Amalricus Augerii

Amalricus Augerii of Beziers, in Languedoc, took the vows in the Order of St. Augustine, and about 1362 was made abbot of the monastery of St. Mary de Aspirano, in the diocese of Ulm, Germany. He compiled a Chronicon Pontificale, taken from upwards of two hundred other chronicles, and arranged in alphabetical order. The last pope of whom he makes mention is John XXII, whom it may be therefore supposed he did not long survive. Baluze has given a portion of the work in his Vitos Pap. Avenion. vol. i. See Cave, Hist. Lit. 2, app. p. 68;

 
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