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F24. Leland, c. 1536-40

43 identified entries found.
  • F24.1: Vita S. Edwardi regis et martyris ed. C. E. Fell (Leeds 1973); BHL 2418.
  • F24.2 (`historia Iuonis Carnotensis', inc.): Hugh of Fleury OSB [† c1135]
    Historia ecclesiastica siue Chronicon the first redaction, ed. B. Rottendorff (Münster 1638); the second redaction, part ed. G. Waitz, MGH Scriptores 9. 337–64; N. Lettinck in RB 91 (1981) 386–97. [The work was sent by the author for correction to Ivo of Chartres, to whom it is commonly ascribed.]
  • F24.3: Sigebert of Gembloux OSB [c1030–1112]
    Chronica PL 160. 57–240.
  • F24.4: Martin of Troppau OP [†1278]
    Chronica pontificum et imperatorum ed. L. Weiland, MGH Scriptores 22 (1872), 377–482; Kaeppeli 2974; A. D. von den Brincken in Deutsches Archiv 41 (1985) 460–531. [On the work's reception in England see W. V. Ikas in EHR 116 (2001) 327-41 and at greater length, Fortsetzungen zur Papst- und Kaiserchronik Martins von Troppau aus England, MGH (Hannover 2004).]
  • F24.5 (`A. Necham/ de S. Albano de naturis rerum'): Alexander Nequam OSA [1157–1217], canon of Cirencester
    De naturis rerum I–II, ed. T. Wright, RS 34 (1863), 1–354; III–V (commentary on Ecclesiastes), unpr.; Hunt, Nequam, 134–6; Stegmüller Bibl. 1172.
  • F24.6 (`Lincolniensis super libros Dionysii de hierarchia'): Ps. Dionysius the Areopagite
    Opera, Latin tr. CPG 6600–6607; pr. Bruges [1479] (GW 8408), &c.; ed. P. Chevallier, Dionysiaca (Bruges 1937–50). [The several translations are printed concurrently by Chevallier.]
  • F24.7: John Waleys OFM [†1285]
    Floriloquium siue Compendiloquium de uita et dictis illustrium philosophorum pr. Lyon 1511, fols. 140r–194r, &c.; Glorieux Rép. 322c.
  • F24.8: Nicholas Trevet OP [c1258–c1334]
    Commentary on Augustine's De ciuitate Dei part pr. [Strassburg c. 1468] (GW 2883), Mainz 1473 &c.; Kaeppeli 3136. [Trevet's work was used in early printings to continue the fuller but incomplete commentary by Thomas Waleys, which ends at X 29.]
  • F24.9: Robert Holcot OP [†1349]
    Sermones de sanctis not known to survive.
  • F24.10 (inc.): John Waleys OFM [†1285]
    Collationes super Matthaeum unpr.; Stegmüller Bibl. 4514.
  • F24.11: John Waleys OFM [†1285]
    Collationes super Leuiticum not known to survive.
  • F24.12 (`sermones festiuales fratris Thome Wuinchelse'): Thomas Winchelsea OFM [†1437]
    Sermones de sanctis not known to survive; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 694. Entered by Schneyer Rep. 3. 802, under the name of John Winchelsea OFM.
  • F24.13: Alexander Nequam OSA [1157–1217], canon of Cirencester
    Commentary on the Song of Songs unpr.; Hunt, Nequam, 137. The work is sometimes referred to as Laus beatissimae uirginis (C. J. McDonough in Mediaeval Studies 66 (2004) 99–128), which was treated as a separate lost work by Hunt, Nequam, 130.
  • F24.14: Robert Holcot OP [†1349]
    Commentary on Wisdom pr. [Cologne, not after 1476] (Goff H288), &c.; Kaeppeli 3497; Stegmüller Bibl. 7416.
  • F24.15: William of Nottingham OFM [† after 1330]
    Commentary on Vnum ex quatuor unpr.; Stegmüller Bibl. 3002; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 796. [See also John Wykeham (?), Quaestiones quas mouet Notyngham.]
  • F24.16: John Lathbury OFM [†1362]
    Commentary on Lamentations ¶pr. Oxford 1482 (STC 15297, Goff L75); Stegmüller Bibl. 4762.
  • F24.17 (`Uualeis super psalterium', inc.): Thomas Waleys OP [†1350]
    Expositio super duos nocturnos Psalterii (Pss. 1–38) pr. London 1481 (STC 19627), &c.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 686; Kaeppeli 3890; Stegmüller Bibl. 8245. [Early edition someties confused with Diego Perez de Valencia.]
  • F24.18: Adam Wodeham OFM [1295–1358]
    Commentary on the Song of Songs not known to survive.
  • F24.19: Henry Cossey OFM [†?1336]
    Commentary on the Psalms unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 165; Stegmüller Bibl. 3153.
  • F24.20: John Waleys OFM [†1285]
    Pastoralia not known to survive; Glorieux Rép. 322w; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 338.
  • F24.21 (`postillae Alexandri de Hales super Iob', inc.): Alexander of Hales OFM [c1185–1245]
    (?), Commentary on Job unpr.; Stegmüller Bibl. 1117. The authorship of this commentary is uncertain as between Alexander, Simon Hinton OP, William Alton OP, and William Milton OFM.
  • F24.23a–c: William of Ockham OFM [c1285–1347]
    Expositio aurea super Artem ueterem comprising three works, Expositionis in libros artis logicae prooemium et Expositio in librum Porphyrii de praedicabilibus, Expositio in librum Praedicamentorum Aristotelis, Expositio in librum Peri hermenias Aristotelis pr. Bologna 1496 (GW 11909); ed. E. A. Moody & others, Guilelmi de Ockham opera philosophica, 2. 3–131, 135–339, 345–504; Lohr, 204–205.
  • F24.23d: William of Ockham OFM [c1285–1347]
    Commentary on Aristotle's Sophistici elenchi ed. F. del Punta, Guillelmi de Ockham opera philosophica, 3. 1–337; Lohr, 205.
  • F24.†24 (`opinio Uuicliui de uniuersalibus'): John Wyclif [†1384]
    De uniuersalibus ed. I. J. Mueller (Oxford 1985); Thomson, Wyclyf, 20–24 (A7, Ie), part of his Summa intellectualium.
  • F24.25 (`Winchelsei super logicam stilo scholastico'): Robert Winchelsea [†1313], archbishop of Canterbury
    (?), Commentary on Aristotle's Logica not known to survive; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 578. The attribution of this work to Robert is Emden's (BRUO 2059); Bale, Catalogus, 1. 39, attributed it to John Winchelsea OFM (†1326; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 346); Leland, who is the only witness to the book, did not record the author's baptismal name but subsequently, in his Scriptores, 320, he attributed it to Thomas Winchelsea.
  • F24.26: 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.
    Rhetorica, Latin tr. ed. B. Schneider, AL 31/1–2 (1978), 5–154. Another translation by William of Moerbeke, ibid. 159–321.
  • F24.27: William Woodford OFM [† post 1400]
    Quaestiones LXXII de sacramento altaris unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 821–2.
  • F24.28: Roger Bacon OFM [†1294]
    DSB 1. 377–85.
    [pseud.] De retardatione accidentium senectutis ed. R. Steele, Opera hactenus inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford 1909–40), 9. 1–83; Thorndike/Kibre 893. With the Summa expositio: ed. Steele, 9. 84–9; Thorndike/Kibre 1361.
  • F24.29: Roger Bacon OFM [†1294]
    Antidotarius ed. Steele, 9. 103–119; Thorndike/Kibre 1062.
  • F24.30: Robert Cowton OFM [† after 1313]
    Lectura super Sententias largely unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 531–2; Stegmüller Sent. 732.
  • F24.31: Thomas Bradwardine [1290–1349], archbishop of Canterbury
    DNB; BRUO 244–6 and 3. xv–xvi; DSB 2. 390-97.
    De causa Dei contra Pelagium ed. H. Savile (London 1618); Sharpe, Latin Writers, 643.
  • F24.32 (`quolibeta †Ioannis Okam inceptoris'): William of Ockham OFM [c1285–1347]
    Quodlibeta ed. J. C. Wey, Guillelmi de Ockham opera theologica, 9. 1–782).
  • F24.33: William of Ockham OFM [c1285–1347]
    De sacramento altaris, comprising two works, De quantitate and De corpore Christi ed. C. A. Grassi, Guillelmi de Ockham opera theologica 10 (St Bonaventure, NY, 1986).
  • F24.34: William of Ockham OFM [c1285–1347]
    Scriptum in libros Sententiarum pr. Lyon 1495 (GW 11916), &c.; ed. G. Gál & others, Guillelmi de Ockham opera theologica, vols. 1–7 (St Bonaventure, NY, 1974–84); Stegmüller Sent. 294.
  • F24.35: William of Ware OFM [† after 1305]
    Quaestiones super libros Sententiarum unpr.; Stegmüller Sent. 307; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 815–16.
  • F24.36: John Pecham OFM [c1240–1292]
    Commentary on Book I of the Lombard's Sentences unpr.; Stegmüller Sent. 476; Glorieux Th. 316h. Extracts, ed. H. Spettmann, Johannis Pechami Quaestiones de anima, BGPM 19/5–6 (1918), 183–221.
  • F24.38 (`itinerarium eiusdem', inc.): John Pecham OFM [c1240–1292]
    Canticum pauperis pro dilecto pr. in Bibliotheca Franciscana scholastica medii aevi 4 (Quaracchi 1905, 19492), 133–205; Stegmüller Bibl. 4855,1; Glorieux Th. 316al.
  • F24.39 (`Suttoni quaestio de unitate formae'): Thomas Sutton OP [after 1250–c1315]
    Contra pluralitatem formarum ed. P. Mandonnet, S. Thomae Aquinatis Opuscula omnia (Paris 1927), 5. 308–346; Kaeppeli 3870.
  • F24.41 (`questiones Pecham de sacramento altaris'): John Pecham OFM [c1240–1292]
    Quaestiones de eucharistia unpr.; Glorieux Th. 316s; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 292.
  • F24.42 (`Holcoti lectura super sententias'): Robert Holcot OP [†1349]
    Opus quaestionum super Sententias pr. Lyon 1497 (Goff H287), Lyon 1518 / repr. Frankfurt 1957; Kaeppeli 3499; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 555.
  • F24.43: 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.
  • F24.44: Richard of Middleton OFM [1245–before 1308]
    Commentary on the Lombard's Sentences pr. Brescia 1591 / repr. Frankfurt 1963; Stegmüller Sent. 722.

43 identified entries found.

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