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Stanislav of Znojmo and the Arrival of Wyclif's Remanence Theory at the University of Vienna

Abstract : In 1447, when Tommasso di Bartholomeo Parentucelli, previously master of theology at the University of Bologna, was elected Pope Nicholas V, he was guided by an ambitious project: to build a library. This was the origin of what is known today as the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana. It is not my goal here to retrace the history of this institution, but I will begin by pointing out that from its beginnings a special place in Nicholas's library was devoted to Sentences commentaries. 1 In 1455, when Nicholas V died, his library consisted of around 800 Latin manuscripts and approximately 400 Greek manuscripts, with none in other languages. In one single room,
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Monica Brinzei. Stanislav of Znojmo and the Arrival of Wyclif's Remanence Theory at the University of Vienna. Wycliffism and Hussitism: Contexts, Methods of Thinking, Writing, and Persuasion, c. 1360- c. 1460, 2021. ⟨hal-03607197⟩

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