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A Mother’s Manual for the Women of Ferrara: A Fifteenth-Century Guide to Pregnancy and Pediatrics. (/isis/citation/CBB522168881/) unapi

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Hasdai Crescas on Codification, Cosmology and Creation: The Infinite God and the Expanding Torah. (/isis/citation/CBB900249871/) unapi

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Quelques notes générales sur les textes scientifiques de Bessarion. Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences (pp. 78-103). (/isis/citation/CBB397787267/) unapi

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De la bibliographie autour de Bessarion : perspectives et pistes ouvertes à la recherche. Une première approche. Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences (pp. 154-217). (/isis/citation/CBB088519715/) unapi

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‘Your flexible friend’: the bill of exchange in theory and practice in the fifteenth century†. Economic History Review (pp. 873-891). (/isis/citation/CBB630033652/) unapi

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Before the end of an error: Giovanni Bianchini’s original flawed treatise on the conversion of stellar coordinates. Archive for History of Exact Sciences (pp. 109-124). (/isis/citation/CBB403025207/) unapi

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