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Aristoteles, Logica vetus cum commentariis – Fragment

Parchment · 2 leaves (cut down) · 1250 – 1300 CE; 1301 – 1325 CE · S. XIII 2, perh. France · c. 215/7 x 165/7 mm.


Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, SC/INC/037 (host volume), Flyleaves to upper and lower boards
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  • Nicholas Sparks, University of Sydney & State Library NSW, 2020
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Aristoteles (Author)
Porphyrius (Author)
Wolfgang Oschl (Previous Owner)
Origin: France
Provenance: Germany
Origin: Strasbourg

Two leaves from a scholastic book, perhaps French, s. xiii 3/4, containing a portion of Aristoteles Latinus , Categoriae, De Quantitate, and a portion of Porphyry Isagoge, with anon. commentary written by the same hand, writing a type of small litterae scholasticae, suggesting a university school or major centre of learning. Later on, perhaps s xiv in. a small Gothic hand has added text from the start of Sigerus de Cortraco, Ars Priorum, in 2. cols., on previously blank leaf. These leaves now form flyleaves to the upper and lower board of the host volume SC/INC/037.