Full Ancient Books/Essays
- A new disputation against women, in which it is demonstrated that they are not human beings, Leipzig 1595.
- A Thorough and researched description .... on Whether Women are Human Beings or Not?!, 1618.
- A Thorough and researched description
.... on Whether Women are Human Beings or Not?!.Anonymous,
translation of Gründ= und probierliche Beschreibung Belangend die Frag, Ob die Weiber Menschen seyn, oder nicht?, 1618, 1660, etc.
- Man Superior to woman, or the natural right of the man to sovereign authority over the woman, asserted and defended, London 1737
- Man Superior to woman, or the natural right of the man to sovereign authority over the woman, asserted and defended. A Gentleman, London 1739
- The Origin of the Fittest: Essays on Evolution, E.D.Cope A.M., Ph.D. (Heidelberg) Macmillan, 1887, pp.154-164.
- Madam Eglantyne, from Medieval People by Eileen Power, Pelican Books, 1927, pp. 68-91.
Excerpts in Greek
Excerpts of Latin texts
- Tombstone of Leta Presbytera (5th Cent.), southern Italy.
- The Constitutum Constantini (8th cent. fraud)
- Duns Scotus (1266 - 1308 AD), Duns Scoti Opera Omnia, vol XXIV, Liber 4, Dist. 25, Qu. 2, Paris 1894, pp. 367 -371.
- Ricardus de Media Villa (13th century), Super Quarto Sententiarum Dist. 25, a. 4, n. 1; ed. Bocatelli, Venice, 1499 (Pellechet-Polain, 10132/9920), f 177-R.
- Durandus de Sancto Porciano 1270 - 1334 AD, In Petri Lombardi Sententias Theologicas Commentariorum libri IIII, Vol. 4, Dist. 25, Qu. 2, Venetiis, MDLXXI, ex typographia Guerraea, f 364-v.
- Valens Acidalius, Disputatio Nova Contra Mulieres, qua probatur eas homines non esse, Poland 1595.
- Cornelius a Lapide, Commentaria in S.Scripturam, Antwerp 1616,
* ad I Epistolam ad Corinthios, cap. XIV, vers. 34-35;
* in I Epistolam ad Timotheum, cap. II, vers. 12-14.
- Pope Pius X, Oratio ad Mariam Virginem Sacerdotem Acta Sanctae Sedis 9 May 1906.
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