Grosseteste



/ˈɡrəʊsˌtɛst/
noun
1.
Robert. ?1175–1253, English prelate and scholar; bishop of Lincoln (1235–53). He attacked ecclesiastical abuses and wrote commentaries on Aristotle and treatises on theology, philosophy, and science

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