Raymond of Sabunde. Born at Barcelona, Spain, towards the
end of the fourteenth century; died 1432. From 1430 to his death he taught
theology, philosophy, and medicine at the University of Toulouse. Of his
many works only one remains, Theologia Naturalis. It was
first written in Spanish, and translated into Latin at various times:
December, 1487; Strasburg, 1496; Paris, 1509; Venice, 1581, etc. Montaigne,
who translated the book into French, Paris, 1569, bears witness to the
extraordinary popularity it enjoyed in his own day.