Roger de Aswardby

Roger de Aswardby MA (fl. 1353–1362) was a late 14th-century Master of University College, Oxford, England.[1][2]

De Aswardby was a Fellow of University College, Oxford, and later became Master (head) of the College.[3] He became a proctor of Oxford University in 1350 with Robert Frommund of Exeter College.[4]

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  1. ^ Darwall-Smith, Robin (2008). A History of University College, Oxford. Oxford University Press. pp. 33, 35, 529. ISBN 978-0-19-928429-0.
  2. ^ Carr, William (1902). "Chapter III, The Fourteenth Century: The Early Home of the College, First Benefactors, The Great Lawsuit". University College. University of Oxford: College Histories. Volume 18. F.E. Robinson & Company & Archive.org.
  3. ^ Ackermann, Rudolph (1814). A History of the University of Oxford, Its Colleges, Halls and Public Buildings. Volume 1. p. 42.
  4. ^ Pointer, John (1749). "Proctors". Oxoniensis Academia: or, the Antiquities and Curiosities of the University of Oxford. London: S. Birt & J. Ward. p. 218.
Academic offices
Preceded by
Robert de Patrington?
Master of University College, Oxford
fl. 1353–1362
Succeeded by
William Kexby