Parisian Licentiates in Theology, A.D. 1373-1500. A Biographical Register

Vol. II. The Secular Clergy


This volume presents a biographical register of 460 members of the secular clergy licensed in theology at the University of Paris between 1373 and 1500. The register is preceded by a discussion of the sources used in its preparation and a list of all the clerics--religious as well as secular--licensed in Paris between 1373 and 1500. Appended to the register is an index listing all those licensed belonging to the secular clergy arranged according to their first names and an index of those licensed arranged according to college affiliation. The register is offered in service to historians of the medieval university, as well as those interested in the professoriate of the premier theological faculty of the day.

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Thomas Sullivan, O.S.B., Ph.D. (1982) in History, University of Wisconsin, is a monk of Conception Abbey in Conception, Missouri. He is librarian of the abbey and professor of history and humanities at Conception Seminary College.
Acknowledgements ... ix
Abbreviations ... xi
Introduction ... 1

Licentiates in Theology at the University of Paris, AD 1373–1500 ... 9
Biographical Notices ... 45

Appendix I: Licentiati Belonging to the Secular Clergy Arranged by First Name ... 553
Appendix II: Licentiati Belonging to the Secular Clergy Arranged by College Affiliation ... 557

Bibliography ... 561
Index ... 595
All those interested in intellectual history, the history of the late Middle Ages, church history and the history of religious orders, as well as the history of education and of the medieval university.