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Patristic and medieval theological texts

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Date: [between 1450 and 1500]
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Script: Copied by one hand in bold Gothica Cursiva Libraria. The running headlines and the marginal notes are written in small Gothica Cursiva Currens of often scant legibility. The pastedowns are copied by a contemporary hand writing a very bold and angular Gothica Hybrida Libraria (Fractura).
The headings are written or underlined in red; red heightening of the majuscules and red plain initials. There is no red heightening and the initials are not executed on ff. 133-156.
On many pages the reading is impaired by the acid ink.
Binding: Original undecorated white parchment (spine repaired) over wooden boards; spine with three raised bands. Remnants (rectangular brass plates fixed with four nails) of two clasps attached to the rear cover. At the top of the front cover the damaged early inscription in ink: “*******o*ale” (pastorale?).
The modern pencil foliation, in the lower corners, skips a leaf after f. 217 (= f. 217 bis).
Abstract:
Manuscript on paper containing 1) Ps.-Ambrosius Mediolanensis (Pseudo-Ambrose), De dignitate sacerdotali, without the opening section. 2) Caesarius Arelatensis (Caesarius of Arles, Ps.-Augustinus Hipponensis, c. 470-542), Sermo 41 (De indigna familiaritate extranearum mulierum et de martyrio). 3) Fastidius (s. V, attrib.; Ps.-Augustinus), De vita christiana. 4) Ps.-Augustinus Hipponensis (Pseudo-Augustine), Speculum peccatoris. 5) Ps.-Bernardus Claraevallensis (Pseudo-Bernard of Clairvaux) or Ps.-Augustinus Hipponensis (Pseudo-Augustine), Planctus de passione Domini. 6) Richardus de Sancto Victore (Richard of Saint Victor, d. 1173) or Egbertus Schonaugiensis (Egbert von Schönau, d. 1184), Soliloquia. 7) Iohannes Chrysostomus (John Chrysostom, c. 345-407), Quod nemo laeditur nisi a seipso, Latin version. 8) Iohannes Chrysostomus (John Chrysostom), De compunctione, Latin version. 9) Ps.-Iohannes Chrysostomus (Pseudo-John Chrysostom), De paenitentia, Latin version. 10) Iohannes Chrysostomus (John Chrysostom), De reparatione lapsi, Latin translation ascribed to Anianus Celedensis (5th century). 11) Fulgentius Ruspensis (Ps.-Augustinus, c. 468-533), De fide ad Petrum. 12) Ps.-Augustinus (Pseudo-Augustine), De contemptu mundi. 13) Caesarius Arelatensis (Ps.-Augustinus), Sermo 7 (Admonitio per quam ostenditur quantum boni sit lectionem divinam legere, et quantum mali sit ab illa vel inquisitione desistere). 14) Ps.-Hieronymus Stridonensis (Pseudo-Jerome), Epistula ad Paulinum. 15) Ps.-Bernardus Claraevallensis (Pseudo-Bernard of Clairvaux), De quattuor beneficiis. 16) Hieronymus Stridonensis (St. Jerome, c. 348-420), Epistula 52 (Ad Nepotianum). 17) Hieronymus Stridonensis, Epistula 109 (Ad Riparium). 18) Hieronymus Stridonensis, Contra Vigilantium. 19) Hieronymus Stridonensis, Epistula 22 (Ad Eustochium). 20) Hieronymus Stridonensis, Epistula 125 (Ad Rusticum de vita monastica). 21) Caesarius Arelatensis (Caesarius of Arles, c. 470-542), Sermo 44 (De castitate). 22) Caesarius Arelatensis, Sermo 43 (De castitate coniugali). 23) Caesarius Arelatensis, Sermo 157 (De lectione evangelica). 24) Caesarius Arelatensis, Sermo 33 (De reddendis decimis). 25) Ps.-Augustinus, Sermo de die iudicii. 26) Ps.-Augustinus, Sermo de die iudicii.
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ff. i + 252 + i : paper ; 210 x 150 mm.
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Object ID: 10965976
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