Manuscript

Universitätsbibliothek München, Cod. ms. 120

Codicology

Produced: Germany (Landshut), 1449-1451
Location: Universitätsbibliothek München (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), Munich, Germany
Type: Miscellany
Language: Latin
Folios: 361
Illustrated: No
Media: Paper
Dimensions: Height: 28.5 cm Width: 21.5 cm

Description

Theological miscellany in 5 parts. Part 5 is a fragment of the Commentum in Theobald Physiologum: Prol. [Q]uatuor sunt que inpediunt hu[m]anam naturam scilicet ignorancia taciturnitas defectus et vicium ... Versus Est aquila serpens leo cer ara pan quoque wlpis / Est cleophas (elaphas) homocew (onocen) turtur cetus quoque syrn. 'Nam leo stans super alta cacumina montis' ... Pars executiva in qua magister perseuitur intentum suum [et] dividitur in 12 capitula... 'Cervus habere duas figuras'..

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