place: Salzburg

Salzburg, Bibliothek der Erzabtei St. Peter, a. IX. 32

Salzburg, Bibliothek der Erzabtei St. Peter, a. IX. 32

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Repository:

Salzburg (Austria)
Bibliothek der Erzabtei St. Peter
a. IX. 32

Siglum (by Mordek 1995): Sa


History:

Origin:
1st half of the 11th century, Salzburg (according to Wind and Hehl), Cologne (according to Kottje) (Mordek)


Physical description:

Material: Parchment
Quires:
Number: 218 foll.
Size: 272-280 x 217-220 mm
Text block: 215-230 x 145-160 mm
Lines: 29-30


Script: Caroline minuscule

Glosses:


Contents:

  • 1r
    front page
  • 1v
    Epistola formata
  • 2r - 90v
    Cresconius, Collectio canonum
  • 91r - 116r
    collection of 190 canons of Hispanic and Gallo-Frankish councils
  • 116v
    Prologue to the Paenitentiale (Pseudo-)Bedae (slightly younger addendum)
  • 117r - 134r
    Hrabanus Maurus, Paenitentiale ad Heribaldum
  • 134r - 142v
    Collectio 12 capitulorum
  • 142v - 145r
    Collectio 17 capitulorum
  • 145r - 157v, 166r - 167v, 168v, 198v - 202r
    various canonical and theological texts
  • 157v - 166r
    Collectio Vetus Gallica (excerpt)
  • 167v - 168v
    Isidore, Sententiae (excerpts)
  • 168v - 198v
  • 195v - 196r
    Leges Langobardorum (Liutprandi leges)
  • 202r - 207r
    Capitula Angilramni
  • 207r - 218r
    excerpts from canonical texts and capitularies
  • 218v
    probationes pennae (14th century), prayer

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Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 532 Helmst.

Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 532 Helmst.

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Repository:

Wolfenbüttel (Germany)
Herzog August Bibliothek
Cod. Guelf. 532 Helmst.

Siglum (by Mordek 1995): W5

Digital image available at Digitale Bibliothek HAB


History:

Origin:
9th century (von Schwind); beginning of the 9th century, Salzburg (Kottje); 1st to 2nd quarter of the 9th century, part II presumably from 820, Salzburg (Mordek); 9th century (820), Salzburg (?) (Bischoff HA); ca. 820 (Bluhme); around the year 820, Salzburg (Siewert following Heinemann); 10th century (Krusch)

Provenance:
presumably from Weißenburg (Mordek following Butzmann); formerly in possession of Matthias Flacius Illyricus (Krusch)


Physical description:

Material: Parchment
Quires:
Number: 174 foll. (3 parts)
Size: 235 x 140-150 mm
Text block: 200 x 95-115 mm
Lines: 25, 36-37


Script: Caroline minuscule

Glosses:


Contents:

  • 2r - 54r
    Defensor of Ligugé, Scintillarum liber (beginning fragmentary)
  • 54r - 55v
    letter from Charlemagne to Alcuin; short notes
  • 56r
    title "Monita cuiusdam sancti de virtutibus"
  • 56v - 85v
    Isidore, Proemia de libris novi et veteris Testamenti; Liber de ortu et obitu patrum; Allegoriae quaedam sacrae Scripturae; pseudo-Isidor, Liber de genealogiis (incomplete); Isidore, Chronicon (last part)
  • 85v - 86r
    Praefatio to the Epitome temporum; short annals from Heraclius up to the year 820
  • 86v - 88v
    letter from Louis the Pious to the archbishops (here Arn of Salzburg) regarding the transmission of the Regulae canonicorum from 817
  • 89r - 91r
    Capitulare monasticum I
  • 91v - 93r
    clerical interrogatio
  • 93v
    canon on delinquent clerics
  • 94r
    interpretation of the Lord's Prayer
  • 94r - v
    explanatory notes on units
  • 95r - 114r
    Eucherius of Lyon, Instructionum ad Veranum libri duo
  • 114r - 120v
    glossaries
  • 121r - v
    synodal ordo
  • 122r - 134v
    Junilius Africanus, De partibus legis divinae libri duo
  • 134v - 138v
    clerical interrogatio, explanatory notes on clerical ranks, various moral dicta, maxims, catalogue of the kings of Israel starting with Rehoboam
  • 139r - 153r
    Alcuin, Dialogus seu disputatio de rhetorica et de virtutibus
  • 153v
    various list of names
  • 154r - 170r
    Lex Baiuvariorum (type A) Stemma
  • 170v
    Capitulare seu canones concilii Neuchingensis, Capitulare seu canones concilii Dingolfingensis
  • 170v - 173v
    Edictus Rothari (cc. 281-351, from 173r: cc. 43-86)

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Münster, Universitätsbibliothek, fragment unsigned (deposit private property Siewert)

Münster, Universitätsbibliothek, fragment unsigned (deposit private property Siewert)

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Repository:

Münster (Germany)
Universitätsbibliothek
Fragment unsigniert (Depositum aus dem Privatbesitz Siewert)

N.B.: The fragment was acquired by the antiquarian Dr Jörn Günther and then sold to the State Library Berlin (with thanks to Professor Mark Mersiowsky, University of Stuttgart, for this information).

History:

Origin:
9th century, presumably Salzburg (Siewert 1993)


Physical description:


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Glosses:


Contents:

  • Leges Langobardorum

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