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Aristotle
Eorum quae Physica sequuntur sive Metaphysicorum, ut vocant, in libri tredecim. Paris: Thomas Richardus, 1564
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Aristotle
“De physica,” France, 13th century
Manuscript on vellum
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Aristotle
Opera (5 volumes, in Greek)
Venice: Aldus Manutius, 1495–98
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Columbanus Parent (17th century) and Antonius Chassé (17th century)
Octo libri Physicorum ad mentem D. Thomae; Commentarius in duos Aristotelis libros De generatione et corruptione; Tractatus in Metaphysicam Aristotelis; Commentarius in quatuor Aristotelis libros De coelo; Disputationes in tres libros Aristotelis De anima
Saint-Amand Abbey, France, 1664–65
Manuscript on paper
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Aristotle
Duodecim libri Metaphisice
Leipzig: Martin Landsberg, 1503
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John Manners  (1609–1695)
Disputationes in octo libros Physicorum
Perugia, Italy, 1647
Manuscript on paper
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