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UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE LIBRARIES OF CAMBRIDGE: King's Hall

UC39. Books granted by Henry VI, 2 July 1440

70 identified entries found.
  • UC39.1: Justinian [†565]
    Institutiones ed. P. Krüger, Corpus iuris ciuilis 1/1 (Berlin 1868). [The ordinary gloss is that of Accursius.]
  • UC39.2–7 (6 copies): Paruum uolumen, a standard collection pr. Mainz 1477 &c.; ed. A. & M. Kriegel, Corpus iuris ciuilis (Leipzig 1866). Its contents comprised Books X–XII of Justinian's Codex (known as the Tres libri); Justinian's Nouellae; Libri feudorum; Tractatus de pace Constantiae; Extrauagantes duae Henrici VII imperatoris; and Constitutiones Frederici II imperatoris. [The Paruum uolumen is often paired with Justinian's Institutiones.]
  • UC39.8–12 (uetus, 5 copies): Justinian [†565]
    Digestum ed. T. Mommsen & P. Krüger, Corpus iuris ciuilis 1/2 (Berlin 1870). [The ordinary gloss is that of Accursius.] [Entries often divide Digestum uetus (I–XXIV 2), Infortiatum (XXIV 3–XXXVIII) and Digestum nouum (XXXIX–L); Tres partes are the last three titles of Infortiatum, XXXV 2–XXXVIII 17.]
  • UC39.13–17 (inforciatum, 5 copies): Justinian [†565]
    Digestum ed. T. Mommsen & P. Krüger, Corpus iuris ciuilis 1/2 (Berlin 1870). [The ordinary gloss is that of Accursius.] [Entries often divide Digestum uetus (I–XXIV 2), Infortiatum (XXIV 3–XXXVIII) and Digestum nouum (XXXIX–L); Tres partes are the last three titles of Infortiatum, XXXV 2–XXXVIII 17.]
  • UC39.18–23 (nouum, 6 copies): Justinian [†565]
    Digestum ed. T. Mommsen & P. Krüger, Corpus iuris ciuilis 1/2 (Berlin 1870). [The ordinary gloss is that of Accursius.] [Entries often divide Digestum uetus (I–XXIV 2), Infortiatum (XXIV 3–XXXVIII) and Digestum nouum (XXXIX–L); Tres partes are the last three titles of Infortiatum, XXXV 2–XXXVIII 17.]
  • UC39.24–28 (5 copies): 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).]
  • UC39.29 (part II): Bartolus de Saxoferrato [1313–1357]
    DBI 6. 640–69.
    Lectura super Digestum nouum pr. Venice 1471 (GW 3546), &c. [part I]; pr. Venice 1473 (GW 3563), [part II].
  • UC39.30: Iohannes Faber Runcinus [14th cent.]
    Lectura super Institutiones Iustiniani pr. Lyon [c. 1485] (GW 9633), &c.; Savigny, 6. 40–45.
  • UC39.34: 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.]
  • UC39.35–37: Gregory IX (Ugolino da Segni) [c1148–1241, sedit 1227–1241]
    Decretales ed. Friedberg, Corpus iuris canonici, 2. 1–928; Schulte, 2. 3–25, 412. [The ordinary gloss on the Decretals is that by Bernard of Parma: pr. Strassburg 1468/71 (GW 11450), &c.; pr. Venice 1605; Schulte, 2. 115.] [Entries for Decretales ueteres are more likely to refer to one of the older decretal compilations; entered under Bernard of Pavia.]
  • UC39.38–40: Innocent IV (Sinibaldo Fieschi) [sedit 1243–1254]
    Apparatus in quinque libros Decretalium pr. Strassburg 1478 (Goff I95), &c.; Schulte, 2. 91–4.
  • UC39.41: Willelmus Durandus the Elder [1237–1296], bishop of Mende
    Speculum iudiciale pr. Strassburg 1473 (GW 9148), &c.; Schulte, 2. 148–52; Lange, 2. 483–6.
  • UC39.42 (`cum glosa Cardinalis'): Liber sextus Decretalium, continuing the Decretals from Gregory IX (1234) to Boniface VIII (1298) pr. Strassburg 1465 (GW 4848), &c.; ed. E. Friedberg, Corpus iuris canonici, 2. 933–1124; Schulte, 2. 34–44. [The ordinary gloss on the Sext is that of Iohannes Andreae; at Paris that of Iohannes Monachus was preferred; the triple gloss also contained Guido de Baysio.]
  • UC39.43 (`cum glosa Io. An.'): Liber sextus Decretalium, continuing the Decretals from Gregory IX (1234) to Boniface VIII (1298) pr. Strassburg 1465 (GW 4848), &c.; ed. E. Friedberg, Corpus iuris canonici, 2. 933–1124; Schulte, 2. 34–44. [The ordinary gloss on the Sext is that of Iohannes Andreae; at Paris that of Iohannes Monachus was preferred; the triple gloss also contained Guido de Baysio.]
  • UC39.44a: Constitutiones Clementinae, collecting the constitutions of Clement V, promulgated by John XXII in 1317 ed. E. Friedberg, Corpus iuris canonici, 2. 1129–1200; Schulte, 2. 45–50. [The ordinary gloss on the Clementines is that of Iohannes Andreae; others include Jean le Moine, Guido de Baysio, Jesselin de Cassagnes, Paulus de Liazariis, and William of Mont Lauzun.]
  • UC39.44b: Liber sextus Decretalium, continuing the Decretals from Gregory IX (1234) to Boniface VIII (1298) pr. Strassburg 1465 (GW 4848), &c.; ed. E. Friedberg, Corpus iuris canonici, 2. 933–1124; Schulte, 2. 34–44. [The ordinary gloss on the Sext is that of Iohannes Andreae; at Paris that of Iohannes Monachus was preferred; the triple gloss also contained Guido de Baysio.]
  • UC39.45: Guido de Baysio, known as Archidiaconus [†1313], archdeacon of Bologna
    Apparatus ad Sextum pr. Milan 1490 (GW 3743); Schulte, 2. 188–9. [See also under Liber Sextus.]
  • UC39.46: William of Mont Lauzun [†1343]
    Lectura super Sextum pr. Toulouse 1524; Schulte, 2. 197.
  • UC39.47: Guido de Baysio, known as Archidiaconus [†1313], archdeacon of Bologna
    Apparatus ad Sextum pr. Milan 1490 (GW 3743); Schulte, 2. 188–9. [See also under Liber Sextus.]
  • UC39.49 (`cum apparatu Io. An.'): Constitutiones Clementinae, collecting the constitutions of Clement V, promulgated by John XXII in 1317 ed. E. Friedberg, Corpus iuris canonici, 2. 1129–1200; Schulte, 2. 45–50. [The ordinary gloss on the Clementines is that of Iohannes Andreae; others include Jean le Moine, Guido de Baysio, Jesselin de Cassagnes, Paulus de Liazariis, and William of Mont Lauzun.]
  • UC39.50 (`Raymundus'): Raymond of Peñafort OP [c1180–1275]
    Summa de casibus poenitentiae ed. X. Ochoa & A. Diez, Universa bibliotheca iuris 1B (Rome 1976); Kuttner, 443–5; Bloomfield 5054; Diaz 1324. [Manuscripts listed by L. Robles, `Escritores dominicos de la Corona de Aragón (siglos XIII–XV)', in Repertorio de historia de las ciencias eclesiásticas en España (Salamanca 1967–79), 3. 11–175 (at 14–31). The common apparatus is that of William of Rennes.] [Book III tit. 34, De poenitentiis et remissionibus, Ochoa & Diez, 795–882 (Bloomfield 3954) and Book IV, Ochoa & Diez, ??? (Bloomfield 4943) also circulate separately.]
  • UC39.51 (`Godofredus in summa'): Goffredo di Trani [†1245]
    Summa super titulis Decretalium pr. [Cologne c. 1480] (GW 10949), &c.; Schulte, 2. 89–91.
  • UC39.52: William de Mandagout [†1321]
    De electionibus pr. Paris 1506 &c.; pr. in Tractatus uniuersi iuris (Venice 1584–6), 15/1. 407v–435v; Schulte, 2. 183–5; DDC 5. 1077–8.
  • UC39.53: William of Mont Lauzun [†1343]
    Lectura super Clementinas part pr. with text and Iohannes Franciscus de Pavinis, Rome 1475 (Goff P246); Schulte, 2. 197–8. [See also under Constitutiones Clementinae.]
  • UC39.55: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    Sermones de uerbis Domini et apostoli, a common grouping of ninety-nine sermons on the Gospels and Epistles analysis and list of manuscripts by P. P. Verbraken in RB 77 (1967) 27–46; L. De Coninck, La tradition manuscrite du recueil De uerbis Domini jusqu'au XIIe siècle (Turnhout 2006). Most English copies lack the last ten sermons, Römer, 2/1. 350–53.
  • UC39.56 (`de ciuitate dei', var. `de trinitate'; 2nd fo. no match) ?= UC40.10: 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).
  • UC39.57: 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.]
  • UC39.60 (IV): 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.
    Scriptum super libros Sententiarum ed. P. Mandonnet & M. F. Moos, 4 vols. [to IV dist. 22] (Paris 1929–47); Stegmüller Sent. 846; Glorieux Rép. 14f.
  • UC39.61: Hilary of Poitiers [c310–367], bishop of Poitiers
    De trinitate CPL 433; ed. P. Smulders, CCSL 62–62A (1979); ed. M. Figura & others, SChr 443 (1999–2001).
  • UC39.62: John of Salisbury [c1115–1180], bishop of Chartres
    Policraticus ed. C. C. J. Webb (Oxford 1909); I–IV, ed. K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, CCCM 118 (1993).
  • UC39.62x (2nd fo.): John of Salisbury [c1115–1180], bishop of Chartres
    Entheticus ad Policraticum ed. C. C. J. Webb (Oxford 1909), 1. 1–11; WIC 17789.
  • UC39.63 (`sermones B. super diuersos uersus phalterii', 2nd fo.): Bernard of Clairvaux OCist [1090–1153], abbot of Clairvaux
    Sermones XVII in Psalmum XC Qui habitat SBO 4. 383–492.
  • UC39.64: John Cassian [c360–435], abbot of Marseilles
    De institutis coenobiorum CPL 513.
  • UC39.65 ?= UC40.18: Valerius Maximus [fl. AD 30]
    Memorabilia ed. C. Kempf, Teubner (1888).
  • UC39.66: Gregory the Great [c540–604, sedit 590–604]
    De cura pastorali CPL 1712.
  • UC39.67 (`Tullius in rhothorica', 2nd fo. no match): M. Tullius Cicero [106–43 BC]
    De inuentione ed. E. Stroebel, Teubner (1915).
  • UC39.70: Peter of Blois [†1211], archdeacon of Bath
    unspec.
  • UC39.72: L. Annaeus Seneca [4 BC–AD 65]
    Epistulae morales ed. L. D. Reynolds, OCT (1965).
  • UC39.73: 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).
  • UC39.74: 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.
    Topica, tr. Boethius ed. L. Minio-Paluello, AL 5/1–3 (1969), 5–179. [See also Aristotle, Logica noua.]
  • UC39.*75 (3 vols): Hélinand of Froidmont OCist [† after 1229]
    Chronicon Book VIII, ed. M.-P. Arnauld-Cancel, PhD diss. (École des chartes 1971); Books XLV–XLIX, PL 212. 771–1078. Of the original forty-nine books, only thirteen survive, though excerpts from the whole work were collected by Vincent of Beauvais as Flores.
  • UC39.*75x: Vita Ricardi II regis ed. G. B. Stow (Philadelphia, PA, 1977).

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