Ralph of Longchamp

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Ralph of Longchamp[1] (c. 1155 – c. 1215) was a scholastic philosopher of the 13th century, known also as a physician and natural philosopher.[2] He taught at Oxford and possibly at Paris.[3]

He was a pupil of Alain of Lille and wrote a commentary on Alain's poem Anticlaudianus, in about 1212.[4][5]


  • Jan Sulowski (1972), In Anticlaudianum Alani commentum by Radulphus de Longo Campo
  • Darko Senekovic, Der Anticlaudianus-Kommentar des Radulphus de Longo Campo. Zur Kommentierungspraxis im Hochmittelalter, in: Sinnvermittlung. Studien zur Geschichte von Exegese und Hermeneutik I, edd. Paul Michel – Hans Weder, Zürich 2000, S. 475-496.


  1. ^ Raoul of Longchamps, Raoul of Longchamp, Raoul of Longchamps, Radulphus de Longo Campo, Radulphus de Longocampo.
  2. ^ David C. Lindberg, Science in the Middle Ages (1980), p. 133.
  3. ^ Ann E. Moyer, The Philosophers' Game: Rithmomachia in Medieval and Renaissance Europe (2001), note p. 36.
  4. ^ James Simpson, Sciences and the Self in Medieval Poetry: Alan of Lille's Anticlaudianus and John Gower's Confessio Amantis (1995), p. 22.
  5. ^ Florilegium

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