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Guide to Averroës, Notabilia Dicta; Albertus Magnus, Tractatus Proportionum; Anonymous, Latitudines Formarum; and Robertus Anglicus, Compilatio Super Tractatu de Sphaera. Manuscript, circa 1430-1450

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Title:

Averroës, Notabilia Dicta; Albertus Magnus, Tractatus Proportionum; Anonymous, Latitudines Formarum; and Robertus Anglicus, Compilatio Super Tractatu de Sphaera. Manuscript (Ms 3)

Dates:

circa 1430-1450

Manuscript Number:

Codex Ms 3

Size:

1 volume, 29 x 22 cm.

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

Copy of Averroes' Notabilia dicta, plus incomplete portions of commentaries on Aristotle's De Anima and Metaphysics, and of the medical tract Al-Kulliyyat. Bound with three unrelated treatises: Albertus Magnus, Tractatus proportionum; Anonymous, Latitudines formarum; and Robertus Anglicus, Compilatio super tractatu de sphaera. Circa 1430-1450. Text in Latin. Codex Ms 3.

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Scope Note

The largest portion of this manuscript is a copy of Averroës Notabilia dicta plus incomplete portions of commentaries on Aristotle's De Anima and Metaphysics, and of the medical tract Al-Kulliyyat, also known as Colliget. Fols. 19-67.

Bound with three unrelated treatises:

Albertus Magnus (1193?-1280),Tractatus proportionum. Fols. 1-4.

Anonymous, Latitudines formarum. Fols. 4-6.

Robertus Anglicus (active 1272), Compilatio super tractatu de sphaera, his commentary on the Sphaerae mundi of Joannes de Sacro Bosco. Fols. 7-18.

Text in Latin. Codex Ms 3.

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INVENTORY

Volume 1

Albertus Magnus,Tractatus proportionum. Manuscript (Ms 3)

Anonymous, Latitudines formarum. Manuscript (Ms 3)

View cover (front)-fol. 6v.

Volume 1

Robertus Anglicus, Compilatio super tractatu de sphaera. Manuscript (Ms 3)

View fols. 7r-18v.

Volume 1

Averroës, Notabilia dicta. Manuscript (Ms 3)

View fols. 19r-44v

View fols. 45r-cover (back.)