This section contains a grammatical treatise on Greek orthography by Andreas Gutterius Cerasianus, a Professor of Rhetoric in Salamanca in the 15th century. The text starts on f. 255r with: 'Incipit quarta pars grammatice Andree Gutterii quae graece orthographia appellatur', and ends on f. 261r Hic et super omnia ex grammatica Andreas Gutterius Cerasianus in sua grammatica collecta per me
Georgium Herman in monasterio omnium sanctorum nigre silve, 6to iduum maii 1490. This indicates that the text was copied by a scribe named Georg Herman, on the 10th of May 1490.
This treatise is followed by two unidentified texts by the same hand: one starting on f. 262r with 'Quid spicas super ego nescitur, and ending on f. 263r with 'facile paralogisantur decipiunt. Deo gracias 4to iduum maii 1490 in nigra silva ('done on the 12th of May 1490 in The Black Forest'); and the second one starting on f. 263v with 'Nota de septem etatibus hominis' and ending on f. 267v with 'cum priusponi deberent. Sic gutterius.
Grammatical treatises by Andreas Gutterius Cerasianus, 10-12 May 1490, MS 210/ff. 254r-267v. Edinburgh University Library Special Collections.
Grammatical treatises by Andreas Gutterius Cerasianus, 10-12 May 1490, MS 210/ff. 254r-267v. Edinburgh University Library Special Collections. http://lac-archivesspace-live1.is.ed.ac.uk:8081/repositories/2/archival_objects/179961 Accessed May 18, 2022.