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  1. Robert Grosseteste, Richard C. Dales & Servus Gieben (1996). Hexaëmeron. Revue Philosophique de la France Et de l'Etranger 186 (2):302-303.
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  2. Richard Dales & Servus Gieben (1968). The Prooemium to Robert Grosseteste's HexaemeronArticle Author Querydales Rc [Google Scholar]Gieben s [Google Scholar]. Speculum 43 (3):451-461.
    Robert Grosseteste's Hexaemeron, together with his commentary on the Posterior Analytics, is one of the most important and influential works the great bishop wrote. Despite the fact that the Hexaemeron is a crucial document for our understanding of the philosophy and theology of the early thirteenth century and was composed by one of the greatest scholars of that age, it has never been printed, either in a modern critical edition or in an old uncritical one. jQuery.click { event.preventDefault(); }).
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  3. Servus Gieben (1968). Berchoriana Giraldus Valete, O.Min., Source of the Re Pertori Um Moral E. Vivarium 6 (1):62-64.
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  4. Servus Gieben (1967). Robert Grosseteste and Medieval Courtesy-Books. Vivarium 5 (1):47-74.
  5. Aimé Forest, Fernand van Steenberghen, Maurice Patronnier de Gandillac, Servus Gieben & Corrado da Alatri (1965). Il Movimento Dottrinale Nei Secoli Ix-Xiv. Editrice S. A. I. E.
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  6. Servus Gieben (1963). Four Chapters on Philosophical Errors From the Rudimentum Doctrinae of Gilbert of Tournai, 0. Min. (Died 1284). Vivarium 1 (1):141-164.