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This florilegium, composed around 1306, compiles over 5,000 citations attributed to classical, patristic and medieval authors, all organised thematically and alphabetically, from abstinentia to Christus. In Spain it also spread very quickly,…

This incunable, printed in Lyon in 1494, contains two works by the English Franciscan William of Ockham, written against the second Pope of Avignon John XXII. Still preserved in its contemporary binding (white tawed leather over wooden boards, with…
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