Beaune, Jean De

Beaune, Jean de a French ecclesiastical writer of the 14th century, was a native of Beaune, in Burgundy. He entered the Domin!ican order at Dijon, and was inquisitor at Carcassonne from 1316 to 1333. He wrote Sententice Plures ab Inquisitore Latce; published with the Latin History of the Inquisition, by Philip of Limborch (Amsterdam): — Acta Plura contra Albigenses Hioereticos, anno 1318 mense Maio et Mart seq. He also wrote some similar works under lengthy titles. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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