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    Teobaldo II de Navarra : Gobierno de la monarquía y recursos financieros. M. Raquel García Arancón, Angel J. Martín Duque. [REVIEW]Kristine Utterback - 1988 - Speculum 63 (3):662-664.
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    Parentesco, poder y mentalidad: La nobleza castellana, siglos XII-XV.Isabel Beceiro Pita, Ricardo Córdoba de la Llave.Kristine Utterback - 1993 - Speculum 68 (3):720-721.
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    Teaching Medieval Christian Contemplation: An Ethical Dilemma?Kristine T. Utterback - 2013 - Buddhist-Christian Studies 33:53-61.
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    The Medieval Crown of Aragon: A Short History. T. N. Bisson.Kristine Utterback - 1989 - Speculum 64 (3):661-662.
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    “Cum Multimodi Curiositatis”: A Musical Treatise From Eleventh-Century Cataloniaarticle Author Queryutterback Kt [Google Scholar]the Breviarium De Musica By A Monk Named Oliva Is The Initial Treatise Found In Ms Ripoll 42, And It Indicates The State Of Musica Speculativa At The Monastery Of Santa María De Ripoll In The Mid-Eleventh Century. Ripoll, Located Near The Spanish-French Border North Of Barcelona, Was A Major Intellectual Center In Medieval Catalonia. Its Scriptorium Began Ca. 935, During The Abbacy Of Arnulfus, And By The Mid-Eleventh Century Its Library Contained Nearly Two Hundred Books. Musical Manuscripts From The Eleventh Century Indicate That Ripoll Was Actively Concerned With Musica Practica; Anglès Suggested That Ripoll Was Among The Earliest Monasteries To Employ The Singleline Staff. The Unique Treatise To Be Considered Here Indicates That Members Of The Community Were Also Interested In Theoretical Music, Musica Speculativa. Jquery.Click { Event.Preventdefault(); }.Kristine Utterback - 1979 - Speculum 54 (2):283-296.
    The Breviarium de musica by a monk named Oliva is the initial treatise found in MS Ripoll 42, and it indicates the state of musica speculativa at the monastery of Santa María de Ripoll in the mid-eleventh century. Ripoll, located near the Spanish-French border north of Barcelona, was a major intellectual center in medieval Catalonia. Its scriptorium began ca. 935, during the abbacy of Arnulfus, and by the mid-eleventh century its library contained nearly two hundred books. Musical manuscripts from the (...)
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