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Description:Walters TL 6.1977 ff. III + 332 + II - Ludovicus de Salchs; Coll. Agen. Societatis Iesu (f. 1r); Dr. William Howard, Baltimore; Baltimore Athenaeum (after 1824); Library Company of Baltimore (1849); loaned to the Walters Art Museum by the Peabody Institute (1977). - P. O. Kristeller, Iter Italicum, vol. 5, p. 212, as MS 185
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 5
Direct Link: http://ds.lib.berkeley.edu/Peabody1_32
Language: Latin Country: France Century: 13th

Part 1: ff. 1-332
Description: - Parchment - 328 x 231 mm
Country: FranceCardinal point: northern
Region: City:
Assigned Date: s. XIII/XIVSearchable Date Range: 1290 - 1310
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date:
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Other Decoration: Diagram concern the soul, f. 332r. Other diagrams throughout. Decorated capitals throughout.
Notes: Medieval table of contents, f. 332v. Extensive annotation, especially to the text of the Physics.
Number of Texts: 17

Text 1: ff. 1-91
Author: Aristotle
Title: Physica, translatio nova
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Quoniam quidem intelligere et scire contingit circa omnes scientias
Explicit: et nullam habens magnitudinem.
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f. [II] verso   Note by Edward Hinkley on fire at the Baltimore Athenaeum
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f. 2r   Physica, translatio nova
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f. 13v   Physica, translatio nova
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Text 2: ff. 91v-139r
Author: Aristotle
Title: De caelo et mundo, translatio nova
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: De natura Scientia fere plurima videtur circa corpora et magnitudines
Explicit: De generatione autem et corrupcione eorum que natura finivit. Etc.

Text 3: ff. 136v-165
Author: Aristotle
Title: De generatione et corruptione, translatio nova
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: De generacione autem et corrupcione. Natura generatorum et corruptorum universaliter de omnibus et causis dividendum
Explicit: sed non quorum substantia generatur ens talis qualis contingit non esse.

Text 4: ff. 165v-215v
Author: Aristotle
Title: Meteora, translatio nova
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: De Primis quidem igitur causis nature et de omni motu naturaliter
Explicit: ex hiis constitua velud hominem plantam et alia talia.
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f. 166v   Meteora, translatio nova
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Text 5: ff. 216-247v
Author: Aristotle
Title: De anima, translatio nova
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Bonorum Honorabilium noticiam opinantes magis autem altera
Explicit: linguam autem habet. Quatinus significet aliud alteri.

Text 6: ff. 248-259v
Author: Aristotle
Title: De sensu et sensato, translatio nova
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Quoniam Autem de anima secundum ipsam determinatum est
Explicit: Reliquorum autem primo considerandum. De memoria et reminiscentia. Et sompno.

Text 7: ff. 259v-263v
Author: Aristotle
Title: De memoria et reminiscentia, translatio nova
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: De memoria autem et memorari dicendum quod est propter quam causam fit
Explicit: quid est et quo modo fit et propter quam causam. Dictum est.

Text 8: ff. 264-274v
Author: Aristotle
Title: De somno et vigilia, translatio nova
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: De sompno autem et vigilia considerandum est
Explicit: Amplius autem et de ea que in sompniis est divinatione. Dictum est.

Text 9: ff. 275-281
Author: Aristotle
Title: De motu animalium, translatio nova
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: De motu autem eo quod animalium quecunque quidem circa unumquoque genus ipsorum existunt
Explicit: Reliqum autem de generacione dicere.

Text 10: ff. 281-284
Author: Aristotle
Title: De longitudine et brevitate vitae, translatio nova
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: De eo autem quod est hec quidem esse longe vite animalium
Explicit: determinatis finem utique habebit que de animalibus methodus.

Text 11: ff. 284-286v
Author: Aristotle
Title: De iuventute et senectute, translatio nova
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: De Iuventute autem et senectute et vita et morte nunc dicendum
Explicit: Quo autem modo et qualiter dicendum scientibus racionem magis.

Text 12: ff. 287-294v
Author: Aristotle
Title: De respiratione, translatio nova
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: De Respiracione enim aliqui quidem pauci priorum phisicorum dixerunt
Explicit: aut propter senectutem tunc accidit mors.

Text 13: ff. 295v-297v
Author: Aristotle
Title: De morte et vita, translatio nova
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Eat quidem igitur omnibus animalibus commune generacio et mors
Explicit: et de cognatis huius speculationis. Fere dictum est de omnibus.

Text 14: ff. 297v-305v
Author: Aristotle
Other Associate: Gerard of Cremona
Title: De proprietatibus elementorum
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Postquam premissus est sermo a nobis in celo et in mundo
Explicit: Hoc est ergo illud cuius voluminis elementorum.

Text 15: ff. 306-313
Author: Aristotle
Other Associate: Gerard of Cremona
Title: De causis
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Omnis causa primaria plus est influens super causatum suum quam causa secunda universalis
Explicit: in quibusdam disposittionibus suis sub tempore est ens et generacio similis.
Notes: Accompaning apparatus, incipit: Cum ergo removet causa secunda et universalis virtutem suam a re... 

Text 16: ff. 313-316
Author: Aristotle
Title: Liber de bona fortuna
Title: Incipit liber de fortuna
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Habitum autem utique erit hiis dicere quoniam de felicitate est sermo
Explicit: que ex hiis quam vocamus kalokagachynam etc.
Notes: Part I derives from the Magna Moralia; part 2 derives from the Eudemian Ethics. 

Text 17: ff. 316-331v
Author: Aristotle
Other Associate: Alfred of Sareshel
Title: De plantis
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Tria enim ut ait empedocles in tota rerum varietate precipua
Explicit: Arbores vero que ///
Status of text: Conclusion lost.
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f. 333r   Diagram concerning the soul
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