Martinus, Oppaviensis († 1278)
This voluminous paper manuscript contains the sermons de tempore and de sanctis for the summer part, several hagiographic texts and exempla. The manuscript might have originally been from Zurich and was the property of the library of the Augustinian Hermits in Fribourg before it came to the Cantonal Library of Fribourg in 1848.
Online Since: 12/14/2018
- Antonius, de Parma (Author) | Conradus, de Brundelsheim (Author) | Conradus, de Saxonia (Author) | Franciscus, de Abbatibus (Author) | Gilbertus, Tornacensis (Author) | Gremaud, Jean (Librarian) | Guillelmus de Maillaco (Author) | Henricus, de Frimaria (Author) | Herolt, Johannes (Author) | Iordanus, de Quedlinburgo (Author) | Jacobus, de Voragine (Author) | Johannes, Algrinus (Author) | Johannes, Balistarii (Author) | Johannes, Felton (Author) | Lucas, de Bitonto (Author) | Martinus, Oppaviensis (Author) | Peregrinus, de Oppeln (Author) | Philippus, Cancellarius (Author) | Plank, Petrus (Author) | Simon, de Cremona (Author) Found in: Standard description
This manuscript contains the Chronicle of the Popes by Martin of Opava († after 1278) on pp. 3-95. The chronicle goes as far as Boniface VIII; the names of the five following popes are added at the end by a later hand. This is followed by sermons for saints' days (pp. 96-206), and then, on pp. 207-224, excerpts from Martin of Opava's Chronicle of the Emperors, with an anonymous continuation up to Henry IX [VII] (1313). A 14th century fragment of an ascetic tract is bound into the front (pp. 1a-2b). The book decoration is limited to simple pen-flourish initials (pp. 105, 107, 184).
Online Since: 06/18/2020
13th century composite manuscript consisting of 8 parts: 1) excerpts from the martyrologies of the St. Gall Monk Notker Balbulus and of Ado of Vienne (p. 3-10), 2) copy of about half of Petrus Comestor's Historia Scholastica (p. 11-234), 3) Canones apostolorum et conciliorum prolati per Clementem papam in a smaller format booklet by another hand (p. 235-252), 4) excerpts from the work Panormia by Ivo of Chartres (p. 246b-252b), 5) Historia Langobardorum by Petrus Diaconus with an annex by Andrea Bergamensis (p. 253a-272b), 6) Historia Hierosolymitana by Robertus Monachus Remigiensis (p. 273a-313a), 7) appendices concerning the history of the Holy Roman Empire, the schism of the Church of Utrecht, and the death of Conrad III (p. 313), 8) excerpts from the Chronica pontificum et imperatorum, ab Hadriano usque ad Constantinum by Martin of Opava (Martinus Polonus; p. 314-330).
Online Since: 12/13/2013
- Ado, Viennensis (Author) | Andreas, Bergamensis (Author) | Arx, Ildefons von (Librarian) | Ivo, Carnotensis (Author) | Martinus, Oppaviensis (Author) | Notker, Balbulus (Author) | Paulus, Diaconus (Author) | Petrus, Comestor (Author) | Robertus, Remensis (Author) Found in: Standard description
- Ado, Viennensis (Author) | Andreas, Bergamensis (Author) | Arx, Ildefons von (Librarian) | Ivo, Carnotensis (Author) | Martinus, Oppaviensis (Author) | Notker, Balbulus (Author) | Paulus, Diaconus (Author) | Petrus, Comestor (Author) | Robertus, Remensis (Author) Found in: Additional description