Alexander the Carpenter

Alexander The Carpenter, so called from his father's trade, was an Englishman, and flourished about 1430. He composed a treatise, Destructorium Vitiorum (Venice, 1582), which has been by some attributed to Alexander of Hales. See Cave, Hist. Lit. 2, 129.

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