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Collectio repetitionum tholosana (ca. 1280)

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Ms. Seu d'Urgell, Biblioteca Capitular 2042, ff. 105ra–123va, holds a collection of repetitiones, regarding trial, which were given in the University of Toulouse around 1280 (or even in the seventies of that century): it is the oldest collection of repetitiones known for Toulouse, and in any case one of the very first testimonies of that remarkable University's activity. Through the analysis of the collection the author aims to prove their origin, age, cultural influence, and suggests the likely identity of its author with the well-known Toulouse master Guillaume de Ferrières.

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