Disciplina Clericalis

Title:  Disciplina Clericalis

Translated byWilliam Henry Hulme, Ph.D. Professor English

Non Canonized Sacred Text

Note: English Translation from The Fifteenth Century Worcester Cathedral Manuscript F.112

Published: Western Reserve University 10940 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland 1919

(PDF File Size: 18 mb) 92 pages

Our Ref: ECST: 227

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Outline[1]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disciplina_Clericalis: Disciplina clericalis is a book by Petrus Alphonsi. Written in the beginning of the 12th century it is a collection of fables and tales and is the oldest European book of its kind.


1 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disciplina_Clericalis

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