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A collection of small theological works by or attributed to Thomas Aquinas, often written in response to specific requests. One of these works, known as the Epistola ad ducissam Brabantiae (f. 67r-68r), which responds to a question from Marguerite of Constantinople, countess regnant of Flanders, about the treatment of Jews within her territory, is accompanied by two other unpublished responses to the same question, one attributed in the text to the Franciscan John Peckham and the other unattributed but possibly by theologian Gerard of Abbeville (Christie's). The manuscript contains numerous contemporary and later annotations, including texts for the rubricator, corrections to the text, and other notes.

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Catholic Church -- Doctrines, Catholic Church, Theology -- History -- Middle Ages 600-1500, Theology, History, Philosophy Medieval, Christianity and other religions -- Judaism, Christianity and other religions, Judaism, Christianity and antisemitism -- History, Christianity and antisemitism, Codices, Annotations, Treatises, Manuscripts Latin, Manuscripts Latin, Manuscripts Medieval


Medieval Studies | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion


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