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- n. a master's degree in theology
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Gandolphy went to Rome in person to defend himself, and in 1816 he obtained official approbation for the two censured works from S.P. Damiani, master of theology and
Poliaco, a master of theology of Paris (1320) and by Richard
He entered the College of St. Ildefonsus at Alcalá, 20 May, 1516, took doctor's degrees in philosophy and theology, and soon after was made canon and master of theology at the university.
He had been teaching at the University of Paris for a long time as bachelor of theology when, on 24 May, 1323, John XXII at the request of King Robert of Naples, commanded the chancellor of the university to confer the degree of master of theology upon him.