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Report No. r321

Johannes de Borbone

fl. early 14th c.

 

Alternative Names

Jean de Bourbon; Jean de Tresiaus; Johannes Decanus Augustodunensis; Jean Doyen d’Autun; Johannes de Borbonio

 

Biography/Description

A doctor utriusque iuriswho taught at Paris between 1317–27, Johannes was also canon of Rheims and a dean of the cathedral chapter of Autun after 1327. He wrote a treatise on irregularity and a commentary on the Liber Sextus.

 

Text(s)

 
No. 1

De materia irregularitatis.

 
No. 2

Commentaria super Sexto.

 

Text(s) – Manuscripts

No. 1

De materia irregularitatis.

 
Manuscript

Greifswald, Dombibl. 18c.1

 
No. 2

Commentaria super Sexto.

 
Manuscript

Reims, BM 736

 

Literature

A. Lambert, ‘Bourbon (Jean de)’, in DDC (1937) 2.972.

P. Fournier, ‘Jean de Bourbon, canoniste’, in HLF (1927) 36.591–95.

J. von Schulte, QL 2.241.