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Report No. r427

Mattheus Angeli Johannis Cinthii

fl. early 14th c.


Alternative Names

Mattheus Romanus; Matteo Romano



Mattheus was a canon of S. Chrysogono and studied under Johannes Andreae and Guido de Baysio at Bologna, prior to 1304. He later taught law in Rome. His apparatus on the Clementines (c. 1320) is older than that of Johannes Andreae.



No. 1

Lectura super Clementinis, c. 1320.


Text(s) – Manuscripts

No. 1

Lectura super Clementinis, c. 1320.


Halle, Universitäts- u. Landesbibl. Ye 29



M. Bertram, ‘Clementinenkommentare des 14. Jahrhunderts’, QF, 77 (1997) 144–175.

M. Bertram and A. Rehberg, ‘Matheus Angeli Johannis Cinthii. Un commentatore romano delle Clementine e lo Studium urbis nel 1320’, QF, 77 (1997) 84–143.

J. von Schulte, QL 2.239–41.