Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Adam the Carthusian

Confusion with Adam Anglicus, according to the ODNB.

ADAM the Carthusian (fl. 1340) is described as a Carthusian monk and a doctor of theology. A list of his works is given in Tanners's ‘Bibliotheca,’ p. 7; but he is confused with Adam of Eynsham, the author of ‘Life of St. Hugh of Lincoln;’ and another of the works mentioned, the ‘Scala Cæli,’ is attributed to Guigo Carthusianus in the printed editions.

[Opp. S. Augustini, vi. App. 1452; S. Bernardi, ii. 647.]

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