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R29. Iohannes Pecham Ofm? (Iohannes Betsam / Paccianus / Peachamus / Peccanus / Pech / De Pecham / Pechanus / Pecranus/ Peczanus / Pesch / Pescham / Petsan / Piccianus / De Pitcham / Pizanus), um 1225/30–1292

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This chapter is a part of the 119 works from the corpus of the Latin dialogues of the Middle Ages presented in this book Lateinische Dialoge 1200-1400. It presents the title, incipit and explicit as well as information on author, date, textual transmission, editions and a summary of the contents. The chapter presents a dialogue between Magister and Discipulus without introduction or narrative framework. The Discipulus provides quick questions that are answered in detail by the master. He rarely objects, and does not argue against the master, but seeks his advice. The Magister argues especially with the Bible and with Augustine. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Discipulus; Iohannes Pecham; Latin dialogues; Magister; Middle Ages

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