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Raimundus, de Pennaforti (1180-1275)
Copied in the 13th century, probably in the north of France, this Latin Bible unifies in one volume the books of the Old- and New Testaments, most of them preceded by prologues. It transmits the standard Vulgate text, called the Paris version, with the chapter divisions attributed to Stephen Langton, and its last thirty pages provide a glossary of Hebrew names. Historiated initials open the various biblical books and give the volume its structure. A smaller script than usual in this volume has been used on fol. 1 for the Commentary on the Tree of Consanguinity, a text usually transmitted in juridical works, augmented here by an illustration of such a tree. (mes)
Online Since: 12/21/2009
- Raimundus, de Pennaforti: Commentarius in Arbores consanguinitatis et affinitatis. (f. 1-1v)
Incipit: (prol.?): Quia tractare intendimus de consanguinitate et eius gradibus et de arboris consanguinitatis expositione
Explicit: hodie ultra IIII gradum quasdam alias omitto uel quia non sunt dubie uel quia inutiles. Raymundus.
- Bodmer, Martin (Former possessor) | Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius (Author) | Hrabanus, Maurus (Author) | Isidorus, Hispalensis (Author) | Raimundus, de Pennaforti (Author) Found in: Standard description