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Report No. r540

Stephanus Hugonetti

c.1280–1332

 

Alternative Names

Stephanus Provincialis; Stephanus de Provincia; Etienne Bonnier; Etienne de Provence; Stephanus Bonerius; Stephanus Trocha; Stephanus Trochs; Stephanus Trokes; Stephanus Trucxe; Stephanus Nokes

 

Biography/Description

Likely from Narbonne, Stephanus served as an auditor sacri palatii by 1319. From 1320–30, he served as chancellor to the papal legate to Lombardy. In 1330, Stephanus became the bishop of Bologna.

 

Text(s)

 
No. 1

Apparatus in Clementinis.

 

Text(s) – Manuscripts

No. 1

Apparatus in Clementinis.

 
Manuscript

Philadelphia, Univ. Penn. Libr. lat. 95

 
 

Stuttgart, Würtembergische Landesbibl. HB VI.85

 

Literature

E. van Balberghe, ‘Le commentaire sur les Clémentines d’Etienne Troches et Pierre d’Estaing’, RHE, 66 (1971) 502–06.

N. Zacour, ‘Stephanus Hugoneti and his “Apparatus” on the Clementines’, Traditio, 17 (1961) 527–30.

J. von Schulte, QL 2.200–01.