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                            Medieval Latin
	CONTENTS
	ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
	PART ONE
		A— Introduction
			AA— Medieval Latin, Past and Present
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			AB— Background, Aims, and Structure of the Present Guide
			AC— Organization
			AD— Abbreviations
				General Abbreviations
				Abbreviations of Books of the Latin Bible
				Bibliographic Abbreviations
				Signs Used in Etymologies
		B— General Reference and Research Tools
			BA— Bibliographical Guides and Surveys
				(a)— Standard Bibliographical Tools for Medieval Latinists
				(b)— Specialized Medieval Bibliographies
			BB— Latin Dictionaries and Related Works
				(a)— Standard Latin Lexica, Classical and Postclassical
				(b)— Specialized Lexica and Lexicographical Works
				(c)— Medieval Glosses and Glossaries
			BC— Repertories of Authors, Texts, and Initia
				(a)— Literary Histories to 1900
				(b)— Modern Repertories
			BD— Encyclopedias, Encyclopedic Dictionaries, and Related Works
				(a)— General Reference Works
				(b)— National Biographical Dictionaries
				(c)— Other Reference Works
			BE— Computer Resources
				(a)— Orientation, Applications
				(b)— Databases, CD-ROMs, Etc.
				(c)— Electronic Discussion Groups
			BF— Other Basic Reference and Research Aids
				(a)— Dictionaries
				(b)— Guides to Libraries and Archives
				(c)— Guides to Scholars and Academic Institutions
				(d)— Historical Atlases
				(e)— Other Reference Works
			BG— Principal Series and Collections of Latin Texts
			BH— Periodicals
	PART TWO
		C— Medieval Latin Philology
			CA— Introduction
				The Nature of Medieval Latin
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			CB— Orthography and Pronunciation
				Orthography
				Pronunciation
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			CC— Morphology and Syntax
				Morphology
				Syntax
				Ungrammatical Latin
				Summary
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			CD— Vocabulary, Word Formation, and Lexicography
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			CE— Metrics
				Quantitative Verse
				Rhythmical Verse
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			CF— Prose Styles and Cursus
				Prose Styles
				Cursus
				Examples
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			CG— Latin and the Vernacular Languages
				Parameters
				Historical Orientation
				Sources and Contexts
				Linguistic Features
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			CH— Humanistic Latin
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		D - F— Varieties of Medieval Latinity
			DA— Christian and Biblical Latin
				Phonology, Orthography
				Morphology
				Vocabulary
				Christian Latin Syntax and Biblical Latin
				Some Exotic Elements in Biblical Latin Syntax
				Conclusion
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			DB— The Liturgy
				I— Texts of the Liturgical Apparatus
				II— Rites of the Liturgy
				III— Some Features of Liturgical Texts
				IV— Books Containing the Liturgical Texts
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			DC— Ecclesiastical and University Administration
				Introduction
				The Letter
				Provisions
				Formulas and Formularies
				Internal Communications
				Vocabulary
				Figures
				Syntax
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			DD— Secular Administration
				Introduction
				I— Sources, and the Production and Preservation of Administrative Documents
				II— Latin
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			DE— Charters, Deeds, and Diplomatics
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			DF— Canon Law
				Introduction
				The Pre-Gratian Period
				The Post-Gratian Period
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			DG— Roman and Secular Law
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			DH— Theology and Philosophy
				The Development of Theological Language
				The Inadequacies of Classical Latin to Express Christian Truths
				Key Terms: Theologia, Philosophia, and Ancilla
				Central Terms Concerning the Doctrines of the Trinity and the Incarnation
				The Chief Philosophical Sources of Medieval Thought
				Conclusion
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			DI— Grammar
				Grammar
				The Minimal Units
				Word, Meaning, and Form
				The Parts of Speech
				Morphology
				Syntax
				Conclusion
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			DJ— Music
				I
				II
				III
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			DK— Commerce
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			DL— Latin in Everyday Life
				Introduction
				Latin in Schools
				Glimpses of Everyday Life in Literary Texts
				Interaction of Literary and Record Sources
				The Latin of Record Clerks
				The Keeping of Records
				Daily Living in Latin Records
				Conclusion
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			EA— Science: Introduction
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			EB— Mathematics and Geometry
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			EC— Physics
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			ED— Astronomy, Cosmology, and Cosmography
				Sources
				Astronomy
				Cosmology and Cosmography
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			EE— Astrology
				Introduction
				Vocabulary and Syntax
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			EF— Chronology and Systems of Dating
				Computus
				Systems of Dating
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			EG— Cartography and Its Written Sources
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			EH— Zoology and Physiology
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			EI— Botany
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			EJ— Geology
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			EK— Chemistry and Alchemy
				Alchemical Doctrines
				The Alchemical Opus
				Alchemy and Medicine
				Metaphorical Language
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			EL— Medicine
				A Note On the System of Measures Used in Medieval Pharmacology
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			EM— Magic
				Classification of the Branches of Magic
				Technical Terminology Regarding the Practice of Magic
				Verbal Formulae Used in Magic
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			FA— Technology and Crafts: Introduction
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			FB— Artes Mechanicae
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			FC— Architecture
				Church Buildings
				Secular Buildings
				Architects and Workmen
				Materials and Ornamentation
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			FD— Weights and Measures
				Terms Derived from Classical Latin
				Medieval Latin Formations
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			FE— Weapons and Warfare
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			FF— Ships and Seafaring
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			FG— Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, and Forestry
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			FH— Manuscript Production
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			FI— Panel and Wall Painting, Mosaics, Metalwork, and Other Decorative Arts
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			FJ— Textiles
				Bibliography
			FK— Mining and Ore Processing
				Veins and Stringers
				The Mine, Ore Extraction, and the Miner
				Substances
				Furnaces, Forges, Tools, and Machines
				Ore Processing
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			FL— Minting and Money
				Minting
				Coins and Money
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			FM— Mills and Milling
				Grain Mills
				Other Industrial Mills
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	PART THREE
		G - H— Varieties of Medieval Latin Literature
			GA— Towards a History of Medieval Latin Literature
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			GB— The Latin Literature of Late Antiquity
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			GC— Epic
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			GD— Beast Epic and Fable
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			GE— Satire
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			GF— Proverbs and Epigrams
				Proverbs
				Epigrams
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			GG— Drama
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			GH— Exempla
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			GI— Lyric
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			GJ— Hymns
				Introduction
				The Legacy of Christian Antiquity
				Genres of Chanted Liturgical Poetry
				Conclusion: Intertextuality, Transfers, Transformations
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			GK— Biography
				The Concept of Biography
				The Period and Extent of Biographical Production
				The Martyr Acts of the Third and Fourth Centuries
				Fourth-Century Biographies of Monks: St. Jerome
				Lives of Bishops in the Fourth and Fifth Centuries
				Serial Biographies of the Sixth Century
				Merovingian Biographies
				Italy and Spain in the Early Middle Ages
				Ireland and England in the Early Middle Ages
				Carolingian Biographies (750–920)
				The Tenth and Eleventh Centuries: Ottonian Biography
				The Investiture Controversy and the Twelfth Century
				The Thirteenth Century
				The Fourteenth Century and Beginning of the Aetas Plutarchiana
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			GL— Hagiography
				Features of the Genre: An Overview
				A Chronological Survey
				Modern Scholarship
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			GM— Rhetoric
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			GN— Historiography
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			GO— Epistolography
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			GP— Sermons
				A— Sermons before 1200
				B— Sermons after 1200
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			GQ— Pastoralia: The Popular Literature of the Care of Souls
				Style of Pastoralia
				Forms of Pastoralia
				Content of Pastoralia
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			GR— Debates and Dialogues
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			GS— Travel Literature
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			GT— Vision Literature
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			GU— Devotional and Mystical Literature
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			GV— Encyclopedias
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			GW— Anthologies and Florilegia
				Florilegia
				Anthologies
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			HA— Medieval Translations: Latin and Hebrew
				Translations from Hebrew into Latin
				Translations from Latin into Hebrew
				Christian Hebraism in the Middle Ages
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			HB— Medieval Translations: Latin and Greek
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			HC— Medieval Translations: Latin and Arabic
				Historical Overview of the Translation Activity
				Methods and Character of the Translations
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			HD— Medieval Translations: Latin and the Vernacular Languages
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	INDICES
		Index I— Ancient, Late Antique, Medieval, and Renaissance Authors and Works
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			D
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		Index II— Modern Authors, Editors, and General Works of Reference
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			B
			C
			D
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      F.E. Robbins (1940, r1980)   Quadripartitum (Venice 1484): Latin translation of Plato of Tivoli 

Ptolemy, Almagest (Venice 1515): Latin translation of Gerard of Cremona (1175) 

Pseudo­Ptolemy, Centiloquium (Venice 1484), with the Quadripartitum (see [EE45]) 

E. Svenburg, ed., Die Latinska Lunaria (1936)   Lunaria et zodiologia latina (1963) 

Thabit * ibn Qurra, Liber de imaginibus, ed. F.J. Carmody, in The Astronomical Works of Thabit b. Qurra (1960): Latin text, pp180–97 

Zahel Ysmaelita [Sahl b. Bishr al­Isra'ili*], De principiis iuditiorum astrologie Introductorium (Frankfurt/Oder 1508) 

Zahel Ismaelita, ed. C.M. Crofts: "Kitab* al­iktiyarat* 'alal­buyut* al­itnai* asar* by Sahl ibn Bisr* al­Isra'ili with its Latin Translation De electionibus" (Ph.D. diss., 

Glasgow University, 1985): one of the very few modern critical editions of Medieval Latin astrological texts 

For initial orientation see O. Pedersen, "Astrology," in DMA 1:604–10   G. Saliba, "Astrology/Astronomy, Islamic," in DMA 1:616–24   and D. 

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R. Bonnard, "Notes sur l'astrologie latine au VIe siècle," in RBPhH 10 (1931) 557–77 

A. Bouché­Leclercq, L'astrologie grecque (1899, r1963): still unsurpassed as an introduction to classical astrology 

C. Burnett, "A Group of Arabic­Latin Translators Working in Northern Spain in the Mid­12th Century," in Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1977, 62–108: 

concerning the Liber trium iudicum and the Liber novem iudicum 

C. Burnett, "Some Comments on the Translating of Works from Arabic into Latin in the Mid­Twelfth Century," in Orientalische Kultur und Europäishes 

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C. Burnett, "Arabic, Greek, and Latin Works on Astrological Magic Attributed to Aristotle," in Pseudo­Aristotle in the Middle Ages: The "Theology" and Other 

Texts, ed. J. Kraye et al. (1986) 84–96 

C. Burnett, "Literal Translation and Intelligent Adaptation amongst the Arabic­Latin Translators of the First Half of the Twelfth Century," in La diffusione delle 

scienze islamiche nel medio evo europeo (1987) 9–28 

C. Burnett, "Adelard, Ergaphalau and the Science of the Stars," in Adelard of Bath: An English Scientist and Arabist of the Early Twelfth Century, ed. id. 

(1987) 133–45 

C. Burnett, "A New Source for Dominicus Gundissalinus's Account of the Science of the Stars?," in Annals of Science 47 (1990) 361–74 

C. Burnett, "Al­Kindi* on Judicial Astrology: 'The Forty Chapters,'" in Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 3 (1993) 77–117: includes sample texts from Alkindi's 

Iudicia in the translations by Robert Ketton and Hugo of Santalla 

C. Burnett, "An Unknown Latin Version of an Ancient Parapegma*: The Weather­

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L'Estrange Turner, et al. [EE65].

Micrologus

[EE66].

Arabic Astronomical and Astrological Sciences in Latin Translation: A Critical Bibliography [EE67].

Astrology, Science, and Society: Historical Essays

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Mélanges offerts à M.­D. Chenu, Bibliothèque Thomiste

[EE69].

Pierre Abélard–Pierre le Vénérable [EE70].

R&R [EE71].

Astrologia e scienza: La crisi dell'aristotelismo sul cadere del Trecento e Biagio Pelacani da Parma [EE72].

Viator eadem, The Rise of Magic in Early 

Medieval Europe [EE73].

REL [EE74].

Die Eigenschaften der Tierkreiszeichen in der Antike, SAr, [EE75].

Revue d'histoire des textes [EE76].

[EE77].

Astronomie. Astrologie. Lexique latin Gnomon [EE78].

Proceedings of the First International Symposium for the History of Arab Science et al.,

Centiloquium [EE79].

Abu Mashar and Latin Aristotelianism in the Twelfth Century: The Recovery of Aristotle's Natural Philosophy through Arabic Astrology

[EE80].

'Introductorium in astronomiam Revue de 

synthèse [EE81].

Christian Astrology

[EE82].

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Wetherbee, W. BG19, EC25, GE18, GI65–66

Wheeler, E.L. DA40

Whicher, G.F. GE6

White, B. DL12

White, H.J. DA69

White, L., Jr. EE97, FA13, FA21–22

White, T.H. GD17

Whiting, B.J. GF4

Whiting, H.W. GF4

Whitney, E. FB27

Whitrow, M. EA16

Whitwell, R.J. DL70, FF46

 BE8

Wickersheimer, E. EA15, EE98

Wiegand, H. BC117

Wieland, G.R. GJ38, GL53

Wielgus, S. EC5

Wiener, P.P. EE55

Wiesenbach, J. EF7

Wiethaus, U. GO45

Wight, J.A. FC51

Wigoder, G. BD65

Wikander, Ö. FM31

Wild, J.P. FJ82

Wilhelm, J.J. GI13

Wilkinson, J. GS39–40

Wilks, M. GH10

Willaert, F. GU37

Willard, H.M. GM17

Wille, G. DJ22

Willems, J.F.FJ6

Willemsen, C.A. EH16

William, G.H. HA12

Williams, D. GO54

Williams, H.F. BA23

Williams, M. BD25

Williman, J.P. DB102

Willis, G.G. DB81

Willis, J. GB36

Wilmans, R. GC61

Wilmart, A. DB138, GF24, GM29, GU20, GU24–25, GU42

Wilson, C. EC44

Wilson, F.P. GF5

Wilson, K.M. BC118, GC39

Wilson, N.G. GA83, HB43

Wilson, S. GL60

Wimmer, A. DL93

Wimmer, O. BD95

Winfield, D. FI31

Winstone, H.E. DB13

Winterbottom, M. CF24, CF52, GL26

Winterfeld, P. von GC1, GC24, GC47

Wippel, J.F. BA80, DH4, DH108

Wirbelauer, K.W. EJ48

Wirth, P. HB33

Wiseman, T.P. GN40, GN53

Wissemann, M. DA79

Wissowa, G. BD116

Witke, C. GB77, GE41

Witt, R. CF53, CH25, GM48

Wittstock, O. CG27

Wolf, A. DG38

Wolff, P. CG4

Wolfflin, E. von BB7

Wolfram, H. DD87, DD92–93

Wolfson, H.A. DH33, HA12, HC22

Wolterbeek, M. GE42

Wood, C.A. EH17

Wood, D. GP48

Wood, I. DD69, DD121, DD124

Wood, M. FC30

Woodbine, G.E. DG39

Woodward, D. EG30

Woolf, R. GU43

Woolgar, C.M. DL33, DL74

 BF56

Wordsworth, C. DB67

 BF78

 BF79

 BF82

 BE9

Worstbrock, F.J. GI67, GM5

 BD125

 BB40

 BB39

Wortman, W.A. BA41

Wotke, C. DA86

Wright, F.A. GA28

Wright, J.K. EG39, GS20

Wright, N. GC21, GN52

Wright, R. CB9, CD42, CG10, CG12, GA68–69, HD32

Wright, R.R. EE17

Wright, T. BC20, CD12, EJ2, GD32, GE7–10, GF25, GR17, GS5, GV1

Wrobel, J. DI16

Wülcker, R.P. CD12

Wunderli, P. GS41

Wuttke, H. EG3

Wyckoff, D. EJ1, EK14, FK43, GK18

Y

Yamamoto, K. EE9

Yano, M. EE9

Yans, A. FK14

Yapp, B. EH38

 BA43, CH5

Young, H. FE22

Young, K. GG17

Yudkin, J. DJ49

Yule, H. EG9, GS18

Yunck, J.A. GE43

Z

Zacour, N.P. GO41

Zafarana, Z. GP86

Zaleski, C. GT67

Zambelli, P. EE99, EM25

Zaminer, F. DJ24

Zampolli, A. BE20

Zangger, K. FJ83

Zarncke, F.H.T. BF50

Zawart, A. BC119

 BA36

Zelzer, M. DH29

Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte FI13

Zeumer, K. DD5–6, DG44–45, GM32

Zeydel, E.H. GA70, GD20, GG62

Ziegler, K. BD116, EE22

Zimmermann, A. EC19, EE59

Zinn, G. BD78

Ziolkowski, J.M. GA71, GC6, GC14, GC19, GD45, GI14, GR44, GW27

Zolli, P. BF11

Zophy, J.W. BA155, BD84

Zucchetti, G. FC12

Zulueta, F. De DG35

Zumthor, P. GA97

Zupitza, J. CG22

Zupko, R.E. FD13–19

Zycha, J. EM3

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