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Ms. Codex 10 - Sanctoclarus, Ioannes - [Commentary to Aristotle's De physica auscultatione, De caelo, De ortu et interitu and De anima]
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Author:
Sanctoclarus, Ioannes.
Title:
[Commentary to Aristotle's De physica auscultatione, De caelo, De ortu et interitu and De anima] [manuscript].
Origin:
[Scotland?], 1644-1645.
Physical description:
161 leaves : paper, ill. ; 193 x 147 (177 x 119) mm. bound to 198 x 160 mm.
Summary:
Consists of notes taken down by Ioannes Authinleke during lectures by Ioannes Santoclarus on four works of Aristotle: De physica auscultatione [i.e. Physics], De caelo, De ortu et interitu [i.e. De generatione et corruptione] and De anima.
Notes:
Ms. codex.
Title supplied by cataloger. Title on spine: Annotationes in libros Aristotelis de physica auscultatione.
Pagination: Paper, 160 leaves; [1-4], 5-312, 315-319, [320-322]; contemporary pagination in ink, upper outer corners. One leaf between p. 312 and p. 315 is possibly lacking.
Script: Written in a cursive script.
Decoration: Diagram (p. 300).
Binding: Contemporary parchment.
Origin: Written in Scotland[?], from 13 November 1644 (p. 5) to 10 March 1645 (p. 319). In addition to Sinclair and Authinleke, other Scottish names appear on p. [320]: David Forrester, James Forrester and Thomas Young.
Formerly owned by William Howard (bookplate, inside upper cover).
Cite as:
UPenn Ms. Codex 10
Manuscript location:
Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts University of Pennsylvania Ms. Codex 10
 
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