Studies in Medieval Thought and Learning. From Abelard to by Beryl Smalley FBA

By Beryl Smalley FBA

These fifteen essays variety from Peter Abelard to John Wyclif. Beryl Smalley brings those males to existence, uncovering what they learn and what they idea and placing them into their historic context.

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My pupil Miss G. TEN KATE is completing a doctoral thesis on Andrew and his Hebrew sources. 17. Essai sur la succession et la date des ecrits de Hugues de Saint-Victor (Spicilegium Pontificii Athenaei Antoniani, 13), Rome 1960, 40-45, 207. 32 AN EARLY TWELFTH-CENTURY COMMENTATOR ON LEV. longer to reach some libraries than others : the bibliophile of St Amand added the Notulae to his collection 1150-116818. We may safely conclude that X was not in touch with St Victor and hence that he cannot have lived near Paris.

XXVI, 1959, p. 51. LES COMMENTAIRES BIBLIQUES DE L'EPOQUE ROMANE Note: Dr. Phil. thesis, Bodleian Library, Oxford, 1978); 'The Manuscripts of Herbert of Bosham', Manuscripts at Oxford: an exhibition in memory of Richard William Hunt (1908-1979), ed. C. C. Barker-Benfield (Oxford, Bodleian Library, 1908) 39-41. On the earliest witnesses to the Gloss of Laon see now my *Some Gospel Commentaries of the Early Twelfth Century', Recherches de Theologie ancienne et medievale, xlv (1978) 147-180. 25 This page intentionally left blank 4 An Early Twelfth-Century Commentator on the Literal Sense of Leviticus This anonymous author has escaped notice hitherto because his commentary takes the form of glosses, inserted into what at first sight looks like a standard copy of the Gloss.

32 AN EARLY TWELFTH-CENTURY COMMENTATOR ON LEV. longer to reach some libraries than others : the bibliophile of St Amand added the Notulae to his collection 1150-116818. We may safely conclude that X was not in touch with St Victor and hence that he cannot have lived near Paris. It would be unsafe to put him before 1125 or thereabouts on the grounds that he did not know Hugh's work, and so make him a precursor of Hugh, since his teaching suggests a date well after the first decade of the century19.

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