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|Named Person:||Alanus, de Insulis; Catherine, of Alexandria Saint.; Honorius, of Autun; Isidore, of Seville Saint; Paul, the Hermit Saint; Pseudo-Augustinus.; Samuel, Marochitanus.; Alanus, de Insulis; Catherine, of Alexandria Saint.; Honorius, of Autun; Isidore, of Seville Saint; Paul, the Hermit Saint; Pseudo-Augustinus.; Samuel, Marochitanus.|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|Language Note:||In Latin.|
|Notes:||Script: Apparently four hands: A writing a bold Gothica Hybrida Libraria copied ff. 1r-186r and 201r; B writing Gothica Cursiva Currens copied ff. 189r-199va15; C writing Gothica Semihybrida Libraria/Currens copied ff. 199va16-200v; D writing Gothica Semihybrida Currens copied ff. 203r-299v; the document on f. 226v is probably in the same handwriting. Scribe D is the unrecorded Hinricus Landesberch in Wernigerode.
Red underlining, paragraph marks, heightening of majuscules and plain initials, generally 2 lines, at the head of various texts larger. Pointing hands.
Binding: Original undecorated white deerskin over bevelled heavy wooden boards, sewn on three double thongs; spine with plaited headbands; in its upper compartment a paper label with a 17th-century indication of the content; in the second compartment a paper label with the number "VIII". On each cover five small brass bosses on indented square plates; marks of two leather straps attached to the rear cover, the holes of the pins visible in the front cover. At the top of the front cover a contemporary Table of Content is written in ink in Gothica Hybrida Libraria, now badly legible; at the bottom of the same cover, in a large Gothica Hybrida Formata: "Tractatus Honorii pape" [sic]. On the front pastedown, in contemporary small Gothica Semihybrida Libraria a grammatical note on the verb "delirare" and its derivatives. Notes on the front flyleaf r, in the same script. The rear pastedown (half detached) consists of a large fragment and scraps on paper from a 15th-century Latin register of personal interdicts attached to persons with German names; the handwriting is Gothica Cursiva Currens.
|Description:||ff. i + 299 : paper ; 310 x 215 mm|
- Alanus, -- de Insulis, -- -1202.
- Catherine, -- of Alexandria, Saint.
- Honorius, -- of Autun, -- approximately 1080-approximately 1156.
- Isidore, -- of Seville, Saint, -- -636.
- Paul, -- the Hermit, Saint, -- -approximately 341.
- Samuel, -- Marochitanus.
- Bible -- Commentaries.
- Bible. -- Psalms.
- Bible. -- Song of Solomon.
- Christian hagiography.
- Manuscripts, Medieval -- Connecticut -- New Haven.
- Theology -- History -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.
- Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in Beinecke Library.
- Manuscripts, Medieval.
- Theology -- Middle Ages.
- Connecticut -- New Haven.