Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 207: Isidore of Pelusium et al., Letters. Hugo Etherianus, De haeresibus Graecorum. Manuel Calecas, Contra Graecos
Isidorus Pelusiota, Cyrillus etc. Hugo Etherianus. Manuel Calecas
ff. circa 400
296 Height (mm) and 215 Width (mm)
[ca. 1500 - 1549]
Given by Richard Palmer, as I gather from the college copy of Parker's Register (see Introduction). He was of Yorkshire, admitted in 1604, B.D. in 1619: Fellow in 1613, Vicar of Grantchester in 1622, Precentor of York the same year: died in 1631.
De haeresibus Graecorum de processione spiritus sancti
Contra Graecos de processione sancti spiritus (transl. by Ambrogio Traversari OSB Camald. (Ambrose of Camaldoli))
CCCC MS 207 contains two tracts and a collection of documents relating to heresies and was compiled during the first half of the sixteenth century. The volume begins with a series of letters and documents regarding the Nestorian Heresy and the council of Chalcedon (the Fourth Ecumenical Council, 8 Oct.-1 Nov. 451, called due to the heresy of Eutyches). This is followed by two tracts relating to the split between the Greek Orthodox church and Rome: De haeresibus Grecorum de processione spiritus sancti by Hugo Etherianus (d. 1182) and Contra Graecos de processione spiritus sancti (Libri IV adversus errores Graecorum) by Manuel Calecas (fl. 1360-, d. 1410), trans. by Ambrogio Traversari OSB (also known as Ambrosius Camaldulensis).