2 edition of Oxford studies presented to Daniel Callus. found in the catalog.
Oxford studies presented to Daniel Callus.
Oxford Historical Society.
|Contributions||Callus, Daniel Angelo Philip.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
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Oxford studies presented to Daniel Callus. Oxford, Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Daniel Angelo Philip Callus: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D A Callus; Oxford Historical Society (Oxford, England). Oxford Studies Presented to Daniel Callus Oxford Historical Society, Oxford Historical Society Bookseller: GreatBookPrices (Columbia, MD, U.S.A.) Seller Rating.
Smalley, Beryl, “Wyclif's Postilla on the Old Testament and his Principium,” in Oxford Studies Presented to Daniel Callus, ed. Southern (Oxford, ), pp. –96 Somerset, Fiona, Oxford studies presented to Daniel Callus. book Discourse and Lay Audience in Late Medieval England (Cambridge, )Cited by: Oxford Scene: A View of the University and City by Chris Andrews: The Oxford Science Walk by Sophie Huxley: Oxford Studies Presented to Daniel Callus.
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EDMUNDS, – Edited by Antonia Gransden THE TRIAL OF WALTER LANGTON, BISHOP OF LICHFIELD, – By Alice Beardwood OXFORD STUDIES PRESENTED TO DANIEL CALLUS (Oxford Historical Society, new series, xvi) THE EARLY ROLLS OF MERTON COLLEGE OXFORD.
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bottom portion of page torn out of book, no text is affected. text is unmarked. binding tight. “ Medieval Aftermath: Oxford Logic and Logicians of the Seventeenth Century ”. Oxford Studies Presented to Daniel Callus (= Oxford Historical Society, N.A., 16), – Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Oxford studies presented to Daniel Callus. Published: () Whereas by an ordinance of Parliament of the 21 of Aprillit is ordered that the bursers and treasurers of the colledges in Oxford shall keep such monies as they have received.on Medieval Latin studies () There have been few publications dealing primarily with Medieva l Latin as a language, apart from the Revised Word-List of Medieval Latin from British and Irish Sources (Oxford U.P.xxiii + pp.), edited for the British Academy by R.
E. Latham. This contains about twice as much material as Baxter and.Oxford Studies Presented to Daniel Callus (Northerners and southerners in the organization of the University to ; The halls and schools of medieval Oxford; Foreign Dominican students and professors at the University; The curriculum of the Faculty of Canon Law at Oxford in the first half of the 14th century; Oxford grammar masters in the middle ages; Walter Burley; Robert Swyneshed; Wyclif.