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The familial relationships among the four manuscripts are problematic. There are two particular examples that are helpful in understanding the confused interrelationship of the manuscripts: the missing Corollary xv and the confused Figure 14. V is lacking the entire Corollary xv in the De vision and thus is probably not the direct exemplar for any of the other three manuscripts. The Florence manuscript is also missing Corollary xv, but supplies it – in what appears to be the same hand – following its first variant ending.

Keywords: De visione stellarum; Nicole Oresme

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