Scope and Contents
This volume of German origin is partly printed, partly manuscript. Both the printed and manuscript parts date from the very late 15th century, around 1490. It contains mostly grammatical and rhetorical treatises.
f. 1r: table of contents (contemporary) [MANUSCRIPT].
ff. 2r-43v: Modus Latinitatis by Ulricus Ebrardi [PRINTED].
ff. 44r-127v: Formule Epistolarum domini Karoli by Karolus Mennicken [PRINTED].
ff. 128r-187r: Rethorica Poncij ; Copia latinitatis ; Epistole Bruti & Cratis ; De arte notariatus by Poncius of Provence [PRINTED].
ff. 188r-203v: Dialogus parvulis scholaribus ad latinum idioma perutilissimus by Paul Niavis [MANUSCRIPT].
f. 204r: list of Latin words [MANUSCRIPT].
ff. 205r-233r: Manuale scolarium, by an unknown author [MANUSCRIPT].
ff. 233r-243v: copies of documents, mostly of officials of the monasteries of Roggenburg and Allerheiligen in Schwarzwald [MANUSCRIPT].
f. 244r-251v: Epistola de miseria curatorum, by an unknown author [MANUSCRIPT].
ff. 254r-267v: Grammatical treatises by Andreas Gutterius Cerasianus [MANUSCRIPT].
ff. 268r-275v: Tractatus de arte loquendi et tacendi by Albertanus of Brescia [PRINTED]
ff. 276r-277v: unidentified text starting with 'Salutes plurimas quas non...' [MANUSCRIPT].
The texts are described separately, in their respective sub-entries.
The manuscript parts were written for the most part by one hand. There are manuscript annotations on the printed texts, and beginning of sentences have been highlighted in red ink.