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Possibly it was in imitation of Nicholas's work that the name glosa hebraica (the Hebrew commentary), or simply glosa, was bestowed upon Rashi's work by a Christian author of the thirteenth century, who, if not the famous scholar and monk Roger Bacon, must have been some one of the same type.
La primera de las obras de Cornago fue compuesta sobre un texto atribuído – por Garci Sánchez de Badajoz en el Infierno de Amor – a Diego de Castilla, y aparece aún, bajo la forma de una glosa de Rodrigo de Avalos, en el Cancionero General 1511.
Though Guzman had not inherited his father's poetic gift, he had a turn for versifying, and his burlesque _glosa_ of Luis de Leon's celebrated _quintillas_ --
La Barrera, following Gallardo, was careful to point out that lines 37-40 of the verses to Urganda la Desconocida are practically identical with four lines in Domingo de Guzman's glosa.
Biblia Latina cum glosa ordinaria et expositione Nicolai de Lyra.
Thus a _glosa_ (gloss) is a poem "beginning with a text, a line of which enters into each of the stanzas expounding it."
Though Guzman had not inherited his father's poetic gift, he had a turn for versifying, and his burlesque glosa of Luis de Leon's celebrated quintillas ”
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