LIBER SUPER ETHICORUM ARISTOTELIS (Commentary on the Ethics of Aristotle);Illuminated manuscript on vellum By Thomas Aquinas
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- ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT, MEDIEVAL MUSIC, MINIATURE, ITALIAN RENAISSANCE, RENAISSANCE FERRARA, ITALY, ESTE, GUGLIELMO GIRALDI, THOMAS AQUINAS, ARISTOTLE, NICOMACHEAN ETHICS
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