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New York, Columbia University, Rare Book and Manuscript Library,  Western MS 031
Description: pp. x + 441 + viii - Bound in limp vellum with large front flap. - First owner (?), Frater Adam de Boghaerden (cf. pp. 1, 39, 50, and possibly 87); names on flyleaves: John Gregory, James Galloway, John Cotton (all 1643); note and bookplate of John Lee (born Fiot; 1783-1866); gift of John Fleming, 1973.
Number of Parts: 2 - Number of Images Available: 15
Direct Link: http://ds.lib.berkeley.edu/WesternMS031_20
Language: Latin Flemish? Country: Low Countries Century: 15th

Part 1: pp. 1-441
Description: - Paper - 215 x 150 mm
Country: Low CountriesCardinal point:
Region: City: Louvain
Assigned Date: s. XV3/4Searchable Date Range: 1450 - 1475
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date:
Document: NoNumber of Scribes:
Number of Texts: 8

Text 1: pp. 1-38
Author: Petrus de Aliaco
Title: Epistola ad novos hebreos
Language(s): Latin
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p. ix   Contents list.
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p. 1   [No Title for Display]
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p. 2   Initial M formed of biting grotesques, in pen-and-ink.
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p. 2, detail   Detail of initial M.
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p. 21   Segment of the leaf replaced and rewritten.
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Text 2: pp. 50-73; pp. 74-76 blank
Author: Petrus de Aliaco
Title: Questio utrum indoctus in iure divino possit preesse in ecclesie regno
Language(s): Latin
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p. 50   Space at the end of the rubric filled by first owner's (?) name, "Frater Adam de Boghaerden."
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Text 3: pp. 145-206
Author: Petrus de Aliaco
Title: De origine et potestate ecclesiastice iurisdictionis
Language(s): Latin
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p. 145   Guide letter faintly visible in center of red initial C.
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Text 4: pp. 207-257
Author: Jean Gerson
Title: De potestate ecclesiastica et de origine iurum
Language(s): Latin
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p. 207   Void design on initial.
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Text 5: pp. 313-387; p. 388 blank
Author: Petrus de Rivo
Title: Dialogus de temporibus Christi editus anno 1471
Language(s): Latin
Notes: Colophon may refer to cirucumstances of the composition of the text, rather than the copying of this manuscript. Petrus de Rivo, 1420-1500. 
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p. 314   Rubric with composition date of text, "1471."
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p. 387   Octavo ydium Iuliarum Anni 1471 scriptus erat a fratre Iohanne Iordani presbitero Et eodem anno editus in alma universitate studii lovaniensi Per venerabilem et eruditum virum sacre theologie bacallarum formatum magistrum Petrum de Rivo. [8 July 1471]
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Text 6: pp. 389-397; pp. 398-402 blank
Title: Summarum dialogi de temporibus domini nostri ihesu christi
Language(s): Latin
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p. 389   [No Title for Display]
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Text 7: pp. 404-420; p. 421 blank
Title: Calendar; computistical material
Language(s): Latin
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p. 406   Four dates for the Passion of Christ according to Theophilus, Jerome, Hugh of St. Victor, and according to "some."
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Text 8: pp. 422-429; pp. 430-437 blank
Title: Calendar from the reign of Julius Caesar through the reign of Helius Pertinax, according to lunar years, decemnovenal years, years from the foundation of Rome, years of emperors' reigns
Language(s): Latin
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p. 429   Calendar.
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Part 2: Fragment
Description: - Parchment - 215 x 150 mm
Country: Belgium?Cardinal point:
Region: City:
Assigned Date: s. XV1Searchable Date Range: 1400 - 1450
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date: 1419, May 5
Document: YesNumber of Scribes:
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1: Flyleaves
Title: Document
Language(s): Latin
Status of text: Fragment.
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p. vii   Parchment document used as flyleaf, dated 5 May 1419, with notarial mark; ownership notes mentioning John Gregory, James Galloway and John Cotton, 1643; a later note signed J. Lee.
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Binding   Inside front cover: early inventory numbers (?); bookplate with motto,"Verum atque decens."
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