Sudbury, William (DNB00)

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SUDBURY, WILLIAM (fl. 1382), theologian, was a Benedictine monk of Westminster, and graduated as doctor of divinity at Oxford, where he was an opponent in theology in 1382. He wrote: 1. ‘De Proprietatibus Sanctorum,’ no copy of which is known to be extant. 2. ‘De Primis Regalibus regni Angliæ ad Richardum II.’ Leland mentions this as extant at Westminster (Collectanea, iii. 45). 3. ‘Tabulæ super omnes libros S. Thomæ de Aquino,’ extant in MS. Reg. 9, F. iv. at the British Museum. 4. ‘Tabula super Pupillam Oculi editam per Mag. Joh. Burgh,’ extant in MS. University Library, Cambridge, Ee. v. 11.

[Tanner's Bibl. Brit.-Hib. p. 698.]

C. L. K.