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Amalricus Augerii, a church-historian of the fourteenth century, and member of the Augustinian Order. He was a doctor of the University of Montpellier, prior of a monastery of his Order, and chaplain to Urban V, 1362. He was a man of great learning, especially in church history. His chief work is the “Actus Rom. Pontificum”, extending in alphabetical order from St. Peter to the year 1321, and edited, chronologically, in Eccard, “Script. medii mvi”, II, 1641-1824.
FRANCIS W. GREY
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