Rudolfus, de Biberaco (1270-1326)
The greatest part of this manuscript consists of two texts by Rudolf von Biberach – Sermones super cantica and De VII itineribus aeternitatis. They were originally created in the 14th century as two separate pieces; later they were bound together into the current volume at the Carthusian monastery of Basel, whose library owned the manuscript from the 15th century on. Still in the 14th century, a German translation of De VII gradibus contemplationis was added as a supplement to the second part. Probably only at the time of binding the manuscript was the beginning of the Abstractum-Glossars added as a last page, bound in upside down; the transcription of this text also dates from the 14th century and therefore could not have been produced at the monastery.
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- Rudolfus, de Biberaco: Scripta duo Found in: Standard description
- Rudolfus, de Biberaco: Sermones super cantica (2ra-41vb) Found in: Standard description
- Rudolfus, de Biberaco: De VII itineribus aeternitatis [Titel von späteren Händen:] De VII itineribus eternitatis liber notabilis Bonaventurae. Prologus. (42r-99vb) Found in: Standard description
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