This eighteenth-century study of the life and writings of the medieval English bishop Robert Grosseteste was too scandalous to be published in its author’s lifetime. It is now available in print for the first time, showing how Grosseteste’s reputation continued to be contested five centuries after his death.
Author: Philip Perry was an English Roman Catholic priest and a prolific scholar, born to an old Staffordshire recusant family in 1720.
Editor: Jack P. Cunningham is Reader in Ecclesiastical History at Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln, UK, with a special interest in philosophy and theology in the high Middle Ages.
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