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Personal Informationalmost all the powerful and nobles of that area were inclined towards secular rather than divine matters: for each was more for themselves in secular affairs rather than for the common good.
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Original Text ... pene omnes illius regionis potentes et nobiles ad secularia magis quam ad diuina mentem declinauerant negotia: magis enim unusquisque speciali etiam in secularibus negotiis, quam communi [utilitati studebat].

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*A corrupt passage. As mentioned by @Keynes and Lapidge 1983, p. 274 n. 254, Wheeler supplies the words 'utilitati studebat'.

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