Rampelogo (or Rampeloco), Antonio

Rampelogo (Or Rampeloco), Antonio an Italian theologian, was born at Genoa and flourished in the second half of the 15th century. He was an Augustinian monk, and passed for a learned controversialist in his times. According to some modern ecclesiastical writers of Rome, Rampelogo was such an eloquent and persuasive disputant that he was called to the Council of Constance in order to convert the Hussites. He is the author of Repertorium Biblicum, which was put in the Index by pope Clement VIII, but which, nevertheless, has often been printed (Ulm, 1476, fol.; Nuremb. 1481; Milan, 1494, etc.). See Oudin. De Script. Ecclesiastes 3:2310. — Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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