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Korolec 1967-68) a treatise on the trinity, De signis notionalibus (ed. Bonaventure, by the Franciscan Archive: several links to online texts & translations, including the Commentary on the Sentences (Quaracchi edition) along with an english transl. (book 1 also avalable on CD-ROM ). He gallantly promised his help to the courtesan Theodota, who rewarded him with the invitation: "Come often to see me."(Durant, p. 366) His mother was a midwife. Afifi al-Akiti & Charles Burnett (Warburg Institute Studies and Texts 4).

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