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F21. Lincolnshire list, 1528

27 identified entries found.
  • F21.1 (`postille Rowell super . . '): William Rothwell OP [late 13th cent.]
    Commentaries on Judges, Kings, Psalms, Ecclesiasticus, &c. not known to survive; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 806.
  • F21.2a: Stephen Langton [c1165–1228], archbishop of Canterbury
    Commentary on the Pentateuch as above.
  • F21.2b (`super libros Salomonis'): Stephen Langton [c1165–1228], archbishop of Canterbury
    Commentary on Sapiential books as above.
  • F21.2c: Stephen Langton [c1165–1228], archbishop of Canterbury
    Commentary on Jeremiah, inc. `Vidit Daniel uirum indutum lineis super aquam fluminis &c. [Dn 10 5] Per Danielem qui interpretatur': unpr.; Stegmüller Bibl. 7829. Stegmüller reports more copies than Smalley.
  • F21.2d: Stephen Langton [c1165–1228], archbishop of Canterbury
    Commentary on Ecclesiasticus, inc. `Hoc nomine Ecclesiastes interpretatur concionator' unpr.; Stegmüller Bibl. 7814. There is a second commentary, inc. `Cum de edificio sito in monte loqueretur, Ezechiel ait, Thalami porte, &c. [Ez 40:10]' (Stegmüller Bibl. 7813), ascribed to Langton in at least one copy, transmitted with Langton, and accepted as also authentic by both Smalley and Stegmüller.
  • F21.3a (`in duos libros Paralipomenon'): Nicholas Trevet OP [c1258–c1334]
    Commentary on Chronicles not known to survive; Stegmüller Bibl. 6037.
  • F21.3b = F22.1: Nicholas Trevet OP [c1258–c1334]
    Commentary on the Psalter unpr.; Stegmüller Bibl. 6038; Kaeppeli 3135.
  • F21.4a: Richard Fishacre OP [†1248]
    Commentary on the Psalms not known to survive; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 476; Stegmüller Bibl. 7267.
  • F21.4b: Richard Fishacre OP [†1248]
    Commentary on the Lombard's Sentences unpr. apart from prol. ed. R. J. Long in Med. Stud. 34 (1972) 71–98; Sharpe Latin Writers, 477; Stegmüller Sent. 718; Kaeppeli 3466.
  • F21.5a: Robert Kilwardby OP [†1279]
    Quaestiones on the Lombard's Sentences I, ed. J. Schneider (Munich 1986); II, ed. G. Leibold (Munich 1992); III/1, ed. E. Gössmann (Munich 1982); III/2, ed. G. Leibold (Munich 1985); IV, ed. R. Schenk (Munich 1993); Stegmüller Sent. 742; Kaeppeli 3519.
  • F21.5b: Robert Kilwardby OP [†1279]
    De ortu scientiarum, inc. `Diuisio scientiae' ed. A. G. Judy, Auctores Britannici medii aeui 4 (1976); Kaeppeli 3516.
  • F21.5c: Robert Kilwardby OP [†1279]
    De conscientia et synderesi unpr.: excerpts in O. Lottin, Psychologie et morale aux XIIe et XIIIe siècles (Louvain 1942–60), 2. 312–32; Kaeppeli 3518; Bloomfield 0944, 4693.
  • F21.5d: Robert Kilwardby OP [†1279]
    [dub.] `De sacramento alratis' not identified.
  • F21.5e (`de predicamento relationis'): Robert Kilwardby OP [†1279]
    De natura relationis ed. L. Schmücker (Lenggries 1980); Glorieux Arts 411x; Kaeppeli 3515.
  • F21.5f (as a work of R. Kilwardby): Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    L. Minio-Paluello in DSB 1. 267–81 (on tradition and influence). Indexing Aristotle's works presents difficulties at several levels. He wrote a great deal. The sources provide evidence at different periods for the Greek text, multiple Latin translations from Arabic and from Greek, groupings of individual works under familiar medieval titles, and a wide range of pseudonymous texts. The descriptions provided by the sources are often imprecise, especially as to which Latin translation was recorded. Since the sixteenth century scholarly interest has focused on the Greek text rather than on versions current in the middle ages. Only in recent decades has Aristoteles Latinus attempted to document the Latin versions current at different times, but its progress with editions has been slow. Recently Aristoteles Latinus Database (ALD) has provided complementary material. Since 1971 a separate series Aristoteles Semito-Latinus has aimed to edit translations from Arabic. Where neither is not available, one must have recourse either to major sixteenth-century printings of Latin (in cases where they print the medieval versions) or to the earliest printed editions that may themselves have been documented by our sources. The resulting index is inevitably uneven. Thanks to Pieter de Leemans for his advice.
    [pseud.] Liber de causis, Latin tr. ed. A. Pattin in Tijdschrift voor Filosofie 28 (1966) 90–203; the text is also printed with the edition of Aquinas's commentary, ed. H. D. Saffrey (Fribourg/Louvain 1954); Thorndike/Kibre 996; PAL 18–20 (no. 13). The work is largely extracted from Proclus's Elementatio theologica, and Albertus Magnus names the compiler as David Iudaeus. Copies are often said to be accompanied by a commentary, `Cum ergo remouet causa secunda uniuersalis', attributed to Alfarabius and to other writers; these passages are in fact demonstrations added by the compiler.
  • F21.5g (as a work of R. Kilwardby): Costa ben Luca (Qusta b. Luqa) [late 9th cent.]
    (ps. Aristotle), De differentia spiritus et animae, tr. John of Seville ed. S. Barach, Excerpta ex libro Alfredi (Innsbruck 1878), 120–39; Thorndike/Kibre 771, 1212, 1526.
  • F21.6: Stephen Langton [c1165–1228], archbishop of Canterbury
    Quaestiones theologicae unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 628–9; Stegmüller Sent. 824–6.
  • F21.†7 (`sermones sancti Patricii'): Caesarius of Arles [c470–542], archbishop of Arles
    Homiliae X ad monachos a group common in English manuscripts, comprising seven sermons of Caesarius, a letter of Caesarius, a Eusebian sermon, and ps. Augustine, De tribus habitaculis (attributed to Patrick of Dublin). On the texts and manuscripts, see A. O. Gwynn, The Writings of Bishop Patrick 1074–84 (Dublin 1955), 28–45, 132–5. The group often accompanies eight sermones ad monachos attributed to Eusebius Gallicanus.
  • F21.8a: Vincent of Beauvais OP [1189/94–c1264]
    De eruditione regalium filiorum pr. Rostock 1477, &c.; ed. A. Steiner (Cambridge, MA, 1938); Kaeppeli 4003.
  • F21.9 (`eulogium Cornubiensis'): John of Cornwall [† after 1179]
    Eulogium ad Alexandrum III PL 199. 1043–86; ed. N. M. Häring, Med. Stud. 13 (1951) 256–300. [See also above, De homine assumpto.]
  • F21.11 (`cum exposicione'): Geoffrey of Monmouth [†1154]
    Prophetia Merlini (Historia regum Britanniae VII), often found separately ed. A. Griscom (London 1929), 383–97; ed. E. Faral, La Légende arturienne (Paris 1929), 3. 186–203. [= §§ 106–118 in Faral's text of the Historia regum Britanniae.]
  • F21.12 (`uitas fratrum predicatorum', anon.): Gerardus de Fracheto OP [1205–1271]
    Vitae fratrum ordinis Praedicatorum ed. B. M. Reichert (Louvain 1896); Kaeppeli 1282.
  • F21.13 (`originalia Kilwardby'): Robert Kilwardby OP [†1279]
    Tabula super originalia patrum unpr.; Kaeppeli 3521; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 564.

27 identified entries found.

All data was derived from the List of Identifications by Professor Richard Sharpe.
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