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Discovering Rutger Dole of Roermond ( †1409) via Henry of Rheinfelden's Collection of Notes

Abstract : Among the puzzling and fascinating situations that we face when confronting the composition of manuscript Basel, UB, A X 44, folio 24r-v presents us with the colors to paint the portrait of yet another author who belongs in the gallery of the first generation of theologians from the University of Vienna, that of Rutger Dole. 1 Who is this author and what texts can be attributed to him? These questions provide the structure for this tripartite paper: first, an examination of the author's biographical data and an attempt to deduce something about his intellectual profile; second, a discussion of the textual evidence linked with his name; third, an appendix with the pertinent fragments identifiable in the Basel manuscript.
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Monica Brinzei. Discovering Rutger Dole of Roermond ( †1409) via Henry of Rheinfelden's Collection of Notes. The Rise of an Academic Elite : Deans, Masters, and Scribes at the University of Vienna before 1400, ed. M. Brinzei, (Studia Sententiarum, 6), Brepols forthcoming, In press. ⟨hal-03468817⟩



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