Montholon, Jean De
Montholon, Jean De a French ecclesiastic, was born at Autun near the middle of the 15th century. At an early age he received the degree of doctor of laws, and was registered among the regular canons of St. Victor, at Paris. His theological learning and his superior attainments in jurisprudence rapidly advanced his name among his fellows, and he was finally promoted to the cardinalship by pope Clement VII. Montholon died in Paris in 1528. His works are: Promptuarium sen Brevitarium Juris divini et utriusque humani (Paris, 1520, 2 volumes, fol.): — De sacramento altaris (ibid, 1517, 8vo).