Experts, scholars and better read folks have not come up with the answer to this. Voetius makes a comment about the condemnation of the Master of Sentences (Peter Lombard, 1096-1160) in 1226 and 1340. What could he be talking about. Lombard was condemned twice in 1170 and 1177 by Alexander III on error in Christolgy he attributed to him. Anything official after that has not turned up for the other dates. There were "lists" of doctrines not approved which Bonaventure put in his commentary on the Sentences and other such lists appear in copies of the Sentences (U of Paris made some); but I can't tie that to those dates.