Conrad of Nuremberg
Conrad Of Nuremberg a learned German-Benedictine, studied, probably, at Vienna; entered at Gottwig, in 1423, the Benedictine order; later returned to Melk; and in 1426 became abbot of the monastery of Obernburg. His knowledge was varied, embracing mathematics, theology, and music. He died at Obernburg, May 16, 1441, leaving Reductio Gradualis in Introitibus, Antiphonis, Kynrie Eleeson, etc.: — Tractatus utrum Omnia quae Continet Regularis Instutiuio sunt Praecepta? etc.: — De Phlebotomia, ejus Causis, usu et Eectibus: — De Positione seu Applicatione Ventosarum: — Tractatus Nomina Morborum Exhibens. These works remain in MS. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.