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Germany, 1593
1. ff. 1-19v: Material pertaining to storms: f. 1r-v, added in a cursive hand, Coniuratio contra tempestate Oratio devotissima, Adiuro vos angeli tartarei per Patrem et Filium…; ff. 2-5v, Benedictio contra tempestatem. Cum primo tempestas immoderate exurgit tunc proiicit contra illam sacerdos aquam benedictam…, Adiutorium nostrum in nomine domini…; ff. 6-7, John 1, 1-14; ff. 7-9v: litany, including the angels by categories (Angels, Archangels, Virtues, Thrones, et al.); 4 prophets (Ezekiel, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Daniel); 3 patriarchs (John the Baptist, Joachim, Joseph); the apostles; among martyrs Oswald; among confessors Conrad, Ulric, Silvester; among monks Gallus, Othmar; among virgins Odilia, Bridget; among widows Afra; ff. 10v-11, a recounting from the gospel of Mark of Jesus walking on the water in a storm; ff. 11v-19, prayers and benedictions against storms; f. 19, “Frater Adamus Seidler Anno 1593”; f. 19v, added in a cursive hand, Has nubes quas video ante me… 2. ff. 20-23: Material pertaining to the reconciliation of murderers, in German and in Latin: Modus seu actus publicus agendus cum publicis et coram poenitentibus notoriorum seu manifestorum homicidarum, Sicht du Zuo gleicher weis wie ich abblas diser kertzen liecht…; f. 20, “Frater A. Seidler 1593”; f. 23, “Actum and laudem et gloriam Dei omnipotentis…Anno 1593 Quarto die Iunii Quod foelix faustumque sit D.S.M.L.P.V.” 3. f. 23v: [added in a cursive hand] Qui psalmos resecat et verba davidica curtat…Non vox sed votum non cordula musica sed cor [8 verses; Walther, Initia 15615]; Adhortatio ad divinum officium in vel extra chorum persolventes, Vos qui servitis Christo servire studete…Quam suus anterior profecto fine fruatur [6 verses; Walther, Initia 20824]; Nota bene daemonis, Officium divini cultus finemet praestolantis et diligentissime notantis, Illuc sum missus cum poenna scribere iussus…Hos sathanas signat tandemque ad tartara ducat [4 verses]. 4. f. 24r-v: [added in a different cursive hand] Epitaphia quedam in demortuos generalia, Quae mihi debebas supreme munera vitae…Debueras cineri iam superesse meo [4 verses]; Aliud, Nate heu miserum misero mihi nata parenti…Funera et inferias anxius, ecce, paro [4 verses]; Aliud, Fui non sum Estis non Eritis; Aliud, Ut moriens viveret vixit ut moriturus; Aliud, Hospes quid sim viges/ Quid fuerim nosci/ Futurus ipse quid sis cogita; Aliud, O mors, O mors, O mors/ Aerumnarum portus/ Et meta salutis. [ff. 25-45v, blank] Parchment, ff. i (contemporary paper) + 24 + 25-45 (contemporary paper with unidentified watermark of a coat of arms containing 3 rings and “ICF” below the shield); 138 × 104 (112 × 80) mm. 1-46(the parchment leaves, through f. 24) 56 610 78(-8; 6 and 7 are pastedowns). 18 long lines, frame ruled in dry point; slash pricking at the 4 corners of the text frame. Written in a textura script by Frater Adamus Seidler; in another hand are ff. 1r-v and 19v, in a cursive script, dated on f. 19v “1674”; ff. 23v and 24r-v in 2 different hands using italic scripts. Plain 2- or 1-line red initials; rubrics throughout. Contemporary foliation, 1-19, in arabic numerals. Bound, s. XVIex or XVII, in parchment over paper boards with remains of 2 fore edge ties; red speckled edges. Written in southern Germany in 1593 by Frater Adamus Seidler. Slip from an unidentified sale catalogue (Tregaskis?) tipped to f. i verso. Date and source of acquisition by Henry E. Huntington unknown. Bibliography: De Ricci, 85.
De Ricci
S. De Ricci, with the assistance of W. H. Wilson, Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the United States and Canada (New York 1935-37; index 1940)
Walther, Initia
H. Walther, Initia carminum ac versuum medii aevi posterioris latinorum. Carmina medii aevi posterioris latina 1 (Göttingen 1959)

C. W. Dutschke with the assistance of R. H. Rouse et al., Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Huntington Library (San Marino, 1989). Copyright 1989.
Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, California.
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