Cambridge Core – European History – Chartularium Universitatis Parisiensis – by Heinrich Denifle. Chartularium Universitatis Parisiensis 4 Volume Set: Sub auspiciis consilii generalis facultatum parisiensium (Cambridge Library Collection – Medieval History). Chartularium Universitatis Parisiensis, Volume 2 (Latin Edition) [Heinrich Denifle, Émile Chatelain, Université De Paris] on *FREE* shipping on.
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Catalog Record: Chartularium Universitatis parisiensis | Hathi Trust Digital Library
Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Description An Austrian Dominican priest, Parislensis Denifle carried out painstaking research in the archives of the Vatican and in libraries throughout Europe, resulting in several major publications on medieval history and theology.
In he was appointed to edit the medieval records of the University of Paris, ujiversitatis the assistance of the palaeographer Chartularim Chatelaine Paris was the centre of theological learning in Europe in the Middle Ages, and the records here contain important information regarding the university’s organisation, teachers, students, relations with popes and kings, religious orders, and intellectual controversies.
The four volumes published between and contain the texts of some 2, records, with references to many more in the notes.
Volume 3 coversas the university dealt with the aftermath of the Black Death, universitatos with the Hundred Years War. The Best Books of Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Looking for beautiful books?
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