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Aarau, Aargauer Kantonsbibliothek, MsWettF 26: 4
Paper · 79 ff. · 30 x 21 cm · 1445 / third quarter of the 15th century
Wasmodus de Homberg; Varia in materia beghardorum et beginarum; Johannes Mulberg; Benedictus de Asinago; Felix Hemmerlin

Manuscript of collected works including texts by Wasmodus de Homberg, Lampertus Episcopus Argentinensis, Johannes Mulberg and Felix Hemmerlin regarding the Beguine conflict and a tract by Benedictus de Asinago on poverty. (pel)

Online Since: 11/04/2010

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Aarau, Aargauer Kantonsbibliothek, MsWettFm 1
Parchment · 270 ff. · 60 x 40-41.5 cm · Cologne · 1330-1335
Graduale oesa, Proprium de tempore, pars hiemalis

The first volume of the three-part so-called "Wettinger Graduale", made in Cologne for a cloister of Augustinian hermits, transferred from Zurich to the Cistercian cloister of Wettingen after the Reformation. The illuminated initials in this first volume are the work of the "Old Master of the Gradual" (Willehalm-Meister). (pel)

Online Since: 11/04/2010

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Aarau, Aargauer Kantonsbibliothek, MsWettFm 2
Parchment · 187 ff. · 61 x 41 cm · Cologne · 1330-1335
Graduale oesa, Proprium de tempore, pars aestivalis

The second volume of the three-part so-called "Wettinger Graduale", made in Cologne for a cloister of Augustinian hermits, transferred from Zurich to the Cistercian cloister of Wettingen after the Reformation. The illuminated initials in this second volume are the work of the "Younger Master of the Gradual" (Willehalm-Meister). (sau)

Online Since: 12/17/2015

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Aarau, Aargauer Kantonsbibliothek, MsWettFm 3
Parchment · 209 ff. · 61 x 41 cm · Cologne · 1330-1335
Graduale oesa, Proprium de sanctis

The third volume of the three-part so-called "Wettinger Graduale", made in Cologne for a cloister of Augustinian hermits, transferred from Zurich to the Cistercian cloister of Wettingen after the Reformation. The illuminated initials in this third volume, like those in the second (MsWettFm 2) are the work of the "Younger Master of the Gradual". (pel)

Online Since: 11/04/2010

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Aarau, Aargauer Kantonsbibliothek, MsWettQ 3
Parchment · 128 ff. · 22 x 17.5 cm · third quarter of the 13th century
Collectarius OCist (“Collectaneum“)

The Cistercian Collectarius dates from the third quarter of the 13th century. It contains liturgical prayers for the whole year. The manuscript’s place of origin is unknown; several historical notes indicate that it was used early on in Wettingen. The calendar contains entries of commemorative days for the monastery’s founders, and the short Notae dedicationum Wettingenses report on the founding and the equipping of the monastery. (gam)

Online Since: 12/10/2020

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Aarau, Aargauer Kantonsbibliothek, MsWettQ 4
Parchment · 486 pp. · 17 x 12.5 cm · first quarter of the 14th century
Breviarium OCist

This extensive breviary lists the texts for the Liturgy of the Hours throughout the church year for the Cistercian Order. The calendar of saints and the rank of the feasts correspond to those from the last third of the 13th century. Based on the script, this breviary can be dated to the early 14th century. It remains unclear since when the manuscript was in use at Wettingen Abbey. (gam)

Online Since: 12/10/2020

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Aarau, Aargauer Kantonsbibliothek, MsWettQ 5
Parchment · 115 ff. · 19 x 14 cm · second third of the 13th century
Consuetudines OCist

The Cistercian Consuetudines from the middle third of the 13th century include the foundational Carta caritatis and the practices regulating worship, the life of the lay brothers, the general chapter as well as other areas, up to the placing of accents in manuscripts. Several scribes contributed to the writing of this copy. In the 13th century, another scribe added medical recipes in German on previously blank pages. (gam)

Online Since: 12/10/2020

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Aarau, Aargauer Kantonsbibliothek, MsWettQ 6
Parchment · 34 ff. · 18.5 x 13.5 cm · last third of the 15th century; 16th century
Pontificale OCist

This Cistercian pontifical for the abbot dates from the last third of the 15th century; it contains various benedictions and liturgical formulations for the consecration of monks and nuns, and for the appointment of an abbess. The formulations for ordinations in convents of Cistercian nuns are written partly in German. (gam)

Online Since: 12/10/2020

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Aarau, Aargauer Kantonsbibliothek, ZF 18
Paper · 334 ff. · 40 x 29-29.5 cm · Bremgarten · [1514-1532]
Werner Schodoler, Eidgenössische Chronik, Vol. 3

The Eidgenössische Chronik by Werner Schodoler (1490-1541) is in chronological order the last of the illustrated Swiss Chronicles of the late Middle Ages. It was written by private initiative between 1510 and 1535 and took as its model primarily the Official Bernese Chronicle - Amtliche Berner Chronik - by Diebold Schilling and the Chronicle - Kronica - by Petermann Etterlin. This volume, the third and last of the Chronicle, presents the events of the Burgundian Wars and the Swabian War; it ends with the Italian military campaigns, among others the Battle of Marignano on September 13th and 14th 1515, in which presumably the author himself took part. The volume is illustrated with 196 uncolored pen sketches by an anonymous artist. Today the three volumes are held in different libraries: the first volume is in the Leopold-Sophien-Bibliothek in Überlingen, the second in the City Archives in Bremgarten, and the third in the Cantonal Library of Aargau. (ber)

Online Since: 12/20/2012

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Aarau, Staatsarchiv Aargau, AA/0428a
Paper · 126 pp. · 29 x 23 cm · Königsfelden · probably begun in 1417, with additions until 1427
Cartulary and register of annual donations of the Franciscan Königsfelden Abbey

Paper manuscript with copies of the privileges and annual donations regarding the property of the Franciscan Königsfelden Abbey. Begun around 1417 with additions until 1427. After the dissolution of Königsfelden Abbey, the book came to Muri and from there to Muri-Gries (Bolzano, Italy). It was returned as part of the exchange of cultural property with Muri-Gries/Sarnen in 1960. (hod)

Online Since: 10/04/2018

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Aarau, Staatsarchiv Aargau, AA/0429
Paper · 242 ff. · 33.5 x 23.5 cm · Königsfelden · begun around 1417, with additions until 1530
Cartulary II of Königsfelden Abbey

Copies of the privileges, regulations, registers of annual donations and documents from the 13th to the 16th century regarding the property of Königsfelden Abbey. Originally set up in individual booklets that were only later bound together. Arranged by type (for the privileges) and otherwise by geographical units. (stt)

Online Since: 10/04/2018

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Aarau, Staatsarchiv Aargau, AA/0429 Index
Paper · 10 ff. · 33 x 21 cm · Königsfelden · around 1530
Index for the Königsfelden Abbey Cartulary II

Incomplete alphabetical index by subjects, persons and places for Cartulary II of Königsfelden Abbey (StAAG AA/0429). It was produced around 1530 by Eberhart von Rümlang, secretary of the treasurer’s office of Bern, probably as part of an administrative reform during the time of the Reformation, when the Königsfelden monasteries were secularized by the Bernese Administration. (stt)

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Aarau, Staatsarchiv Aargau, AA/0446
Paper · III + 136 ff. · 32 x 22 cm · Königsfelden · begun around 1480, with additions until about 1530
Cartulary of Königsfelden Abbey concerning the abbey’s Waldshut properties

Copies and regesta of privileges and documents from the 14th to the 16th century concerning Königsfelden Abbey’s Waldshut properties. Begun around 1480, parallel to the establishing of the Königsfelden cartulary II (StAAG AA/0429), with additions until about 1530. (stt)

Online Since: 10/04/2018

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Aarau, Staatsarchiv Aargau, AA/0447
Paper · 36 ff. · 31.5 x 22 cm · Königsfelden · begun around 1480, with additions until about 1530
Cartulary of Königsfelden Abbey concerning the abbey’s rights to and properties in Birmenstorf

Copies and regesta of privileges and documents from 1400 until 1530 concerning Königsfelden Abbey’s rights to and properties in Birmenstorf. Begun around 1480, parallel to the establishing of the Königsfelden cartulary II (StAAG AA/0429), with additions until about 1530. (stt)

Online Since: 10/04/2018

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Aarau, Staatsarchiv Aargau, AA/0448
Paper · 132 ff. · 32.5 x 24 cm · Königsfelden · 1500-1550
Cartulary of Königsfelden Abbey concerning the Meierhof in Erlinsbach

Copies and regesta of privileges and documents from the 14th to the 16th century, concerning the Meierhof (an estate run by a steward) in Erlinsbach. Begun around 1525, at the time of the dissolution of the monasteries. Parchment binding with square notation. (stt)

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Aarau, Staatsarchiv Aargau, AA/0464
Paper · 190 ff. · 29.5 x 21.5 cm · Königsfelden · around 1432, additions until 1530
Königsfelden Abbey land tax register

This is the first register of land tax from Königsfelden Abbey that has survived; it lists the taxes and those who had to pay them. Begun under Abbess Elisabeth von Leiningen (before 1386 until after 1456), sporadically amended and continued until 1531. (stt)

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Aarau, Staatsarchiv Aargau, AA/0465
Paper · 141 ff. · 29 x 11 cm · Königsfelden · 1451-1457, additions from 1458
Königsfelden Abbey tithing roll

Booklets of the auctioning of the tithes of Königsfelden Abbey, which were later bound together. A booklet was set up for each year between 1451 and 1457, set up by the stewards of the Convent of the Poor Clares, Niklaus Fricker and Ulrich Ambühl; additions until 1458. (stt)

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Aarau, Staatsarchiv Aargau, AA/0428
Parchment · 128 ff. · 35 x 25 cm · Königsfelden · around 1335
Cartulary I of Königsfelden

Copy of privileges, orders, seasonal contributions and records pertaining to the cloister holdings of Königsfeld. Compiled at the time of Queen Agnes of Hungary (ca. 1281-1346). (rau)

Online Since: 04/14/2008

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Aarau, Staatsarchiv Aargau, AA/3115
Parchment · 49 ff. · 25-25.5 x 18.5-19 cm · Wettingen · between 1248 and 1253
The Little Urbarium (Registrum Privilegiorum; Urbaria)

A collection of copies of papal and regal privilege grants to Wettingen Abbey, set down by Johannes von Strassburg between 1248 and 1253. In addition, the volume contains copies of significant documents, including those regarding allocations and other legal matters as well as assorted registers of goods with duties. (rau)

Online Since: 04/15/2010

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Aarau, Staatsarchiv Aargau, AA/3116
Paper · 333 ff. · 45 x 32.5 cm · Wettingen · around 1490
Diplomatarium Wettingense

A comprehensive collection of the most important legal records and documents of Wettingen Abbey, written by Peter Numagen in about 1490. The table of contents and prologue are followed by legendary accounts of the abbey's founding and copies of the papal, imperial and regal grants of privilege. It also contains the grant of privilege of the order and copies of records of assorted legal transactions related to ownership of real property. Adorned with the coat of arms of the founding patrons, abbots and benefactors. (rau)

Online Since: 04/15/2010

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