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Corona Aurea coruscantibus gemmis: & precciosissimis conserta margaritis i[n] qua he per pulchre & scientifice matie parisiensi more per tractantur

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Corona Aurea coruscantibus gemmis: & precciosissimis conserta margaritis i[n] qua he per pulchre & scientifice matie parisiensi more per tractantur (a.k.a. Corona Aurea de anima)

By Jacobus Brutus


<span lang="EN-CA">Jacobus Brutus was born in Castello dell’Acqua  in Clurium in the diocese of Como in northern Italy. He was a layman, with wife and children. He taught history to Borso, Prince of Correggio, and instructed Borso’s son in the elements of grammar. He also …

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IncunabulaIncunabulum16th CenturyTheologyPhilosophyRenaissanceItalian RenaissanceThomistScholasticScholasticismMedievalFirst EditionsEditio PrincepsEditiones Principes


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