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New York, Columbia University, Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary,  UTS MS 012
Description: ff. 216 - Original wooden boards and stamped calf (pastedowns from a manuscript noted in Nagelschrift now removed). - Bequeathed by Johannes Brunes de Frekenhorst to the Franciscans of Stadhaghen; Leander van Ess (1772-1847); acquired by UTS in 1838. - De Ricci, pp. 1640-1641.
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 9
Direct Link: http://ds.lib.berkeley.edu/UTSMS012_22
Language: Latin German Country: Germany Century: 15th

Part 1: ff. 1-216
Description: - Paper - 280 x 190 mm
Country: GermanyCardinal point:
Region: City:
Assigned Date: s. XV2Searchable Date Range: 1450 - 1499
Dated by scribe: YesInscribed Date: 1473-1476
Document: NoNumber of Scribes:
Number of Texts: 19

Text 1: ff. 1-32v
Author: Hildebert of Lavardin
Title: Tractatus theologicus, libri I-III
Language(s): Latin
Notes: PL 171:1067-1150 (edition incomplete). 
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Binding   Front cover.
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Binding   Spine.
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Binding   Back cover.
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Binding   Inside back cover: offset from pastedown with musical notation.
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f. 1   Opening inhabited initial.
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Text 2: ff. 33-50
Title: Stella clericorum
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Quasi stella matutina in medio nebule, id est peccatorum. Proprietates huius stelle matutine possunt referri ad quemlibet fidei doctorem, id est ad sacerdotem. Et continentur in hiis metris, lucis splendorem fert secum
Explicit: et de salutari medicina sibi miserabiliter acquirunt eternam dampnacionem.
Notes: Eric H. Reiter, Stella clericorum, edited from Wavreumont (Stavelot), Monastère St-Rémacle, MS. s. n. (Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1997); on p. 1, Reiter states that over 450 mss survive, that an additional 60 or so are attested in medieval records, and that there were more than 80 editions produced until the final one (before his) in 1559. 
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f. 33   Change of format.
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Text 3: ff. 51-61
Author: Hugh of St. Victor
Title: Summa sententiarum
Language(s): Latin
Notes: Tracts 5-7:3; see PL 176:127-157. 
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f. 51   Full length initial.
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Text 4: ff. 61v-62v
Title: Scholastic notes; verses
Language(s): Latin

Text 5: ff. 63-76v
Title: Penitential material
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Quid faciat confessor

Text 6: ff. 77-100
Author: Alphonsus of Burgos
Title: Tractatus varii
Language(s): Latin
Notes: Includes: Epistola Rabbi Samuelis; Pharetra fidei contra iudeos. 

Text 7: ff. 100v-101v
Title: Hortus pulcherrimus cum floribus suis et aromatibus
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Cum igitur praelatus aliquis ordinis nostri

Text 8: ff. 102-117
Title: Revelationes S. Brigittae
Language(s): Latin

Text 9: ff. 117-120
Author: Philippus, O. F. M.
Title: Sermo de S. Brigitta
Language(s): Latin

Text 10: ff. 120-123
Title: Vita S. Katherinae
Language(s): Latin

Text 11: ff. 123-136
Title: De assumptione Mariae
Language(s): Latin

Text 12: ff. 136-137
Title: Sermo de oblacionibus
Language(s): Latin

Text 13: ff. 138-140v
Title: Narratio de secundo rege Salomone
Language(s): Latin
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f. 138   Powdered? gold initial; change of hand.
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Text 14: ff. 141-142v
Title: Vita Secundi philosophi
Language(s): Latin

Text 15: ff. 142v-145
Title: Vita Abrahe Secundi et Marie neptis
Language(s): Latin

Text 16: ff. 145v-149v
Author: Petrus Alphonsus
Title: Liber tempore otii legendus ex libris philosophorum compositus
Language(s): Latin

Text 17: ff. 150-161
Author: Thomas de Tuderto
Title: Ars sermocinandi
Language(s): Latin
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f. 150   Parted red and blue initials.
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Text 18: ff. 161-163v
Title: Sermons
Language(s): Latin

Text 19: ff. 164-216v
Title: Sermons
Language(s): German