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date: 01 March 2021

Finingham, Robertlocked

(fl. c. 1378)
  • Jeremy Catto


Finingham, Robert (fl.c. 1378), canonist, presumably came from Finingham, Suffolk, and became a Franciscan friar at Norwich. His name and convent are given by Bale, who in his Index attributes to him a work De excommunicationibus, found as a single work in a ...

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