Albertus, de Orlamunda (1230-)
This composite manuscript consists of four parts, the oldest of which is dated 1416 (Part 2). It contains sermons and other short texts related to pastoral care. Parts 3 and 4 originally belonged to the Strasbourg monk Johannes Rüeffel, who wrote them during his studies in England and in 1446 in his home town. They include introductions to scholastic philosophy and quaestiones. Part 1 with French-Latin translation exercises and other school texts probably originated around the middle of the 15th century in the area around Fribourg i. Ue. The volume was probably compiled by Jean Joly, guardian of the Franciscan monastery of Fribourg.
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- Albertus, de Orlamunda: Summa naturalium. (238r–253v)
Incipit: Sicut ait Damascenus, impossibile est substantiam esse extra partem a sua naturali operacione
Explicit: qua eligitur bonum gracia existente et malum gracia desistente etc.
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