Ciboule, Robert a French theologian and moralist, was born at Breteuil in Normandy. He was chancellor of Notre Dame at Paris, and chamberlain to pope Nicholas V, and dean of Evreux; was sent by the king to the Council of Constance, and in 1437 was among the jurists who advised the rehabilitation of the Maid of Orleans. He died in 1458, leaving several works in MS., also La Sainte Meditation de l'Homme sur soi Meme (printed at Paris in 1510): — La Consultation de Cibule en Faveur de la Pucelle (printed by extracts in the edition of the Proces, 3:326-328). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.