Adam of Corlandon
Adam Of Corlandon, a Roman Catholic divine who lived in the beginning of the 13th century, was made dean of Laon about 1196, and retained that dignity till 1223. He died in 1226. He composed, for the. use of his Church at Laon, Ordinarius Ecclesice, sire Ordo Divini Officii in Eccl. Laudunensi (Paris, 1662):also a Book of Solutions of Various Passages in Holy Scripture (extant in 3. vols. MS.). See Oudinls, De Script. Eccles. ii, 1702.