Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Giles of Rome" by Roberto Lambertini

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Primary Sources

The most complete list of Giles’ works can be found in Del Punta–Donati–Luna 1993 together with the most reliable attempt at dating them (see also Donati 1990b as far as commentaries on Aristotle are concerned). The same article by Del Punta, Donati and Luna also contains the best available bibliography, which can be complemented with Lezcano 1995, 32–50 and Lanza 2003.It is impossible to reproduce all that information in the present entry. Standard older editions were reprinted in Frankfurt 1967–1970. Among the texts edited in our century I would mention the following:

Secondary Literature

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