Hartmann, von Aue (1160-1210)
This paper manuscript from the second half of the 14th century contains Gregorius by Hartman von Aue, Marienleich by Frauenlob, and the Rossarzneibuch (Horse Medicine) by Meister Albrant.
Online Since: 12/20/2007
- Hartmann, von Aue: Gregorius (7v-44v)
Incipit: (8r)Mein herczze hat betwͤungen und dicke meine zuͤngen, daz si des vil gesproͤchen hat, daz nach der werlt loͤne stat
Explicit: Mir moͤcht zuͤ disem leibe chain selde mer geschehen, und ob ich in scholde sehen. Er sprach: Frowͤ so gehabt euch wol [V. 3909]
- Albrant, der Meister (Author) | Bodmer, Martin (Former possessor) | Eszterházy, Károly (Former possessor) | Hartmann, von Aue (Author) | Heinrich, von Meissen (Author) Found in: Standard description
This manuscript, written by the Benedictine Friedrich Kölner and meant for the Hermitage of St. George, contains, among others: a translation of the letters of Jan van Schoonhoven, which survive only in this manuscript; a sermon by Tauler (Vetter no. 70); and excerpts from Chapter 49 of the Vita by Henry Suso. In addition, it transmits several of the “Engelberger Predigten“, thus completing the collection contained in Cod. Sang. 1004. It bears mentioning that both of these manuscripts are based on an earlier model, to which also the manuscripts Cod. Sang. 1919 and Wil M 42, which were created 50 years later, owe their (complementary) selection of “Engelberger Predigten“. In the fold of the twelfth quire (set of sheets), there can be found remnants of a two-columned, rubricated German parchment manuscript from the first half/middle of the 13th century.
Online Since: 10/07/2013