Thomas de Hibernia

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Thomas de Hibernia (fl. 1270) was an Irish theologian.

Said to be a native of Palmerstown, County Kildare, he became a Franciscan, and Fellow of Sorbonne, Paris. In later life, he moved to Italy, dying in the "Convent of Aquila, in the Province of Penin."

On his death-bed he bequeathed his books and papers to the Sorbonne, "together with six pounds for the purpose of purchasing a rent to celebrate his anniversary."


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  • De Christiana Religione
  • De Illusionibus Daemonum

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