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Spiritual and Medical Tracts. Bulgarus of Bologna, Commentarium in Digestorum 'De diuersis regulis iuris antiqui'(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
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Codicology:Paper and vellum, 295 x 197 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College), (11.4 x 7.9 in.), ff. 92 + 39, two volumes. Cent. xiv? and xiii.
Multivolume:
Volume I. paper, 52, etc. lines to a page.
Volume II. vellum, double columns of 52 lines, in several hands.
Collation:
Volume I: 110 (10 mut.) 210 312 412 510 612 712 814.
Volume II: i8 (wants 5, 6) ii8 (8 canc.) iii8 iv (two) gap || v8 vi8.
Provenance:Mary Pernham on f. 2v.
Additions:Old binding, red skin over boards, old label ·121· Bosses. Two metal tags at bottom of first cover, remains of two metal staples at bottom of second cover, straps.
Additions:Covers lined with service-book (xiv) and grammatical verses (xiii, xiv).
Foliation: ff. a-e (loose material) + i + 1-131(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin and German.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
Volume I
1.
2v-92v
Heinrich of Herford, Catena aurea (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Title partly cut
2v
(1r)
Rubric:
Incipit (ansa) prima cathene auree uel probleumata et primo de anima et potenciis eius
2v
Incipit:
Cur anima hominis per creacionem est producta
f. 10r-10v mut.: a second division appears to begin on f. 10v
15r
Ansa III. Some German rubrics occur
22r
Ansa(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) IV. Tract. de q causis Bertoldi
After the 7th ansa the divisions cease to be marked, and after f. 63r even initials are not put in
Ends
92v
Explicit:
queque post (?) futura sunt seculorum seculis Benedictus in omnia seculorum secula amen
92v
A charm against fire in a house, containing the names of the four archangels
Volume II
2.
93r-98v
Johannes Mesue (Masawaih al-Mardini), De consolatione medicinarum simplicium (De simplicibus medicinis) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
93r
(1r)
Rubric:
Incipit liber hebemesuhe de simplicibus medicinis
93r
Incipit:
In nomine dei misericordis cuius tuitu sermo recipit gratiam
93r
Incipit:
Quatuor intencionum aggregabimus sermonem
Apparently one quire only: six leaves remain
3.
99r-115v
Antidotarium Nicholai (incomplete) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
99r
(7r)
Part of an antidotary
Change of hand (and perhaps of treatise) at f. 106r
ff. 106r-115v are also an antidotary, all in one hand
Ending
115v
(23v)
Explicit:
ex humore grosso et indurato
115v
Rubric:
Explicit sententia antidotarii magistri Nicholaij secundum auicennam et macrum
4.
116r-130r
Bulgarus of Bologna, Commentarium in Digestorum 'De diuersis regulis iuris antiqui' (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
116r
(24r)
Civil Law in a fine hand, probably Italian, of cent. xiii. Text in large script followed by gloss in smaller script
Gloss
116r
Incipit:
Regula est breuis rerum narratio
Text
116r
Incipit:
Paulus. Regula est que rem que est breuiter enarrat
Ends
130r
(38r)
Explicit:
Paulus l'. lxviiii. seruus rei l. causa abesse non potest
On 130v, 131r a list alphabetical of subjects of which the entries down to Cautio are erased
Ends
131r
Explicit:
Utilitas.
Christianus