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  • After René Antoine Gauthier identified in the master Guillaume Arnauld the real author of the Lectura supra logicam veterem attributed to Giles of Rome (Tabarroni 1988), interest in logical works focused mainly on his Commentary on the Sophistici Elenchi.

    Giles of Rome

  • Philosophi saeculi veterem amorem novo, quasi clavum clavo repellere, quod et Assuero regi septem principes

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Injuries, abuses, are very offensive, and so much the more in that they think veterem ferendo invitant novam, by taking one they provoke another: but it is an erroneous opinion, for if that were true, there would be no end of abusing each other; lis litem generat; 'tis much better with patience to bear, or quietly to put it up.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Quis non vidit et amavit? veterem et novam vidi Romam, sed tibi similem non vidi Panareta; felix qui Panareta fruitur, &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Tunetanum regnum veterem Africam minorem ferme totam occupat.

    The Fardle of Facions, conteining the aunciente maners, customes and lawes, of the peoples enhabiting the two partes of the earth, called Affricke and Asie

  • A.bert of Saxony: 1988, Quaestiones in artem veterem, ed.A. Muñoz García, Maracaibo: Univ. del Zulia.

    Medieval Semiotics

  • Nihilominus multa sunt prædia, multæ villæ, quas haud facile recensuero, quarum ædificia veterem illam excellentiam imitantur, et quarum domus sunt maximæ, et latæ et longæ, tum plærúmque benè altæ.

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • Giles of Rome: 1507, Expositio in artem veterem, Venice, rpt.

    Medieval Semiotics

  • -- Ed. [90] "Dico veterem Nativitatem atque adeo omnes vires naturae, quae naturali propagatione transfunduntur in sobolem in scriptura damnari; maledictam cordis nostri imaginationem, rationem, os, manus, pedes peccato et tenebris involuta in nobis omnia."


  • [83] "Sicut in nativitate carnali omnem nascentis hominis voluntatem praecedit operis divini formatio, sic in spirituali nativitate qua veterem hominem deponere incipimus."



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