, called Anglicus, was an English physician, who flourished about 1230. He is said to have studied first at Oxford, and then at Paris, and attained a high degree of eminence in his profession. Tanner gives a list | of his works, none of which appear to have been published. Some of his Mss. are in the New college library, Oxford. 1

1 Leland.- Bale. Pits. -Tanner.