Nicolettus, Paulus

Nicolettus, Paulus an Augustinian monk of Udine in Frauli, also called Venetus from his long residence in Venice, studied at Oxford in 1390, was distinguished as a philosopher and subtle theologian, became general of his order in 1412, taught in the principal universities of France and Italy, and theology at Perugia in 1427, and died at Venice or Padua, June 5, 1428. He wrote a number of theological treatises; see Jocher, Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v.

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