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Report No. r325

Johannes de Sinemuro

d.1349

 

Alternative Names

Jean de Semur

 

Biography/Description

Johannes began studying law in Paris in 1320 and was teaching there in 1328. He bore the title of magister from 1329. Johannes became a papal chaplain at Avignon in 1335.In 1339 he gained a prebend from the Church of Notre Dame in Paris and held the ofice of auditor causarum palatii apostolici. He also served the French king in the Parlement of Paris.

 

Text(s)

 
No. 1

Concordantiae excerptae de Decretalibus et Decretis.

 

Text(s) – Manuscripts

No. 1

Concordantiae excerptae de Decretalibus et Decretis.

 
Manuscript

Paris, BN lat. 16903

 

Literature

P. Fournier, ‘Jean de Semur, Canoniste’, in HLF (1924) 36.473–80.