Lectio of Mark 6:47 with Homily of Bede.


St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen, Cod. Sang. 1014

Sandy Maillard, Fragmentarium, 2018

Remarks by the Editor:

Identification of the text, transcriptions: William Duba, Fragmentarium 2018

General Information

Title: Homiliary

Former Shelfmarks: Cod. Sang. 1014, between p. 364 and p. 365

Material: Parchment

Original Condition

Dimensions (Page Height): at least 115 mm

Dimensions (Page Width): at least 15 mm

Height of Written Area: at least 105 mm

Width of Written Area: at least 15 mm

Number of Lines: at least 12

Line Height: 9 mm

Numbering (pages, folios, etc.):

p. 364a-b

Current Condition

Dimensions: 115 x 15 mm


  • Content Item
    • Persons: Unknown
    • Text Language: Latin
    • Title: Homily?
    • Content Description:


      scilicet* O...

      ...res ui*...


      ...ino c*...


    • 364a
  • Content Item
    • Text Language: Latin
    • Title: Evangelium secundum Marcum 6:47
    • Content Description:

      Rubric: [Lectio sancti evangelii secundum Marcum][xx?]xi

      [et c]um [sero esset erat navi]s i[n medio mari et ipse so]lus [in terra].

    • 364a
  • Content Item
    • Persons: Beda Venerabilis
    • Text Language: Latin
    • Title: In Marci evangelium expositio, l. 2, c. 6
    • Content Description:

      Rubric: [Omel]ia [Bedae presbyteris* de] ead[em lectione]

      [Vnde est illa uox eius inter undas procellas (verso) que temptat]ionu[m uerrentium deprehe]nsae [atque auxilium protecti]onis [illius gemebundo cla]more q[uaerentis: vt quid domine rec]essisti [longe despicis in oport]unit[atibus in tribulatione. Q]uae [pariter uocem inimici pe]rseq[uentis exponit in seque]ntib[us psalmi subiciens: d]ixit [enim in corde suo: oblitus e]st [deus auertit faciem suam] ne [uideat usque in finem.]

    • 364a
    • Edition: CCSL 120 (D. Hurst, 1960), pp. 631-648, lines 1091-1095.
    • Remarks:

      Edition citation from Brepolis/LLT-A

Host Volume

Title: Collection of theological-mystical treatises and sermons in the spirit of the Dominican mystic and preacher Johannes Tauler

Date of Origin/Publication: around 1500

Place of Origin/Publication: Northern Bavaria (?)

Shelfmark: Cod. Sang. 1014


Around 1500, this composite manuscript of theological-mystical content, which may have originated in Northern Bavaria and have been completed in the area of Lake Constance, was the property of the spiritual community of Franciscan sisters at the lower hermitage (Untere Klause) of St. Leonhard, west of the city of St. Gall, which was dissolved in the wake of the Reformation. This volume contains more than thirty mostly anonymous sermons, treatises and excerpts of treatises of Dominican character.

Description on e-codices.