale: ‘Hos uersos scripsit Elyngham, monachus et prior de Lenton, quia in
conuentu Notynghamie Johannem Baptistam induerunt uestem et habitum Carmeli:
“Christi Baptista te uestis non decet ista. / Qui te uestiuit fratrem, maledictus abiuit
. . .” Responsio eiusdem Sancti Johannis Baptiste: “Elyngham mentiris metris fatuis
quaque miris . . .” ’ (Bodl. MS Bodley ¸¸, fol. ¡8v).
L\+ix vni+rns .¸
¹²⁰ *Thomas Gilbert (†:¸o¸)
Tanner, ¸:¸; BRUO ¸6¸–8.
Tanner attributed to Thomas Gilbert the Summa abstinentiae on the basis of the ascription
in Bodl. MS D. : Art. 8, now MS Bodley ¸¡. (SC .6o¸) (s. xiii), ‘edita a quodam fratre Thoma
[deleted] de ordine minorum nomine Gilberto’. The work is the widely known Summa abstinentiae,
discussed under the names Gilbertus Magnus OCist and ——– Dovxn\x.
¹²¹ *Thomas Paynell OSA (†:¸6¡)
Bale, Catalogus, :. ¸.¡-¸; Tanner, ¸8.–¸; DNB; BRUO .¡o.–¸o, ¡¸¸–8, ¸.8–¸o.
Oxford, St John’s College, MS 8o, is a notebook from Paynell’s studies at Paris; it bears the
date :¸o¸. From :¸.8 he was prolific in publishing English translations from Latin and French.
He bequeathed more than one hundred printed books, all Latin, to St John’s College.
¹²² Thomas Scrope [Fr R. Copsey]
—– De institutione ordinis sui: the date given for the manuscript is obviously wrong, since
it predates both work and author; A. Staring dates this book to \n :¡6..
¹²³ Thomas Wilton
—– Quaestiones on Aristotle’s Physica: (III qq. 6–¸) C. Trifogli, ‘Due questioni sul movi-
mento nel commento alla Physica di Thomas Wylton’, Medioevo .: (:qq¸) [:qq6] ¸:–¸¸
(text, ¸:–¸¸); (IV q. 6) C. Trifogli, ‘Thomas Wylton on the immobility of place’, RTPM
6¸ (:qq8) :–¸q (text, .¸–¸q).
—– Quaestio de infinitate uigoris Dei, inc. ‘Vtrum essentia diuina sit perfectio infinita
intensiue’: ed. E. Jung-Palczewska, ‘La quéstion quodlibétique De infinitate uigoris Dei
de Thomas de Wylton’, AHDLMA 6¡ (:qq¸) ¸¸¸–¡o¸ (text, ¸¡¸–¡o¸).
¹²⁴ Turgot
Remove the erroneous ‡ from his name.
¹²⁵ Uthred of Boldon
—– Libellus de fundationibus monasteriorum in Anglia: not known to survive but cited in
a catalogue of monastic foundations in Oxford, Corpus Christi College, MS D. .¸6
(s. xvi), fols. :q6v–:q8r, referring to the Anglo-Saxon minster in York, ‘ut habetur
per uenerabilem doctorem Utredum in libello suo de fundationibus monasteriorum in
Anglia’. Might it lie behind the similar work of Prior John Washington?
¹²⁶ Walter Burley
—– De formis [p. ¸.¡], inc. ‘Notandum quod materia prima est materia remotissima re-
spectu cuiuscumque compositi ex ea’: ed. F. J. D. Scott, Texte aus der mittelalterlichen
Geisteswelt ¡ (Munich :q¸o); Weisheipl, no. ¡..
—– Quaestiones de uniuersalibus [p. ¸:.]: ed. H.-U. Wöhler, Abhandlungen der sächsischen
Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig ¸¸/¸ (:qq8) (text, :o–66).
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—– Quaestiones in III de Anima [p. ¸:¡]: ed. E. A. Synan, Questions on the De Anima of
Aristotle by Master Adam Burley and Dominus Walter Burley (Leiden :qq¸), ¸6–:¸6.
¹²⁷ Walter Chatton
—– Quaestio de continuo: reference should read Franciscan Studies .6 (:q66) .:.–88.
¹²⁸ Walter of Oddington
—– Ycocedron philosophiae: ed. P. D. Thomas, Wichita State University Bulletin ¡¡ (:q68) ¸–
.¡ (text, ¸–.o) [from the BL copy, which Singer 6¸o had thought might be a reworked
version, a view not sustained by Thomas].
¹²⁹ Waltheof
Amend headline to read W\r+nror OSA, later OCist (†::¸q), prior of Kirkham,
later abbot of Melrose
¹³⁰ William of Alnwick
—– Determinationes: (det. :¡) ed. T. B. Noone, ‘The origin, nature, and function of the
formal distinction’, Franciscan Studies ¸¸ (:qq¸) [:qq¸] .¸:–6: (text, .¡6–6:];
—– Sermo de natiuitate Domini, inc. ‘Verbum caro factum est &c. [ Jo :::¡]’
Assisi, Biblioteca comunale, MS 6¡q (s. xiv), fol. ¸ov [‘Almuich’; the sermon is
abridged, ‘hoc breue uerbum de uerbo abreviato ad litteram’] (Cenci, ¸8q).
¹³¹ *William Alnwick OSB (c:¸6q–:¡¡q), monk of St Albans, bishop of Norwich, later
bishop of Lincoln
DNB; BRUO .¸.
A copy of his sermons is referred to in the index to the Syon catalogue (SS.. :8q).
¹³² William of Alton
—– Postills on Job: see comment under Simon of Hinton.
¹³³ *William Doune (†:¸6:), archdeacon of Leicester
BRUO ¸8¸–8.
M. J. Haren, Sin and Society in Fourteenth-Century England. A Study of the Memoriale Presbiterorum
(Oxford .ooo), 6–¸8, constructs a very plausible circumstantial argument for attributing the
work to William Doune during the years :¸¸¸/8 when he was still a member of the household
of John Grandisson, bishop of Exeter.
—– (attrib.) Memoriale presbyterorum, inc. ‘Cum animaduerterem quam plurimos pres-
biteros parochiales’
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS :¡8 (s. xiv¹).
CUL MS Mm. ¸. ¸¸ (ss. xiv–xv), fols. 68r–6qv [extr.].
BL MS Harley ¸:.o (s. xv¹), fols. :r–:o¡r.
Bodl. MS Selden Supra ¸q (SC ¸¡.¸) (s. xiv², Merton), fols. ¡r–68r.
Westminster Diocesan Archives, MS H. ¸8 pt. : (s. xv).
L\+ix vni+rns .¸
¹³⁴ *William the Englishman (late :¸th cent.)
The writer is unidentified, but his sources include Henry of Gent’s Quodlibet : (after Christmas
:.¸6).
—– Vtrum iste terminus Homo secundum unam rationem indifferens sit ad supposita eius exis-
tentia et non existentia: ed. H. Anzulewicz & G. Krieger, ‘Eine Guillelmus Anglicus
zugeschriebene quaestio Vtrum iste terminus Homo secundum unam rationem indifferens sit ad
supposita eius existentia et non existentia: Einleitung und Textausgabe’, RTPM 6¡ (:qq¸)
¸¸.–8¡ (text, ¸6¸–8¡).
SBB – PK MS lat. fol. ¡¸6 (s. ), fols. .¸ov–.¸.r [ascr. ‘magistri Guillelmi anglici’]
(described by H. Anzulewicz in Scriptorium ¡6 (:qq.) .¸8–¡., continued in RTAM
6o (:qq¸) :¸:–.:¡).
¹³⁵ *William de Hotot OSB († after :.¡q), abbot of Peterborough
Tanner, ¡:¡. First among the books given by him to the library at Peterborough is ‘Antissiodor-
ensis abbreuiatus’ (BP8. :), which appears in the Matricularium as ‘Collaciones domini Willelmi
de Hotot abbatis de sentencia magistri W. Autissiodorensis’ (BP.:. .¡qa); since the latter does
not usually refer to donors, the abbot may perhaps be taken to be the abbreviator.
¹³⁶ †William Lissye OP (late :¸th cent.) [Fr A. Sulavic]
Dominican rather than Franciscan, apparently from Burgundy, William de Luxi OP (Kaeppeli,
.. :oq–::¸). Merton College, MS :8¡ (s. xiv), Bale’s source, has preserved all the commentaries
listed, Kaeppeli :¸66–q.
¹³⁷ William of Malmesbury
—– Gesta regum Anglorum: ed. R. A. B. Mynors, R. M. Thomson, & M. Winterbottom,
OMT (:qq8–q).
—– Historia nouella: revised edition of Potter and Mynors’s text, ed. E. J. King, OMT
(:qq8).
¹³⁸ William of Newburgh
—– Sermones: manuscripts now traced. Printed by Hearne from a book borrowed from
Sir Thomas Sebright, now BL MS Stowe 6. (s. xii/xiii, Newburgh), and presumed
to be William’s own because the manuscript contains the earliest copy of his Historia,
supervised by the author. Other copies in Lambeth Palace, MS ¸¸ (s. xiiiⁿ, Buildwas),
fols. :o¡r–:.:r [copied from Stowe MS and used by Hearne to make good the damage
in that book], and two sermons in Bodl. MS Rawlinson C. ¸: (s. xii
x
, St Albans), fols.
:r–(:¡).
¹³⁹ William of Poitiers
—– Gesta Willelmi: ed. R. H. C. Davis & M. M. Chibnall, OMT (:qq8).
¹⁴⁰ William Pore
—– Nouale: ed. T. Haye, Studi medievali ¸¸ (:qq6) ¸8¸–¡¡. (text, ¡:¡–¸q).
.6 L\+ix vni+rns
¹⁴¹ *‡Williamof Saint-Calais OSB [†:oq6], abbot of Saint-Vincent, Le Mans, later bishop
of Durham
According to Simeon of Durham’s Libellus IV ¸, Bishop William wrote frequent letters (‘sacre
admonitionis littere’) to the monks of Durham during his absences, which were read weekly in
chapter and preserved by the monks in his memory. One of these letters is quoted (ib. IV 6) by
way of example.
¹⁴² *William Segrith OP ( )
Tanner, 66o, noted from the index of the Syon catalogue, ‘Willelmus Segrith ordinis predica-
torum de prouisionibus ecclesiarum D. ¡: fo. q:’, part of a series of short pieces on this subject
(SS.. ¸:d–j).
¹⁴³ William of Sudbury
This work was described as unidentified. Tanner’s reference is still untraced, but
the work is known.
—– De primis regalibus ornamentis regni Angliae, dedicated to Richard II, incorporated in
Richard of Cirencester, Speculum historiale de gestis regum Angliae, III .: ed. J. E. B. Mayor,
RS ¸o (:86¸–q), .. .¸–¸q. [Prof. S. D. Keynes]
Do these two copies noted in the margin by Mayor preserve the text independently?
?BL MS Cotton Claudius A. \iii (s. ), fols. :6–¸¡ ???.
?BL MS Cotton Faustina A. iii (s. ), ???.
¹⁴⁴ *William de Turba OSB (†::¸¡), prior and later bishop of Norwich
Greatrex, ¸6¸.
C. Harper-Bill, ‘Bishop William Turbe and the diocese of Norwich ::¡6–::¸¡’, Anglo-Norman
Studies ¸ (:q8¸) :¡.–6o.
Letters addressed to Williamas a young schoolboy at Norwich survive in the letter-collection
of Herbert de Losinga (†:::q) (F. Barlow, The English Church .oóó–..¡¸ (London :q¸q), .¡:–.).
They are mostly concerned with verse composition.
Three letters in William’s name as bishop in ::66 were included in the Liber S. Gilleberti, ed.
R. Foreville & G. Keir, OMT (:q8¸), :¸¸–¡¸, :¡6–q; these belong in the category of his official
correspondence.
—– Verses on Thomas Becket, inc. ‘Annus millenus centenus septuagenus’: four lines
quoted with ascription in one copy of the Chronicle of Gervase of Canterbury, CUL
MS Ff. :. .q (ed. Stubbs, RS ¸¸/:. .¸.n); the first couplet was also quoted by Gerald
of Wales, with ascription in the Vita S. Remigii, c. .¸ (ed. Dimock, RS .:/¸. ¸6), and
without in his Expugnatio Hibernica I .o (ed. Dimock, RS .:/¸. .6., ed. Scott & Martin,
¸¡n) and in a near verbatim passage in De principis instructione II ¸ (ed. Warner, RS .:/8.
:6:); again without ascription at the end of William fitz Stephen’s Vita (ed. Robertson,
RS 6¸/¸. :¸¡); four lines were added in the margin of his Chronicle by Robert de
Torigni (ed. Howlett, RS 8./¡. .¡q); and the first couplet was also quoted by Roger of
Howden, Chronica (ed. Howlett, RS ¸:/.. :¸); WIC :.6¸.
L\+ix vni+rns .¸
The opening couplet serves as the beginning of a poem surviving without ascrip-
tion only in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS ¡¸q (s. xiv), fol. :¸6r–v. The next
two lines differ from the four-line quotation, and the relationship is not established.
Copies of the opening verses in other manuscripts are noted by Walther and by A. J.
Duggan, Thomas Becket. A Textual History of his Letters (Oxford :q8o), .¸–6n:
Alençon, Bibliothèque municipale, MS :.q (s. xiii, Charterhouse of Val-Dieu), fol. :r
[added in lower margin].
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS :¸o (s. xii), fol. ...v [couplet].
Dijon, Bibliothèque municipale, MS .:q (s. ), fol. ¸r [couplet].
Évreux, Bibliothèque municipale, MS lat. :o (s. xiii, Lyre), fol. 8¸r [four lines after
John of Salisbury’s Vita and William of Combe’s poem Ante chaos iurgia].
Bodl. MS Bodley ¸oq (SC .6¸.) (s. xii/xiii), fol. :.r [couplet at end of John of Salis-
bury’s Vita].
Bodl. MS Douce .8¸ (s. xii, Lessness), fol. ¸6v [couplet].
¹⁴⁵ *William Ware († after :¸qq)
BRUO :q86.
—– Consequentiae, inc. ‘Consequencia est aggregatum ex antecedente et consequente’
(a modified version of a work considered by L. M. de Rijk, ‘Logica Oxoniensis’, [FULL
REF?] :¸6; N. J. Green-Pedersen, ‘Early British treatises on consequences’, in The Rise
of British Logic, ed. P. O. Lewry (Toronto :q8¸), .8¸–¸o¸ (at ¸oo)).
Worcester Cathedral, MS F. ::8 (s. xv), fols. ¡v–8r [‘expliciunt consequencie correcte
per magistrum Willelmum Ware’].
¹⁴⁶ William Woodford
—– Defensorium fratrum mendicantium contra Armachanum: ed. M. Lescuyer, diss. (École
nationale des chartes :qq¸).
¹⁴⁷ Wulfric
—– letter to Abbo of Fleury: the manuscript reference is incorrect; read St. Gallen,
Kantonalsbibliothek, Vadianische Sammlung, MS ¸¸¸. [Prof. Dr. H. Gneuss]
¹⁴⁸ *——– Holbeche ( )
Unidentified preacher to whom are ascribed two sermons in the sermon collection assembled
by Nicnor\s Pnirir OFM. From the locations at which sermons were preached, he is most
unlikely to be Lawrence Holbeach OSB, early :¸th-cent. monk of Ramsey.
¹⁴⁹ ——— Percival Dr P. D. Clarke
This entry should be cancelled. The work at Clare Hall c. :¡¡o (UC:o.¡6) can
be identified as the work of the :¸th-cent. Italian canonist Princivallus Mediolanensis,
Lectura super Decretum: unpr.; Schulte, .. :¸6.
.8 L\+ix vni+rns
¹⁵⁰ *———- Tewkesbury (:¡th cent.)
Emden (BRUO :8¸8) records one Tewkesbury, fellow of Merton College in :¸¡o–¡: (Merton
Muniments, ¸¸). Following Weisheipl, he suggested that this may be the same person as John
Tewkesbury (Bale, Catalogus, :. ¡¸¸; Tanner, ¸o6), author of works on logic and chiromancy.
(Note that there are misprints in the date given by Emden and in his volume and page references
to Bale.) Bale’s source for this entry is unclear, and in Latin Writers, ¸.¸, I pointed out that Lohr,
.86, had fused him with the Oxford Franciscan Jonx or Trvkrsntnv († after :¸q.). It seemed
to me possible that Bale had seen a book owned by the Franciscan.
Weisheipl, ..:–., followed up Bale’s mention of the incipit of one of the works named
for John Tewkesbury, De alterationibus, inc. ‘Vniformiter continue uariari’, and he identified two
manuscripts containing a work with a near-matching incipit, Venice, Biblioteca Nazionale Mar-
ciana, MS lat. VIII. :q (¸.6¸) (s. xv), fols. :q¸–.:: (Valentinelli, cl. XI. :q; ¡. .¸.) (‘Vniformiter
continue uariabitur alteracio uniformis. Ad quod sophisma arguitur sic’), and BNF MS lat. :66.:
(s. xiv), fols. :.¡–¸o (‘Vniformiter continue uariatur alteracio uniformis’). There is no ascription.
It seems plausible that this is the text Bale saw, but that does not support an attribution to the
known Franciscan, nor Bale’s unknown John Tewkesbury, nor the Mertonian.

L 
BL MS Add.  (s. xv, Syon), fols. ?? [in the hand of Clement Maidstone OSS (†); described in early th-cent. catalogue as ‘dialogus quidam inter racionem et animam’, SS. e]. Melk, Stiftsbibliothek, MS  (s. xv), fols. – [used by Pez]. BSB MS clm  ( , Tegernsee), fols. ( ). Attested copies Cambridge, in the house of John Mere, where it was seen by Bale (Index, ). Gaming, Charterhouse [used by Pez]. Peterborough, late th cent., ‘questiones et responsiones inter animam et rationem’, anon. (BP. o); ‘disputacio inter animam et rationem’, anon. (BP. a); ‘de instruccione anime’, anon. (BP. ).

—– De triplici genere contemplationis: ed. L. Reuviaux (Lille ). ³ ‡Adam of Evesham OSB (†), monk of La Charité, prior of Bermondsey, later abbot of Evesham
Adam is known as a correspondent of Gerald of Wales (Symbolum electorum I –), John of Salisbury (ep. ), and Peter of Blois (ep. ). That he was the writer of longer works is evident, since he refers in ep.  to an abbreviation of the Passio S. Vincentii and in ep.  to an ‘opusculum . . . satis nouiter formatum’ which he read to a visitor from Worcester, Master William, and of which a transcript was requested by Bishop Roger. [N. E. Karn]

⁴ Adam of Usk —– Chronicon: ed. C. J. Given-Wilson, OMT (). ⁵ Adelard of Bath —– De cura accipitrum, De eodem et diuerso, and Quaestiones naturales: ed. C. S. F. Burnett (Cambridge ). ⁶ Aelmer of Canterbury —– Recordationes beneficiorum Dei: add (attrib.) and move to spurious. ⁷ Aelred of Rievaulx —– De X horroribus Iohannis Baptistae: read honoribus. The copy at Syon, MS R.  (SS. ) is identified by V. A. Gillespie as Nicholas of Clairvaux, serm.  (PL . –, Schneyer Rep. . , as Peter Damian; and again, PL . - as ps. Bernard of Clairvaux). —– Epistolae: not known to survive. Walter Daniel’s Life of Aelred, , refers to his many letters to important people. Collections of letters are recorded at Rievaulx around  (Z. ), for which Leland adds the incipit ‘In quieto littore’ (Z. ), and at Margam in Registrum (R. ). The Margam report was copied by Kirkstead in the form ‘Epistolas ad diuersos ’ (K. ), with no source for the additional information; from Kirkstead it came into Bale (Index, ). This last was misinterpreted by Hoste, , as evidence for a

L   further copy at Norwich. . ’ (ed. ¹³ Andrea Ammonio —– Epigram. S. HLov  () – (text. ). ). –]. ¹⁰ Alcuin The second volume of CMA Gallia  () is devoted entirely to the works of Alcuin. D. Williams. H. who misread Kirkstead’s reference number  (Margam) as  (Cirencester). R. —– Suppletio defectuum: Book I. ). ¹² *‡A  V S OFM Obs [occ. N. C. . —– De libero arbitrio aduersus Melanchthonem: pr. Bestul. Written at the request of Queen Katherine of Aragon. Per Verba  (Florence ). Hoste’s remaining reference for the collection of  letters at Cirencester derives from T.) [Prof. —– Orthographia: ed. including each individual letter and poem. the date of the manuscript should be amended to s. T. London / (STC ). . Millennio medievale  (Florence ). He also acted as suffragan in the Welsh diocese of St Asaph (). entered under the name of Thomas Chesterfield. ⁹ Alan of Tewkesbury —– Liber de demolitione capellae de Hakinton: not known to survive. who was in Paris in  and in England in the s as a member of the household of Queen Katherine of Aragon. RS  (). McDonough. bishop in partibus A Spaniard. C. ¹¹ Alexander Nequam —– Meditatio de Magdalena: ed. –). The work is dedicated to Queen Katherine of Aragon. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society  () . whose autograph is BL MS Cotton Cleopatra D. London  (STC ). Thomas of Marlborough quotes the work. introducing it thus: ‘ita scribit Alanus abbas Theokesberie in libro de demolitione capelle de Hakintona ubi etiam omnia predicta de eo plenius scribit: . Carlson. L. ‘Three Tudor epigrams’. it provides manuscript and printed references for everything. ed. J. Journal of Medieval Latin  () – (text. xiv (Brooke in English Episcopal Acta  Coventry and Lichfield – (). ⁸ *Alan of Ashbourne (early th cent. —– Problema indulgentiarum: pr. . ‘Pugnabunt alii’: ed. is perhaps the work of Alan of Ashbourne. Brooke] The chronicle of the bishops of Lichfield. Bruni. W. Macray.

¹⁷ *Sir Anthony Cope (†) Bale. Dr P. listed by Baker. MS  (s. for which Wilmart had no compelling evidence. The Latin chronicle extending from the nativity to the year  in Bodl. – (text. xviii–xix. Duggan. RS /  (). xvi). Year Books – Edward I . and he may well have composed the treatise. but the year is not known. Brand is preparing a new edition. and he may have composed the chronicle.  (s. BRUO –.). MS Lyell empt. The handwriting is thought to be his. Tanner. Catalogus. Lidaka. ¹⁶ Anselm of Reading OSB (late th cent. –. ‘Vidi magistros meos in tribus casibus capere assisam noue disseisine’. Harvard Law School. inc. . ¹⁹ Baldwin of Ford For his work as a decretalist see C. Hayward is sceptical about the text’s claim to be the work of Cardinal Atto. Legal Manuscripts. ‘Saluator noster Iesus Christus nascitur ab exordio mundi ’. the letter is incorporated in William of Canterbury’s Miracula S. –. P. ( ). monk of Reading. A. there is a treatise found unascribed in more than seventy manuscripts. Horwood. ¹⁸ Atto. . ). this position is compatible with the author’s saying. . cardinal bishop of Ostia The cardinal’s date of death should be amended. a spelling correction that may make the difference between finding and not finding it. the manuscript in his own possession from which the work was printed is now Cambridge (MA). ²⁰ Bartholomew the Englishman —– The author of the thesis on Book XIX was Juris G. fols. who described his rescue from an accident by the miraculous intervention of St Thomas of Canterbury in a letter to Jeremias. –). Hayward. L  ¹⁴ *Anger of Ripon (†/) Usually titled Tractatus de antiquo dominico Coronae. ¹⁵ Anselm of Bury Remove the reference to his authorship of Meditations transmitted under the name of Anselm of Canterbury. A. —– Miracula inuentionis beatae Milburgae uirginis (): ed. . Thomae VI . ‘The Miracula inuentionis beatae Mylburge uirginis attributed to “the Lord Ato. His published writings are in English. subprior of Reading It is possible that he is the same Anselm. inc. ‘Explicit opinio Angeri de Rypon’. EHR  (). and this has the colophon. monk of Christ Church. cardinal bishop of Ostia”’. DNB. he was dead by . . J. ‘Licet in antiquo dominico’. Anger was a clerk in the court of common pleas from at least  until his death in /. Twelfth-Century Decretal Collections (London ). The little treatise was printed by A. is signed ‘Antonius Coope’ at the end.

apart from preface among letters of Gilbert Foliot (ep. Epistles and Sermons (Kalamazoo. L.) The comments of Master Durandus de Anglia are included among opiniones on the verb sum appended to glosses on Priscian in Chartres. early in Henry I’s reign. Hunt. Bloomfield . BL MS Royal  D. Carlson. Aelred’s Sermones de oneribus Isaiae. ²⁵ *‡Master Durandus (early th cent. ’Incipit prologus Gileberti abbatis super euangelium secundum Matheum’. The work comprises a preface and nine homilies on SS. v. The manuscript itself was destroyed in  (Speculum  () ). J. W. M. R. The apparent reciprocity may make him the more likely author than the earlier bishop of London. –). ). Fasti  London. Renaissance Studies  () –. MI.) Commentary on Mark: ed.L  ²¹ Bernard André  D. BC. Christ Church). MARS  (–) – (text. is dedicated to Gilbert Foliot. canon at St Paul’s from at least  to / (Greenway. The text is printed by R. ²³ Cummianus Longus —– (attrib. Tractatus super Isti sunt duae oliuae [Za :. . London. master of the school at St Paul’s.b) ascribe it to Gilbert. ‘The writings of Bernard André (c. ed. ²⁷ Gilbert of Hoyland —– (?) Sermons on Matthew: A prologue in Gilbert’s name. Braceland. Goering & H. W. Gilbert of Hoyland  Treatises. . –c. MS  (s. xii). )’. ²² Cadwgan —– De modo confitendi: ed. Bibliothèque municipale. ‘Studies on Priscian in the eleventh and twelfth centuries. ²⁶ Gilbert Foliot The work entered as his sermons on St Peter and St Paul. dedicated to Aelred of Rievaulx. Latin Writers. is followed by two ascribed sermons (fols. Pryce. .. III () ). ). Apc :]: unpr. . fol. Oct. This person is probably also to be identified with Master Durandus. The only manuscript and the entries for it in the Christ Church catalogues (BC. CCSL  (). Peter and Paul. –. ). xiii. was also entered from the Christ Church catalogues as Tractatus super istud Sunt duae oliuae under Gilbert the Universal. v–v). refers to his correspondence with Bishop Daniel. . in the preface to his Historia ecclesiastica. Mediaeval Studies  () – (text. the other component in the manuscript. —– (?). Cahill. C. bishop of London. fols. Gilbert the Universal (†). v–v. ib. J. –). who appears as ‘Durandus scholasticus’ around  in the mortuary roll of St Bruno (Acta SS. Hunt. suggests that the teacher may be the same as Master Durandus. Both sermons are in Gilbert’s typical style and are likely to be his. ²⁴ Daniel of Winchester Bede.  (s.

³⁰ *Hædda (late th cent. Monasticon. ³¹ Henry VIII —– Assertio septem sacramentorum aduersus Martinum Lutherum: ed. P. xiii). ³³ *Henry of Knaresborough (†?) A collection of over two hundred sermons survives that was given by Henry of Knaresborough to Fountains abbey. T. Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale  () – (text. and its missionary work in Mercia. the librarian had for this. parson of Knaresborough (Yorks) from at least / and of Kirkby Stephen (Westm) from  is presumed to be responsible for collecting them. r–v. there is a second copy in Peterborough Cathedral. Franklin. This Relatio sets out the history of the abbey’s royal foundation in the th cent. xii/xiii) (analysis by Braceland. only five treat a text of Matthew. A list of contents (s. Gilbert of Hoyland. Walter of Whittlesey. . Dales. An early Oxford defense of Aquinas’s teaching on the possibility of a beginningless world’. now in CUL as Peterborough Cathedral. ‘Gilbert of Stratton. – (from Walter of Whittlesey). J. . and it was also incorporated by Swaffham’s continuator. English Episcopal Acta  Winchester – (London ). ’De vita et operibus’. the last abbot of Peterborough before Danish raids extinguished communal life there. ²⁸ Gilbert of Stratton —– Quaestiones: q. MS Bodley  (SC ) (s. Henry of Knaresborough. some of the sermons derive from well known collections but most of them are unknown elsewhere (Christie’s. xv) on the front pastedown attributes the first twenty-one sermons (fols. r–( ). perhaps no accident then that it was composed in the name of Hædda.). has a short text headed ‘Relatio Hedde abbatis’. if any. lot ). . L  Mikkers. but it is not apparent what reason. The text was printed by Dugdale. Tractatus super Isti sunt duae oliuae: see new note under G F. ³² Henry of Blois The so-called Scriptura Henrici episcopi Wintoniensis et abbatis Glastoniensis is re-edited by M. –. These are not likely to be by the same writer. Mellows. abbot of Peterborough The Register of Robert of Swaffham. The Chronicle of Hugh Candidus (Oxford ). Twenty-one of them precede Gilbert’s prologue. in his Historia. Fraenkel. and fifteen of them are found later in the manuscript. R. xiii). –). ed. ²⁹ Gilbert the Universal —– (?). fol. r–r) to Henry. C. now BL [awaiting accession] (s. . . –. and again by W. fol. assigned to Gilbert thirty-five additional anonymous sermons ’on Matthew’ from this manuscript. xiiiⁿ). –). to whom the work may be better attributed.  July . MS  (s. Corpus Catholicorum  (Münster ). MS  (s. Bodl.

‘Rationi plane consentaneum est’ (preface). –. Farge. –). ³⁸ Hugh of Reading Add to the description that he was later abbot of Cluny. ⁴¹ *‡G C OCarm (†) Bale. —– De iustitia et sanctitate belli per Iulium pontificem II in schismaticos et tyrannos patrimonium Petri inuadentes indicti allegationes: pr. ) (text. formerly at Wrest Park (Beds) (HMC nd Rept (). MS F. ‘Libellus abbatis Ysaac de concordancia canonis altaris et sacramentis ueteris legis’ (BC. ⁴² *J W (†) BRUO . . MA diss. M. and the case for his appearing in the list at all is weak. Pajda. (St Bonavenure University. R. DBI . ³⁷ Hugh of Nonant His open letter now ed. ). Quaestio de sacramentis: text and commentary. . ‘Henrico octauo Angliae et Franciae regi’ (dedicatory epistle). xiv/xv). Pavlik. ).L   ³⁴ †Honorius Augustodunensis Perhaps to be marked ‡ as a visitor to Canterbury in the s rather than simply †. J. . ed. Franklin. Hugo Sneyth et ses Questions de l’âme. —– Potestne superstes frater fratris relictam absque liberis uxorem ducere (). John Langton OCarm. This predated the recognition that ‘Lauton’ (rather than ‘Lanton’) was Hugh Lawton OP and not John Langton OCarm. Pynson. London  (STC ). Bibliothèque Thomiste  (Paris ). ⁴⁰ Isaac of Stella —– Tractatus de sacramento altaris: the evidence for this work is increased by the entry in the Christ Church catalogue. M. ³⁵ *Hugh Brasenose († after ) [Prof. has a suppositio with the ascription ‘secundum magistrum Hugonem Brasenose’. by R. ³⁹ Hugh of Snaith —– Quaestiones: three questions (Assisi MS  qq. English Episcopal Acta  Lichfield and Coventry – (). –. p. ) [Henry VIII’s copy]. fol. Thomson] BRUO . inc.  (s. The suggestion that he was Irish was never very strong. Worcester Cathedral.  November ). . Appendix . app. ³⁶ Hugh Lawton OP —– Quaestiones: One question was edited from the Vatican manuscript by M. ‘Potestne’ (text) Private Collection (Sotheby’s. NY. v. . Z.

⁴⁵ *John Balton († after ) [Prof. xv). refers to works on logic and on Aristotle’s De sensu et sensato. M. R. bishop of Worcester DNB.’. as Allen was to Cardinal Wolsey.  (s. . . McNeill. de censibus. Here Bale records two of the titles mentioned by Tanner. . Dublin. Sexti libri Decretalium in libello isto extensi describuntur ’. that is a legal opinion addressed by John Bell to John Allen (–). –. v–(v). McNeill. Bell was an adviser to the king in matters of canon law. archbishop of Dublin Tanner. L  ⁴³ *John Aldeburgh OCarm (mid th cent. r–(). in which we read. for more information he refers his read ‘ad librum Iohannis ebe mesue’. Calendar of Archbishop Alen’s Register c. Thomson] ⁴⁸ *John Chatesden (fl. fol.  (s. see under John Bell (†). a reference to Bale’s notes in Bodl. to. ⁴⁶ *John Bell (†).) Tanner. ⁴⁴ *John Allen (–). Worcester Cathedral. fols. that is Iohannes Mesue. Representative Church Body Library. M.  ( ) is described as ‘Belli et Alani doctorum opiniones contrarie circa uerum intellectum capituli Romana. De dictionibus exclusiuis. concerning visitations (Sext III . [Prof. Representative Church Body Library. fols. The evidence for Bale’s saying that he flourished c. MS Bodley . r–().’. C. De simplicibus medicinis (Thorndike/Kibre ). – (Dublin ). MS Q. For a legal opinion offered to Cardinal Wolsey on visitations. v–(v). and De dictionibus exceptiuis. . ‘Quidam de amicis meis rogantes me ut in scriptis redigerem medicinas digestiuas . BL MS Royal  B. fols. v. inc. . BRUO –. . . MS F. – (Dublin ). Thomson] BRUO .. r. v) is unclear but Bale knew that he was buried at Blakeney (Norf) and may have seen burial records. inc. —– De consuetudinibus ac statutis in tuitoriis causis obseruandis: unpr. The other three titles were copied by Bale (fol. contains ‘Determinacio Baltone’.. Alen’s Register. fols.  (BL MS Harley  fol. —– Tractatus de ingredientibus digestiuarum secundum magistrum Iohannem Chatesden. Sloan. r. R. DNB. Bal. ) Not found in Talbot & Hammond. xiii²). BRUO –. and these opinions together occupy twelve leaves. citing ‘MS Collect. C. ). Alen’s Register. Calendar of Archbishop Alen’s Register c. Dublin. r) from a now lost version of the Carmelite De uiris illustribus of Arnold Bostius. ‘Dicciones exceptiue sunt iste preter preterquam et nisi’ (fol. ‘Diccio exclusiua aliquando ponitur’. together with Allen’s opinion. ⁴⁷ John de Berewic —– Sophismata Worcester Cathedral. v). —– De pallii significatione actiua et passiua: unpr.

St Augustine’s). fo. shortened text]. xiii²). V. ). r–r (MMBL. Bloomfield . ⁵¹ § John Foulsham [Dr D..  ( . Urbino). r–v [anon. MS  (s. Andrews. Italy). –v [anon. xiv¹). ). . Lohr. J. Trinity College. D. & others. cuius principium est Triplex est esse. MS R. Ioannis Duns Scoti opera philosophica – (St Bonaventure. –. ). ‘Tabula Deueroys super Ethica cuius secundum folium incipit quia in quantum amicicia et pe. ‘summa de elementalibus et animalibus . —– (attrib. his edition was due to appear in . Carmelite convent.. –). lat. – [anon.  ( ×. Oxford. NY. Cambridge.. excerpts]. Nikolaus Hospital.. The attribution to an otherwise unknown th-cent. Central Library. ed. . fols. .L  Sheffield. Etzkorn. v–v. in . ends incomplete].  (s. Carmelite from Norfolk surely originates with Bale.) Moralitates de naturis rerum. No manuscript evidence provides the name of the author. Austin Friars. xvx–xvi¹). ). excerpts]. using Grosseteste’s Hexaemeron but not Bartholomew’s De proprietatibus rerum. fols. Cambridge. Thorndike/Kibre . Hulne (Northumb). . . fols. G.  ⁴⁹ John Deverose —– Tabula to Aristotle’s Ethica: not known to survive. i. MS  (s. Jackson Collection  (s. The attribution of the work to him depends only on Bale. fols. St. but the existence of a manuscript of the late th cent. finis uero penultime carte docet dyalectica’ (Zentralblatt für Bibliothekswesen  () ). MS Canonici Misc. Abramov argues that the work is English from the s or ’s. Bernkastel–Kues. V. R. with omissions but complements Cambridge MS]. D. V. inc. r–v [anon. –. ‘Triplex est esse’: ed. v–v [anon. ‘liber paruus qui sic incipit Tripliciter est esse’ (Friars. Abramov] There is no primary evidence for the career of John Foulsham outside Bale. Attested copies Florence. Glorieux Th. BAV MS Urb.. Corpus Christi College. xiv¹. A copy was given to Corpus Christi College. incipit melior quam uita’ (UC. ⁵⁰ John Duns Scotus —– Quaestiones on Aristotle’s Metaphysica: DSO . fols. by Thomas Markaunt in . a second copy was bequeathed to the same college by John Tittleshall in  (UC. Bodl. Abramov (forthcoming). followed by Leland. pp. makes his authorship impossible.

. [Dr C. Landeshauptarchiv. Southampton. widely accepted. . also a Welshman. ‘Quia ignorantibus supposiciones terminorum materies proposicionum latent’ Worcester Cathedral. de Rijk. MS lat. ‘Three Tudor epigrams’. but Emden had no evidence for his being a former religious. Nighman] —– sermon before the Council (Konstanz ): unpr.  Nr. . D. at fols. Dionisotti] ⁵³ Giovanni Gigli —– Fontibus e Graiis: ed. ⁵⁷ John Landreyn (†) In London. Thomson] —– Suppositiones. M. Logica. ⁵⁸ John Luke [Dr C. H. r (MMBL. ). R. Chambers (Oxford ). a second copy of one of them is on fol. . ) records an Oxford graduate of the same name. L. he is last known alive at the time of writing the Exempla honestae uitae (c). ⁵⁴ *John Griffith († after ) Bale. ⁵⁶ John Huntman —– Summa logicae: ed. Finke. S. who in  became vicar of Holy Rood.  (s. MS F. It is possible that Bale has confounded two individuals. University College. –). ??) and granted a dispensation allowing him to hold a benefice (Faculty Office Registers –. Catalogus.. xv). —– Praepositiones Graecae: the two manuscripts recorded show some independent circulation but these lines can also be read as incorporated in John’s Compendium grammaticae II –. Acta Concilii Constanciensis (Münster –). xivx). /??? p. r–v [‘sermo Iohannis Lucis anglici sacre theologie bachalarii’]. . who after the Dissolution was well known as a preacher in Hampshire.  (s. L. M. I do not know whether it was once a free-standing work or whether it circulates as an excerpt. R. fol. Carlson. ‘doctorem in physica et magistrum in theologia’. ⁵⁵ John Hinton (th cent. There was indeed a monk of Hailes with this name. . D. Tanner. there are two medical regimina ascribed to John Landreyn. excerpt. Emden (BRUO –. r [‘expliciunt supposiciones magistri Iohannis de Hyntone’]. pensioned after the abbey’s surrender (MS PRO E.) [Prof. – (s. –). –. HLov  () –  (text. Bale’s entry refers to a Cistercian of Hailes abbey. ed. xvⁿ) [now misbound]. ed. inc. L  ⁵² John of Garland († after ) The date of death c was a mistaken guess by Paetow. Koblenz. Iohannes Venator Anglicus. r–r. –. fols. Grammatica speculativa  (Stuttgart ). Abt.  fols.

—– writings in French ⁶¹ John de Mallyngis ( ) [Prof. ed. Nold in Carmelus  () –. John Neot joined the community. xiv¹). . Catalogus. –. he is known to have been at court in /. offering himself to Henry VIII as ‘regius orator’. presented to Henry VIII BL MS Royal  D. these must have been mentioned in a letter from Neot and were presumably composed for  November . Two Latin letters survive: the first to Woksa of Waldstein (dated  September ). fols. the second to King Wenceslas (/). ) as well as to Henry VIII (BL MS Royal  B. . J. ). Here. ⁶² *John Neot OSB († after ). –. ⁶⁴ John Paschal [Dr P. DNB. ‘Über die Beziehungen zwischen englischen und böhmischen Wiclifiten in den beiden ersten Jahrzehnten des . fols. This is shown by P. BL MS Royal  A. R. Mitteilungen des Instituts für österreichisches Geschichtsforschung  () –. . W. —– Reportationes de causis Worcester Cathedral. ed. Robert Joseph in  twice asks to be able to read Neot’s orationes composed for St Leonard’s day (epp. ⁶³ *Sir John Oldcastle (†) Bale. no.  (c) [presentation copy]. ). r–v.  (s. are the work of the French cardinal Bertrand de la Tour OFM (†. sometime monk of Glastonbury BRUO –. The proceedings against Sir John Oldcastle in  were incorporated in Fasciculi zizaniorum. . Tanner. –. V. A Frenchman. —– Paraphrastica in precationem dominicam elegia. is found the confession of faith in English to which Bale refers. RS  (). Maillart added a dedicatory letter to the calligraphic copy of the Latin Psalter that he made for Henry VIII.  (c). Thomson] ⁶⁰ *‡ J M (fl. . When Queen Mary restored conventual life at Westminster in . Bale. –. W. Jahrhunderts’. MS Q.  (s. ed. Shirley. C. M. he dedicated copies of his French cosmography to François I (BNF MS fr. Thomson] Writer’s name and title of work were both misread by Floyer in the Worcester catalogue and therefore appeared under Robert de Mallingys. Loserth. sixty elegiac couplets on the Lord’s Prayer.L  ⁵⁹ John Lutterell —– sermon Worcester Cathedral. MS Q. R. xiii/xiv).  [Prof. in BL MS Royal  B. Jana Husi Korespondence a dokumenty (Prague ). M. Index. M. r–v. . . Nold] The sermons attributed to John Paschal by John Bale. . Novotny. Langlois in HLF  () –). ) Tanner.

J. Brooke] —– Vita Anselmi: ed.  (). r–r [continued over a period of twenty years from the s]. G. Glossae diuinae historiae. An extract from q.  fols. Stiftsbibliothek. ‘The more. Piper. Wilks. MA diss. . ⁶⁹ John Somer —– (attrib. I. P. – (Royal text). Alliney. J. the editors give circumstantial reasons for thinking that the author of the common stock of annals may have been John Turk DTh († by ). MS  fols. A.  q. fellow of Merton (BRUO –). in The World of John of Salisbury. in La nouvelle Physique du XIV siècle. A further but incomplete copy of Russell’s commentary in Reun. Studies in Church History. fols. J. – (text. Lohr. IV. ⁶⁷ John of Salisbury —– Epistolae: Both letter-collections and other letters now lost are known from extracts arranged as a tabula in Durham Cathedral. S. Nadeau. Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale  () – (text. ⁷⁰ John of Wakefield —– Quaestiones on Aristotle’s Physica: unpr. Millennio medievale  (Florence ). – (Cotton text). perhaps in the hand of William Worcester (†). –. L  ⁶⁵ John of Reading OFM —– Commentary on the Lombard’s Sentences: (I d. (Westfield College London. Camden th ser. Bodl. ‘Fra Scoto a Ockham: Giovanni di Reading e il debattito sulla libertà a Oxford (–)’. BL MS Cotton Domitian A.  (s.  (fols. The Biblical Glosses of John Scottus Eriugena. ⁶⁸ Iohannes Scotus Eriugena —– Glossae biblicae . ‘New evidence for the Becket correspondence and John of Salisbury’s letters’. A. [Prof. Souffrin (Florence ). The attribution was added in the Cotton manuscript. ed. rr– r) is printed and discussed by S.) Chronica quaedam breuis [–]: ed. Glossa tripartita super Cantica. Caroti & P. Camden Miscellany . ⁶⁶ John Russell OFM —– Commentary on the Song of Songs: a secondary witness to the text is provided by the four manuscripts of the anonymous Franciscan work. Schepers in AFH  () –. –). xiv). O Neill. on which see K.  fols. M. J. MS Digby  (s. r–v (s. R. MS A.IOH. BL MS Royal  C. r–v. Ebbesen. ). –). Contreni & P.: ed. Annal entries are added to a -year Easter table beginning (unusually) in . fols. –. Catto & L. xv). fols. J. Mooney. ) ed. ed. xivx–xvⁿ). Subsidia  (Oxford ). . xiv²). r–(). – (s. the less: natural philosophy and sophismata in the thirteenth century’..

 erased but preserved in the index. who concludes that they are unlikely to be his work. Hudson. the second part would appear to be Wyclif’s Quaestiones on Aristotle’s Physica). This volume also reprints Baeumker’s edition of Peter’s Determinatio magistralis. r–v [?autograph]. IV. C. M. ⁷³ ‘Paul the Englishman’ The attribution was given currency by Goldast but is no more than a guess. Among the books given to Syon abbey by John Bracebridge we find ‘Wyclyf super tres libros methereorum et super  libros phisicorum’ (C. E. Questions on Aristotle’s Meteora: not known to survive. ‘natus Nicholas de Bromfeld postea canonicus de Dunmawe’. ⁷⁶ Peter of Ireland —– Commentary on Aristotle’s Peri hermenias: ed. fols. ⁷⁵ Peter of Henham —– Walden Chronicle: ed. This evidence is supported by an entry in a th-cent.) Annals of Little Dunmow priory [–?]: unpr. Wigleff super Metheorum’ (J. ⁷⁴ Peter of Blois —– Poems: ed. catalogue from the Carolinum in Prague. MS X E. SS. Katalogy knihoven koleji Karlovy University (Prague ). Willoughby] BL MS Cotton Cleopatra C. M. Watkiss.L  ⁷¹ John Wyclif  —–.  (s. Philosophes médiévaux  (Louvain ). W. Wollin. ). fol.  ( –). bishop of Cracow. .). four of them have specific ascriptions to him in this copy. but that for  could be by the original author. Benda. The work originated in Poland and its probable author is Petrus Wysz Radolinus (c– ). r–v. ⁷⁸ Peter Payne Indexes to ten works of John Wyclif are found with a general ascription to Payne in Prague. I jiego dzieło Speculum aureum n (Warsaw ). . Se´ ko. Viator  () – (at –). Discussed by A. r–v. ⁷² *Nicholas of Broomfield OSA (–after ). W. Piotr Wysz z Radolina. xvii). [ J. monk of Durham —– Tabula to Valerius Maximus’ Memorabilia Durham Cathedral. For some of them unascribed copies also exist in Prague. —– (attrib. Becka & J. ⁷⁷ *Peter of Kelloe OSB (early th. ‘F. D. canon of Little Dunmow Tanner. Dunne. National Library. M.  fols. . fols. after  there are only a few isolated entries down to . cent. CCCM  (). MS A. ‘Accessus ad auctorem: the case of John Wyclif’. Greenway & L. Authorship is inferred from the entry in . OMT ().

id. Catalogus. r–(). prior of Rochester. r–(). fols. that is Ralph of Arundel (†). fols. describing itself as ‘Tractatus ualde bonus de exemplis naturalibus. In the late th cent. . inc. D’Achéry. By  he had changed his opinion and argued that Ralph. MS Laud Misc. ‘Quis diues libenter transiret per uiam in qua certissime sciret se spoliandum’. whom Bale. MS Fairfax  (SC ) (s. who was bishop of Rochester –. who wrote the book’s title on the front pastedown as ‘Petrus Ruffensis in summula uiciorum’.  [part. St Albans). v–(). Louth Park). W.  (s. xiiⁿ. L  ) ⁷⁹ *Petrus Ruffensis ( Bodl. Rochester). fols. xiv. St Anselm and his Biographer (Cambridge ). ‘In hac meditatione peccator’ BL MS Royal  A. MS Laud Misc. Oxford.  (s. but the surname may refer to a monk of Rochester. r–v. —– De perpetua uirginitate sanctae Mariae. Rochester). Farmer. fols. xiiⁿ. Oxford. xv). with commentary]. BL MS Royal  C. fols. Studia monastica  () –. r–r. ‘St Anselm and his English pupils’. Ralph of Arundel Both entries refer to Radulfus Ardens. St Albans). of which the first. In the early Rochester manuscript the prologue to De peccatore et ratione is inscribed ‘prologus Rodulfi monachi et peccatoris’. fol. monk of Caen. –. ⁸¹ §Ralph of Battle OSB (c–). MS  (s. BRUO –). whose date of death should be corrected to † after . xii². ‘Dentes tui sicut greges &c. The only other known copy of the work is English and anonymous. St John’s College. is a Summula uitiorum in  chapters. fols. xiix. this attribution has won widespread agreement. was a more likely identification. BL MS Royal  C. xiiⁿ. BL MS Royal  E. fols.  (s. Southern.  (s. MS  (s. Bardney). v–(). Ralph d’Escures. .). the manuscript belonged to John Manby OSB († after . habundancia exemplorum et similitudinum cum moralitate multum utili’ (Bloomfield ). ed. Beati Lanfranci opera omnia (Paris ). ‘De nostra Domina sancta Maria dulcissima matre’ . monk of Caen. who came to England with Lanfranc and served until  as prior of Rochester. Southern in  recognized the group of texts in three closely related copies and proposed to identify their author with Anselm’s pupil and successor. D. Bardney). r–r. a sermon. —– De octo a monachis obseruandis: ed. Bodl. r–r. CUL MS Ff. later abbot of Battle R.  (s. xiiⁿ. xv). Bodl. monk of Westminster and prior of Hurley. Contra peccatum in genere. r–(). –. MARS  (–) –. a monk of Durham. Brasenose College. ‘Cum primum istud opus incepi’ (prol. inc. xiii/xiv). PL . the following text. MS Lyell  (s.  (s. xv¹). fols. v–() [ascr. conjecturally identified with Ralph. xiix. H. This author is unknown. ⁸⁰ ‘Ralph Acton’. fols. [Ct :] Vox est Christi ad ecclesiam in Canticis Canticorum’. —– De peccatore et de ratione. is headed as chapter . L. Lanfranc]. Bodl. England).  (s. v–(). BL MS Royal  A. repr. fol. . fols. inc.  (s.

fols.L  BL MS Royal  C. which Southern. fols. ‘Titan magistri Radulfi cum questionibus dialectice et grammatice’ (A. Rochester). MS Laud Misc. xiiⁿ.  —– Fides exposita de ueritate corporis et sanguinis Domini. but their relationship with ascribed attestations in medieval catalogues provide a basis for identification. MS Laud Misc. xiix. xv¹). fols. inc. Attested copies Canterbury. fols. r–v [anon.  (s. He was praised by Gerald of Wales (Speculum ecclesiae. D). BL MS Royal  C. Rochester). Oxford. fols.  (s. St Albans). MS Laud Misc. W. v–(). fols. v–(). Oxford. fols.  (s. ⁸² *R  B (fl. Bodl.]. pref. argued were by the same author. v–(). Bodl. xv¹). The surviving copies are unascribed.) Orationes et meditationes: Thirteen prayers and meditations follow the works of Ralph in Bodl. fols. c.  (s. xiiⁿ. r–v [anon. ). xiiⁿ. r–(). xiiⁿ. v–v. inc. r–(). xiiⁿ. xiix. r–( ). e). ‘Quandoque nomini quod per appellationem (appositionem)’ Bern. St Albans). v–v. Most of this group is found together in a number of French manuscripts and was incorporated in collections of such prayers and meditations under the name of A. xiiⁿ.  (s. . R. Bardney).]. xiii). Rochester). MS  (s. BL MS Add. v–v. xiiⁿ. fols. ‘Studies on Priscian in the twelfth century  The school of Ralph of Beauvais’. MS  (s. Waltham. Bardney). uir tam in diuinis quam in saecularibus litteris eruditus’ (PL . ‘Quicunque in sanctitate desiderat proficere’ BL MS Royal  A. cognomento grammaticus ecclesiae Beluacensis. c. ‘Credo adoro et ueneror unum Deum’ BL MS Royal  A. ). Radulfus. St John’s College. xiix. ‘Summa eiusdem [sc. inc. Bardney). v–(). . MARS  (–) – (at –). fols. Hunt. ‘Credo quod panis et uinum que preparantur’ BL MS Royal  A. fols. natione Anglicus. Hunt discusses the internal evidence for common authorship. doubtful —– (attrib.  (s. v–(). St Albans). —– Fides exposita quomodo creditur unus Deus trinitas et trinitas unus Deus.  (s. fols. ( )–(). —– Meditatio cuiusdam Christiani de fide. inc. BL MS Royal  C.  (s. v–r. Burgerbibliothek. –) Ralph is referred to by Helinand as his teacher and a former pupil of Abelard: ‘Huius etiam Petri Abaelardi discipulus fuit magister meus. MS  (s. fols. MARS  (–) –. —– Liber Titan. MS Laud Misc. fols. qui me docuit a puero. Beluacensis] qui uocatur Tytan’ (BC. BL MS Royal  C. St John’s College. Bodl.  (s. R. fols. –.  (s. Rochester). xiii).  (s.) and figures as a correspondent of Peter of Blois (ep.

Tarragona. c (A. see discussion. BL MS Add. inc. a member of the legation to Rome to urge the canonization. T. Metcalfe. r–v. MS M. T. Christ Church. ⁸³ Ralph of Coggeshall —– Chronicon terrae sanctae is anonymous and was associated with Ralph by Bale only on the strength of its surviving in a Coggeshall copy of Ralph’s Chronicon Anglicanum. (s. MS  (s. ‘Fountains abbey and the state of St Mary’s York in ’. ‘Quia grammatica prima est artium’ Brugge. Foreville as the likely author of Vita S.). fol. Metcalfe had attributed the whole work to Eystein. ). – (‘Ranulphus Cisterciensis’). xiii). Anecdota Oxoniensia (). monk of Fountains. later abbot of Lysa in Norway Leland. Stubbs expressed strong doubts about the attribution (RS / (). ⁸⁵ §Ranulf OCist (th cent. BL MS Add. v [beginning of text only]. xii).  (s. fols. Perhaps further to be identified with Radulfus de Insula. MS  (s. BNF MS lat. archbishop of Nidaros –. fols. Kalinka. ). v–r. v–v. Stadsbibliotheek. d). . with a reference at the end to the work of Richard de Templo that may have been added by Ralph.  (s. The name was taken by Leland from Hugh of Kirkstall. . inc. given by Thomas of Marlborough. [ J. The author of the first part was not Norwegian. ‘Verba preceptiua tam cum datiuo quam cum accusatiuo’: part ed. BHL –. Beluacensis super Donatum’ (BC. fols. c.  (s. Attested copies Evesham. W. Bale. The work is anonymous in all copies and has not the merit of an attribution in the medieval catalogues. Bethell. ed.) Passio et miracula beati Olaui: ed. M. who was only responsible for the latter part. —– (attrib. L. Augustini episcopi’. xiii). Attested copy Canterbury. Willoughby] ⁸⁴ *Ralph OGilb († after ). . ‘Summa magistri R. Biblioteca pública provincial. fols. xii/xiii). r–( ) [ends imperfect]. the only . Milan. Waltham. xiii). Foreville & G. ‘Tractatus S. fols. OMT (). Ranulf was abbot of Lysa but retired in old age to Fountains. JEH  () – at n. c. E. L  —– Summa super Donatum. and James Willoughby thinks the text is more likely to be a chronicle from a military order.  sup. lv–lvi). Gileberti. ‘multas notas de arte grammatica cum uerbis preceptiuis’ (B. Tanner. R. So attributed by D. r–(v). canon and sacrist of Sempringham Identified by R. but he had no direct evidence for treating him as a writer. —– (?) Verba praeceptiua. Biblioteca Ambrosiana. Catalogus. Keir. xiii). Wiener Studien  () – [from the incomplete Paris MS]. lxxiii–lxxv. but it sometimes circuates with Ralph’s work and Hunt observes that it has much in common with his Liber Titan. Scriptores. .

Thomson] Date must be earlier than in published handlist. xiiiⁿ. RS  (– ). . spurious . B. Pearce. (MS T. Thomson] ⁸⁹ *Richard Bromsgrove OSB (†). now Wolfenbüttel. is bound in a Norwegian sealskin. E. . E. Tanner refers to the register of his abbacy at Evesham. while ‘Ricardus de Cyrencestria’ (Index. —– Speculum historiale de gestis regum Angliae [–]: ed. Corpus Christi College. ⁹⁰ §R  C OSB (†). Evidence of date comes from a second copy. Catalogus. now BL MS Cotton Titus C. Bale has several entries that are confusing: ‘Richardus Cicestrius. —– (& others) inventory (): ed. Bale. archbishop of York). (s. iv). ). ) describes Ranulf Higden’s Polychronicon. xvi. monachus Westmonasteriensis’ (Index. J. ⁸⁷ Reginald of Walsingham (th cent. M. . . . Archaeologia  () –. xi–xvii. RS /. . The attribution in the Peterborough catalogue to Master Richard de Cicestre was taken by Tanner to refer to the monk of Westminster. England). Mayor.) [Prof. DNB. DNB. xii. xiv). BRUO . from Fountains. Herzog-AugustBibliothek. B. MS  (s. Tanner.  Extra. . doubtful —– (?) Tractatus super symbolum maius et minus: not identified. –.L   extant copy. R. –. ⁸⁶ Reginald of Canterbury —– Carmina: reference to Liebermann’s edition should read Neues Archiv  () –  (as correctly under Thomas II. MS . Mayor. Thomson points to Roger Computista’s Liber de signis monachorum as evidence. There was a copy at Peterborough in the late th cent. Wickham Legg. J. Eystein had contacts with the monks of Lysa. There he found mention of his writing something ‘de fraterna correctione canonice exercenda’ (fol. This and other confusion over Richard’s work are examined by J. Oxford. monk of Westminster Ralph Hanna’s drawing attention to this entry (JML  () ) combined with my regret at omitting Bertram’s forgery has led me to revise the entry. [Prof. ⁸⁸ Retinaldus Tanner.  (s. ) seems more likely to be Richard Wyche. CUL MS Ff. abbot of Evesham Tanner. Fountains).

—– Quaestio on light. Long. who mistook the dating evidence provided by the manuscript. bishop of Chichester. Bertram (Copenhagen ). Index. Bertagna. Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale  () – (text. Reform and Humanism in the Sermons of Richard Fleming at the Council of Constance (). Woodward (–) in . –). L. ⁹² Richard Fishacre —– Quaestio on the eternity of the world: ed. –). v–v) ed. ). ‘Accipiant qui vocati sunt: Richard Fleming’s Reform Sermon at the Council of Constance’. is a forgery perpetrated by Charles Bertram (–). – (no. –. ) to be in seven books. PhD diss. – (text. /. xvii–clxiv. ). and exposed by B. Noone. Schneyer.  fols. J. II . ‘New dating for Ecce sedes posita in caelo. ⁹⁴ Sir Richard Morison His notes on passages from the Old Testament. M. are now bound among miscellaneous papers as BL MS Royal  C. Stukeley. but the author is given as Richard of Cirencester. ‘Fishacre and Rufus on the metaphysics of light: two unedited texts’. –(). R. JEH  (). M. given currency by William Stukeley (–). De situ Britanniae: ed. (University of Toronto ). C. Notes & Queries  (new ser. . [Dr C. Long & T. an additional note on the Lombard’s Sentences. Nighman. rb–va) ed. L. RTPM  () – (text. Bale. ‘Officium est’: not known to survive. One has appeared in print. His sermons before the Council at Konstanz are now edited by C. C. RS /. ⁹¹ Richard Ferrybridge —– Logica: (fols. The work. B. repr. –). inc. L. Itinerarium curiosum (London ). monk of Westminster. ‘La definizione della modalità nella seconda parte della Logica di Richard Ferrybridge’. in Roma Magistra mundi. R. a sermon by Richard Fleming at the Council of Constance’. Nighman. –). Corinium is the Roman name for Cirencester. The author is named as Ricardus Corinensis. –. – (text. Nighman. ????). modern forgery —–. L  —– Liber de officiis ecclesiasticis. : ed. B. Nighman] ⁹³ Richard Fleming An additional sermon from the Council at Konstanz was identified by J. dated  October . Brown. J. . . analysed and discussed by Mayor. calendared in Letters and Papers of the reign of Henry VIII . but cited by William Woodford in his Contra Trialogum Wyclif (ed. The work is said by Kirkstead (K. C. (fols. ) (). a confused name that may point to Richard Wyche. In any case Kirkstead is unlikely to have included a writer still living. ‘The first Oxford debate on the eternity of the world’. ed. L. in W. Mélanges Leonard Boyle (Louvain ). Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale  () – (text. ‘La teoria dell’ inferenza nelle opere di Richard Ferrybridge’. Bertagna. B.

ix.. editions listed by Ferguson. the two are uniformly bound though now shelved separately. Ottilien ). Si consuetudinem [D. Both are anonymous. —– Tractatus de sedatione schismatis Via. (Cambridge ). xiiii et transumptiue in parte viii di.L   —– Liber dominorum et tenentium. M. and. inc. B. Noone.  (c) [preface] + Royal  A. – (text. ‘Reform by statute: Thomas Starkey’s Dialogue and Thomas Cromwell’s policy’. ⁹⁶ Richard Rufus —– Commentary on the Lombard’s Sentences: (II d. ⁹⁷ Richard Wyche —– letter to Jan Hus: There is a better edition than the one cited.  c. xv). –. Jana Husi Korespondence a dokumenty (Prague ). from where the correcting hand was identified as Morison’s (Letters and Papers of the reign of Henry VIII .  (app. iii c. Erasmi opuscula (The Hague )..) Julius exclusus e caelis (): printed anonymously. also headed Rerum ac muniorum clientelarium liber primus: unpr. the work has been printed among his works. r–v. ed. Harvey. Solutions to the Schism. ‘Occurrit quod scribitur Jo. ]. Mélanges Leonard Boyle (Louvain ). J. bishop of Bangor. Kirchengeschichtliche Quellen und Studien  (St. scilicet Via ueritas et uita [ Jo :]. ‘Fishacre and Rufus on the metaphysics of light: two unedited texts’. Ambulandum est igitur in uia quamuis dura. ‘Perswasion to the King that the laws of the realme shulde be in Latin’. later bishop of Rochester C. –. G. &c. ) ed. ⁹⁵ Richard Pace —– (attrib. Journal of the Historical Society of the Church in Wales  () –. fols. r–() [author’s draft of preface]. though he denied it. . The text is a draft version in Latin of the common law on tenures and services. Erasmus was suspected of being the author. ‘A bishop of Bangor during the Glyn Dwr revolt: Richard Young’. –). )). A study of some English attitudes  to .  c. Proceedings of the British Academy  () – (at –). . K. A. M. –. R. ] et xii (sic) q. W. uita (). M. –. Long & T. Novotny. Ferguson. ueritas. . M. Curtis. Basel. no. Allmand. its origin is explained by a separate preface in English. . T. also discusses two draft letters in BL MS Harley  (s. PhD diss.  ( ) [in the hand of Bonifacius Amerbach of Basel]. in Roma Magistra mundi.. BL MS Cotton Faustina C. Elton.  q. Richard Pace on pedagogy. per quam deuenitur ad ueritatem et de ueritate ad uitam’: unpr. Hudson] ⁹⁸ §R Y (†). ed. M.  (c). Universitätsbibliothek. A persuasive attribution to Richard Pace has been argued by C.  (c) [specimen of proposed version]. counsel and satire. BL MS Royal  A. but the draft of the preface exists in another manuscript. r–v + r–v. MS A.  q. fols. Abiit [C. which ‘so closely resemble Young’s tract of  that they must either be by Young or by someone who was using his earlier work’. Harvey. R. [Louvain ?]. V. [Prof.

fols. ⁹⁹ Robert of Cricklade Date of death can hardly be after  as stated. – (text. ‘per dominum Richardum Ingh’].  (as Master Robert). Forschungs. Grosjean. apparently dead not later than  (Emden). Carlson. AB  () –. Wenzel. [Dr C. fols. ¹⁰⁶ *Robert de Tautona OSA (late th cent. BHL ???. R. ‘omnium liberalium artium peritissimus. canon of Bodmin The canon may be named from Tawton (Devon) or.). ‘Vie et miracles de S. incorporated in the dossier on St Petroc: ed. Gotha. MS Memb. ed. Finke. J. r– v. ¹⁰⁴ Robert de Mallingys [Prof. Nighman] —– sermon before the Council (Konstanz ): unpr. L  BAV MS Vat. P. M. under whose name the work already appears correctly. xiv. Berlin [cited by Finke].) —– Canones de astrolabio: by R  C. bishop of London BRUO –. —–. S. I  (s. ¹⁰⁰ Robert the Englishman (late th cent. ¹⁰³ Robert the Lotharingian What is the evidence for his work as an Arabist and an astronomer? Nothing more. ). Zeitschrift für die Geschichte des Oberrheins  (). Schneyer.. –). –). H. Cracow [ascr. . than William of Malmesbury’s words. xv). Petroci furato et restituto.und Landesbibliothek. r–r [ascr. ¹⁰⁵ Robert Whittington —– Pumex in calcographi mendas: ed. ‘Three Tudor epigrams’. Acta Concilii Constanciensis (Münster –). –). cited by Schneyer]. ÖNB MS  (s. an account of the relic theft of . B. ¹⁰¹ *Robert Gilbert (†).  (s. Hamilton. ¹⁰² Robert Lechlade —– sermon (Oxford ): ed. D. Traditio  () – (text. r–v [ascr.]. L.. abacum precipue et lunarem compotum et celestium cursum astrorum rimatus’ (Gesta pontificum. since the reading of his name could equally well be ‘Tantona’. R. ‘Konstanzer Konzilspredigten’. HLov  () – (text. De corpore S. Thomson] A misreading in the Worcester catalogue gave rise to this error for John de Mallyngis. from Taunton (Som). . England). fols. xv). I suspect. . lat. Petroc’.

–. xiii). H. –. Vetus Latina. R. ).) [Prof. —– (?) Liber de signis monachorum: unpr. fols. the heading is ‘Prologus in libro de signis monachorum domino Rogero Compotiste misso’. iv–xiv + v–r (Thomson. .  to Walter of Coutances. and neither preface nor text contains any indication of authorship. Bury). Suffolk Records Society  (). Biblioteca de la universidad.c). written ×. so perhaps is his ‘Tractatus de confessione’ (BP. xiii². Stanjek. archbishop of Rouen. copies provides evidence that changes his inferred date from th cent. Bury). S. O. Karn] Add ep. The work titled ‘Summa Segeri’ occurs with books on the same topic and may again be the same work. E. Essays in honour of Ronald Gordon Cant. ¹¹² Senatus of Worcester [N. prior of Nostell The probable author of version B of the foundation-legend of St Andrews. W. MS  (s. The rest of Stegmüller’s entry would appear to be extrapolation to other works contained in manuscripts that have this text without ascription. M. ). J. Aus der Geschichte der lateinschen Bibel – (Freiburg –). Anderson in The Scottish Tradition. the name is an owner or donor inscription. he suggests to ‘Robertus canonicus archib. ascribed.j) are presumably the same. on an endleaf. r–r (Thomson. The only one with any appearance of an a scription in his list is BAV MS Vat. Thomson. This copy was not listed by Stegmüller. xiii). ed. Ar. . CUL MS Add. fols. M. but one was omitted from the catalogue description. partly erased. G. The Archives of the abbey of Bury St Edmunds. one of several works attributed by Stegmüller to Robert of Worcester (Bibl. . and renumber ep. monk of Peterborough Several titles are mentioned in the Matricularium of the library at Peterborough. Frede & H.’ in Salamanca. the Bodleian manuscript contains epp.’ (so Stegmüller). ).d) and ‘liber penitencialis per decreta et decretales effectus’ (BP.L   ¹⁰⁷ *Robert of Woodkirk OSA (†). BL MS Harley  pt  (s. to th cent. ¹⁰⁹ Roger Computista (th cent. Thomson] A text surviving in two th-cent. . but none has been identified: ‘poenitentiale a canonibus compendiose extractum’ (BP. Investigation of the Salamanca manuscript is needed. an unknown figure. ‘Matheus Rob’ archid’ [[ * * ]] canon’ s’ [[ * * ]]’. ¹¹¹ *Seger OSB ( ). xiii².  as ep. The text survives unascribed in two custumal collections from Bury. fol. fols.  (s. ¹⁰⁸ ‘Robert of Worcester’ The augmented version of the ordinary gloss on Matthew. Wigorn.. fols. Barrow (St Andrews ). is also found with a prologue signed ‘R. ¹¹⁰ Sedulius Scottus —– Collectaneum in Apostolum: ed.  (s. lat. r–( ).

. Rollason. ). Gál & D. CCCM B (). Copsey] —– Verses on a statue at Nottingham of St John the Baptist dressed as a Carmelite: ed. Zoubov. In  he was allowed to transfer from the Franciscans to the Dominicans (Bullarium Franciscanum. .” ’ (Bodl. Morenzoni. W. no. nicromantico. V. ¹¹⁹ Thomas of Elmham [Fr R. haeretico’ as someone ejected from the order in England who was none the less allowed to live as a secular in the papal court at Avignon by John XXII (ed. ¹¹⁶ Thomas de Braundeston OFM († after ) Michael of Cesena writes of ‘fratre Thoma de Braunceston de Anglia. L  ¹¹³ Simeon of Durham Simeon should have ‡ against his name in the text (as he does in the Index of Surnames). Flood. ¹¹⁵ Thomas Bradwardine —– De continuo: part ed. –. ). . Documentation on Pope John XXII. Copsey (forthcoming). which is accepted by Rollason. fol. ¹¹⁴ Simon of Hinton —– Postills on Job: the same text is listed under Simon of Hinton and William of Alton. Symeon of Durham (Stamford ). ). My reading of Piper and Gullick in Anglo-Norman Durham () led me to conclude that he was almost certainly a Norman from the household of Bishop William of Saint-Calais. maledictus abiuit . but I must have had a failure of nerve in the text. ]. Gullick has now strengthened the case. Brooke] Chesterfield was merely the donor of one copy of the work. . ¹¹⁷ Thomas Chesterfield [Prof. R. ‘Traktat Bradvardina “O kontinououmié” ’.” Responsio eiusdem Sancti Johannis Baptiste: “Elyngham mentiris metris fatuis quaque miris . . Authorship unresolved. vol. . It is suggested that the author of the history was Alan of Ashbourne. Michael of Cesena and the Poverty of Christ (St Bonaventure. xiv) (Brooke in English Episcopal Acta  Coventry and Lichfield – (). F. OMT (). v). NY. —– Libellus de exordio et procursu ecclesiae Dunelmensis: ed. whose autograph is BL MS Cotton Cleopatra D. –. monachus et prior de Lenton. quia in conuentu Notynghamie Johannem Baptistam induerunt uestem et habitum Carmeli: “Christi Baptista te uestis non decet ista. P. Chronica. ¹¹⁸ Thomas of Chobham —– Summa de commendatione uirtutum et extirpatione uitiorum: ed. G. Nicolaus Minorita. the date of the manuscript should be amended to s. The text survives together with a brief riposte in a transcript made by Bale: ‘Hos uersos scripsit Elyngham. but the mistake was made by Kaeppeli as well as Stegmüller. / Qui te uestiuit fratrem. MS Bodley . Istoriko-matematitcheskiié issledovania  () – [BAMAT . . alchimista. D.

‘Vtrum essentia diuina sit perfectio infinita intensiue’: ed. A. ¹²⁵ Uthred of Boldon —– Libellus de fundationibus monasteriorum in Anglia: not known to survive but cited in a catalogue of monastic foundations in Oxford. AHDLMA  () – (text. -. . xiii). . Trifogli. Abhandlungen der sächsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig / () (text. Jung-Palczewska. Staring dates this book to  . –). Oxford.-U. no. –). discussed under the names Gilbertus Magnus OCist and ——– D. Texte aus der mittelalterlichen Geisteswelt  (Munich ). MS D. ¹²¹ *Thomas Paynell OSA (†) Bale. Scott. –). –. MS . now MS Bodley  (SC ) (s. MS D. –) C. Copsey] —– De institutione ordinis sui: the date given for the manuscript is obviously wrong. The work is the widely known Summa abstinentiae. From  he was prolific in publishing English translations from Latin and French. (IV q. ‘Notandum quod materia prima est materia remotissima respectu cuiuscumque compositi ex ea’: ed. BRUO –. since it predates both work and author. it bears the date . . DNB. Might it lie behind the similar work of Prior John Washington? ¹²⁶ Walter Burley —– De formis [p. —– Quaestio de infinitate uigoris Dei.  (s.  Art. is a notebook from Paynell’s studies at Paris. –. ‘edita a quodam fratre Thoma [deleted] de ordine minorum nomine Gilberto’. ‘La quéstion quodlibétique De infinitate uigoris Dei de Thomas de Wylton’. referring to the Anglo-Saxon minster in York. xvi). all Latin. Wöhler. D. . Trifogli. J. F. H. ) C. He bequeathed more than one hundred printed books. –). St John’s College. –. . Weisheipl. ‘Thomas Wylton on the immobility of place’. ‘ut habetur per uenerabilem doctorem Utredum in libello suo de fundationibus monasteriorum in Anglia’. ¹²⁴ Turgot Remove the erroneous ‡ from his name. ‘Due questioni sul movimento nel commento alla Physica di Thomas Wylton’. ¹²³ Thomas Wilton —– Quaestiones on Aristotle’s Physica: (III qq. Catalogus. —– Quaestiones de uniuersalibus [p. ¹²² Thomas Scrope [Fr R. ]: ed. E. Tanner. ].L  ¹²⁰ *Thomas Gilbert (†)  Tanner. Tanner attributed to Thomas Gilbert the Summa abstinentiae on the basis of the ascription in Bodl. to St John’s College. Medioevo  () [] – (text. inc. fols. inc. v–r. BRUO –. RTPM  () – (text. Corpus Christi College.

Merton). CUL MS Mm. Haren. Franciscan Studies  () [] – (text. –. A Study of the Memoriale Presbiterorum (Oxford ). bishop of Norwich. –) [from the BL copy. fols. Corpus Christi College. ¹³¹ *William Alnwick OSB (c–). xiv². r–r. r–v [extr. ) ed. Questions on the De Anima of Aristotle by Master Adam Burley and Dominus Walter Burley (Leiden ). fol. fols. MS  (s. ]: ed.) Memoriale presbyterorum. later abbot of Melrose ¹³⁰ William of Alnwick —– Determinationes: (det. B. ). Biblioteca comunale. ¹²⁹ Waltheof Amend headline to read W OSA. inc. D. ¹³³ *William Doune (†). xiv–xv). later bishop of Lincoln DNB. v [‘Almuich’. r–r. xiv). ‘Verbum caro factum est &c. a view not sustained by Thomas]. Wichita State University Bulletin  () –  (text. and function of the formal distinction’. prior of Kirkham. A copy of his sermons is referred to in the index to the Syon catalogue (SS. bishop of Exeter. MS  (s. MS H. monk of St Albans. M. L  —– Quaestiones in III de Anima [p. ‘The origin. Thomas. xv¹). later OCist (†). BRUO . [ Jo :]’ Assisi. inc.  (s. fols. ¹²⁸ Walter of Oddington —– Ycocedron philosophiae: ed.]. MS Selden Supra  (SC ) (s. nature. —– Sermo de natiuitate Domini. archdeacon of Leicester BRUO –. Synan. Noone. –]. . —– (attrib. which Singer  had thought might be a reworked version. A. Westminster Diocesan Archives. T. P. ). xv). J. xiv¹). BL MS Harley  (s. constructs a very plausible circumstantial argument for attributing the work to William Doune during the years / when he was still a member of the household of John Grandisson. Bodl. E.  pt. the sermon is abridged. ¹³² William of Alton —– Postills on Job: see comment under Simon of Hinton. ‘Cum animaduerterem quam plurimos presbiteros parochiales’ Cambridge. –. Sin and Society in Fourteenth-Century England. ¹²⁷ Walter Chatton —– Quaestio de continuo: reference should read Franciscan Studies  () –. .  (ss. ‘hoc breue uerbum de uerbo abreviato ad litteram’] (Cenci.

‘magistri Guillelmi anglici’] (described by H. Newburgh). continued in RTAM  () –). supervised by the author. –). Merton College. r–r [copied from Stowe MS and used by Hearne to make good the damage in that book]. Krieger. now BL MS Stowe  (s. R. —– Historia nouella: revised edition of Potter and Mynors’s text. and two sermons in Bodl. ¹³⁸ William of Newburgh —– Sermones: manuscripts now traced. M. ). OMT (–). ). First among the books given by him to the library at Peterborough is ‘Antissiodorensis abbreuiatus’ (BP. . xii/xiii. since the latter does not usually refer to donors. which appears in the Matricularium as ‘Collaciones domini Willelmi de Hotot abbatis de sentencia magistri W. R.) [Fr A. H. J. ¹³⁹ William of Poitiers —– Gesta Willelmi: ed. Other copies in Lambeth Palace. but his sources include Henry of Gent’s Quodlibet  (after Christmas ). . R. r–(). abbot of Peterborough Tanner. –). ¹³⁵ *William de Hotot OSB († after ). St Albans). fols. and presumed to be William’s own because the manuscript contains the earliest copy of his Historia. Sulavic] Dominican rather than Franciscan. fols. —– Vtrum iste terminus Homo secundum unam rationem indifferens sit ad supposita eius existentia et non existentia: ed. B. Winterbottom. fols. Buildwas). Anzulewicz in Scriptorium  () –. T. RTPM  () – (text. C. M. SBB – PK MS lat. MS  (s. OMT ().L  ¹³⁴ *William the Englishman (late th cent. OMT (). ¹³⁶ †William Lissye OP (late th cent. . fol. MS  (s. A. apparently from Burgundy. & M. has preserved all the commentaries listed. the abbot may perhaps be taken to be the abbreviator.  (s. v–r [ascr. Davis & M. Bale’s source. Thomson.  (s. Kaeppeli –. William de Luxi OP (Kaeppeli. Printed by Hearne from a book borrowed from Sir Thomas Sebright. King. Haye. ed. Chibnall. ‘Eine Guillelmus Anglicus zugeschriebene quaestio Vtrum iste terminus Homo secundum unam rationem indifferens sit ad supposita eius existentia et non existentia: Einleitung und Textausgabe’. Autissiodorensis’ (BP. E. Mynors. –). MS Rawlinson C.)  The writer is unidentified. Anzulewicz & G. xiiiⁿ. ¹⁴⁰ William Pore —– Nouale: ed. Studi medievali  () – (text. xiv). ¹³⁷ William of Malmesbury —– Gesta regum Anglorum: ed. a). xiix. H.

Dimock. Le Mans. IV ) by way of example. Mayor. dedicated to Richard II. RS /. ). later bishop of Durham According to Simeon of Durham’s Libellus IV . ). Three letters in William’s name as bishop in  were included in the Liber S. The English Church – (London ). RS /. RS  (–). ¹⁴³ William of Sudbury This work was described as unidentified. Warner. They are mostly concerned with verse composition.  (s. Harper-Bill. RS /. RS /. Howlett. – ???. C. ). ‘Bishop William Turbe and the diocese of Norwich –’. –). ¹⁴⁴ *William de Turba OSB (†). Scott & Martin. CUL MS Ff. these belong in the category of his official correspondence. D. —– Verses on Thomas Becket. abbot of Saint-Vincent. n) and in a near verbatim passage in De principis instructione II  (ed. Remigii. . inc. Anglo-Norman Studies  () –. RS /. E. III : ed. RS /. part of a series of short pieces on this subject (SS. prior and later bishop of Norwich Greatrex. . again without ascription at the end of William fitz Stephen’s Vita (ed. Foreville & G. ’. . noted from the index of the Syon catalogue. S.  (s. WIC . Keynes] Do these two copies noted in the margin by Mayor preserve the text independently? ?BL MS Cotton Claudius A. ). R. Chronica (ed. which were read weekly in chapter and preserved by the monks in his memory. Robertson. Keir. –. B. incorporated in Richard of Cirencester. ). n). ed. but the work is known. ¹⁴² *William Segrith OP ( ) Tanner. and the first couplet was also quoted by Roger of Howden. four lines were added in the margin of his Chronicle by Robert de Torigni (ed. Stubbs. . Tanner’s reference is still untraced. Howlett. Gilleberti. One of these letters is quoted (ib. ‘Willelmus Segrith ordinis predicatorum de prouisionibus ecclesiarum D. RS /. —– De primis regalibus ornamentis regni Angliae. fols. Letters addressed to William as a young schoolboy at Norwich survive in the letter-collection of Herbert de Losinga (†) (F. ed. . d–j). Bishop William wrote frequent letters (‘sacre admonitionis littere’) to the monks of Durham during his absences. ???. Speculum historiale de gestis regum Angliae.  (ed. c. and without in his Expugnatio Hibernica I  (ed. the first couplet was also quoted by Gerald of Wales.  (ed. L  ¹⁴¹ *‡William of Saint-Calais OSB [†]. J. [Prof. ?BL MS Cotton Faustina A. with ascription in the Vita S. ‘Annus millenus centenus septuagenus’: four lines quoted with ascription in one copy of the Chronicle of Gervase of Canterbury.  fo. OMT (). Dimock. –. . ). Barlow. –. ).

H. Lessness). fol. Kantonalsbibliothek. The work at Clare Hall c. (École nationale des chartes ). Bodl. xiii. inc. A Textual History of his Letters (Oxford ). Vadianische Sammlung. Dr. Clarke This entry should be cancelled. xii). Bodl. fol. ¹⁴⁹ ——— Percival Dr P. read St. xii. de Rijk. fol. early th-cent. Lescuyer. fol. fol. he is most unlikely to be Lawrence Holbeach OSB. ¹⁴⁷ Wulfric —– letter to Abbo of Fleury: the manuscript reference is incorrect. The next two lines differ from the four-line quotation. —– Consequentiae. Corpus Christi College. ¹⁴⁶ William Woodford —– Defensorium fratrum mendicantium contra Armachanum: ed. . MS  (s. Schulte. [FULL REF?] . xiii. [Prof.  (s. MS Douce  (s. in The Rise of British Logic. Dijon. M. v [couplet]. fols. –n: Alençon. MS . r [four lines after John of Salisbury’s Vita and William of Combe’s poem Ante chaos iurgia]. ). xii/xiii). . J. O. MS  (s. MS  (s. Copies of the opening verses in other manuscripts are noted by Walther and by A. MS Bodley  (SC ) (s. and the relationship is not established. D. Green-Pedersen. r [added in lower margin]. ‘Early British treatises on consequences’. ‘Logica Oxoniensis’. Évreux. ed. From the locations at which sermons were preached. MS  (s. MS F. xiv). Bibliothèque municipale. Lewry (Toronto ). Charterhouse of Val-Dieu). Corpus Christi College. P. M. Gneuss] ¹⁴⁸ *——– Holbeche ( ) Unidentified preacher to whom are ascribed two sermons in the sermon collection assembled by N P OFM. xv). Lyre). diss.) can be identified as the work of the th-cent. Thomas Becket.  (UC. ‘Consequencia est aggregatum ex antecedente et consequente’ (a modified version of a work considered by L. Lectura super Decretum: unpr. Bibliothèque municipale. Cambridge. r [couplet].. .  (s. Italian canonist Princivallus Mediolanensis. v–r [‘expliciunt consequencie correcte per magistrum Willelmum Ware’]. ¹⁴⁵ *William Ware († after ) BRUO . Bibliothèque municipale. J. r [couplet at end of John of Salisbury’s Vita]. Duggan. Worcester Cathedral. Gallen.L   The opening couplet serves as the beginning of a poem surviving without ascription only in Cambridge. monk of Ramsey. r–v. v [couplet]. N. – (at )). fol. fol. MS lat.

. fols. Catalogus. . It seems plausible that this is the text Bale saw. and BNF MS lat. fellow of Merton College in – (Merton Muniments. . L  ¹⁵⁰ *———. nor the Mertonian. . Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana. but that does not support an attribution to the known Franciscan. and in Latin Writers. ). had fused him with the Oxford Franciscan J  T († after ).) Emden (BRUO ) records one Tewkesbury. xv). . Venice.) Bale’s source for this entry is unclear. followed up Bale’s mention of the incipit of one of the works named for John Tewkesbury. and he identified two manuscripts containing a work with a near-matching incipit. Weisheipl. De alterationibus. ) (‘Vniformiter continue uariabitur alteracio uniformis. I pointed out that Lohr. Following Weisheipl. fols. (Note that there are misprints in the date given by Emden and in his volume and page references to Bale. It seemed to me possible that Bale had seen a book owned by the Franciscan.  () (s. . XI. MS lat. Ad quod sophisma arguitur sic’). author of works on logic and chiromancy. ). –.Tewkesbury (th cent. he suggested that this may be the same person as John Tewkesbury (Bale. – (Valentinelli. Tanner. xiv). ‘Vniformiter continue uariari’. inc. VIII.  (s. . cl. – (‘Vniformiter continue uariatur alteracio uniformis’). nor Bale’s unknown John Tewkesbury. There is no ascription.

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