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Liber Christianae religionis by Thomas of Ireland, 1464

Identifier: MS 78/ff. 63r-81v
Contents Thomas of Ireland (c.1265 c.1329), also known as Thomas Hibernicus, came from county Kildare in Ireland and became a Fellow of the College of the Sorbonne, in Paris. At his death, he bequeathed the books he had written to the Sorbonne, including the work De Christianae religionis, which deals with what he classifies as the three fundamental points of Christian religion: faith, obedience to the Ten Commandments and avoidance of the seven deadly sins. For this...