(Holywood; perhaps ca. 1256). B. perhaps Halifax (Yorkshire) or in Ireland or Scot.; canon regular (see Canons Regular) of the order of St. Augustine (see Augustinian Hermits) in the monastery of Holywood, Nithsdale; later prof. math. Paris, Fr. Works include Sphoera mundi, seu de computo ecclesiastico; De algorismo.
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