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Marlborough, Thomas of (d. 1236), historian, lawyer, and abbot of Evesham, presumably came from Marlborough in Wiltshire. He studied at Paris under Stephen Langton (d. 1228), most likely arts, when Richard Poor or Poore (d. 1235) was his fellow student: this was probably in the 1180s. He describes ...

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Morins, Richard de [called Ricardus Anglicus] (early 1160s–1242), canon lawyer and historian, is recorded in some canonistic sources as Ricardus Anglicus, and was properly identified only in the course of the twentieth century. Hitherto he had been identified, on the basis of meagre circumstantial evidence, with various other individuals, including the theologian ...

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Upton, Nicholas (c. 1400–1457), cleric, lawyer, and writer on warfare and heraldry, was probably the second son of John and Elizabeth Upton who came from Portlinch, near Newton, Devon. Claims that he was born in Somerset are dubious. Enrolled as a scholar of ...