Alexander, Aphrodisiensis (floruit 198)
Sometime during the last 20 years of the 15th century, this manuscript was copied and annotated by the humanist and well-known professor of Aristotelian philosophy in Padua, Nicolaus Leonicus Thomaeus (1456-1531). (He should not be confused with his contemporary Leoniceno Niccolò [1428-1524], a physician, philosopher and professor in Ferrara.) This manuscript has a key role in cultural history, as the texts by Theoprastus and most of the Aristotelian texts it contains served as the basis for the Aldine edition of 1497. Similarly, it served as the basis for the translation of Aristotle's Mechanica published by the manuscript's owner in 1525 in Venice. In the margin of the manuscript one can see the efforts of Nicolaus Thomaeus to devise figures to illustrate the translation.
Online Since: 08/12/2010
- Alexander, Aphrodisiensis (Author) Found in: Standard description
- Alexander, Aphrodisiensis (Author) | Athenaeus, Naucratites (Author) | Bongars, Jacques (Former possessor) | Leonicus Thomaeus, Nicolaus (Former possessor) | Leonicus Thomaeus, Nicolaus (Scribe) | Plutarchus (Author) | Theophrastus (Author) Found in: Standard description
Manuscript CB 10 was probably intended for educational use, it contains works of Aristotle, Avicenna, Nicolaus Damascenus, Qusta Ibn-Luca and Alexander Aphrodisiensis. This manuscript, written on parchment during the 13th century, presumably belonged to a student of the Faculty of Arts in Leipzig, as may be concluded from a list of lectures attended during the year 1439 which is included in the codex. The list contains the names of the professors, titles of the texts covered, lecturers' fees, and starting and ending dates for the lecture periods.
Online Since: 12/20/2007
- Alexander, Aphrodisiensis: Alexander Aphrodisiensis, Opera (f. 2) Found in: Standard description
- Alexander, Aphrodisiensis: Opera (f. 245v-249) Found in: Standard description
- Alexander, Aphrodisiensis: De motu et tempore (f. 245v-247)
Incipit: Sicut difficultas sermonum illorum qui a nobis in hoc loco dissentiunt
Explicit: In se ipso uero est unum sempiternum continuum secundum dispositionem unam.
- Alexander, Aphrodisiensis: De sensu et sensato (f. 247-249)
Incipit: Postquam consummauit Aristoteles in libro suo qui de anima liber dicitur sermonem
Explicit: incedens ad actum ex sensibili absque alteratione et sine motu omnino.
- Alexander, Aphrodisiensis: De augmento (f. 249)
Incipit: Aristotiles dicit in libro de generatione et corruptione quod augmentum et incrementum fiunt
Explicit: declaratus est sermo philosophi quod augmentum sit in forma non in materia.
- Alexander, Aphrodisiensis (Author) | Alfredus, Sereshalensis (Translator) | Aristoteles (Author) | Avicenna (Author) | Bodmer, Martin (Former possessor) | Farabi, Abu-Nasr Muhammad Ibn-Muhammad al- (Author) | Gerardus, Cremonensis (Translator) | Henricus, Aristippus (Translator) | Jacobus, de Venetiis (Translator) | Nicolaus, Damascenus (Author) | Qusta Ibn-Luqa (Author) Found in: Standard description