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Fables and other writings

Author: Alcuin; Thomas, Aquinas Saint; Odo, of Cheriton
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : Latin
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Manuscript collection of texts, written in South Germany in several hands and dating from the second decade of the 15th century. Contains 13 treatises, chiefly religious by various authors including Bonaventura, Aquinas and Alcuin that may have been used in writing sermons; also includes important writings of literary or legal interest. Includes the Fables of Odo of Cheriton, a well-known collection of animal  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Alcuin; Thomas, Aquinas Saint; Odo, of Cheriton
OCLC Number: 23172709
Notes: Gothic cursive book script.
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Description: 1 volume (156 leaves) ; 23 cm
Contents: De decem praeceptis --
Bonaventura, Tractatus de VII vitilis --
Secuntum octo beatitudines --
Aquinas, In quartum libri sent --
Alcuin, De psalmorum usu liber --
Nota de duello et tornamentis --
Tractatula de penitentia --
Sermo de beata Katherina --
Nota das ist ein gut ... --
Physiologus --
Lumen animae --
Odo. Fables.
Other Titles: Physiologus.
Responsibility: [141-].

Abstract:

Manuscript collection of texts, written in South Germany in several hands and dating from the second decade of the 15th century. Contains 13 treatises, chiefly religious by various authors including Bonaventura, Aquinas and Alcuin that may have been used in writing sermons; also includes important writings of literary or legal interest. Includes the Fables of Odo of Cheriton, a well-known collection of animal stories popular in the Middle Ages; late antique bestiary called the Physiologus, or Liber de naturalibus animalium; religious treatise in the form of question and answer on the duel and the tournament; religious romance describing a battle between the virtues and vices; also includes a prayer in German to be used against the toothache.

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