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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:

Benjamin minor, etc., 1400 - 1499

Identifier: Gordan MS 102

Table of contents: Incipit liber Richardi de patriarcis: De studio sapientie et eius conmendatione; Incipit liber Richardi de interiori homine; Moyses et Aaron in sacerdotibus eius. et Samuel inter eos qui inuocant nomen eius.

Dates: 1400 - 1499

Lewis and Sarah Benson family papers

Identifier: HC.MC-1303

This collection is primarily 20th century letters from the Benson, Potts, and Rhoads families.

Dates: 1906-2014

Canticum canticorum, with glossa ordinaria; Peter of Limoges; John Chrysostom; Hugo of St. Victor, etc., 1100 - 1299

Identifier: MS 18
Abstract This is an English manuscript from the twelfth to the thirteenth century, containing various texts in different hands, which includes: the Canticum canticorum; Peter of Limoges' de Oculo Morali; Ogerius de Lucedio's Planctus Beatae Virginis Mariae; Publilius Syrus' Sententiae; Seneca's De beneficiis; Pseudo-Seneca' ad Gallionem de remediis fortuitis; Johannes Chrysostomus' De reparation lapsi; Pseudo-Bernard of Clairvaux's Exceptiones super meditationibus de interiori homine; Hugh of Saint...
Dates: 1100 - 1299

Commentarius in librum II sententiarum petri lombardi, 1454

Identifier: MS 5
Abstract This is a manuscript from Eastern Germany or Poland, written in 1454, which contains Bonaventure's Commentary on Book II of Peter Lombard's Sentences. The major and minor text divisions are marked by one- to five-line red ink initials, with some of the larger initials having terminals ending in foliage serifs. There are running headings on verso in black and the guide letters for the decorator are visible beside or inside the initials. Some quires are supported along the inner margin by...
Dates: 1454

Constitutiones clementinae, 1350

Identifier: MS 7
Abstract This manuscript was produced in Southern France, possibly in Avignon, in the mid-fourteenth century. It contains the text of Clement V's Constitutiones clementinae with the surrounding commentary of Giovanni d'Andrea (Johannes d'Andreae). There is some loss of text. On fol. 1r is an eighteen-line miniature showing an enthroned Pope (Clement) flanked by groups of cardinals and bishops and, kneeling before him, a bare-headed cleric presenting a book. On the lower portion of the same folio,...
Dates: 1350

David B. Updegraff Bible

Identifier: HC.MC-975-10-008
Scope and Contents

This collection contains David Benjamin Updegraff's heavily annotated Bible. His notes discuss theology and the content of the Bible. It also includes placed or tipped-in materials and notes.

Dates: undated

De evangelica praeparatione, 1425 - 1475

Identifier: MS 9

This is an Italian manuscript from the mid-fifteenth century, which contains Eusebius' De evangelica praeparatione, translated by George of Trebizond.

Dates: 1425 - 1475

De fide ad gratianum augustum libri quinque, 1425 - 1475

Identifier: MS 39
Abstract This is a mid-fifteenth-century Italian paper manuscript of Saint Ambrose's De fide ad gratianum augustum libri quinque, a defense of Christian orthodoxy. It is undecorated, and the blank spaces left for initials have not been filled in. There are a small number of annotations. Greek phrases in the source text are either left out, with space left for words, or transliterated in Latin letters. Greek for some of the transliterations has been added in the outer margin in a later hand (fols....
Dates: 1425 - 1475

De legendis libris gentilium, Lat. tr. Leonardo Bruni, etc., 1425 - 1475

Identifier: Gordan MS 27
Abstract f. 1r blank. ff. 1v-9r [Title:] Magni Basilii Archiepiscopi Cesarie capadotie ad nepotes. de legendis auctoribus [Prologue:] Ego tibi hunc librum Coluti ex media ut aiunt grecia delegi ubi eiuscemodi rerum magna copia est et infinita pene multitudo. [Text, f. 2r:] Magni Basilii Archiepiscopi Cesarie capadotie ad nepotes de legendis auctoribus gentilibus libellus incipit. Inc.: Multa sunt filii que hortantur me ad ea vobis consulenda que optima esse duco. . . Expl.: . . . quidem medicos...
Dates: 1425 - 1475

De miseria conditionis humanae, 1450 - 1499

Identifier: MS 35

This manuscript of the late twelfth-century text De miseria conditionis humanae was produced in Italy in the second half of the fifteenth century. The author of the work was the cardinal Lotario dei Segni, who later became Pope Innocent III. This copy is written on paper in a Gothic cursive script, with red and blue initials.

Dates: 1450 - 1499