Gilles Deschamps (also Gilles des Champs; Latinized as Aegidius Campensis) (date of death unknown) was a teacher and bishop of Coutances. He was created cardinal by Antipope John XXIII on July 6, 1411, and thus considered a pseudocardinal (Pierre d'Ailly was another such cardinal). Jean Gerson studied under both Deschamps and D'Ailly.
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