About 1140 he was at Paris studying theology under Gilbert de la Porree, then under Robert Pullus and Simon of Poissy.
pullanus, pullus, the young of any animal, the root of which is seen in English "foal."
pullus, a young animal), a horse of a small breed, sometimes confined to such as do not exceed 13 hands in height, but generally applied to any horse under 14 hands (see HORSE).
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