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William of Melitona, Meliton or Middleton (died 1257)BOOK, Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages, Volume 1, Andre Vauchez, Vauchez, Andre, 1114, 2001, Routledge, 9781579582821, was a Catholic theologian. By 1248, he was a master in theology,BOOK, The Pimlico History Of Western Philosophy, Richard H. Popkin, Popkin, Richard H., 2011, Random House, 9781446444283, teaching at the University of CambridgeBOOK, The Franciscans in the Middle Ages, Robson, Michael J. P., 63, 2006, Boydell Press, 9781843832218, and as the Franciscan chair of theology at the University of Paris.BOOK, Bonaventure, Cullen, Christopher M., 11, 2006, Oxford University Press, 9780521760430,

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  • ODNB, 18527, Milton (Meliton, Middleton, Mildditone, Militon), William of (d. 1257x60), D. L., d'Avray,

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