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Commentary in Virgil, Aeneid 2. Author: N. Add to Cart. Have an Access Token? Enter your access token to activate and access content online. Please login and go to your personal user account to enter your access token. Have Institutional Access? Forgot your password? PDF Preview. Table of Contents. Also Ovid's Philomela "returns to her senses" after she was brutally raped by her brother-in-law Tereus.

Also Ovid's Laodamia "returns to her senses" she fainted when she discovered her husband Protesilaus left. Ovid's Medea tells herself that Jason will protect her against the breaking waves of Scylla and Charybdis. Ovid compares the speed of Cephalus's dog Laelaps to the swiftness of an arrow. Ovid's Latona transforms the Lycians into frogs that behave similarly. In the "Metamorphoses," Mercury, the messenger of the gods, opens the door of the house of Aglauros's sisters with a wand. Ovid's account of Nessus's love for Deianeira, his death, and revenge provide the details to Dante's short bio in the "Inferno.

Ovid features Pholus in his account of the battle between the Lapiths and the centaurs. Dante's Capaneus cries out the same to the pilgrim. Ovid describes this battle between the gods and the giants in the "Metamorphoses. Dante uses this story in the set-up for the story of the Old Man of Crete. Ovid describes the four ages gold, silven, bronze, iron in the first book of the "Metamorphoses.

Ovid is also not specific about the maker of the world, "whichever of the gods" it was. Ovid's Deianeira describes in her letter to Hercules how he killed Geryon. Ovid describes the vibrant colors of Arachne's loom in the "Metamorphoses. Details from his short bio the capture of the golden fleece in Colchis with Medea's help are found in Ovid's "Metamorphoses.

Details from his short bio the murder of the men of Lemnos by their women are found in Ovid's "Metamorphoses. Details from his short bio Hypsipyle's pregnancy and Jason's betrayal are found in Ovid's letter of Hypsipyle to Jason. In her letter to her brother and lover Macareus, Canace writes that their father Aeolus kept his face dry when he ordered their baby to be killed and that she kill herself. Details about his prophetic powers and his sex change are found in Ovid's account in the "Metamorphoses. Ovid describes Manto the prophetess in the "Metamorphoses.

The image of dolphins not showing their back appears in Ovid's description of the world after Phaeton's fall. When the god Janus appeared to Ovid, the poet also felt his hair stiffen with fear. Ovid explains how the blood of the decapitated Medusa created the many snakes in Libya. Ovid's Pythagoras identifies the phoenix as the only creature that renews itself. The language is similar to Ovid's description of Salmacis attacking Hermaphroditus just like a snake. Ovid has a similar simile, comparing Salmacis attacking Hermaphroditus to ivy clinging to a tree.

Also Ovid describes how the body parts of Salmacis and Hermaphroditus mixed. Cadmus's transformation is featured in Ovid's "Metamorphoses. Arethusa's transformation is featured in Ovid's "Metamorphoses. Also Ovid describes how Cadmus's legs mold together. Also Ovid describes how Cadmus's skin hardened. Also Ovid describes how Cadmus's arms shrunk.

Also Ovid describes how the transformed Cadmus falls down on the ground. Also Ovid describes how Cadmus's tongue splits. Dante uses details of his account the one-year stay at Circe in Ulysses's monologue in hell. Dante uses details of his account Circe's warning about the vast, dangerous waters in Ulysses's monologue in hell. Dante uses details of his account the fact that they were old and slow in Ulysses's monologue in hell. Ovid's Byblis experiences similar difficulties to speak and catch a breath. Ovid tells in his autobiography that he tried to write prose "verba soluta" but failed.

A similar image is found in the "Metamorphoses," where Pentheus shows his mangled stumps to his mother Agave. Ovid similarly describes the united Salmacis and Hermaphroditus as being not two, not one. Several details come from Ovid's account in the "Metamorphoses," in particular Athamas's last words. Dante's verse long version of the story is about as long as Ovid's account in the "Fasti. Details of Dante's 9-verse long discussion are found in Ovid's "Metamorphoses.

In hell, this is the punishment for the falsifiers of money. Ovid tells how the Lycians, transformed into frogs, quarrel constantly, which distends their wide jaws. Ovid's Narcissus frequently admired his reflection in the water. His words, which first bring shame to the pilgrim and then remedy, are compared to Achilles's spear, which first brought pain but later was a welcome gift. In the opening of the "Remedia amoris," Ovid explains the goal of his work: that it may bring help after the wound, just like Achilles's spear. Friar from Toro, near Zamora. Entered the Observant branch of the Franciscan order in his home town Santiago province.

Studied at the San Francisco de Salamanca friary. Possibly also degree studies, for he was for a while Professor of theology at the San Francisco de Villalon province, as well as chronicler and prefect for the studies in his province. In , he was provincial minister, working from the San Francisco de Villalon convent. In , he sent six friars as missionaries to Guatemala. During his provincialate, and culminating in the general chapter of Mantua, Gabriel tried without success to reclaim for his province the extremadura convents, which had become part of the San Gabrielo province in After his charge as provincial minister, Gabriel spent several years in the Salamanca convent.

During this period, he wrote his Tesoro de misericordia , which was dedicated to the future king Philip II, and was mainly concerned with social issues. Gabriel also kept in close contact with the bishop of Pamplona Antonio de Fonseca on relief work for the poor. On 17 July , Gabriel once more was elected provincial minister. He kept this position until In the course of this second period as provincial minister, he promoted the publication of works by Andreas de Vega, Alfonso de Castro and Francisco de Evia. During this stint as provincial, his province lost another series of convents this time of the San Miguel province.

Gabriel also sent no less than 24 Franciscan missionaries from his province to Guatemala , and travelled himself several times to Portugal on the invitation of the Portuguese kings. He apparently functioned as counsellor and preacher. Around this time, the aging king Charles V appointed Gabriel as visitator of the Huelgas de Burgos province, and gave him an advisory position in the Royal Council of Castilia.

Several sixteenth-century editions are now also accessible on Google Books and via several other Spanish and European cultural heritage portals [This compilatory work, which saw several editions during the 16th century, provides an anthology of writings about the poor and the social problems of poverty in society. It amounts to a history of charity and social welfare in the Early Church and during the medieval period, with strong Franciscan overtones.

On top of his historiographical overview, the author intends to entice his readers to help the poor and solve the social issues connected with poverty. The work had no less than eight editions during the 16 th century. This sermon on the death of the Virgin Mary, pronounced in Salamanca cathedral in August , was incorporated at the end of the Tesoro editions from onwards.

The work is accessible via Google Books but identified erroneously as the Tesoro de misericordia divina y humana of the same author. De la pureza de la Virgen. Margarita de Austria Reyna de Espagna Salamanca, Sermon predicado las honras que se hizieron en el insigne Convento Salamanca: Diego de Cossio, Sbaralea, Supplementum ed. Friar from the Southern Netherlands. He entered the Capuchin order at Antwerp on 21 September , to make his profession on 21 September , taking the name Gabriel of Antwerp. Was ordained priest at Malines on 22 December He died at the Capuchin convent of Maastricht on 29 February In the course of his life, he produced a volume of religious songs, as well as biographical notes on the Capuchin friar John the Evangelist of Bois-le-Duc d.

In addition, he maintained a correspondence with the famous Dutch author Pieter Cornelisz. This work never was published, and the five? De Gheestelijcke Tortelduyve … ghedicht door B. Gabriel van Antwerpen Antwerp: P. Phalesius, Editions of works of Ruusbroeck and Tauler. See the studies of Ampe and Hildebrand mentioned below. Correspondence with P. I have not been able to trace that work. Brandt, Het leeven van P. Hooft , ed. Mathes Groningen, , ; P.

Ampe, Ruusbroec. Traditie en werkelijkheid Antwerp, , ; A. Apparently of French descent.

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Active as a Franciscan friar in the Yucatan region. Would still have been active as a misionary in According to Beristain, he died in la Habana. See the study of Carillo y Ancona, p. Arte de la lengua Maya, compuesto por el R. Gabriel de S. Buenaventura, predicador y definidor habitual de la provincia de San Joseph de Yuchathan del orden de N.

Gabriel de San Buenaventura , ed. Paris, Beristain I, ; C. Historia authentica actum ac Martyrii Ven. Martyrum Molucensium Fr. Sebastiani a S. Joseph ac Fr. Antonii a S. Anna Minor. Pauli alumnorum. This work was allegedly sent to the provincial council in Malacca. Unknown as to whether it has survived or was published. Of french descent from Paris? Took the habit in the Genoa friary. After completing his studies and several preaching assignments, he returned to the Provence in and was elected provincial minister there in May After several stints in this position, he was visitator of the Genua friary and subsequently provincial of the Genoa province.

Other high administrative functions in the order followed. He was for instance secretary of the minister general Francese Ugoni, visitator general of all the German provinces, and later general procurator for the Order of Friars Minor Conventual, involved in attempts to bring the Parisian convent and studium back under Conventual control. Also acted as royal preacher at the Parisian court. He finished his life in Narbonne. Memoriale antiquarum Provinciarum Ordinis S. Francisci in Galiis Paris: Jean Laquebay, Opus panegyricum sacrae Assisiensis ecclesiae minorici instituti Basilicae: sub illustrissimi et reverendissimi cardinalis Barberini Rome: Giacomo Mascardo, Exposition du Psaum 19 Regi According to Juan de San Antonio and Sbaralea.

I have not yet been able to trace these works. Arbor Religionis graphice cupri laminis incisa Avignon: P. Bramereau, Gabrielus Ferretti ca. Propagated the observance of the rule, Maria devotion, and caring for the poor. Preacher and missionary for 15 years. Friend of Jacobus de Marchia. Guardian in Ancona and later vicar of the Observantist province of Picena.

Mencarelli, L'Angelo di Ancona. Editor and corrector of the early 17th-century editions of the works of Girolamo de Guadelupe, notably the latter's Commentaria in Oseam Prophetam Brescia: Marchetti, Spanish friar and member of the Cantabria province. Theologian and several times guardian, as well as consultant for the inquisition. Ended his life as bishop of Paraguay appointed on 15 December , and consecrated by Bernardo de Izaguirre, Bishop of Cuzco.

Hungarian friar who helped issue a Compendiosa quedam nec minus jocunda descriptio urbis Hierusalem atque locorum Terrae Sanctae s. Gabrielus Mainardus Gabriel Mainard de Nice, fl. Member of the Provence or San Louis province. Possibly the brother of the Conventual Franciscan Ludovic Mainard. Gabriel studied in Italy Tuscany and taught as regent lector in Turin and Genoa before he became a provincial minister in his home province He wrote a large two-volume work on the ascetical and disciplinary aspects of the Urbanian Constitutions, which apparently was never printed.

Eulogical sermons on saints were allegedly printed in Nice. He died in his eighties after French friar from the Auvergne near Riom, now dept. Entered the Observant friars at the age of 16 under the name Gilbert Nicolas, although his health apparently was not very strong because of which he was refused two times. After his noviciate, he studied at the Amboise convent, where he also received the priesthood and subsequently became lector for a long period, until his appointment as guardian of the same convent in until In , when he was lector at Amboise, he also was chosen to be provincial definitor.

During his lectorate, he composed a work of moral theology that until now has remained unedited Cf. Gilbert wrote a rule for this new order, as well as a spiritual commentary, and secured after some serious opposition the support of the Pope and the papal curia Thereafter, Gilbert remained spiritual director of the order.

On his trip to the curia, Gilbert was also able to convince the Pope not to dissolve the Observants, therewith thwarting the attempts of the Franciscan minister general Giles Delfini, who wanted to end the autonomy of the Observants sub vicariis. When Gilbert became provincial vicar of the Aquitaine Observants, he was able to forstall further attempts of the minister general and the provincial minister of France the Coletan Boniface of Ceva , to curtail the autonomy of the Observants. In the context of this struggle, Gilbert composed a Quaedam brevis declaratio super securitate status Observantinorum.

After his three-year term as vicar of the Aquitaine Observant province, Gilbert returned to Amboise, where he became guardian. He fulfilled this task until , when he was asked to become provincial vicar of the St. Bonaventure province Burgundy , a post he held until Pentecoste, , when he was elected general vicar of the Ultramontan Observants [check! In this period, he published some further works in defence of the Observant cause, notably the Quaestio … , the Tractatus Novus … , and the Novus Tractatus de Decem Plagis Paupertatis.

In , he was elected provincial vicar of the French Observant province. And in , he again was elected general vicar. During this office, Gilbert actively visitated various Observant provinces, and represented the Observants at the general chapter of the Franciscan order in Rome Pentecoste, , where Pope Leo X gave the Observants free rein and declared that they were the true inheritors of the Franciscan order. Gilbert now was elected general commissionar for the order in curia , and received important commissions to organise in France the preaching against the Turcs.

He now received Papal permission to carry the title professor theologiae. In , Gabriel was confirmed in his position of general commissionar for the Ultramontan Observants for a new period of three years. After this mandate, during which he visitated the provinces of England, Ireland, and Scotland, he was appointed inquisitor, to seek out Lutheran infiltrations in the order.

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In , he became provincial minister of the St. Louis province Provence , and in he was assigned with the task to reform the Grand Couvent de Paris. In , he once more was definitor general at the general chapter Parma. Throughout his later career, Gabriel continued to support the new order of the Annonciade for which he repeatedly revised the rule. He also supported the Poor Clares and groups of female tertiaries.

After his death 27 August, , several attempts were made to secure his official beatification. Delorme, in La France Franciscaine Below follows an erratic list of some individual works, several of which are not included among those presented by Delorme. Quaestio cuiusdam doctoris Theologiae super regula S. A revised edition Leipzig, came out under the title: Tractatus novus in quo vere et clare ostenditur qui sunt veri observatores regulae divi Francisci ad litteram, ad litteram, ad litteram.

Lunetae Confessorum : Toulouse Bibl. Municipale ff. Nonorat Nicquet S. Theatrum vitam, virtutes, miracula Rmi P. Gabrielis Maria sic Ord. Minorum Reg. Joannae de Francia P. Spiritualis et cum ipsa Ord. Obiit Ruthenae in Gallia, 27 Aug. Gabriel-Maria 10 avril — 21 juillet ', Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 10 , ; F. Vies de la bse Jeanne de France et du bx Gabriel-Maria , ed. Bonnefoy, Collectanea Franciscana 13 , ; C.

Born in Chiari Brescia , yet moved with his parents to Verona.

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Took the Franciscan habit in , at the age of 27, in the Observant province of Venice. Between and , he was active as Franciscan preacher in Austria, Bohemia, and Pologne, in part as collaborator of John of Capistran. Assisted king Mathias Corvin in his struggle against the Hussites. Also active as provincial vicar in the Hungarian province.

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In , pope Sixtus IV appointed Gabriel to the episcopal see of Transilvania in , to the archepiscopal see of Eger Agria in , and made him cardinal on 10 December Gabriel came only back to Italy in , after brokering a peace between king Mathis Corvin and the kings of Poland and Bohemia. After the Christian victory, which ended the Turc siege of Otranto, Gabriel came back to Rome, where he died in His tomb can be found in the Franciscan Aracoeli convent.

Gabriel has left a series of works reflecting his administrative assignments and his concerns for the Observant cause. Most well known are his Epistola Consolatoria to the vicar general of the Observants Marco Fantuzzi di Bologna written on the occasion of the death of Antonio da Bitonto , his life of John Capistran, and his Flores Paradisi.

The latter work, composed in November in the Sta. Maria in Paradiso Venice , is an encompassing collection of catachistic sermons, written for friars, and esp. Epistola Consolatoria Super Obitu Antonii de Bitonto : Naples, XV. Book III, De falsa sapientia philosophorum. Bihl, p. This same sentiment was expressed by Erasmus with regard to Dietrich Coelde. Bihl, pp. Et nos in tam ineffabili patris nostri triumpho et glorioso natali lacrimas efferemus? Gaudere solet et iam ipsa mater, que infandos perpessa est partus dolores, cum nascitur homo, nec iam videtur meminisse pressure.

Omnes enim gratulantur amici, cum quis ad hanc mortalem, erumnisque plenam editur vitam; quanto magis itaque gaudere et letari debemus, dum hi quibus et favemus bonum et meliora semper optamus, ad vitam immarcescibilem et incommutabilem, felicem gloriosamque deveniunt? Vita S. The prologue to the work has been edited by G.

Horum namque precibus exoratus huic me quam laborioso studio submisi, ratus quod nulli noceret et saltem mihi prodesset si otium, quod ab externis occupationibus sive domi sive foris quandoque surriperem, divine legis et sanctorum doctorum lectioni aliqua in parte accomodarem. Considerans igitur ipsos fratres novitatem fundationis sue in hac provincia Austrie, Bohemie et Polonie magnam penuriam originalium librorum pati quos etiam, sicubi aliquos habent, deferre secum de loco ad locum non possunt, et ob eam rem magno sepe tedio affici et vano labore per diversa sermocinalium volumnina ut wlgo appellantur, multum discurrere, priusquam materiam aliquam coadunare valeant, plurimumque preterea temporis quod in aliis devotis operibus expenderent, frustra consumere, compassus eisdem, a me ipso plus quam humanitas mea patiebatur sepe exigens, divinarum scripturarum viridarium ingressus, Dei mihi virtute et Gabrielis archangeli cuius nomen immeritus gero intercessione favente, flores inde collegi hoc [!

Tractatus vero vel in sermones vel in partes ut dictum est distingwntur, sed sermones quandoque per partes quandoque per articulos, nunnumquam per puncta sive conclusiones, misteria, considerationes vel etiam questiones, contemplationes aut alia nomina ordinantur, adiuncta etiam aliquando per capitula subdivisione.

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Hac autem varietate dividendi usus sum, ut quisque predicans et maxime novelli intelligant non esse perdendum tempus, ut semper uno modo sermones distingwant. Dissertatio de erectione Montis Pietatis ca. Politics, Piety, and Art , ed. Hollingsworth and C. Cacciotti and M. Melli Milan: , Italian friar from Capradosso Marches.

Entered the order in the San Francesco friary of Ascoli Piceno. Obtained his Baccalaureate of theology in Bologna. Doctor in Theology around Bonaventure in Rome Elected Minister general of the Conventuals on the general chapter of Rome 31 May , a position he kept until During his reign, he wasd confronted with the loss of various friaries in Poland, Lithuania and Russia, due to Swedish Lutheran and Russian armies.

He also re-established various Italian friaries that had been abandoned or usurped after the suppression of small friaries by pope Innocent X in He died while in office on 15 September Renowned preacher and counsellor. In his theological and philosophical works, he tried to reconcile Bonaventure and Scotus. For the acts of his reign as minister general, see the Archivio generale dei SS. Apostoli, Regesta Ordinis , Vol. XLII Francisco Institutorum, XXX, ed. Florence, , , ad, an. Sparacio, Seraphici D. Gabriellius ab Asculo Felice Gabriele da Ancona, 17th century.

OFM Conv. Possibly the nephew of the minister general Gabriellius ab Ascoli. Author of the Animadversio Gabrielus Bagel Gabriel Bagel, fl. Maronite Franciscan. Bishop and theologian. After plans by his parents to arrange a marriage for him failed, Gabriel devoted himself to the religious life. In , he became acquainted with the Franciscan Friars in the Holy Land custody. With the support of Franciscan missionaries, such as Gryphon, he joined the Franciscan order as a Maronite. Subsequently, he was sent to Venice and afterwards to Rome, to continue his education in the Latin church.

In , Gabriel was finally ordained priest and shortly thereafter he was sent to Cyprus, where he first became guardian of the Franciscan Holy Cross friary. After the Maronite bishop of Cyprus died, Gabriel replaced him, until his death in In the course of his life, and in confrontation with the Jacobites, Gabriel wrote many letters, as well as a number of works on the theology, the liturgy, the history and the religious laws of the Maronite christians.

In addition, he wrote about preaching, the Apocalypse of John and even on Astronomy. Most of these works, as well as part of his poetry is still available in Arabic and Syriac manuscripts now kept in the Vatican Library. These works, which introduced Latin elements into the Maronite world, stress the fundamental unity between Catholicism and Maronite christianity and also contain a lot of information on the early Maronite church, had considerable influence in the Maronite church of his time.

Bibliotheca Orientalis Clementino-Vaticana , ed. Assemani Rome, I, ; H. English friar minor, member of the Norwich friary. Historian, known for a universal chronicle, starting with the creation of the world. Galfridus O' Hogan second half 14th cent. Irish friar minor, active in the Nenagh friary. He wrote a series of annals Annales sui temporis , which cover the period Diss, U. Cotter, The Friars Minor in Ireland. Bonaventure, New York, Hungarian or Slovenian? Observant friar and preacher, member of the Observant community of Slovenska Lupca Slowakisch Liptsch.

He was the owner of a miscellaneous incunable that also included mnemonic word lists. Disciple of Bonavenure. Taught at Paris as Magister Regens between Thereafter became provincial minister of the Francia province In he was appointed bishop of Poitiers, a position he maintained up till his resignation in During his episcopacy, Walther had several conflicts with the French crown, also beacause he was an ardent defender of the politics of Boniface VIII.

After his death his grave became a cult site. He left a considerable theological and ecclesiological oeuvre. In the past, Walther was seen as a theological epigone of Bonaventure. More recent research, however, shows that Walther was an original theological thinker in his own right, who also incorporated elements from Thomas Aquinas and positions that come up in the work of Henry of Ghent. In I-IV Sent. Lottin , RTAM , 7 , which imply a second redaction.

Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis : a. IV, 4; Assisi, ; London Brit. Schneyer II, Instructiones circa Divinum Officium : Solothurn, Zentralbibl. Comunale ; Saint-Omer Bibl. Publique Instructiones circa divinum officium , ed. Callebaut, AFH 5 , Quaestiones disputatae du B. Gautier de Bruges , ed. In I-IV Sent : ed.

Belmond, RFNS 25 , ; ed. Proemium, q. Huning, Franz. II, a. AASS Jan. Gautier de Bruges, O. Ehrle , 1 Rome, , ; E.

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Grabmann, Die theologische Erkenntnis und Einleitungslehre des hl. Im Zusammenhang der Scholastik des Und beginnendes San Cristobal Sebastian, Controversias acerca de la voluntad desde a Estudio historico doctrinal Madrid, , ; V. Heynck, Franz. Stadter, Psychologie und Metaphysik der menschlichen Freiheit. Philosophy between and Dordrecht: Springer, , English friar. Born ca. Studied theology at Oxford, reaching the magisterium and teaching at the Franciscan convent there in Known to have participated un university disputations.

Between and , he taught at the Franciscan house of Cambridge. In he is a witness at the canonisation inquiries for Thomas of Cantalupe held by a papal commission at St. Pearce, Monks of Westminster London, , 76; A. Pelster, Oxford Theology and Theologians, c. Clare,, English Franciscan friar from Cannock, Staffordshire. After a sejourn at Louvain in possibly to escape the plague, Walter traveled back and forth between England and the Southern Low Countries, until he joined the Franciscans at Douai in , adopting the name Christopher of St.

Clare, also in recognition of the example of Christopher Davenport? Following his profession around , he was sent as a clandestine missionary to England around following a request of the provincial minister John Jennings. He was arrested almost immediately and thrown into prison, as he refused to swear the English oath of allegiance. Bailed out by friends, he began a life as a missionary in London. Following a reprieve from his missionary works in the late s, when he stayed at Douai and worked on his publications, he returned to England around He was tracked down in the Autumn of and put on trial with six other Catholic priests on December 8 of that year.

He was condemned to be hung drawn and quartered five days later. The French ambassador and the English King interfered on his behalf, as a result of which the execution was postphoned. When the civil war broke out, Coleman remained in Newgate prison, where he died sometime in , due to starvation. His most famous work might have beem La dance machabre, or, Death's Duel , a metrical treatise on death, which he dedicated to Queen Henrietta Maria.

Mason], Certamen seraphicum provinciae Angliae pro sancta Dei ecclesia , 2nd Ed. Florence: Quaracchi, , , ; F. Tractatus de Praedicatione : Padua, Anton. Entered the order at a very young age cf. AFH 19 , , n. Was made sub-deacon in Probably taught philosophy and the Sentences pro exercitio at the Norwich studium. Therafter, he took his bacc. Chatton probably incepted there as regent master of the Franciscan studium generale ca.

After , Chatton moved to Avignon, where he probably acted as lector at the Franciscan convent and possibly at the curia school Maybe his magisterium dates from this period. He is mentioned as sacrae theologiae magister in a document from August ; cf. AFH 48 , Chatton was a respected theologian.

He was, for instance, asked to participate in the committee that was to examine the views of Thomas Waleys and Durand of St. AFH 30 , In or before , Chatton was appointed apostolic penitentiary. Asaph, yet this was not according to the rule and probably a mistake , as the previous bishop was still alive and officially still in office CHUP II, , no. Chatton apparently died before the see became available. Beside his academic works a. In IV Sent : a. Florence, Naz. III, 26 [fragments] Cf. Determinationes : Paris, Mazz.

Clm f. Sent , Q. Cova, in: Rivista critica di storia della filosofia 30 , Reportatio in IV. Libros Sent. Wey, Studies and Texts 90 Toronto, ; M. Reportatio super Sententias. Liber I, distinctions , ed.


Etzkorn, Studies and Texts Toronto-Turnhout, Liber II, distinctions , ed. Liber II. Lectura super Sententias. Liber I, Distinctiones , ed. Joseph C. Liber I, distinctiones , ed. Quodlibeta , see: Girard J. Rome, , 60, 62, 70, , , ; L. Auer, Die skotistische Lehre von der heilsgewissheit. Paris Bibl. Wolter , ed. Etzkorn St. Bonaventure, New York, ; L. Etzkorn AFH, 80 , , ; W. Current Research , ed. Jorge J. Annexe, Fribourg, Cordelier Cod. Philosophy between and , ed.

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