Oxford studies presented to Daniel Callus.

; Callus, Daniel Angelo Philip
Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1964.

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Other Authors Callus, Daniel Angelo Philip.
Subjects University of Oxford -- History.
Series Oxf. Hist. Soc. (Series) ; ser. 2, v. 16.
Description viii, 319 p. : ill., port. ; 23 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Foreword, by R. W. Southern -- Northerners and southerners in the organization of the university to 1509, by A. B. Emden -- The halls and schools of medieval Oxford: an attempt at reconstruction, by W. A. Pantin -- Foreign Dominican students and professors at the Oxford Blackfriars, by W. A. Hinnebusch -- The curriculum of the Faculty of Canon Law at Oxford in the first half of the fourteenth century, by L. Boyle -- Oxford grammar masters in the Middle Ages, by R. W. Hunt -- Walter Burley, by C. Martin -- Roger Swyneshed, O. S. B., logician, natural philosopher, and theologian, by J. A. Weisheipl -- Wyclif's Postilla on the Old Testament and his Principium, by B. Smalley -- Medieval aftermath: Oxford logic and logicians of the seventeenth century, by I. Thomas -- Bibliography of the published writings of Daniel Callus (p. [313]-319)
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