Conrad of Lowenberg

Conrad Of Lowenberg (or Leontorius), a German scholar, was born at Liwenberg, Suabia, in 1460. He was a Benedictine of the Cistercian order, of the abbey of Milbrun, Wurtemberg, and became secretary to the general of his order in 1490. He died at Engenthal, (Arcta Vallis), near Basle, about 1520. He published, Textus Biblicus, cum Glossa Ordinaria, etc. (Nuremberg, 1496; Engenthal, 1499; Basle, 1498-1502; Arcta Vallis, 1506-1508; Lyons, 1520, 1528): — Postillae Hugonis de Sancto Calo (Basle, 1504): — Opera Sancti Ambrosii (ibid. 1506): — Aurelii Augustini Hipponensis AEpiscopi, ad Marcellinum, de Civitate Dei, contra Paganzos, Libri 17. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.; Biog. Universelle, s.v.

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