Albert of Saxony

Albert Of Saxony (Alberts de Saxonia) was a learned Dominican friar who lived in the first half of the 14th century. According to Lockhaupt, he studied and sojourned a long time in Paris. The library of Bologna contains a number of MS. commentaries by him upon the Alphonsine tables and the Physics of Aristotle. He also wrote, Magistri Alberti de Saxonia Tractatus Proportionum cum aliis praecipue Augustini Niphi (Venice, 1496). He afterwards prepared an abridgment, entitled De Velocitate Motuum F. AIberti de Saxonia, Opus Redactum in Epitomen;a F. Isidoro de Isolanis Mediolanensis Ordinis Prcedicaltorum (Lond. 1580). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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