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He is known for his anti-Semitic work from c. 1303, printed in 1520 as Victoria Porcheti adversos impios Hebraeos. He followed the Dominican Ramón Martí in many arguments, and in the matter of the Tetragrammaton that Martí had raised.
His variant names are numerous: Porcheus de Salva ignis, Portheus, Salvagus, Salvagus Porchetus or Porchetus Salvagus, Salvaticus, de Salvaticis, Victor Porchetto de' Salvatici, Porchetto de Salvatici, Porchetus de Salvaticis, etc.
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