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Balliol 63 and Parisian Theology around 1320

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The article provides a survey of the content of Balliol College 63, with special attention to the questions of Gerard of Siena. It establishes that many of the texts in the first half of the manuscript (ff. 1r-88v) are pre-edited versions written at Paris in the 1317-1321 period. To illustrate that point, Gerard of Siena's question on whether the articles of faith are the principles of theology is edited in the appendices in its pre-edited (Balliol 63) and final form as edited by Gerard in the 1320s.

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2009-10-01
2016-12-04

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