[S. Thomae Aquinatis Expositio in Aristotelis libros I-II Posteriorum analyticorum] ... [microform] : [Roberti Grosseteste Commentarius in Aristotelis libros I-II posteriorum analyticorum ... Aegidii Romani Quaestio de medio demonstrationis]. [between 1300 and 1499]

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Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274. [S. Thomae Aquinatis Expositio in Aristotelis libros I-II Posteriorum analyticorum] ... [microform] : [Roberti Grosseteste Commentarius in Aristotelis libros I-II posteriorum analyticorum ... Aegidii Romani Quaestio de medio demonstrationis].

[S. Thomae Aquinatis Expositio in Aristotelis libros I-II Posteriorum analyticorum] ... [microform] : [Roberti Grosseteste Commentarius in Aristotelis libros I-II posteriorum analyticorum ... Aegidii Romani Quaestio de medio demonstrationis]. [between 1300 and 1499]

Text of Thomas Aquinas' In Aristotelis librum Analytica posteriora, Robert Grosseteste's Commentarius in Posteriorum analyticorum libros, Giles of Rome's Quaestio de medio demonstrationis, Angelus Clarenus's Quaestio de maxima et minima materia, and Jean de Jandun's Quaestiones super libros De anima Aristotelis, book 3. See printed catalog for full description: Codices Vaticani Latini. Tomus 2, pars 1. Codices 679-1134, p. 70.

105 leaves : parchment ; 265 x 200 mm.

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