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Report No. r548

Thomas Chillenden

fl. late 14th c.


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A doctor of canon law at Oxford in the second half of the fourteenth century, left repertoria (summaries) on the Liber Sextus and the Clementines.



No. 1

Repertoria in Librum Sextum et Clementinas.


Text(s) – Manuscripts

No. 1

Repertoria in Librum Sextum et Clementinas.


Cambridge, Trinity Coll. 7


Cambridge, Gonville & Caius Coll. 308


Hereford, Cath. Libr. P.viii.3


London, BL Royal 11.C.ii


Oxford, New Coll. 204, fol.4r–216v, fol.218v–404v (Liber sextus, fols.4r–216v; Clementines, fols.218v–404v)


Oxford, All Souls’ Coll. 53



C. Given–Wilson, ‘The Manner of King Richard’s Renunciation: a “Lancastrian narrative”?’, EHR, 108 (1993) 365–370.

L. Boyle, ‘The “Summa summarum” and some other English works of canon law’, Proceedings Boston (MIC C–1; Città del Vaticano 1965) 417–18.