Iohannes Cornubiensis

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Iohannes Cornubiensis, eruditus e Cornubia oriundus qui post annum 1198 mortuus est, fuit alumnus scholarum Parisiensium. Ibi discipulus fuit Petri Lombardi et Roberti Melodunensis. In scholis Oxoniensibus magister meruit. Eulogium suum, papae Alexandro III dicatum, doctrinam Petri Abaelardi falsam demonstrat.

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  • John of Cornwall in The Catholic Encyclopedia: an international work of reference (Novi Eboraci: Appleton, 1907–1914) (Anglice)
  • M. J. Curley, "A New Edition of John of Cornwall's "Prophetia Merlini" in Speculum vol. 57 (1982) pp. 217-249
  • Nikolaus M. Haring, ed., "The Eulogium ad Alexandrum Papam tertium of John of Cornwall" in Mediaeval Studies vol. 13 (1951) pp. 253–300
  • David Luscombe, "Cornwall, John of (d. in or after 1198)" in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography edd. H. C. G. Matthew, Brian Harrison (Oxonii: Oxford University Press, 2004) Situs venalis
  • E. Rathbone, "John of Cornwall: a brief biography" in Recherches de Théologie Ancienne et Médiévale vol. 17 (1950) pp. 46–60