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DAVID Beton — Scotus, eruditione insignis, a Iocobo V. ad Franciscum I. missus, A. C. 1534. Cardinalis a Paulo III. factus A. C. 1538. hinc legatus in Scotiam, ubi Arch. Andreanus evasit, omni ope renascentis Evangelii primordia impedire conatus est. Cum… … Hofmann J. Lexicon universale
DAVID Chambraeus — Scotus, epitomes histor. Regum Franciae, Angliae et Scotiae auctor, etc … Hofmann J. Lexicon universale