Robert Pullen

(d. 1146) theologian and cardinal

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(d. 1146),

theologian. He was one of the earliest known masters in the schools of Oxford and he later taught in Paris. He was made a cardinal in 1143/4. His main surviving work is his ‘Sentences’, a compilation treating a range of theological subjects, soon to be superseded by the ‘Sentences’ of Peter Lombard.

Subjects: Christianity.

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