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Pourcain on limit decision, mathematics and physics of the first and last instants: Walter Burley and William of Ockham, Nicholas of Autrecourt's Quaestio de intensione visionis revisited: the scola Oxoniensis and Parisian masters on limit decision problems, the limit decision problem and four-dimensionalism, and contradictory change.
Cannabis peregrina gemmis fructuum longioribus Morison (.Plantarum historice universalis Oxoniensis 1699; 3:433); Morison cited Bauhin and Rheede;
David Fairer (London: Routledge/Thoemmes Press, 1998), 311-14; and Anthony Wood, Athenae Oxoniensis, vol.
Bibliotheca Oxoniensis. (Recognovit breviqve adnotatione critica instrvxit Ioannes Burnet).
If not, the neural arch should present an anterior position, a synapomorphy of Titanosauriformes (e.g., Upchurch et al., 2004) and convergent with Cetiosaurus oxoniensis (Upchurch and Martin, 2003).
Catalogus librorum tam antiquorum quam recentium in omni facultate insignium, quorum auctio (in gratiam & commodum celeberrimae academiae Oxoniensis) Oxoniae habenda est Novemb.
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), item L-126, has a list of books (with their prices) that were to be sold in Oxford in 1483 by Thomas Hunt, "stacionarius vniuersitatis oxoniensis"; Falconer Madan, ed., "The Daily Ledger of John Dorne 1520," Collectanea First Series, ed.
Scriptorum Classicorum Bibliotheca Oxoniensis. Oxonii: E Typographeo Clarendoniano.
PLATONIS OPERA (1967) Tomvs I, Scriptorvm Classicorvm Bibliotheca Oxoniensis, Oxonii e Typographeo Clarendoniano, Great Britain.
Like any autobiography Wood's is a partial, polished and retrospective account of its author's experiences, written towards the very end of his life and after the works which made his reputation, the Historia et Antiquitates Universitatis Oxoniensis (1674) and Athenae Oxonienses and Fasti (1691-2), were published.
(101) Anthony Wood, 'Walter Pope', Athenae Oxoniensis, 3rd ed., ed.