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- Liber: see Liber (disambiguation). In ancient Roman religion and mythology, Liber /ˈlaɪbər/ ("the free one"; Latin: Līber [ˈliːbɛr]), also known as Liber Pater
- Durham Liber Vitae: The Durham Liber Vitae, p. 6. Briggs, Elizabeth (2004), "The Original Core of the Durham Liber Vitae", in Rollason, David, The Durham Liber Vitae and
- Cuvântul Liber: Cuvântul Liber (Romanian for "The Free Word") is the name of several Romanian newspapers: Cuvântul Liber - Weekly published by Eugen Filotti (1924-1925)
- Liber Usualis: Mass, some editions of the Liber Usualis have been reprinted or scanned and made available for download. Solesmes Abbey Liber Usualis (1924, Modern notation
- Mikhail Liber: Mikhail Isaakovich Liber (5 June 1880 – 4 October 1937), sometimes known as Mark Liber, was a leader of the General Jewish Workers' Union (the 'Bund')
- Liber feudorum: Liber feudorum may refer to: Book of Fees, a list of fiefs compiled c. 1302 for the use of the English Exchequer Liber feudorum maior, a list of fiefs
- Liber Pontificalis: The Liber Pontificalis (Latin for 'pontifical book' or Book of the Popes) is a book of biographies of popes from Saint Peter until the 15th century. The
- Liber Censuum: between 1255 and 1261. The original version of the Liber Censuum by Cardinal Cencius begins: Incipit liber censuum Rom. Eccl. a Centio Camerario compositus
- Liber physiognomiae: officially printed in 1477. Liber physiognomiae would go on to be very popular, and would be reprinted many times. Liber physiognomiae was written by
- Liber Abaci: Liber Abaci (1202, also spelled as Liber Abbaci) is a historic book on arithmetic by Leonardo of Pisa, known later by his nickname Fibonacci. Liber Abaci