William of Melitona

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William of Melitona, Meliton or Middleton (died 1257)[1] was a Catholic theologian. By 1248 he was a master in theology,[2] teaching at the University of Cambridge[3] and as the Franciscan chair of theology at the University of Paris.[4]



  1. ^ Vauchez, Andre (2001). Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages, Volume 1. Routledge. p. 1114. ISBN 9781579582821. 
  2. ^ Popkin, Richard H. (2011). The Pimlico History Of Western Philosophy. Random House. ISBN 9781446444283. 
  3. ^ Robson, Michael J. P. (2006). The Franciscans in the Middle Ages. Boydell Press. p. 63. ISBN 9781843832218. 
  4. ^ Cullen, Christopher M. (2006). Bonaventure. Oxford University Press. p. 11. ISBN 9780521760430.