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Almanach(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Almanach Profacii. Tables, etc.
Codicology:Vellum, 320 x 215 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) (12.6 x 8.7 in.), ff. 1 + 69 + 13, text, double columns of 40 lines: usually tables of figures. Cent. xiv early, very well written.
Collation: 1 flyleaf, 18 (wants 1, 2, 8) 28-98 | 1014 (wants 13).
Provenance:From Norwich Cathedral Priory. On p. 4 is an erasure beginning “liber iste” and ending “Norwic” . There is also mention at the end of Adam Estone, and the Kalendar is of Norwich.
Additions:Old lists of contents on flyleaf (p. 1)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) and on p. 4.
Almanac Prophacii Judei, cum tabulis motuum solis lunae et planetarum, inter quas Ciclus primationum per Robertum Grostest episcopum Lincoln. tabula dicta Philomela per Petrum de Dacia, et tabula quaedam Gerlandi(Content authored by Nasmith)
Foliation: ff. i-ii + pp. 1-165 + ff. iii-iv(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
1.
5-12
Profatius Iudaeus (Jacob ben Machir), Tabulae almanac(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
5
Text, with good blue initial and red pen-work
5
Incipit:
Quia omnes homines naturaliter scire desiderant et inquirere res occultas
12
Explicit:
motum etiam cursus a principio eclipsis usque in finem eius
12
Rubric:
Expliciunt Canones
2.
13-146
Tables for the planets, sun and moon (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
A series of Tables very well written in red and black: as far as p. 27 each page is marked in the lower corner “corr(ectum)”
13
Tables for the planets
42
(22)
Rubric:
Tabula solis
50
Rubric:
Medius cursus lune
53
Rubric:
Tabula argumenti lune
for the years 1300-1323
102
Rubric:
Tabula equacionis lune
114
Rubric:
Tabula diuisionis longitudinis buth.
116
Rubric:
Medii motus capitis drachonis
119
Rubric:
Diuersitatis aspectus in longitudine et latitudine ad montem pessuli
120
Rubric:
Latitudinis lune
120
Rubric:
Eclipsis lune
121
Rubric:
Cursus solis et lune
(Montpellier)
122
Rubric:
Eleuacionis signorum
124
Rubric:
Portionis
125
Rubric:
Minutorum proporcionalium
Ending 140
p. 141 blank
142
Rubric:
Cicli primacionum secundum lincolniensem
p. 145 blank
146
Note
146
Incipit:
In hoc primationum ciclo 4 linee descendentes
3.
147-158
Kalendar of Norwich Cathedral Priory (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
147
Kalendar in red and black
Notes of eclipses for the xivth century are added
The kalendar has
149
24 March. Passio Sancti Willelmi
151
30 May. Sancti ethelberti regis
152
23 June. Sancte Etheldrede Virginis
153
31 July. Sanctorum Neoti et Germani
155
16 September. Translatio Reliquiarum in albis: in red
155
24 September. Dedicatio ecclesie Norwyc.: in red
156
6 October. Sancte Fidis Virginis: in red
156
7 October. Sancte Osithe Virginis
156
17 October. Translatio Sancte Etheldrede
158
29 December. Thomas erased
4.
159-163
Petrus de Dacia, Tabula(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
159
Rubric:
Tabula Magistri Petri de dacia dicti philomena
With explanatory text
159
Incipit:
Ad locum etiam lune habendum uideas quota est dies etc.
163
On p. 163, in a small current hand
163
Rubric:
Incipit exposicio quorundam terminorum astrologicorum quos scripsit frater adam de Estone monachus Norwycensis
163
Incipit:
Almantica est angulus latus in medio et in ligatura
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