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William of Alnwick

(d. 1333)


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(d. 1333) Franciscan theologian.

He taught in continental Europe, returning in the 1410s to England, where he collaborated with Duns Scotus. William took part in the ‘De paupertate Christi’ controversy ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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