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Petrus, Riga (1140-1209)
This codex contains on 2r-241r the Aurora, a versification of the Bible by Petrus Riga, canon of Reims (ca. 1140-1209), with notes by Aegidius Parisiensis, and on 244r-254v the dialogue Synodus by the cleric Warnerius of Basel, which probably was written ca. 1100. The compact script of the text in black-to-light-brown ink is decorated with small red initials and passages underlined in red. In places the page margins have been broadly cut out, and occasionally entire passages have been left blank. A three-line poem by the copyist on 4v attests that the manuscript was produced under Abbot Ulrich (1197-1223) in 1203.
Online Since: 10/04/2011
- Aegidius, Parisiensis (Author) | Hildebertus, Lavardinensis (Author) | Petrus, Riga (Author) | Stadler, Karl (Librarian) | Warnerius, Basiliensis (Author) Found in: Standard description
- Aegidius, Parisiensis (Author) | Hildebertus, Lavardinensis (Author) | Petrus, Riga (Author) | Stadler, Karl (Librarian) | Warnerius, Basiliensis (Author) Found in: Additional description
Incomplete copy of the Aurora, a verse commentary on the Bible by Petrus Riga († 1209). This codex contains only the books of the Old Testament and breaks off in the Book of Machabees. In detail, the content includes: Praefatio Petri Rigae (pp. 3–4), Genesis (pp. 4–60), Exodus (pp. 60–106), Leviticus with prologue (pp. 107–137), Numbers with prologue (pp. 137–160), Deuteronomy (pp. 160–169), Joshua (pp. 169–180), Judges (pp. 180–191), Ruth (pp. 191–193), 1st–4th Book of Kings with prologue (pp. 193–244), Tobit (pp. 244–261), Daniel (pp. 261–285), Esther (pp. 285–294), Judith (pp. 294–300), Machabees, V. 1–234, 307–445 and 235–272 (pp. 301–313). In several places, the text contains additions that are not by Petrus Rigo; for the most part they are listed in the edition by Paul E. Beichner (Aurora. Petri Rigae Biblia versificata. A the Bible, Notre Dame 1965). Contains numerous interlinear and marginal glosses.
Online Since: 03/22/2018
- Petrus, Riga (Author) Found in: Standard description