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date: 25 January 2021

Sudbury, Williamlocked

(fl 1382)
  • C. L. Kingsford

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Sudbury, William(fl 1382), theologian, was a Benedictine monk of Westminster, and graduated as doctor of divinity at Oxford, where he was an opponent in theology in 1382. He wrote: 1. ‘De Proprietatibus Sanctorum,’ no copy of which is known to be extant. 2. ‘De Primis Regalibus regni Angliæ ad Richardum II.’ Leland mentions this as extant at Westminster (...

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