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UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE LIBRARIES OF CAMBRIDGE: Corpus Christi College

UC19. Thomas Markaunt's bequest, 1439

159 identified entries found.
  • UC19.1–2 (2 copies): Gregory the Great [c540–604, sedit 590–604]
    Moralia in Iob CPL 1708; ed. M. Adriaen, CCSL 143, 143A, 143B (1979–85).
  • UC19.3b: Richard of Saint-Victor OSA [†1173]
    R. Goy, Die handschriftliche Überlieferung der Werke Richards von St. Viktor im Mittelalter, Bibliotheca Victorina 18 (Turnhout 2006).
    Liber exceptionum PL 177. 191–284 (Part I only); ed. J. Châtillon, Textes philosophiques du moyen âge 5 (Paris 1958); Stegmüller Bibl. 7317. [Part II, Books I–IX, circulated as Allegoriae super V. T.: PL 175. 633–750; ed. Châtillon, 213–373. Books XI–XIV, Allegoriae super N. T.: PL 175. 751–924; ed. Châtillon, 439–517; Stegmüller Bibl. 3847–8 (Hugh), 6573 (Petrus Comestor), 7316 (Richard)]
  • UC19.4 (Jer): Hugh of Saint-Cher OP [†1263]
    Biblia cum postilla pr. [Basel 1498–1502], 7 vols. (GW 4285); pr. Venice 1703; Stegmüller Bibl. 3631–3769; Kaeppeli 1989. [P. Stirnemann, `Les manuscrits de la Postille', and B. Carra de Vaux, `La constitution du corpus exégétique', in Hugues de Saint-Cher (†1263), bibliste et théologien (Turnhout 2004), 31–42, 43–63.]
  • UC19.5: John Chrysostom [c347–407], patriarch of Constantinople
    [pseud.] Opus imperfectum in Matthaeum CPL 707; J. van Banning, CCSL 87B (1988); Stegmüller Bibl. 4350. [The tradition is largely English, and this work is much commoner in England than the authentic Homilies on Matthew.]
  • UC19.7: Stephen Langton [c1165–1228], archbishop of Canterbury
    Commentary on the Pentateuch as above.
  • UC19.8: Concordantia maior, the so-called `third concordance' compiled by the Dominicans of Saint-Jacques, Paris pr. Strassburg, [not after 1474] (GW 7418) (under the name Conradus de Alemannia), &c.; Stegmüller Bibl. 1999, 3605–6; R. H. Rouse & M. A. Rouse in AFP 44 (1974) 5–30; Kaeppeli 755 (as Conradus de Halberstadt OP). Rouse & Rouse show that the work circulated in Paris by 1286; the attribution to Conrad is made only in the printed editions. [For the so-called `second concordance' or `English concordance', see Richard Stainsby.]
  • UC19.9a: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    Retractationes CPL 250; ed. A. Mutzenbecher, CCSL 57 (1984).
  • UC19.9b: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    Contra Iulianum CPL 351; ed. M. Zelzer, CSEL 85 (1974). [There is some possibility of confusion here with Paulinus of Aquileia (ps. Augustine), Liber exhortationis, which was known as `Augustinus ad quendam comitem' and at Syon as `ad Iulianum comitem'. Also `Augustinus contra Iulianum hereticum' at Bury (B13.*42a) is Contra duas epistulas pelagianorum (CPL 346).]
  • UC19.9c: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    Contra Faustum manichaeum CPL 321.
  • UC19.9d: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    Contra aduersarium legis et prophetarum CPL 326; ed. K. D. Daur, CCSL 49 (1985) 35–131.
  • UC19.9e (attrib. Aug.): Vigilius Thapsensis [fl. 484], bishop of Thapsus
    Contra Felicianum arianum CPL 808. [See also Athanasius.]
  • UC19.9f: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    De cura pro mortuis gerenda CPL 307.
  • UC19.9g (`ammonicio Augustini'): Caesarius of Arles [c470–542], archbishop of Arles
    Sermo de resurrectione (serm. 206; ps. Augustine, serm. 252) ed. G. Morin, CCSL 104 (1954) 824–8; CPPM 1. 1037, 4336.
  • UC19.9h: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    De adulterinis coniugiis CPL 302.
  • UC19.9i: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    De nuptiis et concupiscentia CPL 350. The letter to Valerius (ep. 200) often precedes the work, and the second book is sometimes distinguished as Contra cartulam.
  • UC19.9j: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    [pseud.] De uera et falsa poenitentia PL 40. 1113–1130; Bloomfield 4419. [Perhaps by Gilbert the Minorite.]
  • UC19.9k: Quodvultdeus [†453], bishop of Carthage
    (ps. Augustine), Sermo aduersus quinque haereses (serm. 10) CPL 410; ed. R. Braun, CCSL 60 (1976) 261–301. [This and the other sermons of Quodvultdeus are always ascribed to Augustine in manuscripts.]
  • UC19.9l: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    [pseud.] Hypomnesticon contra pelagianos et caelestianos CPL 381; ed. J. E. Chisholm (Fribourg 1980); CPPM 2. 178. [Book VI is often found with the inscription `contra Pelagianos de predestinatione diuina'; Römer, 2/1. 102–4.]
  • UC19.9m (attrib. Augustine): Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    [pseud.] De XII abusiuis saeculi CPL 1106.
  • UC19.9n: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    De utilitate credendi CPL 316.
  • UC19.9o: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    De uera religione CPL 264; ed. W. M. Green, CSEL 77/2 (1961); ed. K. D. Daur, CCSL 32 (1962) 187–260.
  • UC19.9p (attrib. Augustine): Gennadius [late 5th cent.]
    Liber ecclesiasticorum dogmatum CPL 958.
  • UC19.10: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    De ciuitate Dei CPL 313; pr. [Subiaco 1467] (GW 2874), &c.; ed. B. Dombart & A. Kalb, CCSL 47–8 (1955).
  • UC19.11 (I): Giles of Rome OESA [c1243–1316], archbishop of Bourges
    DBI 42. 319–41; G. Bruni, `Catalogo critico delle opere di Egidio Romano', Bibliofilia 35 (1933) 7–69, 36 (1934) 78–110, and 37 (1935) 247–306.
    Commentary on Books I and II of the Lombard's Sentences Book I, pr. Venice 1492 (GW 7206), &c.; Book II, pr. Venice 1482 (GW 7207), &c.; Stegmüller Sent. 43; Glorieux Rép. 400k, bb. [The commentaries were completed at long intervals, and a third book ends incomplete at III d. 11, Glorieux Rép. 400bc. The edition by A. de Aguilar covers I–III (3rd edn, Córdoba 1699–1706). A fourth book was printed by Aguilar as the work of Giles of Rome (Córdoba 1708), but it is not recognized by the repertories.]
  • UC19.12a: Ambrose [c339–397], archbishop of Milan
    Hexaemeron CPL 123.
  • UC19.12b: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    Enchiridion CPL 295; ed. E. Evans, CCSL 46 (1969) 23–114.
  • UC19.13 (Is, Ez): Hugh of Saint-Cher OP [†1263]
    Biblia cum postilla pr. [Basel 1498–1502], 7 vols. (GW 4285); pr. Venice 1703; Stegmüller Bibl. 3631–3769; Kaeppeli 1989. [P. Stirnemann, `Les manuscrits de la Postille', and B. Carra de Vaux, `La constitution du corpus exégétique', in Hugues de Saint-Cher (†1263), bibliste et théologien (Turnhout 2004), 31–42, 43–63.]
  • UC19.14b: Giles of Rome OESA [c1243–1316], archbishop of Bourges
    De originali peccato pr. Oxford 1479 (STC 158), &c.; pr. Rome 1554 / repr. Frankfurt 1968; Glorieux Rép. 400h; Bloomfield 1886.
  • UC19.14c: Giles of Rome OESA [c1243–1316], archbishop of Bourges
    Theoremata de corpore Christi pr. Bologna 1481 (GW 7208), &c.; pr. Rome 1554 / repr. Frankfurt 1968; Glorieux Rép. 400i.
  • UC19.14d: Giles of Rome OESA [c1243–1316], archbishop of Bourges
    De regimine principum pr. Augsburg 1473 (GW 7217), &c.; pr. Rome 1556 / repr. Frankfurt 1968; Glorieux Rép. 400q; Bloomfield 2051.
  • UC19.*15: Gregory the Great [c540–604, sedit 590–604]
    Homiliae XL in euangelia CPL 1711; pr. [Augsburg] 1473 (GW 11418), &c.
  • UC19.16 (II): Bonaventure OFM [1221–1274]
    Commentary on the Lombard's Sentences SBonO vols. 1–4; Distelbrink 2; Glorieux Rép. 305b; Stegmüller Sent. 111.
  • UC19.17a: Peter Lombard [c1100–1160]
    Sententiarum libri IV pr. [Strassburg, before 1471] (Goff P479), &c.; PL 192. 521–962; ed. I. Brady, Spicilegium Bonauenturianum 4–5 (Grottaferrata 1971–81).
  • UC19.17d: Boethius, Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus [c480–524]
    L. Minio-Paluello in DSB 2. 228–36; bibliography in J. Gruber, `Boethius 1925–1998', Lustrum 39 (1997) 307–383 and 40 (1998) 199–259.
    Quomodo substantiae in eo quod sint bonae sint CPL 892, one of the five opuscula sacra.
  • UC19.17e (`de duabus naturis et una natura Christi'): Boethius, Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus [c480–524]
    Liber contra Eutychen et Nestorium CPL 894, one of the five opuscula sacra.
  • UC19.17f (`quattuor libri I. D. de incomprehensibilitate Christi et aliis'): John of Damascus [c675–749]
    De fide orthodoxa, tr. Burgundio of Pisa ed. E. M. Buytaert (St Bonaventure, NY, 1955). [On the three translations see I. Backus in JWCI 49 (1986) 211–17.]
  • UC19.17h (`de centum haeresibus'): John of Damascus [c675–749]
    De haeresibus CPG 8044.
  • UC19.18 (`T. de ueritatibus'): Hugo Ripelinus OP [† c1300]
    Compendium ueritatis theologicae ed. A. Borgnet, Alberti Magni opera omnia (Paris 1890–99), 34. 1–270; Stegmüller Sent. 368; Kaeppeli 1982.
  • UC19.19a (w. R. Bacon): Secretum secretorum (ps. Aristotle), Latin tr. from Arabic by Philippus Tripolitanus ed. R. Steele, Opera hactenus inedita Rogeri Baconi (Oxford 1909–40), 5. 1–175; S. J. Williams, The Secret of Secrets. The scholarly career of a pseudo-Aristotelian text in the Latin middle ages (Ann Arbor, MI, 2003), 360–63 (translator's prologue), 388–413 (list of manuscripts); PAL 54–75 (no. 81B). [See also John of Seville, for an excerpt translated in the 12th cent., and Aristotle ps., Epistola Aristotelis ad Alexandrum for other possible copies.]
  • UC19.19b: Roger Bacon OFM [†1294]
    DSB 1. 377–85.
    Tractatus ad declarandum quaedam obscure dicta in libro Secreti secretorum ed. Steele, 5. 1–24; Lohr, 121–2.
  • UC19.19d (`rethorica Aristotelis ad A.'): 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.] Rhetorica ad Alexandrum, tr. Francesco Filelfo pr. Milan 1483–4 (Goff P607), &c.
  • UC19.20: Iacobus de Voragine (Iacopo da Varazze) OP [†1298]
    Legenda aurea ed. T. Graesse (Breslau 18903/ repr. Osnabrück 1965); ed. G. P. Maggioni, Millennio medievale 6 (Florence 1998, 21999); Kaeppeli 2154. [B. Fleith, Studien zur Überlieferungsgeschichte der lateinischen Legenda aurea, Subsidia hagiographica 72 (1991), records more than one thousand copies in manuscript; ISTC records some 150 printed editions before 1501.]
  • UC19.*21: Alan of Tewkesbury OSB [†1202], prior of Christ Church, Canterbury, later abbot of Tewkesbury
    Revision of John of Salisbury's Vita S. Thomae Becket ed. J. C. Robertson, Materials for the History of Thomas Becket, RS 67 (1875–85), 2. 299–301, 323–52; BHL 8179–81; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 34. [Found with his collection of Becket's letters.]
  • UC19.*21b: Bonaventure OFM [1221–1274]
    [pseud.] De officio missae unpr.; Distelbrink 56.
  • UC19.*21c (`regula fratrum minorum'): Regula S. Francisci (`Regula bullata') ed. K. Esser, Opuscula Sancti Patris Francisci Assisiensis, Bibliotheca Franciscana ascetica medii aevi 12 (Grottaferrata 1978), 224–38.
  • UC19.*21d (`de uita prothoplausti'): De arbore crucis, variously known as Apocalypsis Moysis, De poenitentia Adae, De oleo misericordiae, Historia Adae et Euae ed. W. Meyer, Abh. Bayer. Akademie, phil.-hist. Kl. 14/3 (1878), 221–50 (two recensions); ed. B. Hill, Medium Ævum 34 (1965) 203–222; Stegmüller Bibl. 74,2–11; Bloomfield 3966.
  • UC19.*21e (`epistola M. de inicio et progressu mundi et die iudicii'): Methodius [], bishop of Olympus
    [pseud.] De initio et fine saeculi the form found in most English copies is unpr.; the oldest Latin version, ed. W. J. Aerts & G. A. A. Kortekaas, Die Apokalypse des Pseudo-Methodius (Louvain 1998); other versions, pr. in Maxima bibliotheca ueterum patrum (Lyon 1677), 3. 727–35, and ed. E. Sackur, Sibyllinische Texte und Forschungen (Halle 1898), 61–96.
  • UC19.*21f (`de speculo mundi', anon.): Honorius Augustodunensis [c1080–1137]
    Imago mundi → Gossuin de Metz.] PL 172. 119–188; ed. V. I. J. Flint, AHDLMA 49 (1982) 7–153. [For the French poem of this name,
  • UC19.*21g: H. of Sawtry OCist [12th cent.]
    Tractatus de purgatorio S. Patricii ed. K. Warnke, Das Buch vom Espurgatoire S. Patrice der Marie de France und seine Quellen, Bibliotheca Normannica 9 (Halle/Saale, 1938), 2–166 [first col.]; BHL 6510–12a.
  • UC19.*21h (`uita sancti Brendani'): Nauigatio S. Brendani ed. C. Selmer (Notre Dame, IN, 1959); BHL 1437.
  • UC19.*21i: `Sir John Mandeville'
    Voyage d'outre mer, Latin tr. pr. Zwolle 1483 &c.; ed. R. Hakluyt (London 1589).
  • UC19.*21j: Iohannes presbyter (`Prester John')
    Epistola Manueli Comneno imperatori Graecorum ed. F. Zarncke, Abh. der k. Sächsischen Gesellschaft d. Wissenschaften philol.-hist. Kl. 7 (1879) 909–924; B. Wagner, Die Epistola presbyteri Iohannis lateinsch und deutsch: Überlieferung, Textgeschichte, Rezeption und Übertragungen im Mittelalter (Tübingen 2000).
  • UC19.*21l: Francesco Petrarca [1304–1374]
    Historia Griseldis, based on a story in Boccaccio's Decamerone pr. Cologne c. 1469 (Goff P400), &c.; ed. U. Hess, Heinrich Steinhowels Griseldis (Munich 1975), 173–238; ed. L. C. Rossi (Palermo 1991).
  • UC19.*21m: John of Hildesheim OCarm [†1375]
    Historia trium regum pr. as Liber de gestis et translatione trium regum, [Cologne] 1477 (Goff J336), &c.; M. Behland, Die Dreikönigslegende des Iohannes von Hildesheim (Munich 1968).
  • UC19.*21n: Vita Secundi philosophi, tr. Willelmus medicus ed. A. Hilka, Leben und Sentenzen des Philosophus Secundus (Breslau 1910), 8–23; ed. W. Suchier, Illinois Studies in Language and Literature 24/2 (1939), 152–9, repr. B. E. Perry, Secundus the Silent Philosopher (Ithaca, NY, 1964), 92–100; CTC 2. 1–3; Thorndike/Kibre 1423. [Suchier, 162–6, lists more than a hundred copies.]
  • UC19.*21o: John Grandisson [†1369], bishop of Exeter
    Vita S. Thomae Cantuariensis unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 260; BHL 8215b.
  • UC19.22: Gregory the Great [c540–604, sedit 590–604]
    Homiliae in Ezechielem CPL 1710; ed. M. Adriaen, CCSL 142 (1971).
  • UC19.23: Nicholas de Gorran OP [† c1295]
    Distinctiones theologicae unpr.; Kaeppeli 3090; Bloomfield 0062.
  • UC19.24a: Iacobus de Voragine (Iacopo da Varazze) OP [†1298]
    Tabula super Sacram Scripturam, also titled Distinctiones unpr.; Stegmüller Bibl. 3998,1; Bloomfield 0122.
  • UC19.†24b (`tractatus de passione Christi'): Bonaventure OFM [1221–1274]
    [pseud.] Meditationes de passione Christi ed. M. Stallings (Washington, DC, 1965); Distelbrink 164. [The text is a part of the Meditationes uitae Christi attributed to Iohannes de Caulibus, but the text as edited represents a 16th-cent. recension. The edition appeared under the name Sr M. Jordan Stallings; her 1997 edition of the work of Iohannes appeared under the name C. Mary Stallings-Taney and represents a very different perspective on the text.]
  • UC19.25 (`tabula Deueroys super ethica'): John Deverose [† after 1400]
    Tabula to Aristotle's Ethica not known to survive.
  • UC19.26 (w. Hugh of St Victor, Eriugena, Sarrazin, &c.): 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.]
  • UC19.26a (w. Hugh of St Victor, Eriugena, Sarrazin, &c.): Ps. Dionysius the Areopagite
    De caelesti hierarchia, Latin tr. CPG 6600; ed. P. Chevallier, Dionysiaca (Bruges 1937–50), 727–1066.
  • UC19.26b (w. Hugh of St Victor, Eriugena, Sarrazin, &c.): Ps. Dionysius the Areopagite
    De diuinis nominibus, Latin tr. CPG 6602; ed. P. Chevallier, Dionysiaca (Bruges 1937–50), 5–561.
  • UC19.26c (w. Hugh of St Victor, Eriugena, Sarrazin, &c.): Ps. Dionysius the Areopagite
    De mystica theologia, Latin tr. CPG 6603; ed. P. Chevallier, Dionysiaca (Bruges 1937–50), 565–602.
  • UC19.26d (`de decem eius diuersis epistolis'): Ps. Dionysius the Areopagite
    Epistulae, Latin tr. The group circulating with the ps. Dionysian corpus, comprising ten letters addressed to Gaius (epp. 1–4) and others CPG 6604–6613; ed. P. Chevallier, Dionysiaca (Bruges 1937–50), 605–669, 1479–1578.
  • UC19.26e: Hugh of Saint-Victor OSA [c1096–1141]
    Commentary on ps. Dionysius's Hierarchia caelestis PL 175. 923–1154; ed. D. Poirel (in preparation); Goy, 181–96.
  • UC19.26f: Iohannes Scottus Eriugena [c815–877]
    Commentary on ps. Dionysius, De caelesti hierarchia and De mystica theologia PL 122. 125–284; ed. J. Barbet, CCCM 31 (1975).
  • UC19.26g: Iohannes Sarracenus (John Sarrazin) [fl. 1170]
    Commentary on ps. Dionysius
  • UC19.26i (exc.): Maximus the Confessor [c580–662]
    Scholia on ps. Dionysius, Latin tr. CPG 7708; PG 4. 15–452, 527–76. The edition does not clearly differentiate the core of scholia by John of Scythopolis from the later additions of Maximus the Confessor.
  • UC19.26j: John of Scythopolis [mid 6th cent.]
    Scholia in corpus Areoagiticum CPG 6582; PG 4. 15–452, 527–76. The edition does not clearly differentiate the core of John's scholia from the later additions of Maximus the Confessor; P. Rorem & L. C. Lamoreaux, John of Scythopolis and the Dionysian Corpus (Oxford 1998).
  • UC19.†26h (`cum glosis A. B. de greco in latinum translatis'): Anastasius Bibliothecarius [† after 873]
    Epistolae ad Carolum Caluum imperatorem de Areopagiticis et de Iohanne Scoto interprete PL 122. 1026–30; PL 129. 737–9, 739–41.
  • UC19.27 (`extractus doctoris de Lira super multos libros biblia cum duobus Gregoriis'): Nicholas of Lyre OFM [†1349]
    H. Labrosse, `Oeuvres de Nicolas de Lyre', Études franciscaines 19 (1908) 153–75, 368–79, and 35 (1923) 171–87, 400–432; G. Dahan (ed.), Nicolas de Lyre, franciscain du XIVe siècle, exégète et théologien (Turnhout 2011).
    Postilla litteralis in uetus et nouum testamentum pr. Rome 1471–2 (Goff N131), &c.; Stegmüller Bibl. 5829–5923.
  • UC19.29 (`reductorium morale super libros biblie'): Pierre Bersuire [c1290–1362]
    C. Samaran in HLF 39 (1962) 259–450.
    Reductorium morale super totam Bibliam, the sixteenth book of his Reductorium morale, which circulated widely on its own pr. as Liber Bibliae moralis, Ulm 1474 (GW 3862), &c.; Stegmüller Bibl. 6426.
  • UC19.*30 (`Brito in summa de uerbis biblie'): William Brito [late 13th cent.]
    Expositiones uocabulorum Bibliae ed. L. W. & B. A. Daly (Padua 1975); Stegmüller Bibl. 2820.
  • UC19.32 (`cum sermonibus Bonaventure'): Bonaventure OFM [1221–1274]
    Sermones (unspec.)
  • UC19.33 (IIa IIe): Thomas Aquinas OP [c1225–1274]
    Kaeppeli's repertory of Dominican writers excluded Thomas Aquinas, for whom there is no manuscript-based listing. Since the list by Glorieux, 1. 85–104, the tally of works has been reduced. For an up-to-date list, see G. Emery in J. P. Torrell, Thomas Aquinas 1 The Person and His work (Washington, DC, 1996), 330–61, following on from lists by I. T. Eschmann in E. Gilson, The Christian Philosophy of St Thomas Aquinas (New York, NY, 1956), 381–437, and J. A. Weisheipl, Friar Thomas d'Aquino (New York, NY, 1974), 355–405. There is an up-to-date list of current editions by E. Alarcón, Optimae editiones operum Thomae de Aquino, http://corpusthomisticum.org/reoptiedi.html.
    Summa theologica STO vols. 4–12; Glorieux Rép. 14ax.
  • UC19.34: John of Genoa OP [† after 1286]
    Catholicon pr. [Mainz ?1460] (GW 3182), Augsburg 1469 (GW 3183), &c.; Kaeppeli 2199. [Usually anonymous in lists.]
  • UC19.35: Hugutio of Pisa [12th cent.]
    W. P. Müller, Huguccio. The Life, Works, and Thought of a Twelfth-Century Jurist (Washington, DC, 1994), 35–66, dates the Liber deriuationum to `the decade around 1161' (p. 47), making it likely that the author is not to be identified with the jurist of the same name.
    Liber deriuationum ed. E. Cecchini & others (Florence 2004). [There is a facsimile of Biblioteca Laurenziana, MS Plut. XXVII sin. 5 (AD 1236), ed. G. Nencioni (Florence 2000). List of manuscripts by A. Marigo, I codici manoscritti delle Deriuationes di Uguccione Pisano (Rome 1936).]
  • UC19.36a: Iohannes de Burgo [† after 1398]
    Pupilla oculi pr. London 1510 (STC 4115), &c.; Bloomfield 2441; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 222.
  • UC19.36b: Gregory the Great [c540–604, sedit 590–604]
    De cura pastorali CPL 1712.
  • UC19.37a: Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    Logica noua comprised four works of Aristotlea. De sophisticis elenchis, tr. Boethius: ed. B. G. Dod, AL 6/1–3 (1975), 5–60. b. Topica, tr. Boethius: ed. L. Minio-Paluello, AL 5/1–3 (1969), 5–179. c. Analytica priora, tr. Boethius: ed. L. Minio-Paluello, AL 3/1–4 (1962), 5–139, 143–91 (two recensions). d. Analytica posteriora, tr. James of Venice: ed. L. Minio-Paluello & B. G. Dod, AL 4/1–4 (1968), 5–107.
  • UC19.37b: Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    Logica uetus compriseda. the Isagoge of Porphyrius, tr. Boethius: ed. L. Minio-Paluello, AL 1/6–7 (1966), 5–31. b. Aristotle's Categoriae (usually called Praedicamenta), tr. Boethius: ed. L. Minio-Paluello, AL 1/1–5 (1961), 5–41. c. his De interpretatione (usually called Peri ermenias), tr. Boethius: ed. L. Minio-Paluello, AL 2/1–2 (1965), 5–38. d. Liber sex principiorum (attrib. to Aristotle, perh. by Gilbert de la Porrée): ed. L. Minio-Paluello, AL 1/6–7 (1966), 35–58. e. Boethius, Liber diuisionum: CPL 887. f. Boethius, De differentiis topicis: CPL 889. [Some copies, e.g. FA8.307, contained other texts in addition.]
  • UC19.38: 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.]
  • UC19.†39a (anon.): Albertus Magnus OP [1193–1280]
    DSB 1. 100–103.
    Summa theologiae siue De mirabili scientia Dei pr. Basel 1507; ed. A. Borgnet, Alberti Magni opera omnia (Paris 1890–99), vols. 31–3; Fauser 64; Glorieux Rép. 6bz.
  • UC19.†39b (anon.): Albertus Magnus OP [1193–1280]
    Quaestiones de animalibus AMO 12. 77–309; Fauser 32; Glorieux Rép. 6be; Lohr, 344.
  • UC19.†39c (anon.): Albertus Magnus OP [1193–1280]
    Commentary on Aristotle's De anima ed. A. Borgnet, Alberti Magni opera omnia (Paris 1890–99), 5. 117–420; Fauser 18; Glorieux Rép. 6ar; Lohr, 342.
  • UC19.†40 (`Parisiensis de uiciis et uirtutibus', 2nd fo not found): Willelmus Peraldus OP [†1261]
    Summa de uitiis et uirtutibus pr. [Basel, not after 1474] (Goff P89), &c.; Kaeppeli 1622; Bloomfield 1628, 5601. [See also William of Auvergne, also called Parisiensis, from whose work of the same title this is often indistinguishable.]
  • UC19.41a: Robert Kilwardby OP [†1279]
    Commentary on Aristotle's Analytica priora pr. Venice 1499 (GW 7190) (as Giles of Rome); Lohr, 111–12.
  • UC19.41b: Thomas Aquinas OP [c1225–1274]
    Commentary on Aristotle's Analytica posteriora STO 1*/2. 3–247; Glorieux Rép. 14ba.
  • UC19.42 (`libellus de preparacione cordis', anon.): Gerardus Leodiensis [early 13th cent.]
    (attrib.), De doctrina cordis pr. Paris 1506 &c.; pr. Naples 1607 (as Gerardus Leodiensis OP); ed. G. Hendrix, Hugo de Sancto Caro. Traktaat De doctrina cordis (Leuven 1995); Thomson, Grosseteste, 248–9. [Attributed in the 13th cent. to `Gerardus OP lector domus Leodiensis'. Wilmart identified the author as Gerardus de Leodio OCist (early 13th cent.). Not in Kaeppeli, who does not recognize Girard of Liège as a Dominican (Kaeppeli, 2. 99); the attribution to Hugh of Saint-Cher OP was put forward by G. Hendrix in 1980 but especially in his book, Hugh de Sancto Caro. Traktaat De doctrina cordis (Louvain 1995). The latest study by N. F. Palmer, `The authorship of De doctrina cordis, in A Companion to The Doctrine of the Hert, ed. D. Renevey & C. Whitehead (Exeter, 2010), 19–56, tests the evidence and supports Wilmart's argument.]
  • UC19.43a: Robert Allington [† after 1395]
    Literalis sententia super Praedicamenta part ed. A. D. Conti in Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 4 (1993) 179–306 (text, 241–306); Sharpe, Latin Writers, 522.
  • UC19.43h (`uniuersalia secundum Burleygh'): Walter Burley [1275–after 1344]
    DNB; BRUO 270–71; DSB 2. 608–612.
    Quaestiones de uniuersalibus pr. Venice 1493 (GW 5770), &c.; ed. H.-U. Wöhler, Abh. der sächsischen Akademie 75/5 (Leipzig 1998, 19992) (text, 10–66); Sharpe, Latin Writers, 712–13.
  • UC19.44 (inc.): John Wyclif [†1384]
    Logicae continuatio ed. M. H. Dziewicki, Tractatus de logica 1. Wyclif Soc. (1893), 75–234; Thomson, Wyclyf, 5–6 (A2).
  • UC19.45: David of Augsburg OFM [c1200–1272]
    Formula nouiciorum is used as a title for more than one part of De exterioris et interioris hominis compositione pr. Quaracchi 1899; Bloomfield 4155 (Book I), 5676 (Book I part 2), 2655 (Book II).
  • UC19.46 (`liber de amore cum aliis tractatibus R. heremite'): Richard Rolle [†1349]
    Liber de amore Dei contra amatores mundi ed. P. F. Theiner (Berkeley, CA, 1968); Allen, Rolle, 203–209.
  • UC19.47 (`tabula Martini super decreta et decretalia'): Martin of Troppau OP [†1278]
    Margarita Decreti pr. [Cologne] 1481 (CIBN M177), &c.; Kaeppeli 2973.
  • UC19.†48 (`casuarium decretorum', anon.): Bartholomew of Brescia [†1258]
    Casus Decretorum, a reworking of Benencasa pr. Basel 1489 (GW 3426), Paris 1505, &c.; Schulte, 2. 84–5.
  • UC19.49: Gratian [† by c1160]
    Decretum PL 187; ed. E. Friedberg, Corpus iuris canonici, vol. 1 (1879). [The ordinary gloss on the Decretum is that of Iohannes Teutonicus, revised in the mid 13th cent. by Bartholomew of Brescia: pr. Venice 1605; Kuttner, 103–115.] [`Paleae' are canons added to Gratian's original recension in the second, vulgate version.]
  • UC19.50b: Geoffrey de Aspall [†1287]
    Quaestiones on Aristotle's De caelo et mundo unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 120.
  • UC19.50c: Geoffrey de Aspall [†1287]
    Quaestiones on Aristotle's De generatione et corruptione unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 120; Lohr, 152.
  • UC19.50d: Geoffrey de Aspall [†1287]
    Quaestiones on Aristotle's Meteora not known to survive, but cited among the questions in Bodl. MS Bodley 167 (Macrae, 111).
  • UC19.50e: Geoffrey de Aspall [†1287]
    Quaestiones on Aristotle's De anima ed. V. Cizmic, diss. (Munich 2006); Sharpe, Latin Writers, 120.
  • UC19.50f: Geoffrey de Aspall [†1287]
    Quaestiones on Nicholas of Damascus (ps. Aristotle), De uegetabilibus et plantis not known to survive.
  • UC19.50g: Geoffrey de Aspall [†1287]
    Quaestiones on Aristotle's De sensu et sensato unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 121.
  • UC19.50h: Geoffrey de Aspall [†1287]
    (?), Quaestiones on Aristotle's De memoria et reminiscentia unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 120.
  • UC19.50i: Geoffrey de Aspall [†1287]
    Quaestiones on Aristotle's De somno et uigilia unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 121.
  • UC19.50j: Geoffrey de Aspall [†1287]
    Quaestiones on Aristotle's De longitudine et breuitate uitae not known to survive.
  • UC19.50k (`ii libri methaphisice'): Geoffrey de Aspall [†1287]
    (attrib.), Quaestiones on Aristotle's Metaphysica unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 121; Lohr, 151.
  • UC19.†50a (`expositio Aspal' super libros phisicorum'): Geoffrey de Aspall [†1287]
    Quaestiones on Aristotle's Physica unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 121; Lohr, 151.
  • UC19.52 (`Belial'): Iacobus de Theramo (Giacomo Palladini) [c1350–1417]
    VL 4. 441–7.
    Consolatio peccatorum (1382), also known as Belial pr. Augsburg 1472 (Goff J64), &c.; Bloomfield 3997.
  • UC19.56–7 (`textus naturalis philosophie', 2 copies): Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    Libri naturales, a collection comprising Aristotle's Physica, De generatione et corruptione, De caelo, Meteora I–III, De plantis, and the pseudo-Aristotelian Liber de causis and De differentia spiritus et animae; in the late 13th cent. new translations from Greek were substituted for those from Arabic AL Codd. 1. 49–51 for analysis.
  • UC19.58 (`T. de ueritatibus theologie'): Hugo Ripelinus OP [† c1300]
    Compendium ueritatis theologicae ed. A. Borgnet, Alberti Magni opera omnia (Paris 1890–99), 34. 1–270; Stegmüller Sent. 368; Kaeppeli 1982.
  • UC19.60: Justinian [†565]
    Codex pr. Mainz 1475 (GW 7722), &c.; ed. P. Krüger, Corpus iuris ciuilis 2 (Berlin 1877). [The ordinary gloss is that of Accursius: standard text is that in Corpus iuris ciuilis (Lyon 1584).]
  • UC19.61a (`textus ethicorum'): Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    Ethica, tr. Robert Grosseteste pr. Louvain 1476 (GW 2360), &c.; ed. R. A. Gauthier, AL 26/1–3 (1972–4), 141–370, 375–588 (two recensions, the second a revision by Moerbeke)). Ethica noua (where specified) was an anonymous translation from the Greek of Book I, circulating with Ethica uetus, a translation of Books II–III (AL 26/2), both now attributed to Burgundio of Pisa.
  • UC19.61b: Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    Magna moralia, tr. ? Bartholomew of Messina unpr.; AL Codd. 71–2, 159–60.
  • UC19.62 (itemized): Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    Libri morales, a collection comprising Aristotle's Ethica, Politica, and the Aristotelian compilation De bona fortuna; often including the ps. Aristotelian Oeconomica and other texts.
  • UC19.62b (`questiones B. mote et solute super 10 libros ethicorum'): Walter Burley [1275–after 1344]
    Commentary on Aristotle's Ethica pr. Venice 1481 (GW 5778), &c.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 718–19.
  • UC19.62c (`capitula Eustracii super libros ethicorum'): Eustratius [fl. 1082–1114]
    (& others), Commentary on Aristotle's Ethica, tr. R. Grosseteste ed. H. F. P. Mercken, Corpus latinum commentariorum in Aristotelem graecorum 6/1–3 (Louvain 1973–91); Thomson, Grosseteste, 68–70.
  • UC19.62d (`conclusiones B. super libros ethicorum'): Walter Burley [1275–after 1344]
    Conclusiones seu tituli eorum quae tractantur in libris X Ethicorum unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 719.
  • UC19.62e (`textus ethicorum cum exposicione sancti Thome'): Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    Ethica, tr. Robert Grosseteste pr. Louvain 1476 (GW 2360), &c.; ed. R. A. Gauthier, AL 26/1–3 (1972–4), 141–370, 375–588 (two recensions, the second a revision by Moerbeke)). Ethica noua (where specified) was an anonymous translation from the Greek of Book I, circulating with Ethica uetus, a translation of Books II–III (AL 26/2), both now attributed to Burgundio of Pisa.
  • UC19.62f: Thomas Aquinas OP [c1225–1274]
    Commentary on Aristotle's Ethica STO 47. 1–607; Glorieux Rép. 14at.
  • UC19.62g (`. . cum exposicione B. de Brugis'): Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    [pseud.] Oeconomica, Latin tr. pr. Cologne c. 1491 (GW 2431), &c.; to appear, AL vol. 30/1–2. [There was a 13th-cent translation revised by William de Moerbeke but the text usually found is a late-13th-cent. version by Durand of Auvergne.]
  • UC19.62h: Bartholomaeus de Brugis [† c1356]
    DHGE 6. 985–8; HLF 37 (1938) 238–50.
    Commentary on ps. Aristotelian Oeconomica unpr.; Lohr, 376.
  • UC19.62k (`. . cum exposicione P. de Aluernia in margine'): Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    Politica, tr. William of Moerbeke pr. Cologne 1492 (GW 2444), &c. [The Translatio uetus, where specified, comprised only Books I–II, ed. P. Michaud-Quantin, AL 29/1 (1961), but this had limited circulation.]
  • UC19.62l: Peter of Auvergne [†1304]
    List of works by G. Galle in BPM 42 (2000) 53–79.
    Commentary on Aristotle's Politica III 7–VIII, a continuation of the commentary by Thomas Aquinas pr. with Bruni's translation of the text, Rome 1492 (Goff A1024), &c.; ed. with Thomas's commentary by R. M. Spiazzi (Turin 1951), 141–238; Glorieux Arts 338s1; Lohr, 342.
  • UC19.62m (`rethorica A. uallata cum exposicione fr. E. de Roma'): Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    Rhetorica, Latin tr. ed. B. Schneider, AL 31/1–2 (1978), 5–154. Another translation by William of Moerbeke, ibid. 159–321.
  • UC19.62n: Giles of Rome OESA [c1243–1316], archbishop of Bourges
    Commentary on Aristotle's Rhetorica pr. Venice 1515/16 / repr. Frankfurt 1968; Lohr, 334–5; Glorieux Rép. 400e.
  • UC19.62o: Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    De bona fortuna, a 13th-cent. Latin confection from Aristotle's Magna moralia and Ethica eudemia pr. as De bona fortuna in Aristotelis opera, Venice 1482 (GW 2336), &c.; to appear, AL 28.
  • UC19.62p: Giles of Rome OESA [c1243–1316], archbishop of Bourges
    Commentary on the Aristotelian De bona fortuna pr. Venice 1496 (GW 7203), &c.; Glorieux Rép. 400u.
  • UC19.62q: Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    [app.] De uita Aristotelis pr. in early editions of Aristotle's works, Venice 1496 (GW 2341), &c.; ed. I. Düring, Aristotle in the Ancient Biographical Tradition, Studia Graeca et Latina Gothoburgensia 5 (1957), 151–8; Thorndike/Kibre 138.
  • UC19.62r (`liber de morte Aristotelis cum prologo'): Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    [pseud.] De pomo, tr. Manfred of Sicily ed. M. Plezia (Warsaw 1960); E. Acampora-Michel, Liber de pomo. Buch vom Apfel (Frankfurt 2001); PAL 51–2 (no. 75); Thorndike/Kibre 286, 302.
  • UC19.62s (w. R. Bacon): Secretum secretorum (ps. Aristotle), Latin tr. from Arabic by Philippus Tripolitanus ed. R. Steele, Opera hactenus inedita Rogeri Baconi (Oxford 1909–40), 5. 1–175; S. J. Williams, The Secret of Secrets. The scholarly career of a pseudo-Aristotelian text in the Latin middle ages (Ann Arbor, MI, 2003), 360–63 (translator's prologue), 388–413 (list of manuscripts); PAL 54–75 (no. 81B). [See also John of Seville, for an excerpt translated in the 12th cent., and Aristotle ps., Epistola Aristotelis ad Alexandrum for other possible copies.]
  • UC19.62t: Roger Bacon OFM [†1294]
    Tractatus ad declarandum quaedam obscure dicta in libro Secreti secretorum ed. Steele, 5. 1–24; Lohr, 121–2.
  • UC19.63: Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    De sophisticis elenchis, tr. Boethius ed. B. G. Dod, AL 6/1–3 (1975), 5–60. [See also Aristotle, Logica noua.]
  • UC19.64: M. Tullius Cicero [106–43 BC]
    De inuentione ed. E. Stroebel, Teubner (1915).
  • UC19.65a: Bestiarium on the genre and English manuscripts see F. Unterkircher, Bestiarium: Die Texte der HS Ashmole 1511 (Graz 1986); W. B. Clark & M. T. McMunn, Beasts and Birds of the Middle Ages (Philadelphia, PA, 1989).
  • UC19.66a (`formula dictandi Tria sunt'): Geoffrey de Vinsauf [† after 1200]
    Tria sunt ed. E. Faral, Les Arts poétiques du XIIe et du XIIIe siècle (Paris 1924), 265–320. English copies, such as Oxford, Balliol College, MS 263, often contain a version of the text longer than that printed.
  • UC19.66b (`sompniale delucidarium pharonis'): John of Limoges [fl. 1270]
    Somnium delucidarium pharaonis ed. K. Horváth, Iohannis Lemovicensis opera omnia (Veszprém 1932), 1. 69–126; Stegmüller Bibl. 4766; Bloomfield 5202; Glorieux Rép. 361d.
  • UC19.66c: Alanus ab Insula (Alain de Lille) [c. 1128–1203]
    R. de Lage, Alain de Lille, poète du XIIe siècle (Paris 1951), 169–86.
    De planctu naturae PL 210. 431–82; ed. N. M. Häring, Studi medievali 3rd ser. 19 (1978) 797–879.
  • UC19.66d: L. Annaeus Seneca [4 BC–AD 65]
    Tragoediae ed. O. Zwierlein, OCT (1986).
  • UC19.66e (`rethorica dictandi magistri Thome de Nouo Merc'): Thomas of Newmarket [† after 1384]
    Tractatus de rhetorica not known to survive. Bale, Index, 447, provides the incipit from a copy in Cambridge.
  • UC19.66f (`papa stupor mundi'): Geoffrey de Vinsauf [† after 1200]
    Poetria noua ed. E. Faral, Les Arts poétiques du XIIe et XIIIe siècle (Paris 1924), 197–262.
  • UC19.69a (w. Thomas of Newmarket's comm.): Alexander de Villa Dei [c1170–c1240]
    Algorismus ed. J. O. Halliwell, Rara mathematica (London 1839), 73–83; WIC 7470; Thorndike/Kibre 597.
  • UC19.69b: Thomas of Newmarket [† after 1384]
    Commentary on Alexander de Villa Dei, Algorismus unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 672.
  • UC19.69c: Algorismus in minutiis, inc. `Quoniam cuiuslibet quantitatis notita' unpr.; Thorndike/Kibre 1268.
  • UC19.69d: Alexander de Villa Dei [c1170–c1240]
    Massa compoti ed. R. Steele, Opera hactenus inedita Rogeri Baconi (Oxford 1909–40), 6. 268–89; Thorndike/Kibre 167 (text), 826–7 (prologue); WIC 1835 (text), 10310 (prologue).
  • UC19.69e: Iohannes de Sacro Bosco [early 13th cent.]
    Tractatus de sphaera ed. L. Thorndike (Chicago, IL, 1949); Thorndike/Kibre 1577, 1524. [In almost all cases anonymous.]
  • UC19.69f: Theorica planetarum pr. Ferrara 1472 (GW 10684), Venice 1478 (GW 10685), &c.; ed. F. J. Carmody, Theorica planetarum Gerardi (Berkeley, CA, 1942); Carmody, 167–8; Thorndike/Kibre 223. [O. Pedersen, `The Theorica planetarum literature of the middle ages', Classica & Medievalia 23 (1962) 225–32.]
  • UC19.69g (abbrev.): Boethius, Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus [c480–524]
    De institutione musica CPL 880.
  • UC19.†69i (`musica Boecii abbreuiata per Iohannem de Muris'): Iohannes de Muris [† after 1345]
    DSB 7. 128–33.
    Musica speculatiua secundum Boetium ed. M. Gerbert, Scriptores ecclesiastici de musica (St. Blasien 1784), 3. 256–83; ed. C. Falkenroth (Stuttgart 1992); ed. S. Fast (Ottawa 1994); Thorndike/Kibre 1287.
  • UC19.72c: Boethius, Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus [c480–524]
    [pseud.] De disciplina scholarium ed. O. Weijers (Leiden 1976).
  • UC19.†72a (anon.): Stephen Langton [c1165–1228], archbishop of Canterbury
    Psalterium beatae Mariae uirginis ed. G. M. Dreves, AH 35 (1900) 153–71; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 631.
  • UC19.678a (`sequenciarum glosatum'): Hymnarium glosatum, used as an instruction-book for novices and often found with school-books pr. Paris 1485 (Goff E154), &c.; pr. London [c. 1496] (STC 16111), &c.; H. Gneuss, Hymnar und Hymnen im englischen Mittelalter (Tübingen 1968), 194–206; Hunt, Teaching Latin, 1. 38–42.

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