Fulbertus, Carnotensis (960-1028)
A very interesting, completely edited and corrected manuscript of the three books of the Sententiae by Isidore of Seville. Compared to the main tradition, the form of the text is substantially different and contains numerous transpositions and additions. The manuscript was written at the Abbey of Saint-Mesmin, Micy, as evidenced by ownership labels (ex libris) written along the text area of each quire. In the middle there is a subsequently inserted binion (11th century), which contains, among others, parts of the Sermones by Fulbert of Chartres.
Online Since: 06/23/2016
- Fulbertus, Carnotensis: Sermones ad populum 7. (74r–75v)
Incipit: Ecce rex tuus venit tibi mansuetus sedens super asinum. Hieremias. Tibi peccavimus expectatio Israel salvator eius
Explicit: revertimini et vivite.
- Fulbertus, Carnotensis: De peccatis capitalibus: II. De peccatis mulierum. (75v)
Incipit: Augustinus. Fidelis bene vivens
Explicit: ut moriens habeas securitatem.
- Fulbertus, Carnotensis: Sermones ad populum 8. (75v–76r)
Incipit: De sacramento eucharistiae Augustinus in tertio de doctrina Christiana. Hoc vero tempore posteaquam resurrectione – potius libertate veneretur. (Augustinus: Doct.Chr. III,9,13 = PL 34,71); Idem in eodem. Nisi manducaveritis inquit carnem
Explicit: et vulnerata sit.
- Bongars, Jacques (Former possessor) | Daniel, Pierre (Former possessor) | Eugenius, Toletanus (Author) | Fulbertus, Carnotensis (Author) | Gravisset, Jakob von (Former possessor) | Isidorus, Hispalensis (Author) | Wild, Marquard (Librarian) Found in: Standard description
This unadorned, single-column copy of Gregory's Dialogues, in which many hands had a share, has numerous gaps as well as later erasures and corrections. The manuscript is listed in the Allerheiligen Abbey register of books from about 1100 (Min. 17, f. 306v); however, except for an addition to the text from the 12th century (f 58 r/v), it was not written in Schaffhausen. It remains to be determined whether it served as (one of) the models for Min. 48. Signs of wear on the first (f 1r) and last (f 121v) page suggest that the manuscript remained unbound until the 15th century when, like many others, it received a leather binding with metal bosses and two clasps.
Online Since: 10/13/2016
Second volume of the libri II omeliarum et sermonum per totum annum, with Sermones de tempore (f. 1v), Sermones de sanctis (f. 136v) and Sermones de communi sanctorum (f. 237v) for the period from Pentecost until the end of the liturgical year; it is listed in the supplements to the Allerheiligen Abbey register of books from about 1100 (Min. 17, f. 306v). This manuscript is written in two columns and, except for the last, incomplete page, by one and the same hand; with numerous initials with scroll ornamentation in red ink stretching across up to 20 lines and with emphasized fonts, it is among the most beautiful manuscripts created at All Saints Abbey. In the 15th century, this codex, like many others, received a new leather binding with metal bosses and two clasps; f. 1 (detached since then) served as pastedown, the back pastedown (after f. 287) is missing.
Online Since: 09/26/2017
- Fulbertus, Carnotensis (Author) Found in: Standard description
- Augustinus, Aurelius (Author) | Beda, Venerabilis (Author) | Caesarius, Arelatensis (Author) | Faustus, Reiensis (Author) | Fulbertus, Carnotensis (Author) | Fulgentius, Claudius Gordianus (Author) | Gregorius I, Papa (Author) | Haimo, Halberstadensis (Author) | Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius (Author) | Hrabanus, Maurus (Author) | Ildephonsus, Toletanus (Author) | Isidorus, Hispalensis (Author) | Johannes, Chrysostomus (Author) | Leo I, Papa (Author) | Maximus, Taurinensis (Author) | Odo, Cluniacensis (Author) | Petrus, Chrysologus (Author) Found in: Standard description