Commentaries Early works to 1800
Giovanni Battista Da Fano; Martino Rizzoni; Antonio Rizzoni; Luigi Celotti; Thomas Phillipps, Sir; S. Bernardino (Church: Verona, Italy),; Pre-1650 Manuscript Collection (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library); University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
|语言注释：||Latin, with some Italian inscriptions on last leaf.|
Title supplied by cataloger.
Layout: Single column of text, in 16 lines, with marginal and interlinear glosses; prick marks obscured by trimmed edges. Later inscriptions at end of codex are written in long lines.
Script: Both main text and glosses are written in proto-Gothic book hand of the mid-to-late 12th century; inscriptions on the final leaf are written in Gothic hands of the 14th- and 15th-centuries, along with a partially erased, 15th-century Humanist hand.
Decoration: Initial in green ink at 1r, equivalent to 6 lines of marginal text; elaborated initial at 3r, equivalent to 18 lines of marginal text.
Binding: Bound in red velvet over boards, with brass clasps, 18th- or early 19th-century.
Origin: Copied in the mid-to-late 12th century, presumably in Italy.
Shelf-mark: Urbana, IL, University of Illinois Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Pre-1650 0063.
Former shelf-mark: x 226.2 B47L 11-- (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign).
Former shelf-mark: Ms. 4132 (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign).
Former shelf-mark: Ms. 927 (Phillipps).
|描述：||115 leaves : parchment, ill. ; 242 x 160 (165 x 50) mm. bound to 250 x 165 mm.|
|内容：||1. fol. 1r-2v: Glossa Ordinaria (Argumentum in Mattheum). "[text] Matheus ex Iudea sicut in ordine...e[ss]e dispositione[m] querentib[us] n[on] tac[er]e." "[marginal gloss] Moralit[er] in his pa[r]tibus sig[n]ificant[ur] vi[r]tutes...ad hoc ut si[n]t filii Dei." "[interlinear gloss] David et Habrahe...q[uod] n[on] desolatione d[icitu]r q[ui] vive[m]". 2. fol. 3r-115r: Glossa Ordinaria (Gospel of Matthew). "[text] Liber generationis Ihesu Chr[ist]i filii David...om[n]ib[us] diebus usq[ue] ad consumationem s[e]c[u]li. Amen." "[marginal gloss] In pri[n]cipio satis declarat se agere...sit fidelib[us], subdit, ecce eni[m]." "[interlinear gloss] I[d est] Salvatoris, n[on] p[ro]ditoris q[uod] fuit Ada[m]...cu[m] finitis laborib[us], mecu[m] regnabitis." 3. fol. 115r: Unidentified text, including elements of a calendar, in vernacular and Latin, in a 15th-century hand of 45 lines. "[text] Quisti sonnolidi Egiptiaci [ed] infelici...Precium et racionem." 4. fol. 115v: Short passage, of seven lines in Gothic hand (ca. 1400), mainly derived from the prologue to Hugh of Saint-Cher's Postilla Super Psalterium (cf. Venice edition of 1496, fol. 1v). "[text] P[ar]titus e[st] liber Psalt[er]ii i[n] tres p[ar]tes...format[us] amore, i[n]cipie[n]do, p[ro]grediendo, p[er]ve[n]iendo." 5. fol. 115v: Statement of ownership by Giovanni Battista da Fano, three lines. "[text] Mill[es]i[m]o CCCo LXXXXV, die XVIIIo Ap[r]ilis...an[n]os tres [et] me[n]ses sex h[ab]ebat." 6. 6. fol. 115v: Quotations from Gregory's Moralia (cf. PL 75, col. 781B) and Proverbs 19:4, in same hand as quotation from Hugh of Saint-Cher, in two lines. "[text] Gr[e]g[oriu]s: Cu[m] quis i[n] p[ro]speritate diligit[ur]...a[u]t[em] [etiam] quos h[ab]uit sep[ar]ant[ur]."|
|其他题名：||Evangelium s. Matthaei|
Text of the Gospel of Matthew, prefaced by the "Argumentum in Mattheum," and accompanied by the Glossa Ordinaria; final leaf contains later inscriptions in both Latin and Italian, including various ownership statements.