De consolatione medicinarum simplicium (De simplicibus medicinis)
Antidotarium Nicholai (incomplete)
Commentarium in Digestorum 'De diuersis regulis iuris antiqui'
CCCC MS 505 contains two manuscripts bound together; one probably of the fourteenth century, made in Germany, and the other of the thirteenth century, made in Italy. The first part contains a copy of Heinrich of Herford (before 1326-70), Catena aurea. The second part includes texts on medicine and law: De consolatione medicinarum simplicium (De simplicibus medicinis) by Johannes Mesue (Masawaih al-Mardini), Antidotarium Nicholai, and Commentarium in Digestorum 'De diuersis regulis iuris antiqui', a work of civil law by Bulgarus of Bologna (d. c. 1166). This volume is part of the Elbing collection; a group of manuscripts which belonged to a Brigittine convent at Elbing (Elblag), near Gdansk. The collection was donated to Corpus Christi College by Richard Pernham (1583?-1628) or his wife, Mary, whose signature is in several of the books..