Richard of Saint-Laurent

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Richard of Saint-Laurent[1] (died c. 1250) was a French theologian of the thirteenth century. He is thought to have been a canon at Rouen.[2]

He is known for De laudibus beatae Mariae Virginis, a work printed by 1473,[3] which is a long Mariale or work of praise for the Virgin Mary.

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  1. ^ Richardus de Sancto Laurentio.
  2. ^ Richard of Saint-Laurent
  3. ^ [1]; it has often been attributed to Albertus Magnus.

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