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Quoniam est prius igitur loqui precedit quadruvialium disciplinarum breviter sunt consideranda: Que materia. que species. 28 Que Quid partes. Post iure trivialis trivialem industria \vero/ decus non verborum, habent pronunc insistendum, cuius gratia hec rerum, arithmetica, cui est philosofari 2 sollerciam. quadruvialem fessionem, prima quam ipsa sit. Quod Quod genus officium. eius. Que eius 3 Addunt preterea longiloquium libere de his que norunt facientes hec. Quis artifex. Quod instrumentum. Quis finis.

Vel quia tantum ingenuis et aut quia ingcniosis danda, vel quia liberos et expeditos requirunt animos, liberc et caste et sole, aut libere, id est propter se quia sui et <non> merces est, propter aliud addiscenda. 49 Finis 42 huius per ea que docentur in arte ista /fol. subiacet 2v/ generalis expellatur ignorantia. Humana enim natura triplici incommoditati: vicio, egritudini, ignorantie. vii. ignorantiam, vicia artes liberales. 50 Unde cleganter Gal(icnus): ab animo vicium, a corpore langor Omni et causa laborandum ut abscidatur a ventre saturitas, que ignorancie fastidicns mater.

Appendix: Edition of the Coventry Introduction to Boethius metica The edition following is a diplomatic Cambridge, Trinity College, R. 16, indicated by \/; editorial Ex cerebro Arcium 1 testardi B v -3 r fols. additions by <> abbreviations are placed in round brackets of transcript the Scribal , s De arith- MS in text additions are Realizations of ambiguous . (). 27 sermonum proprietate conrerum natura consolidatur. In sermonum proprietate summatur, aut in arcium liberalium aut doctrina liberalium tripliciter consistit in secundum quam co<g>nitio, distinguntur artes, grammatica, dialectica, rethorica, quarum prima tres loqui docet ad intelligendum, secunda ad credendum, tercia ad persuadendum.

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