Certain Tractates, Vol. 2: Together With The Book Of Four Score Three Questions, And A Translation Of Vincentius Lirinensis (Classic Reprint).pdf
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (27 Sept. 2015)
By: Ninian Winzet (Author)
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This second volume of Winzet's works consists of his translation of the 'Commonitorium' of Vincentius Lerinensis, to which are appended Historical Notes and a Glossarial Index explanatory of'The Certane Tractatis' (vol. i.) and of the 'Commonitorium.'
A further research into the Life of Winzet at Linlithgow, Antwerp, Rome, and Ratisbon, has been repaid by the acquirement of a few fresh facts of material interest, and by the satisfaction of knowing that, as far as possible, every field of information has been carefully gleaned in order to obtain a complete view of the life and influence of a prominent Scotsman in an important epoch.
An inspection of a large mass of documents - proceedings of Bailie Courts, notarial protocols, and other legal instruments dating from the 16th century, lying in the archives of Linlithgow burgh - threw no fresh light upon Winzet's scholastic career in that ancient town.
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