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P. Carolus Horatii a Castorano O.F.M., Brevis apparatus et modus agendi ac disputandi cum mahumetanis et opuscula breviora, ed. José Martínez Gázquez, Nàdia Petrus Pons, Antonianum, Roma 2021.
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