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De amore

 
dc.contributor.author Andreas, Capellanus
dc.date.accessioned 2018-07-27
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dc.date.created 1185
dc.date.issued 1976-01-01
dc.identifier ota:0321
dc.identifier.citation http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/0321
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12024/0321
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dc.language Latin
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dc.publisher University of Oxford
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dc.subject.lcsh Etiquette books -- 12th century
dc.subject.other Etiquette books
dc.title De amore
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Praefatio . Cogit me multum assidua<s2>s tuae dilectionis in- stantia, Gualteri<s3>s venerande amice, ut<s4>s meo<s5>s tibi ebeam fam<s1n>se p<sr>sopa<s1are>s <smearum>squet miallnaueusums scripitis<s7>s docere<s8>s, qualiter inter amantes illaesus ossit<s9>s amoris status conservari, pariterve, qui<s10>s non amantur<s1>sl, quibus modis sibi cordi<s12>s affixa aleantl<s8>s Veneris iacula declinare. Asseris te nam- que novum amoris militem novaque<s14>s ipsius sau- iatum<s15>s sagitta illius<s16>s nescire<s17>s apte gubernare frena caballi nec ullum posse<s18>s tibi remedium nvenire. Quod quam<s19>s sit grave quamque<s20>s mo- lestet meum animum, nullis tibi possem<s21>s sermoni- bus explicare. Novi enim<s1>s et manifesto experi- mento percepi<s2>s, quod, qui<s3>s Veneris est servituti obnoxius, nil<s4>s valet perpensius cogitare, nisi ut aliquid semper valeat<s5>s suis actibus operari, quo magis<s6>s possit<s7>s ipsius illaqueari catenis: nihil<s8>s cre- dit, se habere<s9>s beatum nisi . . .
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