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R61. Iohannes de Tambaco Op (Iohannes Dambacensis, Iohannes de Dambach, Tambach, Than-, Cam-, Zam-, -Bico, -Buco), 1288–1372

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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 author says in the prologue that he started to work during his exile. He consoles in the style of Boethius; however it is not Philosophia but Theologia who is consoled. He describes Theologia as a venerable lady who comes down from heaven. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Latin dialogues; Middle Ages; Philosophia; Theologia



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