Montagnuoli, Giovanni Domenico
Montagnuoli, Giovanni Domenico an Italian theologian, was born at Batignano (territory of Sienna) in the first half of the 17th century. As a Dominican monk, he was distinguished for his austere piety, as well as for his attachment to the doctrine of St. Thomas. He was the author of Defensiones philosophicae angelicae Thomisticce (Venice, 1609, fol.). This work, enlarged and revised, appeared again under the same title at Naples in 1610). See Echard et Quetif, Script. Ord. Prcedicat. 2:337.