This manuscript was written by Heinricus Tierli (probably identical with Heinricus Tierlin, conductor in Schuttern and procurator in Freiburg im Breisgau); by means of the Explicit (f. 278vb), it can be dated to June 21, 1407. The main text (ff. 1r-278v) is introduced with Incipit Collectorium Bertrucii in parte practica medicine [...] (ff. V1r-V14r). This is followed by: Tabula primi libri (ff. V14r-V14v), Tituli secunde sectionis (ff. V14v-V15r), Tituli tercie sectionis (ff. V15r-V15v) and Tituli quarto sectionis (f. V15v). The title and text headings are in red, and individual initials are in in blue or red. The manuscript has a contemporary leather binding, metal clasps and a spine restored in 1978. A trimmed medieval document (see rear pastedown) was bound in. There are the following ownership notes: Hic liber pertinet Leonhardo hemerly de constancia (fol. 278vb), Sum Bernhardi Stoppelij M[edicinae] Doctoris (in a 17th century hand, f. V1r) and Magister petrus hemmerlis (original, no longer existing, front pastedown).
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