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The quaestiones in Sententias of Michael de Massa, Oesa. a redating

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Michael de Massa's Quaestiones in Sententias remain one of the richest unedited and, for the most part, unstudied texts of the fourteenth century. The preliminary ground work was laid by Damasus Trapp almost a half century ago, but very little use has been made of Massa's work since then. This chapter concentrates on three points: the authenticity of Vat. lat. 1087 as a work of Michael de Massa; the dating of Massa's time as sententiarius; and the origin and assembling of the questions included in Vat. lat. 1087.

Keywords: Damasus Trapp; Michael de Massa; Quaestiones in Sententias



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