Bonacursius (or Bonacursus)
Bonacursius (Or Bonacursus)
who lived in the 12th century, was, at one period of his life, a teacher of the sect of the Cathari, at Milan. He was converted, after which he wrote a treatise against his former errors, Vita Hcereticorum, hoc est, Descripti. Hceresium quas Cathari Proitebantur, et Earum Confutatio; given by D'Achery in his Spicilegium, i, 208. See Cave, Hist. Lit. ii, 237.