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Linz, Oberösterreichische Landesbibliothek (früher: Studienbibliothek), Hs.-314 (Schiffmann 90)
Pergament   152 Bl.   265×190   Frankreich und Österreich, 14. Jh.
 Volldigitalisat
Literatur zur Handschrift: Katharina Hranitzky, Beschreibung von Linz, Oberösterreichische Landesbibliothek, Cod. 314 (Schiffmann 90) im Rahmen des vom Forschungsfonds FWF finanzierten Forschungsprojektes 'Katalog der illuminierten Handschriften der OÖ Landesbibliothek: ca. 1220-1400' (P 26172). 2019 [online]
Ausstattung: Illuminiert   Rubriziert   Fleuronnéeinitiale(n)   Figürlicher Buchschmuck   Federzeichnung(en)   


Beschreibung nach Schiffmann a.O.:

Saec. XIV, Perg., 265x190, 152 Bll. 2 Koll.—Lagen zu 6 (14), 8 (6,8), 10 (7), 12 (2-5,10-13), 14 (1), u. 16 (9) Bll. Von Lage 1 Bl. 1 u. von Lage 14 Bl. 6 auf den Deckel geklebt. Von Lage 1,7,9 u. 14 je ein Bl. nur ein Streifen, von Lage 9 fehlen 2 Bll. Kustoden. — Holzdeckel mit ehem. weissem Lederüberzug, teilw. erneuert. Schliessen abgenommen. — Auf dem Nachsteckbl. eine Federzeichnung (Hexe reitet auf einem Ziegenbock). — Aus Garsten, Bl. 1r: Novo monasterii Garstensis librorum catalogo inscriptus anno 1631 sub No. 2 C. 3
Beschreibung der Handschrift von Prof. Richard G. Newhauser, 2001:
Miscellany of two parts, vellum bound between boards covered in leather, 150 folios, 262/265 x 185/190 mm folio size, 135 x 195/200 mm written space, s. xiv2 (fols. 1-86) and s. xiv mid (fols. 87- 150), from the Benedictine monastery in Garsten (top margin of fol.1r: Nouo Monasterij Garstensis librorum Catalogo inscriptus A. 1631 sub No. 2. C.). The parchment is generally brownish-yellowish. Inside front cover: shelf mark numbers: B.V.42 (in pencil, crossed out); Cc.IV.17; C, 26; Nr. 314 (in pencil). Inside front cover, content notice: Petrus aureolis. Stamp of K. k. Studien-Bibliothek in Linz at bottom of fol. 1r, 150v, inside back cover. Inside back cover: pen drawing of a witch riding on a goat.
Modern foliation in red ink in upper right hand corner of leaves. Quires: 1 (6): 1r-12v [catchword: -diccionem]; 2 (6): 13r-24v [catchword: -ta sollicitam]; 3 (6): 25r-36v [catchword: Tu autem]; 4 (6): 37r-48v [catchword: -tem et vigorem]; 5 (6): 49r-60v [catchword: fecit hunc]; 6 (4): 61r-68v [catchword: cadunt]; 7 (single folio + 4): 69r-77v [catchwords: signandum (69v), istum seductorem (77v)]; 8 (4 + single folio): 78r-86v [catchword: delicias (85v)]; 9 (6): 87r-98v [catchword: interiorem]; 10 (6): 99r-110v [catchword: aspectibus]; 11 (6): 111r-122v [catchword: -cunditatem]; 12 (6): 123r-134v [catchword: Sic vera]; 13 (6): 135r- 146v [catchword: Christi placauit Deum]; 14 (2): 147r-150v. The first folio of a bifolium is numbered in the bottom right hand corner in many quires: e.g., in quire 9, one finds the following numbering: fol. 87r: i, fol. 88r: ii, fol. 89r: iii, fol. 90r: iiii, fol. 91r: v, fol. 92r: vi. Fols. 1r-86v written in a small, tight Gothic cursive with red and blue initials and paragraph marks; ink fading to brown generally; on some folios the ink is still black. Fols. 87r-150v written in a broader, thicker Gothic bookhand, with some rubrication in red, and red and blue initials, ink generally brown.

1. Bl. 1r-65r Petrus Aureoli, Breviarium bibliorum. 2. Bl. 65v-68v Rubertus, cancell. Paris., Sermo de omnibus sanctis u. Sermo in synodo Parisiensi editus. 3. Bl. 69r-86v Sermones. 4. Bl. 87v-150v Libellus, qui dicitur1 Oculus moralis. [Einfügung von Hand: vgl. AFH (1932 ?)] – Inc.: Si diligenter voluerimus in lege Domini meditari. Expl.: intuitum non habent. – Hierauf Schreibervers. - [Anmerkung von Hand: 87v-119r. Petrus von Limoges: Tractatus moralis de oculo. - Pecienvermerke: f. 101r fi. VIII. pe = finis octava pecia decima, f. 104v fi. xa pea, f. 106v fi. p. XI., f. 109v fi. pe. XIII. f: 114r fi. XVI. pe, f. 117v fi: XVIII. pe ]
Beschreibung der Handschrift von Prof. Richard G. Newhauser, 2001:
Part I (s. xiv, second half): 1. 1ra-60vb: Petrus Aureolus, Compendium. 1ra [Inc.]: Venite ascendamus ad montem Domini et ad domum Dei Iacob et docebit nos vias suas... Ysaie 2o capitulo et Michee 4o. Gregorius 23o libro Moralium illud Iob capitulo 23o scriptum: Semel locutus est... - ... 60vb [Expl.]: ex aromatibus mirre et thuris et vniuersi pulueris pigmentarij. Explicit Compendium Petri Aureoli
2. 60vb-65rb: Principium theologie. 60vb [Inc.]: Fons ascendebat eterna irrigans vniuersam superficiem terre... - ...65rb [Expl.]: ihesus christus qui cum patre et spiritu sancto vivit et regnat in secula seculorum Amen
3. 65va-69ra: [sermons]. 65va: Sermo de omnibus sanctis editus a domino Ruberto cancellario Parisiensi. 67va: Sermo in synodo Parisiensi editus a prefato cancellario
4. 69rb-83va [On the Passion]. 69rb [Inc.]: Primo est videre de antecedentibus passionem et spiritualiter nonus [?] de causis procurata fuerit passio Christi... - ...83va [Expl.]: Quas virtutes nos faciat ipse habere qui pro nobis voluit crucifigi. Amen
The treatise lists nine miraculous springs around the world and interprets their qualities spiritually in terms of characteristics of the passion. For example: Tercio legimus, quod in Affrica est fons, cuius aqua in aspectu est quieta, ita ut nullo modo videtur moueri, et ex isto fonte audiuntur uoces sonare et cantus cum placida melodia. Verum est, quod voces iste sunt valde infeste pacientibus dolorem in cerebro. Spiritualiter talis fons est latus Domini nostri Ihesu Christi, de quo exit vox dulcis pro salute omnium, qui pie compaciantur marterio Christi. Vnde Canticorum secundo: Sonet uox tua in auribus nostris. Sed non est dulcis pro redempcione crudelium Iudeorum, qui paciuntur morbum fatuitatis in cerebro, Danielis 13: Fatui filij Israel non iudicantes nec quod verum est cognoscentes. [fol. 83ra]
5. 83va-86vb [On Flowers and their Spiritual Interpretation]. 83va [Inc.]: Quasi flos egreditur et conteritur Iohannis 13o. Ecce enim breuis in volantibus apis et inicium... - ...86vb [Expl.]: Quod ipse Dei filius nobis concedat qui cum etcetera.
Part II (s. xiv mid): 6. 87ra-119ra [Peter of Limoges,] Tractatus qui dicitur oculus moralis – two columns, 47 lines per column
7. 119ra-150va: [Iacobus de Lausanna, Compendium moralitatum]. 119ra [Inc.]: Abicit mundus pauperes et honorat diuites... - ...150va [Expl.]: [in chapt. Ypocrita] per carnem quia pennas uirtutum non habent etcetera. Explicit iste libellus scriptor sit benedictus Deo gracias. Amen.3
Pecia Marks in the text of Peter of Limoges, Tractatus moralis de oculo:
1. fol. 101rb: fi. viiia pea [in chapt. 8.5 at the words: Oculus autem rem / clare et plane uidere]
2. fol. 104vb: fi. xa pea. [in chapt. 9 at the words: ad huc uiuen / tis uiscera secari precepit] (peciae 9 and 10 are an average of 320 lines long each, using Lz’s 47 lines per column as a standard of measurement)
3. fol. 106va: fi. p. xi [in chapt. 11.1 at the words: putabant cum earum / sollicitudine posse aliquam] (pecia 11 is 225 lines long, using Lz’s 47 lines per column as a standard of measurement)
4. fol. 109va: fi. pe. xiij [in chapt. 11.5 at the words: esse qui me / a tuo possit obsequio separare]
5. fol. 114rb: fi. xvj pe. [in chapt. 12.7 at the words: Deuteronomii xiii. Immun / dicia auium designat]
6. fol. 117va: fi. xviij pe. [in chapt. 14.2 at the words: celesti gloria meditacione. / Dicuntur autem quasi flos rosarum in diebus]
From the end of pecia 18 to the end of the text, there are 269 lines in Lz.

alle Initien
(Nr. 1) Petrus Aureoli Breviarium bibliorum.
(Nr. 2) Rupertus, canc. Paris.Sermones.
(Nr. 3) Sermones.
(Nr. 4) Oculus moralis.