Nicodemus (S. V)
This codex is a particularly important manuscript of collected texts. Especially important are the Inscriptiones Urbis Romae and the Itinerarium Urbis Romae. The Ordo Romanus XXIII for use on Good Friday, transmitted only in this manuscript, is also notable. Additional contents of this codex include a selection from the Notae of Marcus Valerius Probus, the Gesta Salvatoris (Evangelium Nicodemi), Varia Poemata and a text entitled De inventione s. Crucis. There is no information about how the manuscript traveled to Pfäfers and then on to Einsiedeln (most likely during the 14th century).
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- Alcuinus, Flaccus (Author) | Ausonius, Decimus Magnus (Author) | Cummianus, Longus (Author) | Gargilius Martialis, Quintus (Author) | Ligerz, Heinrich von (Librarian) | Morel, Gallus (Librarian) | Nicodemus (Author) | Probus, Marcus Valerius (Author) | Prudentius Clemens, Aurelius (Author) | Walahfridus, Strabo (Author) Found in: Standard description