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CERCHIARI, MARINUS.
Father Marinus Cerchiari, In starbis nat[urali]s Aris[totelis] sectiones in sent[enti]a Saneti Thomae, 1641

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Cerchiari, Marinus.
Title: Father Marinus Cerchiari, In starbis nat[urali]s Aris[totelis] sectiones in sent[enti]a Saneti Thomae, 1641
Call Number:Manuscript Collection No. 044
Extent: 0.1 cubic ft. (1 volume)
Abstract:Contains one 48 page manuscript entitled "In starbis nat[urali]s Aris[totelis] sectiones in sent[enti]a Saneti Thomae." Composed in Latin, the manuscript focuses on the natural philosophy of Aristotle in the ideas of St. Thomas Aquinas.
Language:Materials entirely in Latin.

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Citation

[after identification of item(s)], Father Marinus Cerchiari, In starbis nat[urali]s Aris[totelis] sectiones in sent[enti]a Saneti Thomae, Archives and Manuscript Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.

Processing

Processed by Cynthia Crouch and Fred Grater, May 1986.


Collection Description

Biographical Note

A Dominican, Marinus Cerchiari was an Italian from Patavia, who lived in the mid-seventeenth century in the province of St. Dominic in Venice. According to Brother Cherbino Torri, in the Memorials of that province, Cerchiari also composed a manuscript entitled "Rosary of the Holy Madonna."

Scope and Content Note

"In starbis nat[urali]s Aris[totelis] sectiones in sent[enti]a Saneti Thomae" is a 48 page manuscript commentary, in Latin, on the natural philosophy of Aristotle in the ideas of Saint Thomas Aquinas. The pages are in poor condition and the handwriting may be difficult to read.



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