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Theology

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Found in 127 Collections and/or Records:

Collection of 33 treatises on religious sciences, 1147 A.H., 1734-5 A.D.

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Identifier: Or Ms 681
Scope and Contents

These 33 treatises cover a range of topics: Islamic dogma, linguistics, Qur'an exegesis and hadith. There is work by eminent scholars such as ‘Abd al-Wahhab alSha’rani, Shihab al-Din al-Hamawi and Ibn Kamal Pasha.

Dates: 1147 A.H.; 1734-5 A.D.

Collection of didactic, pastoral, and meditative devotional treatises, 15th century

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Identifier: MS 93
Contents This manuscript dates from the first half of the 15th century, and is a collection of didactic, pastoral, and meditative devotional treatises, as well as some fragments of works by late 14th-century English theologian, John Wycliffe. Generally, devotional texts were an important element of medieval piety, as they provided guidance for individuals to deepen their faith through study, meditation and prayer. This volume is perhaps best described as a medieval instructional manual....
Dates: 15th century

Collection of letters and sermons by Augustine of Hippo, Bernard of Clairvaux, Jerome, Ambrose, and others, 15th century

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Identifier: MS 102
Contents This manuscript contains a collection of 71 letters and sermons by Augustine of Hippo, Bernard of Clairvaux, Jerome, Ambrose, and others. The letters treat different ethical and theological topics. The collection seems to have circulated under the name of Epistolae Agustini (Epistles of Augustine) in the Late Middle Ages. However, the authorship of some of Augustine’s letters has been questioned. In this edition, the three...
Dates: 15th century

Collection of sermons entitled Sermones provinciales, 13th century

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Identifier: MS 96
Contents This manuscript contains 92 sermons in several different hands.A title on f. 1r reads: Incipiunt Sermones Provinciales. Dominica prima in Adventu Domini. The text starts on f. 1r with the following opening words: Hora est jam nos de sompno surgere. Est triplex sompnus ignorantie. And ends on f. 106v with the following words: salientes magnas foveas uno [?] ...
Dates: 13th century

Collection of Sermons, Epistles, Hagiographies, and other religious texts by Guerric of Igny, Augustine of Hippo, Peter Damian, and other important figures of the Catholic Church, 15th century

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Identifier: MS 98
Contents This manuscript contains a collection of around 70 Sermons, Epistles, Hagiographies, prayers, and other religious texts by several different authors, including Guerric of Igny, Augustine of Hippo, Peter Damian, Maximus [?], Pope Sylvester, Pope Eugene IV, Pope Boniface IX, and abbot Gibuinus.ContentsSermo Guerrici Abbatis. De Adventu Domini: starts on f. 1r with the following words: Vox...
Dates: 15th century

Collection of verses of the Bible divided by topics by an unknown author, wrongly identified as John Peckham's Opusculum de Virtutibus et Vitiis, 14th century

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Identifier: MS 81
Contents This manuscript has the title Opusculum de Virtutibus et Vitiis, attributed to John Peckham. However, it seems to be a collection of verses of the Bible divided by topics, by an unknown author.ContentsTabula: on fly leaves, start with: De Avertione and end with: Ypocrismi.Prologue: starts on f. 1r...
Dates: 14th century

Compendium theologicae veritatis by Hugh Ripelin, 16th century

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Identifier: MS 72
Contents 16th century Scottish manuscript of the Compendium theologicae veritatis. This text was one of the most widely read theological manuals or textbooks of the Middle Ages. It is divided into seven books: 1 The Nature of God; 2 The Creation; 3 On Sin; 4 The Incarnation; 5 On Grace, Beatitudes and the Sacraments; 6 The Sacraments; 7 The Last Things. It has been attributed to a variety of authors, such as Albertus Magnus (it was published in Albertus Magnus, ...
Dates: 16th century

Compendium theologicae veritatis by Hugh Ripelin, 14th century

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Identifier: MS 74
Contents 14th century German manuscript of the 'Compendium theologicae veritatis', one of the most widely read theological manuals or textbooks of the Middle Ages. It is divided into seven books: 1 The Nature of God; 2 The Creation; 3 On Sin; 4 The Incarnation; 5 On Grace, Beatitudes and the Sacraments; 6 The Sacraments; 7 The Last Things. It has been attributed to a variety of authors but current research points to Hugh Ripelin (also called Hugo Argentinensis), a Dominican theologian at Strasburg,...
Dates: 14th century
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Composite manuscript containing fifteen texts, 15th century

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Identifier: MS 78
Contents Contains fourteen texts, a number of which have been written by Brother Sigfrid Slimdlin.ff. 1r-49r: 'De venerabili sacramento altaris' ('On the venerable sacrament of the altar').f. 49v: Alphabet poem.ff. 50r-51v: Blank folios.ff. 52r-54v: Capitula of 'Bonum universale de Apibus' by Thomas of Cantimpré (followed by an excerpt from the same work).ff. 55r-61r: Two excerpts on bees from 'De proprietatibus rerum' by Bartholomaeus...
Dates: 15th century

Composite manuscript containing four texts, 16th century

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Identifier: MS 150
Contents Contains four texts, all in the same hand. This manuscript was written for the Dominican Convent of Sciennes in Edinburgh.ff. 1r-21r: Gospelsf. 21v: A rubric in Scots, setting out when 'The evangell sall be rede'ff. 22r-23v: a table (ff. 22v-23v left blank) entitled 'Ye Chengyng of Ye Mwne'ff. 24r-52r: 'Constitutiones Sororum Ordinis Predicatorum' (Cconstitutions of the Sisters of the order of the Friar Preachers, or Dominicans)The...
Dates: 16th century