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Canon Law Collection(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
De Fide Christiana
Codicology:Vellum, 193 x 104 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College), (7.7 x 4.2 in.), ff. 84, 28 lines to a page. Cent. xi-xii, in a hand not unlike that of Christ Church, Canterbury.
Collation: i8 ii8 iii10 iv10 (with cancels) v8-x8.
2 fo.: dicitur quod non approbat.
Provenance:At top of f. 1 in red chalk: por. See MS 308. II, MS 323.
Decoration:Rubrics in red rustic capitals. Initials green and red.
Foliation: ff. i-ii + pp. 1-168 + ff. iii-iv(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
1.
1-168
Canon Law Collection (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
1
Rubric:
Epistola Alcuini levite ad imperatorem Karolum
1
Incipit:
O rex augusto clarissime dignus honore
...
Mens pia permandet semper amare deum
(P. L. CI 14)
These lines occur at the end of the Preface to Alcuin's work de fide S. Trinitatis
1
Rubric:
Quod omnia per Christum sint. ipse uero nonfactus sed natus sit
1
Incipit:
In principio fecit deus celum et terram in christo
(Alcuin de fide S. Trin. II xiv)
1
Rubric:
De unitate Trinitatis et Trinitate unitatis
1
Incipit:
Teneamus igitur firmissime patrem et filium
2
Rubric:
Quod deus ubique totus sit potestate naturali
2
Rubric:
Quare dicatur deus in celo magis habitare quam in terra
2
Rubric:
Quomodo dicatur filius in euangelio nescire diem iudicii
Extracts from “ Geronimus ” p. 3, Julianus Toletanus p. 4 etc. Ioh. Chrysostom p. 8, Aug. p. 9, etc.
12
Rubric:
Quod finito iudicio incipiet esse celum novum et terra noua
12
Incipit:
Ut ait beatus Augustinus peracto finitoque iudicio
12
Explicit:
figura enim preterit non natura
12
Rubric:
Explicit de futuro seculo
(Then, without break)
12
Rubric:
Hec damaso papae scribit aurelius ipse
12
Incipit:
Beatissimo pape damaso aurelius Carthaginensis episcopus
13
Rubric:
Rescriptum damasi pape ad ipsum
Extracts from Canons of Councils and from Fathers (Aug., Jeron., Greg., Isidore, etc.: the latest are Bede and Rabanus Maurus quoted on pp. 53, 74 and 134). They begin with a paragraph
14
Incipit:
Canones generalium conciliorum a temporibus constantini ceperunt
14
Rubric:
Que sint rata concilia
14
Incipit:
Quatuor autem principalia
15
Rubric:
Ex concilio bonefacii pape qui iiiitus a beato Gregorio fuit
15
Incipit:
Sunt nonnulli stulti dogmatis
16
Rubric:
Ysodorus in sinonimis de voto
17
Rubric:
Ex canone apostolorum de ordinando episcopo
17
Rubric:
Item de sacrisicio (!) domini
17
Rubric:
Item de fideiussioribus (!) clericorum
17
Rubric:
Ex concilio Cartaginensi habita ab episcopis xcvi kal. Sept.
17
Rubric:
Innocentius in epistola ad Decentium
17
Rubric:
Idem ad Ruffum et Eusebium episcopos, etc.
On p. 25 begins a series of quotations from the False Decretals
25
Rubric:
Incipit decreta Clementis pape
25
Incipit:
Si qui ex fratribus negotia habent inter se
The subjects of the extracts are not marked off by rubrics. The last appear to deal with the treatment of errors in doctrine: after two from Popes Zosimus and Caelestinus follows
161
Rubric:
Ieronimus de membris domini nostri
161
Incipit:
Omnipotens deus pater et filius et spiritus sanctus unus est atque trinus unus uidelicet in natura trinus in personis
Ending
168
Explicit:
sine sono uocis uel quolibet strepitu. occulte in mentibus sanctorum uoluntatem suam atque rectum inspirare siue futura
Opera ed. Martianay V 120, P. L. XLII 1199