Biography of Robert Gaguin (1440-1501 ó 1502)

Writer and French theologian belonging to the order of the Trinitarians, born in 1440 in Colline-Beaumont (Pas-de-Calais) and died in Preavin (North) in 1501 or 1502. He/She became general of his religious order, which stood out for its intellectual capacity. He/She was a notable historian and Professor of rhetoric at the College of Navarre in Paris. Luis XI, Carlos VIII and Luis XII entrusted him various commissions and diplomatic embassies; Finally, he/she retired to a monastery in Nieppe forest. His most important works are his Chronicle from Frankish to 1491; the French translation of the Chronicle of Turpin; the annals of Gaul; and his letters and speeches.