Grosseteste, Robertus (1168-ca. 1253)
This manuscript, in a strikingly narrow format, was created in Mainz and, as a gift from the Carthusians living there, it later came to the Carthusian monastery of Basel. It contains a large number of short and very short texts: in addition to some sermons, it mainly contains excerpts from theological, church historical and political treatises, including some in German.
Online Since: 06/18/2020
- Albertus, Magnus (Author) | Anselm von Canterbury (Author) | Augustinus, Aurelius (Author) | Basilius, Caesariensis (Author) | Bernardus, Claraevallensis (Author) | Caesarius, Heisterbacensis (Author) | Cassianus, Johannes (Author) | Cassiodorus, Flavius Magnus Aurelius (Author) | Cicero, Marcus Tullius (Author) | Eusebius, Caesariensis (Author) | Galfredus, de Vinosalvo (Author) | Gratianus, de Clusio (Author) | Gregorius I, Papa (Author) | Gregorius, Nazianzenus (Author) | Groote, Geert (Author) | Grosseteste, Robertus (Author) | Guilelmus, Parisiensis (Author) | Henricus, de Calcar (Author) | Henricus, de Langenstein (Author) | Hildegard, von Bingen, Heilige (Author) | Hugo, de Sancto Victore (Author) | Isidorus, Hispalensis (Author) | Johannes, Damascenus (Author) | Johannes, Zotzenheim (Author) | Konrad, von Soltau (Author) | Leo I, Papa (Author) | Prosper, de Aquitania (Author) | Remigius, Altissiodorensis (Author) | Richardus, de Sancto Victore (Author) | Seneca, Lucius Annaeus (Author) | Tauler, Johannes (Author) | Thomas, de Aquino (Author) Found in: Standard description
This composite manuscript of mainly astrological-astronomical content includes a journal of weather observations kept over seven years, the so-called Basler Wettermanuskript. It records meteorological observations in daily entries from January 1, 1399 until March 21, 1406, without a single gap. Towards the end of the journal, the entries become more schematic, until finally they transition to tables of the positions of the planets with only occasional comments on the weather. The volume is from the Dominican Convent of Basel.
Online Since: 06/25/2015
- Abū-Maʿšar, Ǧaʿfar Ibn-Muḥammad (Author) | Albertus, Magnus (Author) | Aristoteles (Author) | Arnoldus, de Villa Nova (Author) | Dorotheus, Sidonius (Author) | Eschuid, Johannes (Author) | Georgius, Antiochenus (Author) | Grosseteste, Robertus (Author) | Guilelmus, de Aragonia (Author) | Hermannus, Dalmata (Author) | Hippocrates (Author) | Ibn-Abī-'r-Riǧāl, Abu-'l-Ḥasan ʿAlī (Author) | Jerg, Philosophus (Author) | Johannes, Hispalensis (Author) | Johannes, Hispalensis (Translator) | Kindī, Ja'kûb Ibn-Ishâk al (Author) | Makīn Ibn-al-ʿAmīd, Ǧirǧīs al- (Author) | Māšā'allāh, Ibn-Aṯarī (Author) | Ptolemaeus, Claudius (Author) | Qabīṣī, Abu-'ṣ-Ṣaqr ʿAbd-al-ʿAzīz Ibn-ʿUṯmān al- (Author) | Sahl Ibn-Bišr (Author) | Schretz, Heinricus (Annotator) | Thomas, de Cantiprato (Author) Found in: Standard description
This manuscript, written in a 13th century textura, was the property of the cleric and historian Dietrich von Niem (1340-1418), who provided it with numerous marginal notes. The volume, which was passed on to the Carthusian Monastery of Basel, contains, among others, Seneca's Naturales quaestiones, the discussion Cur deus homo? by Anselm of Canterbury, and the astrological work De radiis stellarum by the Arab philosopher and scientist Alkindi. It also contains the article De probatione virginitatis beatae Mariae from the so-called "Suda", a Byzantine encyclopedia widely used in the Latin translation by Roberto Grosseteste.
Online Since: 12/12/2019
- Anselm von Canterbury (Author) | Grosseteste, Robertus (Author) | Kindī, Ja'kûb Ibn-Ishâk al (Author) | Louber, Jakob (Librarian) | Seneca, Lucius Annaeus (Author) | Theodoricus, de Niem (Former possessor) | Theodoricus, de Niem (Annotator) Found in: Standard description
This manuscript is composed of four parts. The first part (1-16) is from the 14th century and presents an abridged version of Usuard's martyrology. The second part (17-66), from the beginning of the 14th century, contains, among others, texts by Albertus Magnus and Pseudo-Robert Grosseteste. The third (67-164) and fourth parts (165-258), which can be dated to the 14th and 15th century, contain texts by Vincent of Beauvais and Peter Lombard, as well as legal writings. Before it was purchased by the Cantonal Library of Fribourg in 1900, the manuscript belonged to the clergy of Gruyères.
Online Since: 12/14/2018
- Albertus, Magnus (Author) | Grosseteste, Robertus (Author) | Hugo, Argentinensis (Author) | Johannes, de Deo (Author) | Petrus, Lombardus (Author) | Vincentius, Bellovacensis (Author) Found in: Standard description