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De Nolhac on Petrarch and the Humanists - De Nolhac's Pétrarche et l'Humanisme. Vol. 91 in Bibliothèque de l'École des Hautes Études. Paris. 1892.

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page 172 note 1 Is it not time that Comparetti's classical work on Virgil in the Middle Age should find an English translator?

page 174 note 1 I think it possible that Alcionius did really work up some, professedly Ciceronian excerpts, on Gloria, such as are found in some of the collections of moral extracts which were not unfrequent in the Middle Age. I have myself seen in the Bodleian a large Defloratio which included, if my memory does not deceive me, such excerpts and on this very subject.

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