Alpoleius, Jacobus, de Urbisaglia
This composite manuscript comes from the library of the Carthusian monastery of Basel and contains school texts on the ancient comic poet Publius Terentius Afer (Terence) (ca. 195 - ca. 159 B.C.), such as Comoediae cum didascaliis, as well as various Rhetoricae, or teachings on the art of speech making and letter writing. The first part of the manuscript was written by the later Prior Jacob Lauber while he was still a student in 1471 and 1472.
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- Alpoleius, Jacobus, de Urbisaglia: Ars punctandi (162v)
Incipit: Quesisti, vir egregie, quid senciam de racione punctandi
Explicit: secundum modernos habeas, vir insignis. Vale
- Alpoleius, Jacobus, de Urbisaglia (Author) | Augustinus, Dati (Author) | Gasparinus, Barzizius (Author) | Heinrich Arnoldi (Librarian) | Henricus, Francigena (Author) | Isidorus, Hispalensis (Author) | Louber, Jakob (Commentator) | Louber, Jakob (Annotator) | Louber, Jakob (Former possessor) | Louber, Jakob (Scribe) | Luder, Petrus (Author) | Pius II, Papa (Author) | Terentius Afer, Publius (Author) | Theophrastus (Author) Found in: Standard description