The author proposed for this work was likely born in Wales born before 1230 and after entering the Franciscan Order studied and taught in Oxford, becoming the sixth Franciscan lecturer...
Petrus de Candia
Friar from Candia in Crete, he studied at Oxford. He lectured on the Sentences in Paris. Successively bishop of Vicenza, of Novara, and archbishop of Milan, he was made cardinal...
Franciscus de Arimino
Italian Franciscan writer from Romagna, he studied first at Padua, later at Toulouse and Paris before teaching theology at Bologna. A friend of Bernardine of Siena, he became Minister of...
Andreas de Novo Castro
French friar from Lorraine who composed a commentary on the first book of the Sentences of Peter Lombard, and a treatise On the Conception of the Virgin....
Iordanus a Iano
An Umbrian native from the Valley of Spoleto, he entered the Friars Minor ca. 1220, travelling to Germany (1221), where he was ordained to the priesthood, serving as guardian at...