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Compilation manuscripts

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Manuscript volumes comprising two or more works, whether referring to only the content combined or to the combination of physically separate leafs or gatherings that are sewn or tipped in to form one volume.

Found in 137 Collections and/or Records:

MS 113: Composite manuscript containing twenty-three texts, c 1444-1445

Identifier: MS 113
Scope and Contents This is a composite manuscript containing twenty-three texts, in a few different hands, mostly about religious doctrine. This manuscript is German, probably from the Carthusian monastery of Erfurt (St-Salvator Charterhouse), and was written ca 1445. The different sections are separated with leather markers. The contents are as follows:ff. iv-iiv: 'Tabula super Omeliis quas creditur beatus Bernardus edidisse super sermone in cena domini et...
Dates: c 1444-1445

MS 114: Composite manuscript containing twenty-nine texts, early 16th century

Identifier: MS 114
Contents Contains twenty-nine texts, all in the same hand. The collection is a curious one, and contains at the beginning and end a number of curious proverbs (copied in full by Catherine Borland, see Appendix IV, pp. 335-6 of her catalogue). The end papers have been taken from an English manuscript of the early 15th century, and contain interesting fragments of English religious verse (also copied in full by Catherine Borland, see Appendix IV, pp. 334-5 of her catalogue).The manuscript contains a...
Dates: early 16th century

MS 115: Composite manuscript including six texts, 13th century

Identifier: MS 115
Contents Contains six texts, all in the same hand. The texts relate to philosophy. This manuscript is probably English or French, and is from the 13th century. The contents are as follows:ff. 1r-23v: Dragmaticon philosophiae by William of Conchesff. 23v-27r: Imago Mundi by Honorius Augustodunensisff. 27r-29v: Liber differentia quae est inter spiritum et animam by Costa Ben Luca, translated...
Dates: 13th century

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: Sumula...
Dates: 15th century

MS 120: Composite manuscript containing three texts, 15th century

Identifier: MS 120
Contents This manuscript is a composite manuscript containing three main texts and some miscellaneous notes. It was made in Italy in the 15th century, probably at or for the Aragonese Library in Naples. It is a collection of texts about Greek and Roman history and learning.The contents are as follows:Flyleaves: Some notes, poems, etcetera, in Latin and Greek (italic hand) on two vellum fly-leavesff. 1v-2r: Two miniatures (see “Illumination”)f. 2v: Note that seems to be a list of...
Dates: 15th century

MS 121: Composite manuscript containing seventeen texts, 15th century

Identifier: MS 121
Contents Contains seventeen texts bound together, written in different hands. The margins are badly cropped, and some leaves are missing.ff. 1r-2: Commentary to 'Mercher ad Fledium. Liber de lapide qui vocatur Rebis'.ff. 2-68v: 'Experimenta' ('Experiments').ff. 68v-72v: Alchemic recipes.ff. 73r-99: 'Lumen luminum minus et perfecti magisteri' by Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā Rāzī (known in the West as 'Rhazes' and 'Rasis', version by Wynandus de Ruffo Clipeo).ff. 94v-95r:...
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 might...
Dates: c 1525

MS 123: Composite manuscript containing four texts, 12th-13th century

Identifier: MS 123
Contents This major text contained in this manuscript is Isidore of Seville’s Etymologiae, one of the most important texts of the Middle Ages, which was probably originally written around the start of the 7th century. It is accompanied by other related works in this manuscript, which dates from the 12th or 13th century and was probably made in Lucelle, France. The contents are as follows:ff. 1r-144v: Etymologiae by Isidore of...
Dates: 12th-13th century

MS 124: Composite manuscript containing three texts, 1459

Identifier: MS 124
Contents This manuscript was created in 1459 by a German scribe, Marquard Rode, in Paris. It contains versions of philosophical texts complied by Antonius Andreas and based on the work of Duns Scotus. Antonius Andreas, or Antonio Andrés, was born around 1280 and died around 1320; he was a Spanish Franciscan theologian, and a pupil of Duns Scotus. Duns Scotus, or John Duns, was an important philosopher-theologian, originally from Scotland. The last section seems to be a later addition.The contents...
Dates: 1459

MS 128: Composite manuscript including two texts, 14th century

Identifier: MS 128
Contents Contains two texts, in two different hands.
ff. 1-11v: 'De sphaera mundi' by Johannes de Sacrobosco
ff. 12r-16: 'De Substantia orbis' [incomplete] by Averroes

Writing Fairly written by two hands, with diagrams, but initials have not been inserted.
Dates: 14th century