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and Prayers ; vol. xiii. is Commentaries on Dionysius the Areopagite, and an Abridgment of Divinity ; vols. xiv, xv, xvi, are Commentaries on the four books of Sentences ; vols. xvii, xviii, are a Sum of Divinity ; vol. xix, is a Sum of the Creation ; and the two last volumes contain many miscellaneous Tracts and Discourses, some of which do not belong to Albertus Magnus :-cura Pet. Jammy, Lugd. 1651.
JUSTINUS, A. D. 1260, Wrote a poetical Chronicle of his native city of Lippia in Westphalia :-Henric. Jur, in Rer, Germ. vol. i. p. 575.
GEORGE, ACROPOLITA, A. D. 1261, Was raised to stations of eminence by the Emperor, John Ducas, and made Regent of the West, by Theodore Lascaris. By the Emperor Palæologus he was employed in several embassies, and died A. D. 1282. He wrote a Chronicle of Constantinople, from its being taken by the Latins, till its recovery by Michael Palæologus :- -Leo Allat. de Georgiis, fol. Paris, 1651 :- A Creed, -on Virtue, -on the Soul,—and on Gregory Nazianzen :-these works are still in MS.
URBAN IV., Bishop of Rome, A. D. 1261, Son of a Cobbler, was born in Troyes in Champagne in Concil. vol. xi. p. 817, are two Epistles of his writing, and in Wadding. Annal. Minor. twenty-four more.
HENRY, of Susa, A. D. 1262, Cardinal Bishop of Ostia, was the most celebrated Canonist of his time: he wrote a work called the Golden Summary of Law :-cura Guarini, fol. Lugd. 1588:-an Exposition of the six books of Decretals:-Venet. 1581.
BERNARD, Abbot of Cassin, A. D. 1263, Wrote a Mirror of Monks :-Venet. 1520 :-and some MSS. on the affairs of his Monastery, in the Cassin Library.
CLEMENT IV., Bishop of Rome, A. D. 1265, A native of Narbonne, was in early life a soldier, then a Canonist, and on the death of his wife entered into Holy Orders. On his promotion to the Papacy he avowed his determination not to enrich his own family, a resolve which he maintained to his death:-he wrote several Letters and Constitutions, which are to be found in Concil. vol. xi. and Wadding. Annal. Minor.
CONSTANTINE, ACROPOLITA, A. D. 1270, Surnamed Metaphrastes Junior, maintained the Greek cause against the Latins in a work on the Procession of the Holy Spirit :-Leo Allat. de Consens. lib. ii. :-an Oration on the Martyr Theodosia :- Leo Allat. de Script. Sym. and three other Orations, in the same work.
GEORGE BAREBRÆUS, A. D. 1270, Was Archbishop of the Jacobites :--Abr. Eccellen., in Indic. Auct., names, and quotes from several works of this Author's in Syriac.
ABU ISAAC BEN ASSALUS, A. D. 1270, Of the sect of the Monophysites, wrote a Collection of Canons of the Church of Alexandria, and a number of Ecclesiastical Questions :-Abr. Eccell. Eutych. Vindic.
GILBERT, the FRANCISCAN, A. D. 1270, Theological Professor at Paris, wrote on the Office of a Bishop, and of the Ceremonies of the Church :-Biblioth. Patr. :-a Life of St. Eleutherius :-ap. Bolland. :-Sermons :-8vo. Paris, 1518:—and a Journal of St. Louis' first Expedition to the Holy Land ;-yet in MS. in Belgic. Biblioth.
METHODIUS, A. D. 1270, A Constantinopolitan Monk, wrote a work on the Adherence of the People to their Priests :-Leo Allat. Diatreb. de Method.
JOBUS, A. D. 1270, Disciple of Joseph the Constantinopolitan Patriarch, wrote an Apology for his Master, defending him for having opposed the Union of the Greek with the Latin Church :-in MS. in the Vienna Library.
WILLIAM, of SANDWICH, A. D. 1270, In Kent, was a Carmelite Monk, who wrote a Chronicle of the Syrian and Palestine Carmelites, and of their removal to Europe :-in Speculo Carmelit. cur. Daniel. a Virg. Mar. fol. vol. iv. Antverp. 1680 ; and also ар. .
RADULFUS BOCKINGUS, A. D. 1270, A native of Sussex, was a Dominican Monk, wrote a Life of St. Richard of Chichester, in two books :-ap. Bolland.
ELIAS, of TRICKYNGHAM, A. D. 1270, A Benedictine Monk of Peterborough, wrote a Historical Chronicle :-in MS. in Biblioth. Clarend.
NICOLAS HANAPUS, A. D. 1270, A Dominican Monk, composed Examples of Virtues and Vices :-8vo. Paris, 1547.
GREGORY X., Bishop of Rome, A. D. 1271, Was chosen Pope while absent with the Prince of Wales in the Holy Land : he much encouraged the Crusades ; he united the Greek and Latin Churches and instituted the regulations of the Conclave nearly as they exist at the present :-in Concil. vol. xi, and Wadding. Ann. Minor. are twenty-five Epistles of this Pope's writing.
ROBERT KILWARB, A. D. 1272, An Englishman, Archbishop of Canterbury, wrote several books, on Grammar and Science, on the Passion of Christ, and on St. Augustine, which are preserved for the most part in the Cambridge and Oxford Libraries.
ADAM, of DoMERSHAM, A. D. 1272, A Monk of Glastonbury, wrote an account of the Controversies between the Bishops of Bath and the Glastonbury Monks :-H. Wharton. Angl. Sacr. vol. i. p. 578.