Jean de Gagny
Jean de Gagny (died 1549) was a French theologian.
He published some significant Roman Catholic commentaries on parts of the New Testament. He was also a business partner of the typographer Claude Garamond, and collector of manuscripts, particularly of patristic works. His position close to Francis I of France gave him access to monastic libraries.
- Also spelled Jean de Gagney, Jean de Gagnée, Gagnaeus, Gagneius.
- Tertullian: R.W.Hunt, The Need for a Guide to the Editors of Patristic Texts in the 16th Century, Studia Patristica XVII.1 (1982), pp.365-371
- Tertullian: Jean de Gagny / Martin Mesnart (B) (1545)
- Farge, James K. (2003). "Jean de Gaigny". Contemporaries of Erasmus: a biographical register of the Renaissance and Reformation. University of Toronto Press. p. 71.
- Biblical Interpretation in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (PDF), p. 10.
- Allan Haley, Typographic Milestones (1992), p. 27.
- James P. Carley, Pierre Petitmengin Pre-Conquest manuscripts from Malmesbury Abbey and John Leland's letter to Beatus Rhenanus concerning a lost copy of Tertullian's works (PDF), pp. 5-7, = Anglo-Saxon England 33 (2004), 195–223.