Abbaye de Saint-Victor manuscript, [microform].


Abbaye de Saint-Victor manuscript, [microform].

The papers consist of a manuscript originally from the Abbey of Saint-Victor, now catalogued as Fond Latin 14579 in the Bibliothè€que Nationale, pp. 1-343. It includes treatises of "Petrus de Alliaco (2, 88, 178), Henr. de Hassia de Allemannia (8), Nic. Oresme (18, 334, 380), Henr. de Hassia (60), Jo. de Gersonio (74, 168), Guill, Okam (88, 345), Nic. de Lira (323); Albertus Magnus (339) and De potestate inquisitorum (255), De compoto (309), and Discours des ambassadeurs du dauphin au pape, le 4 dec. 1419 (320)."

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SNAC Resource ID: 8029195

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William, of Ockham, approximately 1285-approximately 1349 (person)

Albertus, Magnus, 1193-1280. (person)

Oresme, Nicole, approximately 1320-1382 (person)

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