|Creator:||Hugh, of Saint-Victor, 1096?-1141|
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Script: copied by seven scribes. Hand A copied ff. 1r-18v in Gothica Textualis Formata; Hand B copied ff. 19r-38v in Gothica Hybrida Formata/Libraria; Hand C copied ff. 39r-47r in bold Hybrida Libraria; Hand D copied ff. 48r-50r and 54r-57r in Semihybrida Libraria; Hand E, which is perhaps identical with Hand D, copied ff. 50v-53v in Hybrida Libraria; Hand F copied f. 57v in Cursiva Libraria; Hand G copied ff. 58r-116r in Hybrida Libraria (in two sizes for text and gloss of art. 21). Headings, stroking of majuscules, paragraph marks and (in articles 10-19) underlining in red. All initials in the same colour: 1-line versals; 2- and 3-line plain initials; a 4-line plain initial with interior reserved shapes on f. 1r; a 3-line plain initial containing a human face on f. 48r. Article 20 stands apart by the form of its initials, its decorative paragraph marks and the absence of headings (instructions for the rubricator are written alongside the lower edge; chapter numbers have been added by a later hand). In article 21, elongated decorated initials at the top line.
Manuscript on paper of 1) Hugh of St. Victor, Laude caritatis, and De modo orandi. 2) Heinrich von Langenstein, Expositio super Orationem Dominicam. 3) Pseudo-Albertus Magnus, Paradisus animae. 4) Memoriale Biblicum with interlinear gloss.
ff. 116 : paper (ff. 1 and 12 parchment); 205 x 140 mm.
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