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Liber sententiarum magistri A.

Pauline Henriette Joanna Theresia Maas

Liber sententiarum magistri A.

its place amidst the sentences collections of the first half of the 12th century

by Pauline Henriette Joanna Theresia Maas

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Published by Centrum Middeleeuwse Studies, Katholieke Universiteit in Nijmegen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liber sententiarum magistri A.,
  • Theology -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLiber sententiarum magistri A.
    Statementdoor Pauline Henriette Joanna Theresia Maas.
    SeriesMiddeleeuwse studies -- Bd. 11
    The Physical Object
    Pagination364 p. :
    Number of Pages364
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20769634M
    ISBN 109073419050

    Petrus Lombardus. Magistri Petri Lombardi Sententiae in Quatuor Libris Distinctae. Primus Liber Sententiarum: De Deo Unitate et Trinitate. Edita studio et cura PP. Collegii A S. Bonaventura. 65 leaves, almost complete (lacking only the last lines of last Distinct Book I, and beginning of the ”Tabula,” gatherings of 12 (i10 [], ii1, f. 22 misbound between ff. 10–11), iii11 [, lacking folio is in fact f. 22, bound in the previous quire], iv-vi12, vii7 []); paper (watermark close to Briquet no. [Tête de bœuf et croix: Constance, ]), medieval.

    Main Forms: Liber, Libri. Gender: Masculine. Declension: Second. #N#Begin typing below. #N#If the noun is masculine second declension, clarify the vocative ending. Voc. Singular ending. #N#For Manuel Enter Only. #N#book _l _second. Sinensis imperii libri classici sex: nimirum Adultorum schola, Immutabile medium, Liber sententiarum, Memcius, Filialis observantia, Parvulorum schola, e Sinico idiomate in latinum traducti (Christian Wolff, Gesammelte Werke, III. Abt.: MATERIALIEN UND DOKUMENTE; #, ) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Paperback.

    On its last folio, ?, we find the predominant inscription Summa fratris Rigaldi de Ordine Minorum, and above this Summa Magistri Rigaldi super quattuor Sententiarum, while below L. 24 Liber Sanctae M ariae Clare?ailens is. Tractatus magistri Rigaldi super UIl libros Sententiarum.* This last is in a contemporary hand. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Petri Lombardi Libri IV Sententiarum. a Petri Lombardi Libri IV Sententiarum |h Liber 1 et 2 -- t. 2. Liber 3 et 4. |a Electronic access restricted to Villanova University patrons.


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Centrum voor Middeleeuwse Studies.]. Composed inLiber Magistri is especially important not only from a historical, paleographic, liturgical and artistic point of view but because it has a complete repertory of Gregorian chant and deals with the history of music, theater, illumination production, medicine, agriculture, and esoteric Liber sententiarum magistri A.

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Published: () Petri Lombardi Libri IV Sententiarum by: Peter Lombard, Bishop of Paris, ca. Published: (). Petrus Lombardus, Liber Sententiarum IV (Four Books of the Sentences), critical edition Ignatius Brady, ; English translation, Silano, ; outline of the Latin text, with selected chapters, available online (Online Resources).

The number of surviving manuscripts testifies to the importance of this text. the liber sententiarum magistri Pétri, he seems to have meant a book of the teachings of master Peter.

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This work present once thought lost work of St. Thomas Aquinas, a second commentary on Book I of Peter Lombard's Liber Sententiarum. Edited by Leonard E. Boyle and John F. Boyle. Opera omnia / secundem impressionem Petri Fiaccadori Parmaephotolithographice reimpressa cum nova introductione generali, Anglice scripta a Vernon J.

Author: Curt LeMay. BOOK I: On God’s Unity and Trinity. LIBER SECUNDUS: DE RERUM CREATIONE ET FORMATIONE. BOOK II: On the Creation and Formation of Things.

LIBER TERTIUS: DE INCARNATIONE VERBI ET HUMANI GENERIS REPARATIONE. BOOK III: On the Incarnation of the Word. and the Reparation of the Human Race. LIBER QUARTUS: DE DOCTRINA. Ulpiani Liber Singularis Regularum Pauli Libri Quinque Sententiarum. Fragmenta Minora Saeculorum P. Chr. Secundi et Tertii by Ulpianus, Domitius, Krueger, Paulus, Paulus, Julius and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Commentaria in 4 Libros Sententiarum Magistri Petri Lombardi: In Primium Sententiarum Librum - Primary Source Edition (Latin Edition) [Pietro Dell'aquila, John Duns Scotus] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. VIRTUAL LIBRARY: DIGITIZED BOOKS.

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They come in either pre-modern prints, or modern editions free of copyright. widely circulated, systematically arranged canon law book titled the Sententie diversorum patrum was known at latest as early as the s.

The Liber sententiarum Magistri A. (hereafter SMA) is an influential, systematically ar-ranged collection of sentences so named by Hermann Hiiffer in on the basis of the. Scriptum super libros sententiarum magistri Petri Lombardi Episcopi Parisiensis by Thomas Aquinas,Sumptibus P.

Lethielleux edition, in Latin - Ed. nova /. The book is a copy of the Quaestiones in quattuor libros sententiarum by John Duns Scotus. This theological text book is a commentary on a twelfth century work by Peter Lombard, the Sententiarum libri quattuor (usually referred to [Liber Sententiarum magistri Petri Lom.

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In this volume are presented the versions of a book of Sentences that was written by a student or students of Abelard towards the end of his teaching career, and a reconstruction of the parts of a Liber sententiarum magistri Petri from which Abelard's critics copied excerpts.

In an introduction the authorship, composition and contents of these. (State of Indiana Libraries) Services.

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About the same time () he wrote his "Book of Sentences". He was then professor at the school of.The Liber Pontificalis (Latin for 'pontifical book' or Book of the Popes) is a book of biographies of popes from Saint Peter until the 15th century.

The original publication of the Liber Pontificalis stopped with Pope Adrian II (–) or Pope Stephen V (–), but it was later supplemented in a different style until Pope Eugene IV (–) and then Pope Pius II Ascribed to: Jerome for the first chapters up to .