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Llull, Ramon, ? 1232-1316 (Catalan mystic, philosopher and poet)



  • Existence: 1232? - 1316

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

MS 117: Composite manuscript containing six texts by Ramon Llull, 15th century

Identifier: MS 117
Contents This manuscript is a miscellany of texts associated with Ramon Llull, a 13th century philosopher. It is 15th century and probably Italian. The contents are as follows:ff. 1r-10v: Ars generalis ultima by Ramon Llullff. 12r-14v: Liber de Accidente et Substantia by Ramon Llullff. 15r-22r: Alphabetum puerile logices by Ramon Llullff. 22v-23r: ...
Dates: 15th century

MS 122: Composite manuscript containing four texts by Pseudo-Ramon Llull, c 1525

Identifier: MS 122
Contents This manuscript contains texts related to medicine or alchemy, all attributed to Ramon Llull, a Catalan philosopher who lived from around 1235 to around 1315. Many alchemical works were misattributed to Llull in the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance, including those in this manuscript. The versions of these texts included in this manuscript were written around 1525 and the hand seems to be Italian, but a colophon on f. 128v states that it was written by Franciscus de Galliciis, which...
Dates: c 1525

MS 127: Tractatus Novus de Astronomia by Ramon Llull, 15th century

Identifier: MS 127
Contents This manuscript contains the text Tractatus Novus de Astronomia by Ramon Llull. Ramon Llull (c. 1232−1316) was an influential and prolific medieval writer, who was interested in many areas of knowledge and wisdom, including literature, philosophy, logic, astronomy, theology, and natural sciences. He wrote in Latin, Catalan, and Arabic, and is considered one of the first and most important writers in Catalan. He is honoured as a martyr by the Franciscan Order...
Dates: 15th century

Testamentum Novum by Pseudo-Ramon Llull or Pseudo-Arnaldus of Villanova, 1478

Identifier: MS 131/ff. 29v-33v
Contents An alchemic work dedicated to King Philip IV of France (1268-1314) and ostensibly written by an anonymous philosopher on his death bed. Dorothea Singer (see Bibliography) suggests that it could have been part of the alchemic corpus attributed to Ramon Llull (c. 1232-c. 1315), a polymath of great fame who paved to way to subsequent knowledge in many fields such as mathematics, logic, and theology. Several texts have been falsely attributed to Llull and started to circulate under his name from...
Dates: 1478