Script: Copied by various small hands, writing highly abbreviated Gothica Textualis Currens or Libraria. In some sections documentary cursive influence is visible (especially in looped d). The decoration is unevenly spread. Red paragraph marks, underlining and headings; some plain red initials; alternating red and blue flourished initials with penwork in the contrasting colour in art. 7; initials missing in art. 9. Binding: Original (?) binding in ... over wooden boards, sewn on four split leather thongs. Remnants of four pairs of leather ties, two at the front and one at the top and at the tail.
Manuscript on parchment containing 1) Two diagrams with accompanying text. 2) Note on vows. 3) Petrus Cantor (d. 1197), De tropis loquendi. 4) Table of the subdivisions of anima. 5) Theological note. 6) Note on merit. 7) Theological treatise in four books. 8) Notes in plummet. 9) Treatise on vision and gifts ("dotes").
Manuscripts, Medieval--Connecticut--New Haven Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in Beinecke Library Philosophy, Medieval Scholia
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Beinecke MS 981
General Collection, BRBL, Yale University
Philosophical and Theological Treatises. General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
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