By Mordechai Feingold
Quantity XXI/1 of historical past of Universities includes the accepted mixture of realized articles, ebook reports, convention experiences, and bibliographical details, which makes this ebook such an imperative device for the historian of upper schooling. Its contributions variety largely geographically, chronologically, and in subject-matter. the amount is, as regularly, a full of life blend of unique study and useful reference fabric.
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Salter, Cartulary of the Hospital of St. John the Baptist (3 vols, Oxford, 1914–7), ii. 325, 326. 50. CCR 1237–42, 135; Salter, Survey of Oxford, ii. 190. 51. These were owned by a certain Sweteman, Augustinus Gos, Gilbert Compeden, and John de Ingeram. The names of the landlords and tenants appear in CCR 1237–42, 134; For the likely location of these houses see Salter, Survey of Oxford, ii. 197 (Sweteman), 201 (Gos), 216 (Ingeram). A Gilbert Campeden appears as a witness to a property transaction in this neighbourhood, suggesting that his tenement was located nearby.
C) In the Latin manuscript library of the Vatican60 we find a copy of Pontano’s Urania (1505) that belonged to Girolamo Borgia (1475–1550), containing notes he added beside the text. The first note appears on the opening page; there, Borgia writes that on February 1501 Pontano started reading this work ‘in sua Achademia’. d) Pietro Summonte (1463–1526), who took over the academy after Pontano’s death, writes a dedication to another member of the academy, Francesco Poderico (d. 1528); it appears in the beginning of the dialogue Actius.
Robert de Lichfield is known only in connection with this case. The physician recommended to Simon de Montfort by the influential Franciscan Adam de Marsh, a close friend of Grosseteste. Emden, Biographical Register, iii. 1784. Simon de Neville served as rector of Terrington, Yorkshire 1233, rector of Slingsby, Yorkshire 1248. 1280 excused from attendance for old age. Emden, Biographical Register, ii. 1350. Other examples include magistri Robert de Burgo and William Plumton, who stood surety for Richard de Warwick and William de Croilland respectively.