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... Comment c.1466 John Chrysostom, Nonaginta homiliae in Mattheum Johannes Mentelin Strasbourg Latin translation by Georgius Trapezuntius ... The translation was made between 1448 and 1450 ... Beginning with that of Andreas Contrarius in 1454, this translation was object of many criticisms ...
... James of Venice may have collected texts from Michael's workshop for translation into Latin ... including Michael's commentaries on the Nicomachean Ethics was translated into Latin by Robert Grosseteste, and again by Giovanni Bernardo Feliciano (Venice 1541) ...
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