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David Luscombe studied and taught in the University of Cambridge and was Professor of Medieval History in the University of Sheffield until 2003. He has edited other writings by Abelard and has written extensively on the history of medieval thought and religion. He has been a Fellow of the British Academy since 1986 and was President of the International Society for Study of Medieval Philosophy (S.I.E.P.M.) from 1997 to 2002.
Table of Contents
|History And Legend|
|The Letter Collection|
|Other Letters Relating to the Oratory of the Paraclete|
|Authorship and Authenticity of the Letter Collection|
|Style and Structure|
|Epistulae Duorum Amantium|
|The Development of the Oratory of the Paraclete|
|History of the Text|
|The Surviving Manuscripts|
|Lost or Uncertainly Identified Manuscripts and other Testimonies to the Letter Collection Prior to the First Printed Edition|
|Summary List of Surviving and Lost or Uncertainly Identified Manuscripts in Approximate Chronological Order and of their Provenance or Earliest Known Possessors|
|Printed Editions of the Letter Collection: Before 1800|
|Printed Editions from 1800 of the Letter Collection which use one or more Manuscripts, both Latin and French|
|The Present Edition|
|Relationships between the Manuscripts|
|Sigla of the Manuscripts|
|Summary of Manuscript Witnesses to each of the Letters and of their Extents|
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