SEDULIUS Coelius Scotus
- SEDULIUS Coelius ScotusHildeberti Scotorum Archiepiscop. discipulus, Presbyter Hibernus, claruit in Italia, circa A. C. 450. Regenvolscio et Illyrico, aliis 460. Bellarmino 430. Obiit A. C. 450. Sixt. Sen.Eius in Epist Pauli Comm. edit. cum aliis in fol. Basileae A. 1528. in quarto ibidem A. C. 1538. 1562. (cum notis Iureti) et Poemata, exstant. Sublimi venâ et variae eruditionis Poeta. Dempstero: Ingeniô praeclarô praeditus, eruditus, carmine et prosâ excellens, Illyric.
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