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Italy - This place figures in the book as extremely important but is almost never mentioned. It is the nation of Saint Thomas Aquinas.

Greece - This place is indicative of Southern Continental Europe and is simultaneously the Northern Coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It was the home of Plato and often the home of Aristotle who was not native to the area.

Arabia - This is the name of a region that consists of a land mass between North East Africa and the Asian portion of the EurAsian Continental Mass.

The Summa Theologica - This is the name of the book or set of books written by Thomas Aquinas in Latin.

golden mountain - This is referred to in relation to the discussion of Question 12: How God is Known By Us (p. 88.)

Holy Scripture - This manuscript is referred to in several places throughout the book...

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