Henricus, de Cervo (floruit ca. 1362)
Since the 13th century the Quatuor libri sententiarum, a collection of teachings of the church fathers on important theological problems compiled by Peter Lombard in the middle of the 12th century, had the status of a textbook in theological faculties. The texts were an essential part of basic studies and were intensively interpreted in lectures and commentaries. This 14th century manuscript from the chained library of the Dominican Convent of Basel contains commentaries by Henry de Cervo, William of Ockham, Jakobus of Altavilla and others.
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- Adamus, Goddamus (Author) | Conradus, de Ebraco (Author) | Henricus, de Cervo (Author) | Jacobus, de Altavilla (Author) | Johannes, de Basilea (Author) | Ockham, Guilelmus de (Author) | Schretz, Heinricus (Annotator) | Wurstisen, Christian (Annotator) Found in: Standard description