A native of Sérignan in southern France, he joined the Friars Minor in 1259, and was a student of theology at Paris (1267-72), later lecturing in the south of France and in Florence, ending his years teaching in Narbonne until his death in 1298. His works include philosophical works, Scripture commentaries, treatises on evangelical poverty, and on economic relations.
Bibliotheca Franciscana Ascetica Medii Aevi, 1904 et seqq. In 8° min. (tom. XIII, in 8°).
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