Bocfeld, Adam (DNB00)
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BOCFELD, ADAM (fl. 1350), a Franciscan writer on Aristotle, who appears to have flourished between 1340 and 1380, wrote commentaries on the books of Aristotle, de Topicis, de Cœlo et Mundo, de Generatione et Corruptione, de Meteoribus, and on the Metaphysics. Manuscripts of all these, save the last, were in the possession of Luke Wadding.
[Wadding's Script. Ord. Min. fo. 1; Sbaralea's Supplementum ad Scriptores, fo. 1; Tanner's Bibl. Brit. 137.]