This volume contains two commentaries on Aristotle's Libri physicorum; the authors are Friedrich von Nürnberg and Johannes Buridanus. They were copied in 1439 by Albrecht Löffler from Rheinfelden during his studies at the University of Heidelberg. Later he joined the Dominican Order and left this manuscript to the Dominican Convent of Basel, where it became part of the chained library.
Online Since: 09/26/2017
This paper manuscript contains a commentary on Magister Adam's (Adamus Alderspacensis) Summula de summa Raimundi. According to the colophon on p. 314a, Jodocus Probus completed copying the text on September 12, 1422. The ownership note on p. 3 indicates that the manuscript was in the Abbey of St. Gall by the second half of the fifteenth century at the latest. It is bound with a limp binding.
Online Since: 04/25/2023
This paper manuscript contains just Peter Lombard's Libri sententiarum, written by various hands in scripts somewhere between bastarda and newer Gothic book cursive. The copy of the first book abruptly ends at Distinctio 42, though with the colophon Explicit liber questionum super primum [sc. librum] sententiarum anno domini 1422 (p. 239). There are then six slightly smaller, empty leaves, surely meant for the completion of the volume (pp. 149-160). A further twelve empty leaves of the same size appear at the very end of the volume (pp. 460-483). No initials have been added. The recto sides from p. 165 onward have page-titles with the number of the book concerned. The binding shows signs of the five buckles it used to have both on its top and bottom. On the lower and upper edges is the following edge-title: Sententiarum. The bound cord is inserted between large wooden boards. The endband is plaited. On the inside of the now bare front cover the offset from a since removed binding fragment can be seen. On numerous pages parts of the edge of the leaf have broken off, text loss is minimal (pp. 175, 176, 181–200, 219–246, 317–332).
Online Since: 09/06/2023