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Manuscripts, Latin

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Manuscripts entirely or partially in Latin.

Found in 236 Collections and/or Records:

MS 212: Kalendar, 16th century

Identifier: MS 212
Contents This manuscript contains a calendar of saints, which is a calendar of the liturgical or Christian year (also known as Kalendar) that assigns a feast day for on or more saints in most of the days of the year. This particular calendar seems to follow the English tradition, but it belonged to Dutch and French owners. Most pages contain notes in Middle French written on the lower margin.
Dates: 16th century

MS 213: Sermon by Arnoldus Creveterodt, 1521

Identifier: MS 213
Contents This manuscript contains a sermon by Arnoldus Creveterodt [or Crevecerodt]. Little is known of him and of this sermon, expect for what is said in the colophon, which reads: ‘This sermon was composed by lord Arnoldus Creveterodt [or Crevecerodt], Augustinian bishop in Meissen and suffragan of Hildesheim, which he delivered in the benediction of the Lord of the abbot of the monastery of Saint Michael, on the day of the ten thousand martyrs of 1521.’The colophon on f. 1r reads: ...
Dates: 1521

MS 214: Sermons and other theological material, 14th century

Identifier: MS 214
Contents This is a fragment (8 folios) of a 14th century manuscript that contains various short sermons and other theological material.

Writing The script is French or Italian.
Dates: 14th century

MS 215: Composite manuscript containing two texts, 15th century

Identifier: MS 215
Contents Unbound manuscript containing two texts in two different hands.
ff. 1r-6r: 'Algorismus' by Alexander de Villa Dei, also known as Carmen de Algorismo
ff. 6v-8v: 'Tractatus pro juvenibus informandis' (Latin grammar)
The texts are described separately, under MS 215/ff. 1r-6r and MS 215/ff. 6v-8v.
Dates: 15th century

MS 216: Fragment of Summary of the Decretals of Gregory IX, 13th century

Identifier: MS 216
Contents This is a fragment (12 folios) of a summary of the Decretals of Gregory IX, a collection of jurisprudence of Catholic canon law. It was compiled by Spanish Dominican friar Raymond of Penyafort, under the orders of pope Gregory IX. Contains 1 folio of Book I and 11 of Book III (Title xxxiv, De voti redemptione, to Title xli, De celebratione missarum). ...
Dates: 13th century

Uncatalogued smaller fragments, various dates

Identifier: MS 211/XXXVI
Scope and Contents These fragments weren't described in details by Borland as they were deemed 'unworthy of interest'. Each fragment is stamped with the seal of Edinburgh university Library, and bears the reference 'MS 211 XXXVI'.
Dates: various dates