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Auriols Rubrics: Citations Of University Theologians In Peter Auriols Scriptum In Primum Librum Sententiarum

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Peter Auriol's Scriptum in primum librum Sententiarum holds a special place in the intellectual history of the fourteenth century. Its size alone sets it apart from most other works of its type. There is a substantial obstacle to overcome in analyzing Auriol's citations: the early modern edition by Cardinal Costantino Sarnano. This chapter is based on the results of a count of all of the citations in Auriol's rubrics and their collation against the 1596 edition. This was accomplished in the following way: as part of the Peter Auriol editing project, the Institute for Church History of the University of Copenhagen funded the electronic transcription of the entire Scriptum from the printed edition.

Keywords: Peter Auriol; Primum Librum Sententiarum; Sarnano edition; scriptum

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