Innocent V. Petrus a Tarentasia, born in Tarentaise, towards
1225, elected at Arezzo, 21 January, 1276; died at Rome, 22 June, 1276. At
the age of sixteen he joined the Dominican Order, and he won great
distinction as a Professor at the University of Paris, whence he is known
as Doctor Famosissimus. He is the author of several works dealing with
philosophy, theology, and Canon law, some of which are still unpublished.
The principal of these is the Commentary on the Sentences of Peter
Lombard. I have used the edition, Toulouse, 1652.