Handlist of Transylvanian Books

A Handlist of Books Connected to the

Medieval Dioceses of Cenad,

Oradea and Transylvania (RU-TE-4-1795 Project)

 

 

ROMANIAN LIBRARIES

 ALBA IULIA

Biblioteca Națională a României, Filiala Batthyaneum  (Batthyaneum Library)

MS I.1Graduale, parchment, 216 ff., 570 x 410 mm; Hungary?/Bohemia?; s. XVIi (ante 1528, dated metal clasps).

Prov.: St Michael parish church or abbey of Cluj-Mănăștur > library of the Rákoczi grammar school in Cluj; transferred to the Batthyaneum Library by the Catholic bishop of Transylvania, Károly Gusztáv Majláth, s. XX (Batthyaneum records).

Bibl.: Szentiványi (1958) nr. 1; Szigeti (1970) 156-70; Șorban (1997) 472; Merczel (2001) 33-36.

+ two fragmenta codicis in the bindings of Cluj, BAR, C.57795 and C. 54660-62.

 

MS I.2Graduale, parchment, 106 ff., 539 x 383 mm; Hungary?, s. XVIi.

Prov.: Maria Radna Franciscan Abbey, Lipova; transferred to the Batthyaneum Library by the Catholic bishop of Transylvania, Károly Gusztáv Majláth s. XX (Batthyaneum records).

Bibl.: Szentiványi (1958) nr. 2; Szigeti (1970) 170-72; Merczel (2001) 36-37.

 

MS I.83Novum Testamentum, paper, 239 ff., 300 x 200 mm, C. Europe/Transylvania?, s. XV.

Prov.: Dominican convent, Brașov, ‘liber corporis christi Coronensis datus a d. Paulo de altamuta’, s. XV (6r); ‘Hic liber Ms. dono mihi datus fuit in Bibliotheca Scholae Augustanae Confessionis Coronae die 2. octobris 1782. Ignatius Comes Batthyani, Episcopus Transsylvaniae’ (1r).

Bibl.: Cseresnyés (1824-1826) M5IV 14; Beke (1871) 559; Varjú (1900) 58; Szentiványi (1958) 83 (and, mistakenly, 702); Papahagi (2015) 37.

 

MS I.96Graduale, parchment, 152 ff., 323 x 243 mm, C. Europe/Transylvania?, s. XIV.

Prov.: ‘Miklós Deák’, 1612 (1r); ‘Stephanus Nary’, Co. Mureș, 1622 (8r); Balint, parish priest in Sândominic, Co. Harghita, 1670 (24v).

Bibl.: Cseresnyés (1824-1826) N5III 3; Veszely (1861) 22; Beke (1871) 22; Varjú (1900) 152; Szentiványi (1958) 96; Szendrei (1981) C49; BH 1630; Merczel (2001) 48-51; Șorban (2000) G7; Papahagi (2015) 37.

 

MS II.28 – Humbertus de Romanis, Expositio regulae S. Augustini – Bernardus Claraevallensis, Meditatio passionis Iesu Christi per septem diei horas, parchment and paper, 239 ff., 318 x 215 mm, Košice, scribe ‘Martinus Craus de Caschowia’, 1469.

Prov.: ‘Explicit per manos cuiusdam Martini Craus de Caschowia ffinitum et completum Anno domini Millesimo cccc° lxix etc.’ (231v); Brașov: ‘Liber hic Ms. Mihi Coronae in Bibliotheca Scholae Augustanae Confessionis dono datus est die 2a octobris 1782. Ignatius Comes de Batthyany, Episcopus Transylvaniensis’ (front pastedown).

Bibl.: Cseresnyés (1824-1826) N5III 13; Beke (1871) 40; Varjú (1900) 223; Hunyady (1937) 37; Szentiványi (1958) 101; Sopko (1982) 349; Papahagi (2015) 37.

 

MS II.130 – Petrus Riga, Aurora seu Biblia versificata, parchment, 30 ff., 250 x 180 mm, C. Europe, s. XIII.

Prov.: Cluj: ‘Pauli Colosvariensis’, s. XVII (1r); ‘Ex oblatione Professoris Pauli Gyergyai est Scholae Unitariorum Claudiopolitanae ab Anno 1729’ (2r).

Bibl.: Cseresnyés (1824-1826) N5V 20; Beke (1871) 417; Varjú (1900) 16; Szentiványi (1958) 289; Papahagi (2015) 37.

 

MS II.135Matricula plebaniae cibiniensis, parchment (paper added 1754), 53 ff., 232 x 160 mm, Sibiu, s. XIV-XVII (dates: 1401, 1424, 1442, 1533, 1540-54, 1571, 1630).

Prov.: Sibiu.

Bibl.: Cseresnyés (1824-1826) F5V 12; Beke (1871) 349; Kalauz (1882) 123; Szentiványi (1958) 294; Papahagi (2015) 37, 39.

Ed.: Kurz (1848), 193-201, 209-224, 225-240, 241-246; Seiwert (1873), 323-411; Varjú (1900), 132-146; Szentiványi (1958), 158-69; BH III, 103-113.

 

MS II.148Miscellaneum OFM, gll. Hung. (Constitutiones novae familiae Hungaricae…, Atea, Co. Satu Mare, 1499; Statuta, Buda, 1505; […]Osvaldus de Lasko, ‘Ordinationes factae Strigonii’; ‘Ordinata noviter Budae’, 1515, etc.), paper, 102 ff., 165 x 119 mm, Buda, 1499-1515.

Prov.: Franciscan convent Șumuleu Ciuc?

Bibl.: Varjú (1900) 282; Szentiványi (1958) 307; Papahagi (2015) 37.

 

MS III.40Breviarium, paper and parchment, 547 ff., 190 x 130 mm, Špis region, scribe Nicolaus from Turda, 1461.

Prov.: ‘per manus Nicolai scriptoris de transiluania de oppido Thorda vbi salifodium nominatur. Anno domini millesimo quadringentesimo sexagesimo primo. Lauda scriptorem donec uidebis meliorem’ (334v); All Saints’ Church in Budimir, s. XV: ‘Iste liber est testamentalis ecclesie Omnium sanctorum in Budamer (1)486’ (1r).

Bibl.: Cseresnyés (1824-1826) K5VI 17; Beke (1871) 63; Varjú (1900) 213; Szentiványi (1958) 352; Selecká (1974) 12; Sopko (1982) 407; BH 1694; Selecká Mârza (1997) 10; Papahagi (2007) 268; Papahagi (2015) 37; Dietl/Liebermann (2015) 258; Papahagi (2016a) 4 et passim.

 

MS III.71Auctoritates patrum, orationes, adnotationes, gll. Ge. – Sermones de corpore Christi – Conradus de Halberstadt?, Concordantiae Veteris et Novi Testamenti  –Notae de vita Christi (39r-42r) – Sermones de tempore, paper, 388 ff., 220 x 155 mm, Hungary, scribe Johannes from Râșnov/Rosenau, s. XV2.

Prov.: ‘Et sic est finis concordantiorum veteris ac Noue Legis Per manus Iohannis Rozenawer Jambor’ (29v); ‘Liber Johannis Reych’, s. XV/XVI (front pastedown), Levoča?

Bibl.: Cseresnyés (1824-1826) G5IV 16; Beke (1871) 475; Varjú (1900) 262; Szentiványi (1958) 379; Sopko (1982) 409; BH 1696; Selecká Mârza (1997) 78.

 

MS III.157Sermones, gll. Hung. – ‘Modus viuendi per regulas quo ad omnes status’Notae de absolutione et de criminis (318v-319r) –Sermones, paper, 333 ff., 160 x 93 mm, 1497 (f. 97v), 1499 (256r)-s. XVIi.

Prov.: ‘Berensalas, 1497’/ Jászberény, Co. Heves, Hungary (97v); references to events from 1474 and 1514 concerning Oradea and Transylvania (front and rear pastedowns, and f. 275r).

Bibl.: Varjú (1900) 273; Szentiványi (1958) 458 (mistaken = III.154); Papahagi (2015) 37.


BRAȘOV

Archiv der Honterusgemeinde/Arhiva Comunității Honterus

(Archive of the Honterus Community)

E. 144 – ‘Liber promptuarii Capituli Brasschowiensis’, paper, 193 ff., 290 x 215 mm, Brașov, 1452-1810 (1r-50r; 53r; 149r; 155r-158r; 172r-v; 173v); s. XVI1 (51r; 154r; 173r); s. XVI2-XIX (63v-68r; 76r-86r; 159v-177r).

Prov.: ‘Liber promptuarii Capituli Brasschowiensis. Inchoatum per dominum Georgium decretorum licentiatum Artiumque baccalaureatum. Tunc temporis districtus Brasschowiensis decanus. Anno domini m° cccc° lii° in monte petri plebanum’ (2r).

Bibl.: Quellen Kronstadt (2002), xxiv-xxv; Nussbächer (2004), 411-16.

 

E. 172 Glossarium latino-germanicum (fragm.), paper, 6 ff., 210 x 150 mm (cropped from ca. 400-430 x 280 mm), Austria/Transylvania?, s. XVmed.

Prov.: Library of the Evangelical Gymnasium, Brașov.

Bibl.: Seraphin (1894) 60-132; Schullerus (1894) 39-43; Schullerus (1895) 65-68; Pukánszky (1931) 66; Sienerth (1984) 72; Nemes (2010) 180, 183; Handschriftencensus (2010) 22611.

 

MS I. F. 67 Graduale, parchment, 165 ff., 330 x 230 mm, C. Europe/ Transylvania?, s. XV1.

Prov.: ‘Laurentius Bolkescher Hic fuit 1566’, ‘Hic fuit Simon[is] Litterati Brendorffensis, anno 1629 In Offitio Rectoris’, ‘Stephanus Petrimontanus, Rector Patriae laris. Anno 1631 et 32’ (front pastedown); Library of the Evangelical Gymnasium, Brașov (shelfmark 35.b, f. 1r).

Bibl.: Reinerth, Kronst. Graduale; Schullerus (19222) x; Archivführer (2016) 180.

 

MS I. F. 69 Missale notatum, parchment, 335 ff., 390 x 245 mm, C. Europe/ Transylvania?, s. XVmed.

Prov. Râșnov/Rosenau: ‘Sigillum Parochiae Rosenau, Capituli Barcensis Districti Barcensis Ecclesiae A. C. A.’, s. XIX (f. 2r).

Bibl.: Archivführer (2016) 180.

 

F. 70 Psalterium notatum, parchment; 99 ff., 290 x 210 mm, C. Europe/ Transylvania?, s. XIVex.

Prov.: Library of the Evangelical Gymnasium, Brașov (note, f. 1r).

Bibl.: Archivführer (2016) 180.

 

F. 82 Missale notatum, parchment, 192 ff., 410 x 285 mm, C. Europe/Transylvania?, s. XV.

Prov. Râșnov/Rosenau: ‘Sigillum Parochiae Rosenau, Capituli Barcensis Districti Barcensis Ecclesiae A. C. A.’, s. XIX (ff. 191v-192v).

Bibl.: Archivführer (2016) 181.

 

olim III.C.9, III.A.7 – Jacobus de Voragine, Sermones de tempore (fragm.), parchment and paper, 15 ff., 280 x 200 mm, C.Europe/Transylvania?, 1427.

Prov.: Found in the bindings of sixteenth-century registers from Brașov by Seraphin, who described them in 1901; now lost.

Bibl.: Seraphin (1901) 3-14 + facsimile.


BUCHAREST

Biblioteca Academiei Române (Library of the Romanian Academy)

MS lat. 77 Antiphonale, parchment, 104 ff., 435 x 300 mm, Germany/Central Europe?, s. XV/XVI.

Prov.: ‘Resch, Brașov 20 Juli 1909’ (102v); donated by the family of Nicolae Docan (1874-1933), member of the Romanian Academy.

Bibl.: Constantinescu (1975) 314-15; Dumitrescu/Kövari (2013) 167.

 

C.R. IV.497388 – Hieronymus, Epistolae, vol. I, [Parma]: Andreas Portilia, 1480.

Prov.: Peter from Cluj: ‘Petri Coloswarini et amicorum’ (note in humanistic minuscule, ca. 1562); purchased by the Academy Library from antiquarian H. Schubert in 1965.

Bibl.: Pall (1962), 7-34; Bacâru (1970) nr. 34; Constantinescu (1975) 318, 321-22; BH 1127.

 

 CISNĂDIE

 Evangelische Gemeinde/Parohia Evanghelică C. A. (Evangelical Parish C. A.)

 

MS D 5 – Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, Passionale – Symon de Cremona?, Sermones super evangelia – Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, Sermones, paper, 295 ff., 285 x 210 mm, Vienna?, s. XVmed.

Prov.: Cisnădie students returning from Vienna, s. XV?.

Bibl.: Dincă (2015) 460-462.

 

MS D 7Sermones – Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, ‘De septem viciis capitalibus et virtutibus eis oppositis’ – Commentarius in Pater noster, paper, 441 ff., 290 x 215 mm, Vienna?, s. XV2.

Prov.: Cisnădie students returning from Vienna, s. XV?.

Bibl.: Dincă (2015) 460-462.

 

MS D 11 – Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl?, ‘Tractatus de passione Christi Sermones – Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, Sermones quadragesimales, paper, 106 ff., 280 x 210 mm, Vienna?, s. XV2.

Prov.: ʻExemplum: In Helta vidi… Mattheus vicarius ecclesiae Transsilvaniae, plebanus’ (f. 62v);

Bibl.: Dincă (2015) 460-462.

 

MS D 12 – ‘Expositio hymnorum beati Gregorii’ – Gregorius I Papa, Commentarius in sequentias  – Vocabularium latinum-germanicum ‘Abba-Avis-Abbreviare’ – Petrus Hispanus, Thesaurus pauperumVocabularium latinum-germanicum – Mattheus de Cracovia, Dialogus rationis et conscientiae, paper, 165 ff., 220 x 115 mm, Vienna/S. Germany, XIV2-XV2.

Prov.: ʻEgo Johannes plebanus de Purberg feci contentum (per) egregium doctorem Mattheum’ (f. 165v.

Bibl.: Capesius, Ising (1969) 9-24; Bibliotheca Hungarica II (1993) 2029c; Csapodi (1995) 133; Handschriftencensus (2013) 21920; Nemes (2010) 169-196; Nemes (2012) 61-72; Nemes/Dincă/Dietl (2015) 183.

 

MS D 14Casus legum seu Suffragia monachorum, paper, 131 ff, 295 x 220 mm, Vienna?/C. Europe, ante 1417.

Prov.: ʻExpliciunt suffragia legum super quinque libros decretalium, empte (!) per dominum Martinum Heltnansis (!) plebanum in Petersberg, anno Domini Millesimo CCCCo XVIImo’ (165r) Petersberg is today Sânpetru, Co. Brașov; ʻIste liber est ecclesie Walpurgis in Helta’ (front pastedown, s. XV).

Bibl.: Dincă (2016) 312-317.

 

MS D 25Missale, parchment, 212 ff, 240 x 180 mm, Hungary/Transylvania?, s. XIV2, add. s. XV.

Prov.: St Walpurgis church, Cisnădie.

Bibl.: Reinerth (1963); Nemes/Dincă/Dietl (2015) 183.

 

MS D 26 – Johannes Gerson, De arte salubriter moriendiTractatulus Diceret quis quomodo debet homo facere’ – c. Sermones – ‘Prohibitiones collecte per dominum Paulum predicatorem’ –Sermones varii et de sanctis, paper, 277 ff., 280 x 215 mm, Vienna?/S. Germany?, 1450-1451. Colophon: ʻexpliciunt sermones, anno Domini 1451’ (f. 217r/219r); ʻsub anno Domini millesimo cccc quingentesimo, in vigilia sancti Servatii’ (f. 148r/151r).

Bibl.: –

 

MS D 27Sermones dominicalesDe corpore ChristiSermo de apostolis – Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, De penitentia – Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, De oratione dominica – Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, De septem donis spiritus sancti – Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, De octo beatitudinibus –Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, Confessionale compendiosum – ‘Von aufnemung der person in gericht’ (Ge/Lat) – Henricus de Hassia, ‘Moralizatio’, paper, 431 ff., 295 x 215 mm, S. Germany?/Vienna?, s. XVex.

Prov.: ʻliber magistri Conradi Mullner de Nurenberge’ (196r, s. XV).

Bibl.: Dincă (2015) 460-462; Nemes/Dincă/Dietl (2015) 184.

 

MS D 28Sermones – Gregorius Papa I, Liber dialogorumExpositio sequentiarumVocabularium latinum-germanicum, paper, 357 ff., 290 x 220 mm, Germany?, s. XV2.

Bibl.: Nemes/Dincă/Dietl (2015) 182.

 

MS D 43 – Gregoris Papa IX, Decretalium liber IV, tituli I-XX, paper, 255 ff., 290 x 210 mm, Germany?, s. XV1.

Bibl.:–.

 

MS D 44 – Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, Questiones communes, paper, 273 ff., 290 x 215 mm, Vienna?, s. XV2.

Bibl.: Dincă (2015) 460-462.

 

MS D 45De superstitionibus et malis consuetudinibusLegenda Sancti ServatiiSermones –Thomas de Cobham, Summa de poenitentia, paper, 297 ff., 215 x 150 mm, C. Europe, s. XV2.

Prov.: ʻPro ecclesia in Helta debet iste liber tractatus de superstionibus et malis consuetudinibus in certis diebus’ (1r, s. XV); ʻpro ecclesia in Helta’ (2r, s XV); ʻiste liber est ecclesie sancte Walpurgis in Helta’ (198r, s. XV).

Bibl.: –.

 

CLUJ

Biblioteca Centrală Universitară (Central University Library)

MS 224 – Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, Sermo ‘De dilectione Domini’, paper, 2 ff., 277 x 185/210 mm (cropped from larger page), Vienna?, s. XV1.

Prov.: Franciscan convent of Călugăreni/Mikháza (Co. Mureș, est. 1678); discovered in the lining of a mitre that had belonged to Kázmér Domokos, vicar bishop of Transylvania (1668-1716).

Bibl.: Kelemen (2010), 19-20.

 

MS 705Breviarium notatum, parchment, 1 f., 470 x 335 mm, Hungary/Bohemia?, s. XV.

Prov.: Transylvania?; donated by Hints Miklós, steward of the estate of Count Samuel Teleki.

Bibl.: Șorban (2000), 117.

 

MS 707Biblia (Vetus Testamentum), parchment, 1 f., 500 x 340 mm, C. Europe, s. XIV2.

Prov.: Transylvania?

Bibl.: –

 

MS 1030Inventarium conventus coloswariensis OP, parchment, 12 ff., 285 x 210 mm, Cluj, 1509 (add./adn. 1514, 1556, 1558).

Prov.: Cluj.

Bibl.: Eszterházy (1866), 566-585; Elek (1870), 512; Herrmann (1904), 1 ff.; Iványi (1939), 247-56 passim; Entz (1996) 344; Rusu et al. (2000), 105; Salontai (2002), 133-56 passim; Kelemen (2010), 21.

 

MS 1111Biblia (Novum Testamentum), paper, 308 ff., 153 x 110 mm, C. Europe?, 1413 (f. 303v).

Prov.: Franciscan Province of Bosnia, 1425-1431 (f. 1); in Transylvania by 1641 (f. 309v).

Bibl.: Kelemen (2010), 19-20; Papahagi (2013), 40, 46, fig. 10; Papahagi (2015), 38.

 

Biblioteca Academiei Române, Filiala Cluj (Library of the Romanian Academy)

 

Cod. Lat. 15Breviarium Romanum, parchment, 287 ff., 195 x 140 mm, Hungary/Transylvania?, s. XVin.

Prov.: ‘Resid<entia> Soc<ietatis> Jhesu Claudio<polis> 1701’ (f. 1r); ‘Biblioth<ecae> R<egalis> Lycei Claudiop. 1832’ (f. 1r).

Bibl.: –.

 

Inc. U. 98Breviarium Romanum, Venice: Georgius Arrivabene, 1497 + MS Lectiones – Augustinus, Enarrationes in Psalmos (fragm.), paper, 19 ff., 135 x 97 mm, Venice?, s. XVex.

Prov.: ‘Johannes Wyspach’, s. XVI (front flyleaf, ff. 17v-19v); ‘Soc. Iesu’, s. XVII (Inc. frontispiece); Unitarian College, Cluj.

Bibl.: –.

MEDIAȘ

Biserica Evanghelică C.A. (Evangelical Church)

 

MS s. s. Sermones de tempore et de sanctis (‘Mediascher Predigtbuch’, Lat./Ge.), paper, 204 ff., 215 x 160 mm, Transylvania, 1536-37.

Prov.: ‘finit in Alba Ecclesia 1536, deo dicamus gratias’ (122v), ‘1537’ (200r); ‘Kwncz Andreass’ (1r).

Bibl.: Müller (1864/1986) 236; Scheiner (1922) 46-58; Schullerus (1923) 5-160; Bedeus (1928) 18-19; Scheiner (1929) 462-463; Reinerth (1930) 211-224; Reinerth (1971) 75-83; Nemes (2015) 31-36.

 

Inv. 913 Sequentiale, parchment, 70 ff., 570 x 400 mm, Transylvania?, s. XV/XVI.

Prov.: local use.

Bibl.:  -.

 

MIERCUREA CIUC

Csíki Székely Múzeum/Muzeul Secuiesc al Ciucului (The Szekler Museum in Ciuc)

 

MS A IV 1/5264Psalterium notatum, parchment, 165ff., 620 x 456 mm, Transylvania, s. XVIi.

Prov.: Franciscan convent of Șumuleu Ciuc (before 1664); ‘SIG. CONV. CSIK SOMLYÓ O. S. FR. ad B. V. M. VISIT.’ (stamp ff. 1r, 3r etc.).

Bibl.: Radó (1973) nr 61; Szendrei (1981) C 40; BH 3324; Muckenhaupt (2000) 95-96.

 

MS A IV 2/5261Graduale de tempore, parchment, 173 ff., 596 x 436 mm, Transylvania, ante 1524.

Colophon: ‘per fratrem Clementem de Hunyad’ (f. 181v).

Prov.: ‘In die pasche 1524’ (f. 100r); ‘ligatus autem per me fratrem Matheum de Zathmar in vigilia Mathei Apostoli Anno domini 15xxv’ (f. 181v); ‘Conventus Csikiensis 1664’ (f. 1r); ‘SIG. CONV. CSIK SOMLYÓ O. S. FR. ad B. V. M. VISIT.’ (stamp f. 1r etc.).

Bibl.: Radó (1973) nr 176; Szendrei (1981) C 21; BH 3146; Muckenhaupt (2000) 96.

 

MS A IV 3/5266Nocturnale, parchment, 123 ff., 615 x 407 mm, Târgu Mureș, 1522.

Colophon: scribe Clemens from Hunedoara, active in Târgu Mureș: ‘per manus fratris Clementis de hwniad tunc temporis in Wasarhel degentis’ (f. 123v).

Prov.: ‘SIG. CONV. CSIK SOMLYÓ O. S. FR. ad B. V. M. VISIT.’ (stamp f. 1r etc.).

Bibl.: Radó (1973) nr 123; Szendrei (1981) C 41; BH 3268; Muckenhaupt (2000) 97.

 

MS A V 5/5252Cantionale, paper, 110 ff., 285 x 205 mm, Transylvania, s. XVIi.

Prov.: Franciscan convent of Șumuleu Ciuc, years 1560 (f. 90r), 1581 (ff. 5v, 6v etc.); ‘Joannes Caioni, 1680’ (rear flyleaf); ‘Conventus Venerabilis Csik Somlyoviensis Anno 1680’, s. XVIII (f. 1r).

Bibl.: Muckenhaupt (2000) 101-102.

 

 

SIBIU

Biblioteca Muzeului Brukenthal (The Library of the Brukenthal Museum)

 

MS 593 – Gregorius I Papa, Moralia in Iob, parchment, 320 ff., 390 x 260 mm, S. Germany, s. XII2.

Prov.: ʻLiber Ecclesie Cibiniensis’ (rear pastedown, s. XVex).

Bibl.: Schuller (1933) 18-19; BH 2031; Nägler (2003) 170.

 

MS 594 Antiphonale, parchment, 125 ff., 420 x 300 mm, Central Europe, s. XV1.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: Schullerus (1928) 308-309; Szendrei (1981) C 76; BH 2035, Nägler (2003) 171.

 

MS 595 Missale, parchment, 236 ff., 395 x 270 mm, Șura-Mare, Transylvania, 1430.

Coloph.: ʻPer manus Henrici Halbgebacsen de Ratispona oriundi, pro tunc temporis regente in Grozschenk licet indigno. Sub Anno Incarnationis domini Mo CCCCo XXXo, in octavis Assumptionis gloriose Marie virginis. Finito libro, sit laus et gloria Christo. Dentur pro pena scriptoris celica regna’ (f. 229v).

Bibl.: Schullerus (1928) 302-303; Schuller (1935) 47-49; Brâncuși (1978) 112-113; Szendrei (1981) I. M. 32; BH 2035a, Nägler (2003) 171.

 

MS 596 – Missale, parchment, 92 ff., 445 x 300 mm, Hungary/Transylvania?, s. XIV2.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: Schullerus (1928) 307, Schuller (1936) 22-23, BH 2031a.

 

MS 597 Missale, parchment, 210 ff., 325 x 250 mm, Hungary/Transylvania?, s. XV2.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: Schullerus (1928) 305-306, Schuller (1936) 24-25, BH 2032, Nägler (2003) 172.

 

MS 598 Missale, parchment, 314 ff., 365 x 260 mm, Hungary/Transylvania?, s. XIV/XV.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: Schullerus (1928) 306-307, Schuller (1936) 25-26, Nägler (2003) 172.

 

MS 599 Missale, parchment, 246 ff., 370 x 260 mm, Hungary/Transylvania?, s. XVmed.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: Schullerus (1928) 305, Schuller (1936) 27-28.

 

MS 600 Missale, parchment, 304 ff., 385 x 280 mm, Hungary/Transylvania?, s. XV2.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: Schullerus (1928) 303-305, Schuller (1936) 28-29.

 

MS 601 Missale, parchment, 115 ff., 365 x 235 mm, Hungary/Transylvania, s. XIV2.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: Nägler (2003) 172.

 

MS 602 Missale, parchment, 90 ff., 410 x 280 mm, Hungary/Transylvania, s. XIV/XV.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: Reinerth?.

 

MS 603 – Johannes de Friburgo, Summa confessorum, parchment, 285 ff., 345 x 225 mm, Paris, s. XIV1.

Prov.: Item 232 in the Matricula plebaniae Cibiniensis, ‘libri prepositi’: ‘Item summam confessionum’, ‘Nota quod Summam confessionum habet Abbas in Candelis quam concessit sibi plebanus Nycolaus anno ccc primo’.

Bibl.: Schuller (1933) 22-23, BH 2036, Nägler (2003) 170.

 

MS 604 – Petrus Lombardus, Quattuor libri sententiarum, paper, 309 ff., 330 x 210 mm, S. Germany, 1461.

Coloph.: ʻAnno Domini Mo CCCCo 61o finitus est iste liber scilicet per commentarios 4or libri sententiarum que (!) composti sunt per venerabilem virum M. N. Harder tunc temporis collegatis …’ (f. 309v); prov.: ʻCristianus Liebhard plebanus in Weiskudan possesor istius libri’ (f. 308v); ʻHic liber est proprius Michaelis de Helta, artis baccalaureus’ (front flyleaf).

Bibl.: Schuller (1933) 21-22, BH 2037, Nemes (2010) 183.

 

MS 605 – Soccus, Sermones: pars hiemalis, de temporePassio Domini exposita compendiose, paper/parchment, 270 ff., 330 x 210 mm, Germany, 1432.

Coloph.: ʻexpliciunt sermones in Socco pars hyemnalis, de tempore, scriptos per Nycolaum Heyner de Döbelein et finitum (!) ipso die Sancti Vitalis, anno M.CCCC.XXXii’ (231v); prov.: ʻiste liber est Conventus Sancte Crucis in Cibino ordinis fratrum predicatorum’ (IIv).

Bibl.: Schuller (1933) 23-25, BH 2037a.

 

MS 606 – Guilelmus Durantis, Rationale divinorum officiorum, parchment, 205 ff., 336 x 250 mm, S. Germany, s. XIV/XV.

Prov.: ʻparrochialis Ecclesie [Sancte Marie]’ (an, unde?).

Bibl.: Schuller (1933) 20, BH 2038.

 

MS 607 – Johannes de Friburgo, Summa confessorum – Johannes de Friburgo, Tabula manualis de summa confessorumNotae super iure ecclesiastico ac civile, paper, 324 ff., 293 x 215 mm, S. Germany, s. XV2.

Prov.: ʻiste liber est conventus Cibiniensis ordinis fratrum predicatorum’ (ff. 1r, 324v).

Bibl.: BH 2038a.

 

MS 608 – Thomas de Aquino, Summa theologiae, pars I. – Thomas de Aquino, Summa contra gentiles, parchment, 317 ff., 345 x 245 mm, Paris, s. XIIIex, s. XIV1.

Prov.: Holy Cross Dominican convent, Sibiu > The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: Schuller (1933) 27-30, BH 71, Nägler (2003) 172, Dincă (2009-2010) 359-371.

 

MS 609 Questiones super quarto sententiarum‘De oblatione materia’ – c. Guido de Monte Rochen, Manipulus curatorum, paper, 319 ff., 291 x 210 mm, S. Germany, s. XV2.

Prov.: ʻdominus Cristianus’ (f. iir); ʻiste liber est Martini Andree de Novavilla, plebani in Megies’ (f. IIv); ʻiste liber proprius est Michaelis de Helta, artis baccalaureus’ (f. Ir); ʻego Michael, artis baccalaureus de Helta percepi solutis florenos VI in puro auro a domino Martino plebano de Zazsebis et unum librum pro florenis II et ad…’ (IVv); ʻAnno Domini Mmo CCCC Lxo etc. Deo gratias’ (f. 195r).

Bibl.: BH 2039.

 

MS 613 – Thomas de Aquino, Super librum I. sententiarum (incomplet, distinctiones III-XLVIII), parchment, 209 ff., 350×205 mm, France, s. XIV1.

Prov.: Holy Cross Dominican convent, Sibiu?

Bibl.: BH 2040.

 

MS 615Psalterium cum antiphonis, parchment, 74 ff., 435 x 305 mm, Hungary/Transylvania?, s. XV1.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu? > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: Schuller (1936) 29-30, Szendrei (1981) I. C 80, BH 2040a.

 

MS 633Vigiliale, parchment, 21 ff., 360 x 245 mm, Transylvania (?), 1507.

Prov.: Șura Mare, Co. Sibiu: ʻHoc vigiliale fecit fieri venerabilis dominus Marcus Knoll, plebanus in Magnohorreo pro usu et conservatione omnium et singulorum fratrum Cibiniensi, pro tunc collector capituli eiusdem, in anno domini Millesimo quingentesimo septimo’ (f. 4v); ʻDominus Mathias Cibiniensis, anno a Cristo 15XXIII’ (front pastedown).

Bibl.: Schullerus (1928) 309, Reinerth (1931) 195, Schuller (1935) 43-44, Szendrei (1981) I. C 74, BH 2041.

 

MS 637Lectionarium, parchment, 34 ff., 325 x 220 mm, Transylvania? , s. XVIin.

Prov.: ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: Schullerus (1928) 312, BH 72, Nägler (2003) 171.

 

MS 638Sermones de sanctis, paper, 369 ff., 315 x 210 mm, S. Germany, s. XV2.

Prov.: ʻiste liber pertinet ad conventus Cibinienisis ordinis predicatorum’ (f. 1r).

Bibl.: BH 2043.

 

MS 639 – Thomas de Aquino, Tractatus de corpore ChristiSermones –Thomas de Aquino, Super de iudicibus astrorum – ‘Georgius dictus nobilis de Hungaria, Tractatus purgatorii’ –Sermones, parchment/paper, 95 ff., 300 x 212 mm, Central Europe?, s. XV1.

Prov.: ʻPro magistro Nicolaii plebani de Helta’.

Bibl.: BH 2043a.

 

MS 640 – Johannes Milicius, Postilla – Johannes Milicius, Sermones de tempore et de sanctis pars IISermo synodalis, parchment/paper, 295 ff., 290 x 210 mm, Central Europe, s. XIVmed.

Prov.: Sibiu, item xl on the Matricula plebaniae Cibiniensis: ‘due partes Milicie de tempore et sanctis’.

Bibl.: Schuller (1933) 25-27, BH 2044.

 

MS 641Psalterium et hymnarium, parchment, 145 ff., 300 x 230 mm, Transylvania?, XVI1.

Prov.: ʻJacobus Mensaltinus’ (f. 65r, s. XVI); ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: -.

 

MS 643 – Petrus de Riga, Aurora sacra, parchment, 148 ff., 312 x 222 mm, S. Germany?, s. XIV/XV.

Prov.: ʻExplicit Aurora. Hunc librum propriavit autem honorabilis vir dominus Nicolaus plebanus Cibiniensis sexta die ante diem obitus sui, cuius memoria sit in benedictione dei’ (f. 147v) > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: BH 2045.

 

MS 644 – Thomas Bradwardine, De causa Dei contra Pelagium, libri II-III, parchment, 293 ff., 330 x 230 mm, France/England?, s. XIVmed.

Prov.: ʻEx libris capituli Cibinien. A.C.’ (printed label)..

Bibl.: -.

 

MS 647 – Albertus de Padua, Postilla – b. Notae ‘per manus Anthonii sacerdotis de Medies in Mueschna’, Lat./Ge. (337v), paper, 337 ff., 295 x 220 mm, S. Germany, add. Transylvania, s. XVi (ante 1429).

Prov.: ʻRegistrum libri infrascripti per manus Anthonii sacerdotis in Kzeyden, anno domini Millesimo CCCCo 29o; [alia manu] item anno domini Mo xliio in festo undecimomilia virginum obiit dominus Anthonius quidam predicator et legavit iste librum scilicet postillam pro domino Valentino Frenkel perpetue…’ (f. 4r); ʻPer manus Anthonii sacerdotis de Medies in Mueschna scripsi ex postillis Alberti de Padwa’ (f. 337r).

Bibl.: BH 2045a.

 

MS 648 – Bernardus Claraevallensis, Sermones super cantica –Augustinus Hipponensis, Tractatus in epistolam Johannis ad Parthos, paper/parchment, 195 ff., 310 x 215 mm, S. Germany, s. XV1.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu; item clxxxi in the Matricula plebaniae Cibiniensis: ‘sermones beati Bernhardi super Cantica Canticorum’.

Bibl.: BH 2046.

 

MS 649 – Bartholomeus Pisanus, Summa de casibus conscientiaeDe utilitate indulgentiorum Casus summarii decretalium – Henricus Mersenburgensis, Summa iuris canonici seu Labia Sacerdotum, paper, 265 ff., 315 x 218 mm, S. Germany, 1425-s. XVmed.

Prov.: ʻExplicit summa de casibus conscientie quam compilavit frater Bartholomeus ordinis fratrum predicatorum, anno Domini 1425 proxima quinta feria ante nativitatis (!) Marie’ (f. 169v); ʻIste liber fuit domini Wolfgangi Pistoris’ (f. 1r).

Bibl.: BH 2047.

 

MS 650 (collig. Inc. 377-379) – Nicolaus de Graetz, Tractatus de XII articulus fideiSermones dominicales, paper /parchment, 167 ff., 305 x 215 mm, S. Germany, s. XV2.

Prov.: ʻHunc librum cum ceteris libris, dominus Matheus plebanus de Pulcro (!) Monte contulit conventus (!) ordinis predicatorum Sancte Crucis ad Cibinum pro memoria perpetua. Cuius anima requiescat in pace sancta. 1503. O, mater dei, memento mei!’ (f. 69, Inc. 63).

Bibl.: Jugăreanu (1969), nr. 205, p. 104, nr. 353, p. 164.

 

MS 651 – Innocentius IV, Tabula de ordine dicendorum seu Summa de poenitentia – Siboto, Sermones super psalmum miserere –Isidorus Hispalensis, Allegoriae quedam Sacre Scripturae‘Schola celestis exercitii’ seu ‘Vita religiosi’ –Bernard de Clairvaux, De aedificando domo spirituali seu conscientiae – Siboto, Commentarius in Pater Noster – Iacobus de Benevento, Viridarium consolationis de virtutibus et viciisNotae variae, Lat./Ge., paper, 190 ff., 300 x 215 mm, Germany, 1400-s. XVin.

Coloph.: ʻFinita est summa cum tabula proximo sabbato ante adventum domini anno domini 1400 per manus Johannis Vlusch…ʻ (f. 115r); prov.: ʻExplicit summa de penitencia Innocentii quarti comparata per honorabilem virum dominum Mathiam, filium Michaelis aurifabri de Tyrnavia’(113v).

Bibl.: BH 2048.

 

MS 657 – Johannes Zekel de Cibinio, SermoExplanatio epistolarum dominicalium (sermones)Passio Christi, exemplum –Thomas Ebendorfer, Sermones XI de novem alienis peccatis –Nicolaus de Graetz, Tractatus de XII articulis fidei seu Symbolus – Johannes de Kwidzyn sive de Marienwerder, Expositio symboli apostolorum seu Tabula expositionis symboli apostolorum, paper, 305 ff., 291 x 218 mm, Germany, add. Transylvania, 1469, 1502.

Prov.: ʻ1469 in vigilia Visitationis gloriose Virginis Marie. N. Ffrancky’ (f. 199r)’; ʻHunc sermonem collegi feci in ecclesia mea in festo Sancti Georgii, ego Johannes Zekel anno 1502’ (f. 6r); ʻHunc sermonem ego Joannes Zekel feci et colegi predicarique dominicam Cibinii’ (f. 212r)

Bibl.: BH 2048a.

 

MS 660Commentarius in evangelium MarciiCommentarius in evangelium Lucae –Bonaventura, Commentarius in JohannemCommentarius in Ecclesiasten, parchment, 249 ff., 295 x 215 mm, Paris, s. XIII/XIV.

Prov.: Cistercian abbey, Cârța, Co. Sibiu (del. ʻad Kerz’, f. 1r).

Bibl.: -.

 

MS 665Missale ʻCibiniense (Tabula memoriae fraternitatis Cibiniensis, ff. 1-12), parchment, 119 ff., 270 x 180 mm, Șura Mică, Transylvania, 1394.

Coloph.: ʻIncipit liber specialis missarum, qui pertinet ad fraternitatem per Cybynium quem compilauit dominus Mychael plebanus in Paruo Horreo… Anno Domini Mo CCCo xciiiio conpletus (!) est septimo calendarum nouembrium. Qui me Coloph.bat, nomen habebat. Nomine scriptoris si tu cognoscere queris. The tibi sit primo, ode medio, ricus que secundo’ (f. 13r).

Bibl.: Schullerus (1928) 299-302, Schuller (1934) 28-31, Cosma (1969) 29; Reinerth (1970) 113-122, Reinerth (1972) 10-11, Reinerth (1976) 156-159, Radó II 226; Brâncuși (1978) 112-113, BH 2049a, Nägler (2003) 171; Dietl (2015) 188, 193-194; Papahagi (2016a) p.

 

MS 666Sermones dominicales per totum annum, paper, 204 ff., 300 x 210 mm, S. Germany?, s. XV1.

Prov.: ʻConradus, Thomas, Petrus, Nicolaus, Jacobus, Otto, Nicolaus plebani in Salisffodio, que fuerunt confratres capituli Cibiniensis. Thomas plebanus, Caspar plebanus’ (f. 204v).

Bibl.: BH 2050.

 

MS 667Explanationes: antidotum, cedar, papirus (1r) – Hugutio Pisanus, Liber derivationum cum praefatio et registro, paper and parchment, 452 ff., 305 x 200 mm, S. Germany, s. XV1.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu: ʻiste liber pertinet ad dotem Cibiniensem’ (f. 161r); ʻdotis civitatis Cibiniensis est liber iste’ (f. 284r).

Bibl.: BH 2050a.

 

MS 668Quaestiones ad secundum librum secunde partis Summae theologiae Thomae de Aquino, paper, 284 ff., 290 x 205 mm, Central Europe, s. XV1.

Prov.: ʻIste liber est conventus Cibiniensi ordinis fratrum predicatorum aput sanctam crucem anno domini 1515’ (f. 283r); ‘1459’ (front cover).

Bibl.: BH 2051.

 

MS 669 – Vicentinus, Liber gratiae redemptoris – Vincentius Bellovacensis, Liber de laudibus S. Mariae – Vincentius Bellovacensis, Tractatus de S. Ioanne Evangelista, paper, 312, 395 x 210 mm, S. Germany?, s. XV2.

Prov.: ʻex libris domini Mathei decretorum doctor, custodis Transilvanensis’ (f. 1r, s. XV); ʻIste liber est conventus Sancte Crucis in Cibinio; Iste liber est ecclesie in Cibino commorantium fratrum predicatorum, legatus per egregium virum dominum Matheum plebanum quondam Milenbachensis necnon custodem Transilvanensis, cuius anima requiescat in sancta pace’ (inner covers).

Bibl.: BH 2051a.

 

MS 670 – ‘Tractatus de modo et ordine poenitentiae’ – ‘De baptismo et predicatione Johannis Matei IIIo, Marci primo, Luce IIIo – ‘Concordancia novi veterisque testamenti et explanacio Byblie’ – Henricus de Bitterfeld, Tractatus de horis canonicis dicendisSermones de sanctis, paper/parchment, 83 ff., 293 x 222 mm, S. Germany, s. XVin.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu?

Bibl.: BH 2052.

 

MS 671 – Zacharias Chrysopolitanus, Unum ex quattuor (Concordantia Evangeliorum), parchment, 177 ff., 267 x 205 mm, Central Europe?, s. XIV2.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu?

Bibl.: -.

 

MS 672 Sermones graduales de tempore et de sanctis, parchment, 79 ff., 265 x 175 mm, France?, s. XII2.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu? > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: BH 2052a.

 

MS 674 In cantica canticorum, parchment/paper, 124 ff., 295 x 215 mm, ?, s. XV1.

Prov.: ʻliber ecclesie Cibiniensis’ (del., f. 1r); ʻEcclesie Cibiniensis liber 1484 (del., inner front cover).

Bibl.: -.

 

MS 676Sermo – Petrus Lombardus, Quattuor Libri Sententiarum, paper, 405 ff., 315 x 220 mm, S. Germany, 1421-s. XVmed.

Coloph.: ʻExplicit quartus liber sententiarum et est finitus anno domini M. CCCC. XXI, de quo deus gloriosus sit benedictus in secula seculorum, amen’ (f. 377v); prov.: ʻPaulus de Greng(…)n’ (f. 1r, 1426-1427); ʻin studio Wienensi’.

Bibl.: BH 2053a.

 

MS 677 – Petrus Lombardus, Quattuor Libri Sententiarum, paper, 301 ff., 395 x 215 mm, S. Germany, 1458 (f. 94v) – 1471 (ff. 216v, 301r).

Prov.: Holy Cross Dominican convent, Sibiu? > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: BH 2054.

 

MS 678 – Gregorius IX Papa, Decretales, paper/parchment, 288 ff., 300 x 220 mm, Transylvania (Sibiu?), s. XV2.

Coloph.: ʻLaus tibi sit Christe quoniam liber explicit iste, finis adest operis mercedem posco laboris etc. Laus filio virginis Marie, Valentini Mathie de Cibinio’ (f. 286r); prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu?.

Bibl.: BH 2054a.

 

MS 680Commentarius in Isaiam, parchment/paper, 360 ff., 290 x 220 mm, France?, s. XVmed.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu?

Bibl.: -.

 

MS 681 – Rupertus Tuitiensis, De victoria verbi deiOculus animae – Anselmus Cantuariensis, Antithemenon – Henricus de Oyta, Tractatus de contractibus – Henricus de Oyta, Tractatus de animabus –Henricus de Hassia, De humanitate Dei –Henricus de Hassia, Speculum humanae salvationis – ‘De quattor instinctibus’ – Johannes de Fonte, Conclusiones quattor librorum sententiarium – Augustinus Hipponensis, De fide ad Petrum –Henricus de Hassia, Ad Adalbertum, Austriae ducemSermo de conceptione Virginis MariaeSermo de nativitate ChristiFestum conceptionisRegistrum, parchment/paper, 314 ff., 305 x 225 mm, Vienna?, 1417-18.

Coloph.: ʻDeo gratias finitus est liber iste, in vigilia beatorum apostolorum Petri et Pauli, Anno Mmo CCCCmo XVIImo’ (f. 89v) Anno Millmo CCCCmo 18mo (f. 232r); prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu?.

Bibl.: Schuller (1934) 20-27, BH 2055a.

 

MS 682 – Aristoteles, Metaphysica (collig. Inc. 260-261), paper, 56 ff., 310 x 220 mm, Central Europe?, s. XVex.

Prov.: Holy Cross Dominican convent, Sibiu? > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: Jugăreanu (1969), nr. 46, p. 39, BH 2056, Dincă-Baumgarten (2011‑2012) 491-498.

 

 

MS 684 – Bartholomeus Pisanus, Summa pisana – Martinus de Sulimano, Super usu feudorumAbbreviaturae juridicae, paper, 232 ff., 290 x 210 mm, Central Europe, s. XIV2.

Prov.: ʻHanc summmam recitaui ego Galvanus decretorum doctor Paduensis, decretales articuli legens, Millesimo CCCo lxiiio’ (f. 232v); ʻParrochialis ecclesie Cibiniensis’ (inner front cover, s. XVex).

Bibl.: BH 2057.

 

MS 685Breviarium, parchment, 163 ff., 265 x 190 mm, Central Europe, XIV2.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Sibiu?.

Bibl.: Schullerus (1928) 311, Reinerth (1931) 191, Schuller (1935) 45-46, BH 2057a, Nemes (2010) 183.

 

MS 686 – Hugo Ripelin de Argentina), Compendium theologice veritatis – Thomas Ebendorfer de Hasselbach, Sermo de S. Agneta et sermones de apostolisExpositio super cantica canticorum – Ps. Nicholaus von Dinkelsbühl, Speculum amatorum mundi – Soccus (sive Conradus Brundelsheimensis), ‘XII utilitates susceptionis corporis Christi et sanguinis’ –Sermones de dedicatione ecclesie – Soccus, Sermones de sanctis abbreviataeRegistrum libri – Gerardus de Vliederhoven, Cordiale de quattuor novissimisNotae variae ad sermones, paper, 177 ff., 290 x 210 mm, Vienna? and Transylvania, s. XVmed.

Prov.: ʻEgo Johannes … in VIa Pasce 1457’ (f. 176r); the Church of Our Lady, Sibiu? > ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: BH 2058.

 

MS 693 – Haymo, Super apostolum, paper, 111 ff., 226 x 115 mm, Vienna/S. Germany?, s. XV2.

Prov.: St. Walpurgis Church, Cisnădie (Heltau)?.

Bibl.: Schuller (1934) 16-18, BH 2058a, Nägler (2003) 170.

 

MS 694 – Rupertus Tuitiensis, Super ewangelia Johannis, paper, 259 ff., 226 x 150 mm, Vienna/S. Germany?, s. XVin.

Prov.:?.

Bibl.: Schuller (1934) 18-20, BH 78, Nägler (2003) 2059.

 

MS 697Breviarium, parchment, 629 ff., 200 x 135 mm, Hungary/Transylvania?, s. XIV1.

Prov.: ms. notes by ʻBlasius de Zek’, ʻFranciscus, plebanus de Bibarcfalva’, 1402-1440; Holy Cross Dominican convent, Sibiu; ‘Kapellenbibliothek’.

Bibl.: Schuller (1935), 44-45, BH 2059a.

 

MS 702 – Nicholaus de Dinkelsbühl, Decem percepta – Nicolaus von Dinkelsbühl: De tribus partibus paenitentiae (Tractatus octo IV), paper, 227 ff., 215 x 140 mm, Vienna?, s. XVex.

Prov.: Holy Cross Dominican convent, Sibiu: ʻLiber hic est per me concessus ad tempus (!) fratri Marco exuli a venerabili patre fratre Bartholomeo pro tunc priore et pertinet ad conventum fratrum predicatorum’ (f. 1r), ʻIste liber est conventus Cibiniensis ad Sanctam Crucem ordinis predicatorumʻ (f. 2r) (f. 1-218r).

Bibl.: BH 2059a.

 

MS 703 – Aristoteles, Physica, paper, 256 ff., Vienna?, s. XVex.

Prov.: Holy Cross Dominican convent, Sibiu?; ʻ1486 dominica ante festum circumcisionis Dei’ (f. 213); ʻanno salutis 2a feria post conversionem Sancti Pauli 1487…’ (f. 249v); ʻ55 denari costat. Anno etc. 1493’ (f. 1r).

Bibl.: BH 2059c.

 

MS 704 – Thomas de Cobham, Summa de poenitentia ‘Tractatulus de misteriis misse et eius expositione’Sermones – Theobaldus de Sexannia, In disputatione contra Iudeos – Paulus Hungarus, Summa de poenitentia, paper, 206 ff., 215 x 145 mm, Austria, 1456-s. XVex.

Coloph.: ʻExplicit liber iste, laus et gloria sit Ihesu Chrite (!), finitus per manus Sigismundi de Smigen anno domini millesimo quadringentesimo quinquagesimo VIo, octavo die Corporis Christi, in opido (!) Wrschemond in Austria … Amen’ (f. 145v); prov.: ʻIste liber est conventus Cibiniensis ordinis predicatorum’ (f. 179v).

Bibl.: BH 2059d.

 

MS 713 – Adolbrandinus de Tuscanella, Sermones (Summa sermonum), parchment, 199 ff., 175 x 130 mm, France, c. 1300.

Prov.: ʻNicolaus plebanus in Olczna’ (Alțâna, Co. Sibiu, s. XV, slip of paper); ʻGeschenkt von Apotheker Gustav Breinstoerfer 1910’, cca. 1300.

Bibl.: BH 2059e.

 

MS 715 Pontificale Romanum, parchment, 202 ff., 165 x 122 mm, Central Europe?, s. XV1.

Prov.: ʻJohannes Czeckel (de Helta?)’ (f. 202v), ʻGeorgius… de Helta’ (rear cover).

Bibl.: BH 2059f.

 

MS 759Antiphonale, parchment, 278 ff., 635 x 410 mm, Bohemia?, s, XVIin.

Prov.: The Church of Our Lady, Brașov; ʻMichael de Corona’, ʻMichael Blasius de Molitoris Coronensis Anno Domini 1756’ (f. 1r); ʻExcellentissimo domino Gubernatori de Brukenthal offert nomine Bibliothecae Coronensis Johannes Roth m. p. Gymnasii Rector MDCCLXXXII’ (f. Ir).

Bibl.: Schullerus (1928) 308, Reinerth (1967) 131-133, BH 2059g, Nemes (2010) 183, Dietl (2015) 222.

 

Inc. 317 and MS 27 – Johannes Balbus, Catholicon, Strassburg: Adolf Rusch, non post 1475.

Prov.: Inscription on the inner board of the front cover, now kept as MS 27 (envelope containing fragmenta codicum): ‘Blasius Holtimensis (presentem conligauit katholicon) famulus olim viri venerabilis Magistri petri de Corona ac sacre pagine licenciati qui vniuersum carnis exoluit debitum feria sexta post francisci de nocte infra secundam et terciam quasi circa terciam cuius anima in pace ac feliciter requiescat. Anno 76.’; ‘H<eilige> K<apellen>B<ibliothek> XV.a.1’, s. XIX (1r); ‘Anno 179… U. Maj. C. Lib. …’ (1r); seal of Sibiu burnt on the long edge.

Bibl.: Helch (1940) 91-92; Laurin (1963), 280-83; Jugăreanu (1969) nr. 60; Schatz/Stoica (2007) 159 (B-1); Simader (2007).

 

SIGHIȘOARA

Biserica evanghelică C. A., oficiul parohial (Evangelical Parish)

 

MS s. s.Antiphonarium missae, parchment, 185 + 27 loose ff., 570 x 385 mm, Transylvania?, 1506.

Prov.: ‘Explicit diurnum tam de tempore, quam de sanctis. Secundum morem almi ordinis fratrum predicatorum. Anno nostre salutis Millesimo Quingentesimo Sexto. Laus Deo’ (colophon, p. 369); Dominican convent, Sighișoara?

Bibl.: –.

 

MS s. n.Antiphonarium missae, parchment, 5 loose ff., 570 x 385 mm, Transylvania?, s. XV2.

Prov.: Dominican convent, Sighișoara?

Bibl.: –.

 

 

Biblioteca Municipală ‘Zaharia Boiu’ (‘Zaharia Boiu’ City Library)

Folio 261, inv. 316 Psalterium, parchment, 50 ff., 280 x 205 mm, Transylvania?, s. XIVex.

Prov.: ‘Der Bibliothek des Evangelischen Gymnasiums Schaeßburg’, stamp, s. XIX (1r).

Bibl.: BH 2603.

 

TÂRGU MUREȘ

Biblioteca Teleki-Bolyai (Teleki-Bolyai Library)

 

MS 43 – Ps.-Cicero, De re militari – Cicero, De legibus – c. Publius Flavius Vegetius, De re militari –Sextus Iulius Frontinus, De re militari, paper, 174 ff., 225 x 160 mm, Italy, s. XV2.

Prov.: Franciscan Convent in Șumuleu Ciuc (Album Bibliothecae Venerabilis Conventus Csik Somlyoviensis, 1757, A VI. 5/5272); given by György Aranka to Count Samuel Teleki, s. XVIIIex (f. 1r).

Bibl.: Jancsó (1955) 245-46; Kristeller (1989) 474; Deé Nagy (1997) 176.

 

MS 365 Biblia (‘Koncz’ Codex; gll. in Hungarian ca. 1410, ff. 204v-205r), parchment, 436 ff., 154 x 108 mm, Paris?, s. XIIIex.

Prov.: discovered at the convent of Sângiorgiu de Pădure (note by József Koncz, 1860, front flyleaf); ‘18 Januar. 1638. Accepit a Gener[oso] Dom[ino] Gerlestei Gab[riele]’ (front flyleaf); Library of the Reformed College, Târgu Mureș, stamp s. XIX (front flyleaf).

Bibl.: Farczády-Szabó (1973); Sebestyén-Spielmann (1995) 109-10.

 

 

FOREIGN LIBRARIES

 

 AUSTRIA

 

GÜSSING

Franziskanerkloster (Franciscan Cloister)

 

MS 1/34 Breviarium episcopatus Transilvaniae, parchment, 353 ff., 205 x 145 mm; Transylvania, 1462.

Prov.: colophon: ‘Explicit iste liber Breuiarii secundo die festi Circumcisionis domini. Anno eiusdem millesimo quadringentesimo Sexagesimo Secundo Pontificatus Sanctissimi in Christo patris et domini domini (!) Pii pape secundi, Regnante Serenissimo Principe et domino, domino (!) Mathia de[i] gracia Rege Hungarie etc. Tunc per mortem Reuerendi in Christo patris et domini, domini (!) Mathei Episcopi Transsiluani eiusdem Episcopatus Sede vacante’ (350v); obiit Ladislaus Gereb de Vyngard (bishop of Transylvania 1476-1501), 1502 (5r); Güssing 1661 (1v).

Bibl.: Fejérpataky (1883) 108-110; Radó (1941) 189; Yates (1981) 25-27[1]; BH 2256.

 

MS 18/19 – S. Birgitta, RevelationesEpistola Solitarii ad reges, paper, 181 ff., 290 x 210 mm; Oradea, 1444.

Scribe: Johannes from Gordowa (Croatia), active in Oradea: ‘Explicit iste liber per manus Johannis de Gordowa Sub anno domini millesimo Quadringentesimo Quadragesimo quinto. In scola Waradiensi Sub disciplina venerabilis magistri Ladislai de Segedino etc. Item finiui Sabbato ante dominicam qua cantatur post Resurrectionem videlicet Cantate domino canticum nouum alleluya. Laudetur deus omnipotens et pya mater eius et tota celestis curia in secula seculorum. Amen’ (178r)

Prov.: Oradea 1444; ‘iste liber est fr<atrum> heremitarum videlicet Brigide’ (s. XV, front pastedown); ‘Iste liber pertinet ad Zalonok’, i. e. Schlaining, Austria (s. XV, 1r); ‘Balthasaris de Batthyan’ (1r).

Bibl.: Fejérpataki (1883) 110-11; BH 2259a; Mairold (1988) 101, nr. 158 & fig. 199.

 

4/4, 30, 48, 49, 68, 80, 82, 116, 119, 124, 137, 142, 273 (bindings)Antiphonale notatum, parchment, 13 ff. used as bindings, different sizes, Transylvania?, s. XIV.

Prov.: Szendrei suggests Transylvania; Hungarian musical notation.

Bibl.: Szendrei (1981) 104, 113, nrs. F349, F496-507; BH 2275.

 

 

MELK

Stiftsbibliothek (Benedictine Abbey Library)

 

Cod. 1153 Codex compositus, paper, 162 fols., 205 x 145 mm, Vienna and Melk, s. XV2-ex; Element III. Basilius Caesarensis, Ad adolescentes, tr./intr. Leonardus Bruni (25r-35v).

Prov.: The various elements of this composite codex were put together in the nineteenth century (Glassner, 598). One quire (fols. 25-35, formerly in Melk, olim MS A.13, fols. 20-30) was copied by Petrus de Corona: ‘Magni Basilii ad virtutes exhortatio explicit feliciter a leonardo Aretino e graeco in latinum nouiter translata et scripta wienne ad quintum kalendas augustas per <erased: Petrum de Corona> Magister Petrus de Corona. 1460’ (35v).

Bibl.: BH 1984; Glassner (2016) 598-605; Papahagi (2016) 4 et passim.[2]

 

 

SALZBURG

Universitätsbibliothek (University Library)

 

MS M III 19 – Bruno de Segni, Expositio in Pentateuchum, Expositio in Isaiam, parchment, 192 ff., 365 x 275 mm; Northern Italy, s. XIV1.

Prov.: ‘liber Nico<la>ij Stekel Canonicij Waradien<sis>‘ (s. XV, front pastedown).

Bibl.: Tietze (1905) 55, nr. 46; BH 2587; Koll (2003)[3].

 

Stiftsbibliothek Sankt Peter (Library of St Peter’s Abbey)

MS A. VII. 39 – Tertullianus, Apologeticus, parchment, 53 ff., 225 x 167 mm; Oradea, 1455.

Scribe: Briccius from Polanka: ‘Ex Waradino per Briccium presbiterum de Polanka anno d<omini> m<illesimo> etc. 55. Domino Iohanni de Zredna episcopo s<anctae> d<ioecesis> W<aradiensis>‘ (53r).

Bibl.: Fraknói (1878) 89-91; Fraknói (1880) 244-47; Csapodi-Gárdonyi (1984) 140-41, nr. 108, fig. 78; Földesi (2008) nr. 21, fig. 53; Papahagi (2016) 3 et passim.

 

 

VIENNA

 Österreichische Nationalbibliothek (National Library of Austria)

 

Cod. 431 – Johannes Vitez de Zredna, Epistolae, parchment, 56 ff., 290 x 195 mm, Oradea, 1451.

Scribe: ‘Data et finita Waradini die XVI Mensis decembris. Anno domini Millesimo quadringentesimoquinquagesimoprimo. Paulus de Jwanich diocesis Zagrabiensis Rector Altaris s. pauli apostoli in ecclesia waradiensi.’ (56r).

Bibl.: Tabulae (1864) I 71; Unterkircher (1974) 21, fig. 14; Csapodi-Gárdonyi (1984) nr. 50, fig. 33; BH 62; Gamillscheg et al. (1994) nr. 8, fig. 43; Földesi (2008) nr. 34, figs. 46-47, 76; Zsupán (2008a) 117-39; Zsupán (2008b) 16-25; Papahagi (2016b) 5-14.

 

Cod. 438 – Xenophon, Institutio Cyri (tr. Poggio Bracciolini), parchment, 151 ff., 280 x 185 mm, Italy, s. XVmed.

Prov.: Sent by Poggio Bracciolini to John of Hunedoara? (Csapodi); ‘Liber est Joannis Alexandri Brassicani jureconsulti ac philosophi – Budae’, 1525 (Ir); Johannes Fabri, bishop of Vienna, ex libris 1540 (front pastedown).

Bibl.: Tabulae (1864) I 71; Hermann (1932) 22, nr 13; Csapodi (1965) 157-58; BH 63; Gamillscheg et. al (1994) nr. 11; Németh (2013) 161-65, nr. 734.

 

Cod. 1062Miscellanea: Bonaventura, Breviloquium – Figura ad inveniendam lunam cuiuslibet mensis Sententiae ex Aristotele cum commentario – De Prisciani definitione syllabae – Bonaventura, Itinerarium mentis in Deum – Sermo super textum ‘Paenitentiam agite, appropinquabit’ – Honorius Augustodunensis, De imagine mundi – De coitu – Sermo de Christi natura – Expositio  versiculorum, quos diabolus cuidam fecit – Annotationes ut rationes domesticae, sententiae theologicae de poenis vitiorum etc. – Augustinus, Enchiridion – Nota de redditibus ecclesiasticis in Hungaria (in Varadino ?) – Benedictus, ep. Varadiensis (1291-96)? et Anon., Duo sermones de S. Ladislao – Magister B<enedictus?>, Epistolae; parchment, 119 ff., 230 x 143 mm, Italy, s. XIII1, notes and sermons Oradea, s. XIIIex.

Prov.: Oradea, 1290s: The manuscript allegedly belonged to Benedict, bishop of Oradea (1291-96), who copied (his?) sermons on St. Ladislaus on ff. 110r-v and 111rv, and letters on f. 117r; on f. 117v probationes pennae writing three times ‘Capitulum ecclesie Waradiensis omnibus Christi fidelibus presentem paginem (!)’; notes on tithes concerning the diocese of Oradea; John Vitéz (binding)?, then Johann Beckensloer, bishop of Oradea (1465-1467) and archbishop of Salzburg (1487-89) took it to Salzburg.

Bibl.: Tabulae (1864) I 187; Jakubovich (1926) 220-23, 298-301, 357-63; Lukcsics (1930); Csapodi (1984) 141, nr. 109; Vizkelety (1984) 90-93; BH 95; Madas (2008) 110-15; Simader (2013)[4].

 

Cod. 1799*Pontificale; parchment, 222 ff., 308 x 220 mm, Central Europe, s. XVIi.

Prov.: Francis Várday, bishop of Transylvania (1514-1524)?: coat of arms?, initials F. V., shield with St Michael, the patron of the diocese of Transylvania, rule of Pope Leo X (1513-21) (5r); Poland: Lvov, 1567 (1r) and Jesuits of Jarosław, s. XVII.

Bibl.: Tabulae (1864) I 291; Obertyński (1929) 457-74; Hermann (1933) 112-17, nr. 46, plates xlv-xlvi; Berkovits (1942) 259-66; Unterkircher (1957) 50; BH 114; HMML (2015) 15117[5].

 

Cod. 3250 – Aelius Donatus, Ars grammatica (1r-21v); Beda Venerabilis, Figurae (22r-29v); Beda Venerabilis, De metris (30r-47v); Maurus Servius Honoratus, De quantitate syllabarum sive de ratione ultimarum syllabarum (48r-51r); Phocas, Grammatica (51v-68r); Gratiarum actio pro doctoratu (68v-70r); Metrorius, De quantitate syllabarum (70v-78v); Maurus Servius Honoratus, In primam Donati editionem (79r-85r); Augustinus Datus Senensis, Elegantiae minores (87r-113r); Gasparinus Barzizius, Exordia super rhetoricam novam Ciceronis (113v-126r); Ps. Cicero, Synonyma (126v-140r); Poggius Bracciolinus, An seni sit ducenda uxor (140r-147v); Nicolaus Perotti, Libellus de metris (150r-162r); Nicolaus Perotti, De generibus metrorum, quibus Horatius Flaccus et Severinus Boethius usi sunt (162r-170r); Hippocrates, Iusiurandum latinitate donatum a Nicolao Perotti (170v-171r); Nicolaus Perotti, Epistola de studiis suis (171v-172v); Partes orationis latinae indeclinabiles ordine alphabetico (173r-184v), paper, 184 fols., 210 x 142; Vienna (scribe ‘Benedictus Geyslsprunner de wollenzach’, 184v); 1469 (184v).

Prov.: ‘Istum librum dedit ad bibliothecam collegii ducalis magister petrus gotfart ex corona’ (front pastedown); initials ‘P.<etrus> G.<otfart>’ (1r); coat of arms and initials ‘M<agister> P<etrus> G<otfart> D<e> C<orona>’ (184v); ‘M. Briccii de Cilia’ (184v).

Biblio.: Tabulae (1864-99) II, nr 3250; Unterkircher (1974) I 71; Jeudy (1974) 151-52; Csapodi (1979) 395; BH 150; Simader (2007).

 

Cod. 3341 – Burchardus de Monte Sion, Descriptio terrae sanctis – Gualterus Burlaeus, De vita et moribus philosophorum – Ps.-Aristoteles, Epistolae ad Alexandrum­ – Johannes Hildesheimensis, Historia trium regum; paper, 81 ff., 145 x 92 mm; Vienna, ca. 1405-1410.

Scribe: scribe Nicolaus from Transylvania, active in Vienna, copied the Historia trium regum (46r-81v): ‘Nycolaus de Septe<m> Castris de Suben Purgen scriptor wi<ennensis>‘ (81v).

Bibl.: Tabulae (1868) II 263; BH 152; Mitteleuropäische Schulen II (2002) 370, nr. 156, ill. 449.

 

Cod. 4627 – Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, Sermones de septem donis Spiritus sancti (1r-10v); Henricus de Hassia, Expositio super oratione dominica (10v-13r); Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, Expositio in orationem dominicalem (14r-49v); Henricus de Hassia, Expositio super salutatione angelica (50r-51r); Iohannes Gerson, Expositio salutationis angelicae (53r-107r); Nicolaus Erhardi de Graetz, Tractatus de symbolo apostolorum (108r-129r); Iohannes Nider OP, Manuale confessorum (133r-176v); Quaestiones morales (177r-181r); Summula de decimis, de voto, de septem sacramentis, de peccatis capitalibus et de paenitentia (182r-206r); Henricus Totting de Oyta, Tractatus de contractibus (207r-237r); Richardus Fitzralph, Defensorium curatorum (237r-265r); Iohannes Tosthus de Graetz, Tractatus de peccatis oris et linguae (267r-357v); Iohannes Gerson, Opusculum tripartitum (358r-377r); Iohannes Gerson, De nocturnis pollutionibus (377r-384v); Iohannes Gerson, De modo confessionis et absolutionis (384v-386v); Henricus de Hassia, Tractatus de praeceptis moralibus (387r-389v); Henricus de Hassia, Sermones de conceptione BMV (389v-398v); Tractatus de tribus hostibus animae sub compendio (399rv); Sermo de oratione dominica (400r-401r); Expositio decalogi (401r-402v); Henricus de Hassia, Lectura de corpore Christi et de sudore vultus (403r-409r); Nicolaus de Dinkelsbühl, De septem peccatis mortalibus (409v-410v), paper, 410 fols., 296 x 220 mm, Vienna, s. XV2 (1452, 49v; 1456, 176v).

Prov.: The librarian of the Duke’s College, Vienna (the same hand as in Vienna, Cod. 4870, Ink. 5.D.14, and Oxford, Auct. 7Q inf. 1.11) wrote: ‘Eximius vir sacre theologie licenciatus, arcium eciam liberalium doctor subtilis, atque huius collegij ducalis collegiatus meritus, publici denique boni sathagator continuus, Magister petrus gotfart de corona, dicto collegio hunc librum legauit. Animam eius utentes eo, precibus commendant deo. Anno 1476.’ (Iv).

Bibl.: Tabulae (1864-99) III, nr 4627; Unterkircher (1974) 135; BH 189; Kiss (2009) 105 n. 13; Simader (2007).

 

Cod. 4714Elenchus titulorum juris canonici (1r-172r); Hexametri leonini argumenti paraenetici (173r-177v); Consilium medicum (178r-179v); Recensio capitulorum Decretalium (180r-185v); Recensio capitulorum Institutionum (186r-214v); Exordia aliquot oratoria (215r-216v); Tractatus de jure canonico (216v-235r); Schemata de jure canonico (235v-236v); Johannes Parvus, Summa super libris Decretalium (237r-250v), paper, 250 fols., 210 x 140 mm, Vienna?, s. XV2.

Prov.: The manuscript belonged to Laurentius de Krumpach, MA at the Univ. of Vienna and parish priest in Kremnica (now Slovakia), who left it to Petrus de Corona in 1473 (‘casus summarios’ in Laurentius’s will); ‘<d>e corona’ can still be read on fol. Iv. Bequeathed to the Collegium Ducale at Petrus’s death, in 1476.

Bibl.: Tabulae (1864-99) III, nr 4714; Gottlieb (1974/1915) 485; Simader (2007).

 

Cod. 4870 – Franciscus de Maironis, Scriptum super I Sententiarum, paper, 227 fols., 285 x 210 mm, Vienna, s. XV2.

Prov.: The librarian of the Duke’s College, Vienna (the same hand as in Vienna, Cod. 4627, Ink. 5.D.14, and Oxford, Auct. 7Q inf. 1.11) wrote: ‘Preclarus vir sacre theologie licenciatus, arciumque liberalium doctor acutus, atque huius domus precelse colligatus meritus, librorum denique originalium inquisitor pro bono communi fidelis magister petrus de corona, collegium ducale presenti libro testamento suo remunerauit. Anima eius deo precibus commendetur. 1476.’ (Iv).

Bibl.: Tabulae (1864-99) III, nr 4870; BH 194; Simader (2007).

 

Ink. 2.D.20 – Publius Vergilius Maro, Opera [Bucolica, Georgica, Aeneis]. Add: Maphaeus Vegius, Liber XIII Aeneidos, Modena: Johannes Vurster, 1475.

Prov.: Initials ‘P.<etrus> G.<otfart>’ (2r); ‘M. Briccii de Cilia’ (last fol.).

Bibl.: Simader (2007).

 

Ink. 3.C.9 – Maurus Servius Honoratus, Commentarii in Vergilii opera, Strassburg: Adolf Rusch, ante 1471.

Prov.: ‘Istum librum legauit ad collegii ducalis librariam venerabilis vir magister petrus gotfart ex corona eius <ani>ma deo conuiuat’ (Ir); initials ‘P.<etrus> G.<otfart>’ (1r); ‘M. Briccii de Cilia’ (last fol.).

Bibl.: Simader (2007).

 

Ink. 4.F.15 – Marcus Tullius Cicero, Epistolae ad familiares, Venice: Nicolaus Jenson, 1471.
Prov.: Initials ‘P.<etrus> G.<otfart>’ (1r); ‘M. Briccii de Cilia’ (203r).

Bibl.: Unterkircher (1959) 158; Beier (2010) 105; Simader (2007).

 

Ink. 5.D.14 – Johannes Chrysostomus, Homiliae super Johannem, tr. Franciscus Griffolinus (Aretinus), Rome: Georgius Lauer, 1470.

Prov.: The librarian of the Duke’s College, Vienna (the same hand as in Vienna, Cod. 4627, Cod. 4870, and Oxford, Auct. 7Q inf. 1.11) wrote: ‘Magnarum scientiarum vir, sacre theologie licenciatus, arcium eciam liberalium doctor ingeniosus, atque huius collegij ducalis collegiatus meritus, boni denique communis adauctor maximus Magister petrus gottfart de corona, librarie dicti collegij hunc librum dono testamentario legauit. O deus clementissime feliciter tecum nostris orationibus congaudeat. Anno 1476.’ (‘Ir).

Bibl.: Unterkircher (1959) 163; Simader (2007).

 

Schottenstift (The Scots’ Abbey)

 

Cod. Lat. 305 (225) – Iohannes de Polonia, Computus manualis cum commento – Iohannes de Sacrobosco, Algoritmus vulgaris – Iohannes de Erfordia, Computus chirometralis minor cum commento, Computus chirometralis maior – Alexander de Villa Dei, Massa computi – Iohannes de Sacrobosco, De sphera mundi Excerpta ex Regimine sanitatis scholae Salernitane – Adamus Coloniensis, Summa de Summula Raimundi de Pennaforte – Iohannes de Garlandia, Verba deponentialia, SynonymaVersus de quattuor euangelistis et Christo; paper, 143 ff., 220 x 148, Esztergom, 1419-1423.

Scribe: ‘per manus siculi de siculia’ (11v), but also ‘per manus Georgii slaui de Zdencz’ (Co. Zagreb), ‘per manus Blasii Slaui de Rasczina in Scola Strigoniensi, 1423’, ‘lecta per Thomas de Zakan in lectorio Scole Strigoniensis’; Poss. ‘Iacobus Ginsdorfer de wela’ (Béla), ca 1436.

Bibl.: Hübl (1899) nr 225; Madas (1981) 306-11; Madas (1986) 159-75, 334-39; BH 23.

 

olim Ink. 254 (261) – Magnus Hund, Inductorium in universalem Aristotelis physicam, Leipzig: Wolfgang Stoeckel, 1500.

Prov.: ‘Magistri Benedicti de waradino Eram’ (1r); sold in 1935 to antiquarian Hans Mehltretter, Lucerne.

Bibl.: Hübl (1904) 126-127, nr 254; BH 24.

 

 

FRANCE

PARIS

 Bibliothèque Mazarine

 

MS 169 – Nicolaus de Lyra, Postillae in Vetus Testamentum, parchment, 325 ff, 363 x 248 mm, Paris, 1330.

Note: ‘Frater Paulus de Varadino, provincie Ungarie… 1362’ (325r, among other names: ‘Frater Johannes de Ungaria… 1334’, ‘Frater Remigius de Florentia… 1338’, ‘Frater Johannes de Placentia… 1340’, ‘Frater Samuel de Janua… 1358’, ‘Frater Johannes Tomberti, provincie Francie… 1388’).

Biblio.: Samaran/Marichal (1959) I, 221; BH 2358.

 

 

Bibliothèque nationale de France

 

MS Lat. 4260 – Johannes Andreae, Additiones speculi, paper, 288 ff., 403 x 285, Italy, s. XV.

Scribe: ‘Qui scripsit scripta manus eius sit benedicta. Petrus de Transiluana etc.’ (fol. 284v); Prov.: Naples.

Bibl.: Delisle (1868) 239-40; de Marinis (1969) I, 121, II, pl. 101; Toscano (1992) II, 508; partial facsimile on Gallica.

 

MS Lat. 8879 – Breviarium Strigoniense, parchment, 528 ff, 345 x 235 mm, Florence, s. XVIin.

Poss.: George Szátmari, bishop of Oradea (1501-1505) (coat of arms on 10v).

Bibl.: Bollandists (1893) III, 588, 602; Hoffmann/Wehli (1992) 186-187; Radó (1941) nr 24; Corvinus (1982) nr 600; BH 2368; facsimile on Gallica.

 

MS n.a.l. 3119Horae Beatae Mariae Virginis, parchment, 170 ff., 210 x 155 mm, Hungary,
1492.

Poss.: Dominic Kálmáncsehi bishop of Oradea (1495-1501) and of Transylvania (1502).

Bibl.: Fraknoi/Gottlieb (1920-22); Porcher (1961) nr 26; 
BH 2371; facsimile on Gallica.

 

 

GERMANY

 

DRESDEN

Sächsische Landesbibliothek – Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek

(State and University Library of Saxony)

 

Ink. 3122 (1°) – Avicenna, Canon medicinae, tr. Gerardus Cremonensis – De viribus cordis, tr. Arnoldus de Villa Nova, Venice: Petrus Maufer de Maliferis, Nicolaus de Contugo et Socii, 1482-83 + Ink. 3320 (1°) – Avicenna, Cantica de medicina, tr. Armengaudus de Monte Pessulano, comm. Averroes, Venice: Andreas de Soziis, Parmensis, 1484.

Prov.: ‘I[ohannes] e[piscopus] waradiens[is]’ (rear pastedown).

Bibl.: Deckert (1957) 48-49; Csapodi (1967) 248-49; Csapodi (1975) x-y; BH 1156.

 

MUNICH 

Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Bavarian State Library)

 

CLM 14294 Miscellaneum theologicum: I (ff. 1-4) Johannes Varadiensis OESA, Commentarius in Canticum Canticorum (1r-17r) – Anselmus Cantuariensis, Proslogion – Anselmus Cantuariensis ?, Meditationes – Anselmus Cantuariensis, De praedestinatione et libero arbitrio – Quodvultdeus Carthaginiensis, Adversus quinque haereses – Ps.-Augustinus, Liber de spiritu et anima – Ps.-Bernardus Claraevallensis, De meditatione – Augustinus, Sermo de caritateSermo – Gennadius Massiliensis, De ecclesiasticis dogmatibus – Quaestio – Sermones varii , paper and parchment, 163 ff., 295 x 210 mm, Regensburg?, composite MS, s. XIIIin-s. XVmed; I: s. XIViii.

Author: ‘ora pro me fratre Johanne Varadiensi, de ordine sancti augustini, qui messuit mirram cum aromatibus, aromata tue laudis…’ (17rb).

Prov.: OESA Regensburg? (Hauke).

Bibl.: Halm et al. (1876) 155; Csontosi (1882) 219; Jakó (1977) 27-28; Schepers (1995) 481; Hauke (2008) CLM 14294; Papahagi (2015) 44-45.

 

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Universitätsbibliothek (University Library)

 

2° Cod. ms. 738 – Guido de Columnis, Historia TroianaRegimen sanitatis – De divinatione, paper, 195 ff., 295 x 215 mm, Oradea?, scribe ‘Stephanus Uherr’, ‘Stephanus de Rivulo Dominarum’, 1406.

Prov.: ‘Finis libri per manus Stephani de Rivulo Dominarum in festo sancti Procopii anno domini millesimo quadringentesimo 6°’ (ff. 191v-192r); prayer to St. Ladislaus, patron of Oradea, may suggest that the MS was copied in that city.

Bibl.: Vizkelety (1979) 198-202; Schott (1979) 186-87; BH 2017.

 

 

ITALY AND THE VATICAN

ROME 

Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale (The Central National Library)

MS Sess. 125 – Nicolaus de Fara, Vita et gesta beati Iohannis de Capistrano, parchment, 55 ff., 202 x 137 mm, Italy (scribe: ‘D. Paulus Georgii de Sulmona’, 55v), s. XVIi.

Prov.: ‘Demetrius Napragi Episcopus Jaurinensis ex Transilvania secum tulit Anno 1600’ (1v); Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, Rome, s. XVII.

Bibl.: Giorgi (1878-89) 125; Jemolo (1971) 78-79; BH 2583.

 

  

VATICAN

Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana (The Vatican Library)

MS Vat. Lat. 2685 – Innocentius IV, Epistola generali ac provincialibus ministris ac custodibus ordinis fratrum minorum – Johannes Andreae, Glossa super quartam – ‘Rubrice et capitula quinque librorum decretalium et eciam sexti’ – Johannes de Septem Castris OFM, ‘Tractatus super introducciones iuris tam canonici quam ciuilis’ (39r-47v, s. XIII2) – Concordantia canonum in corpore decretalium et decretorum, dicta margarita (only rubrica) – Alexander IV, Epistola archiepiscopis et episcopis… praefatis per Austriam, Styriam et Karinthiam et Moraviam… – Innocentius IV, Epistola generali et universis ministris provincialibus ordinis fratrum minorum…; parchment, 48 ff., 379 x 253 mm, Austria?, XIII2-XIV1.

Author: ‘Incipit proemium in tractatum super introductiones iuris tam canonici quam ciuilis compilatus per fratrem Iohannem de ordine fratrum minorum dictum de Septem castris, scilicet Transsiluanum. iuris speculum appellatur.’ (39ra)

Bibl.: Fraknói (1882) 399-401; Bónis (1964) 37; BH 2571; Kuttner (1987) 278-81; Bertram (1996) 386.

 

MS Vat. Lat. 8247Breviarium Varadiense; parchment, 314 ff., 189 x 135 mm, Oradea, ante 1460.

Prov.: ‘T.B.D. 1460 liber P. G. G. L. E. W.’ [Te Deum benedicimus. 1460 liber Patris G. C. lectoris Ecclesiae Waradiensis’] (314v); Kal. Aug.: ‘Dedicatio ecclesie Waradiensis’ (5v), Oct.: ‘hic obiit Nicolaus (?) cantor waradiensis, 1660’ (6v); ‘Iste liber est sancti Nicolai de Moor’, ca. 1660 (1v).

Bibl.: Ehrensberger (1892) 281; Bannister (1905) 11v; Salmon (1968) I, 188, nr. 398; BH 2578; Szendrei (2013) 406, n. 10.

 

 

VENICE

Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana (National ‘Marciana’ Library)

MS Lat. Z. 197 (1903)Regula S. Benedicti – Formula confessionis S. Romualdi – Homiliae, parchment, 126 ff., 237 x 168 mm, Rimini, s. XV.

Scribe: ‘Secundo nonas decembris frater Bartholomaeus de Koloswar partis transilvanae tempore Clari Abbatis sancti Juliani martyris de Arimino scripsit hoc memoriale et erat hungarus. Dum surgunt miseri nolunt miserere miseris’ (67r).

Bibl.: Valentinelli (1869) 347, nr. 165; Ferrari (1975), 411, nr. 7; BH 2769; Papahagi (2016a) 3-7.

 

 

HUNGARY

 

BUDAPEST 

Eötvös Loránd Tudományiegyetem (ELTE) Könyvtára

(Library of the Eötvös Loránd University)

Cod. Lat. 25Gesta Romanorum – Historia septem sapientium, paper, 107 ff., 278 x 213 mm, Oradea, 1474 (f. 47r).

Prov.: Copied in Oradea in 1474: ‘1474 varadien<sis>’ (f. 47r); Corvinian Library (cf. binding); taken to Constantinople and returned in 1877 by Sultan Abdul Hamid II.

Bibl.: Katona (1898) 401-411, 878-879; Katona (1899), 470-91; Mezey (1961), 42-43, nr. 25; BH 356; Sopko (1982) 71-72, nr 241a; Kódexek (1985), 147, nr 149, plate LXXV; Tóth (2008) Cod. 25.

 

Cod. Lat. 71 – Guido de Columna, Historia Troiana – ‘Epistola Johannis presbiteri’ de ritu et moribus IndorumTregua Sultani Mehmet II cum Johanne de Hunyad a. 1451, paper, 85 ff., 280 x 212 mm, Oradea, scribe ‘Matheus de Stara’, 1475.

Prov.: ‘Explicit Hoc Opus Octauo die Ascensionis domini. Quod fecit fieri Magnificus et Egregius dominus Ladislaus de Egerwara Gubernator Episcopatus Waradiensis. Per me Matheum de Stara. Anno domini Millesimo Quadringentesimo Septuagesimo quinto. Anno et cetera’ (f. 85v); ‘Conventus Lauretani in Ungaria Ordinis Servorum Beatae Virginis Mariae’, s. XVIII (f. 1r).

Bibl.: Mezey (1961), 121-22, nr. 71; BH 393; Sopko (1982) 105-107, nr 263; Kódexek (1985), 147-148, nr 150; Hoffmann/Wehli (1992), 238; Tóth (2008) Cod. 71; Papahagi (2016a) 4 et passim.

 

Fr. l.m. 221Antiphonale, parchment, 1 f., 495 x 320 mm, Transylvania?, s. XV.

Prov.: Transylvania (Szendrei).

Bibl.: Szendrei (1981) F.174; BH 443.

 

Ant. 168 – Thomas Aquinas, Questiones disputate, Venice: Octavianus Scotus/Bonetus Locatellus, 1503.

Prov.: ‘Est fratris Georgij de [erased: Transiluania] alias De Strionio (!) et post mortem eius conuentu (!) s. martini Strigonii possidebit. M.5.3ij’ (Collig. 2, title page).

Bibl.: BH 561.

 

Ant. 929Regula beati Augustini una cum expositione Hugonis de Sancto Victore etc., Venice: Gabriel Venetus, 1508.

Prov.: Professions of friars entering the Augustinian order in Oradea betweem 1524-1539 (flyleaves); ‘Demetrius Napragi Episcopus Transilvanensis’ (p. 4).

Bibl.: Mályusz (1943) 432; Jakó (1977) 29-30; Vásárhelyi (1980) 130; BH 569.

 

Ant. 1112 – Avicenna, Tertius canon cum amplissima Gentilis Fulgi expositione, Pavia: Jacobus de Burgofranco, 1511.

Prov.: ‘Societatis [Jesu] Inscriptus catalogo collegij claudiopolitani’, s. XVI (f. 1r).

Bibl.: BH 575.

 

Ant. 2105 – Johannes Mesue, Opera, cum expositione Mondini, Lyon: V. de Portonariis, 1519.

Prov.: Historical entries concerning events from Transylvania (Cluj, Alba Iulia, Sebeș) between 1556-1559 (front pastedown).

Bibl.: BH 589.

 

 

Piarista Központi Könyvtár (Central Piarist Library)

 

Inc. 6 – Johannes Nider OP, Sermones de tempore et de sanctis cum quadragesimali, Strasbourg: Jordanus de Quedlinburg, ca. 1483.

Prov.: [Dominican Convent of the Holy Cross, Bistrița, s. XV]; ‘Sermones Ioannis Nider Ord<inis> Pred<icatorum> Bibliothecae Bißtriciensi Schola<rum> Pia<rum> donatus Decreto Regio 1777’ (a2r).

Bibl.: Papahagi (2017a).

 

Inc. 7 – Leonardus de Utino OP, Sermones quadragesimales de legibus, Venice: Franciscus Renner et Nicolaus de Frankfordia, 1473.

Prov.: [Dominican Convent of the Holy Cross, Bistrița, s. XV]; ‘Bibliothecae Bißtriciensi Schola<rum> Pia<rum> donavit Sua Mai<es>tas 1777’.

Bibl.: Papahagi (2017a).

 

Inc. 10 – a. Thomas de Aquino OP, Commentarius in Perihermeniam Aristotelis cum aliis tractatibus, Venice: Otinus de Luna pro Alexandro Calcedonio, 1496; b. Thomas de Aquino OP, Commentaria Sancti Thomae super libros metaphysice, Venice: Petrus Bergonensis, 1502; c. Paulus Soncinas, Quaestiones in libros Metaphysicae Aristotelis, Venice: Simon Bevilaqua, 1498; d. Bartolus de Saxoferrato, Super authenticis, Nürnberg: Anton Koberger, 1481.

Prov.: Dominican Convent of the Holy Cross, Bistrița: ‘Hic liber emptus e<st> expensis fr<atr>is Michael<is> Hyero<ni>mi qu<i> p<er>tinet ad conuentu<m> Bistricien<sem> S<anctae> Crucis’ (s. XV); ‘Bibliothecae Bißtriciensi donavit Sua Maiestas Scholaru<m> Piar<um> 1777’ (a, f. a1r).

Bibl.: BH 619; Papahagi (2017a).

 

Inc. 12 – a. Thomas de Aquino OP, Summa theologica: Pars tertia, cum additionibus, Venice: Bernadinus Stagninus, 1486; b. Boethius, De consolatione Philosophiae cum commentario [Ps.-] Thomae de Aquino, Nürnberg: Anton Koberger, 1486.

Prov.: [Dominican Convent of the Holy Cross, Bistrița, s. XV]; ‘Bibliothecae Bißtriciensi donavit Sua Ma<ie>stas 1777’.

Bibl.: Papahagi (2017a).

 

Inc. 13 – a. Guillelmus Parisiensis OP, Postilla super Epistolas et Evangelia, Speyer: Peter Drach, 1476; b. Albertus Magnus OP, Sermones de tempore et de sanctis, Speyer: Peter Drach, ca. 1475.

Prov.: [Dominican Convent of the Holy Cross, Bistrița, s. XV]; ‘Conuentus Bistriciensis s<an>cte crucis ordi<ni>s p<re>dicatoru<m>‘ (s. XV).

Bibl.: BH 620; Papahagi (2017a).

Bibl.: Papahagi (2017a).

 

Inc. 29 – Bonifacius VIII Papa, Liber sextus Decretalium cum glossa Johannis Andreae, Basel: Michael Wenssler, 1476.

Prov.: [Dominican Convent of the Holy Cross, Bistrița, s. XV]; ‘Bibliothecae Bißtriciensi Scholar<um> Pia<rum> donavit Sua Maiestas 1777’.

Bibl.: Papahagi (2017a).

 

Inc. 30 – Thomas de Aquino OP, Summa theologica II.1, Basel: Michael Wenssler, 1485.

Prov.: [Dominican Convent of the Holy Cross, Bistrița, s. XV]; ‘Bibliothecae Bißtriciensi Schola<rum> Pia<rum> dono datus per Sua<m> Maiest<atem> 1777’.

Bibl.: Papahagi (2017a).

 

Inc. 31 – Leonardus de Utino OP, Sermones quadragesimales de legibus, Ulm: Johann Zainer, 1478.

Prov.: Dominican Convent of the Holy Cross, Bistrița: ‘Conuentus Bistriciensis ordinis p<re>dicatoru<m>‘ (s. XV); ‘Bibliothecae Bißtriciensis Scholar<um> Piar<um> dono datus per Sua<m> Ma<jes>t<a>te<m> <1>777’.

Bibl.: Papahagi (2017a).

 

Inc. 32 – Nicolaus de Lyra, OFM, Postilla super totam Bibliam, cum expositionibus Guillelmi Britonis in prologos S. Hyeronimi et additionibus Pauli Burgenis et correctoriis editis a Matthia Doering, Pars II, Nürnberg: Anton Koberger, 1481.

Prov.: [Dominican Convent of the Holy Cross, Bistrița, s. XV]; ‘Bibliothecae Bißtriciensis Schola<rum> Piarum do<n>at<us> per Sua<m> Majestate<m> 1777’.

Bibl.: Papahagi (2017a).

 

Inc. 33 – Gregorius IX Papa, Decretales cum apparatu Bernardi Parmensis, Rome: Ulrich Han et Simon Chardella, 1474.

Prov.: [Dominican Convent of the Holy Cross, Bistrița, s. XV]; ‘Bibliothecae Bißtriciensis Schola<rum> Pia<rum> dono datus per Sua<m> Ma<ies>t<a>te<m> 1777’.

Bibl.: Papahagi (2017a).

 

Inc. 36 Missale Strigoniense, Venice: Johannes Emericus de Spira, 1495. ‘Collegii Soc<ietatis> Jesu Clau<diopolitani>‘ (s. XVII?);

Prov.: medieval collections of Cluj; ‘Inscriptus iterum Claudiop<olitani> Collegio S<ocietatis> J<esu> 1765’; ‘Bibliothecae Schol<arum> Piar<um> Vaciensium 1805’.

Bibl.: Papahagi (2017a).

 

Inc. 42 – Antoninus Florentinus OP, Summa theologica Pars II, Venice: Nicolas Jenson, 1480.

Prov.: Pangratius, OP, Baia Mare: ‘Iste liber est legatus ec<c>l<es>ie Trinitatis siue kathedre predicatorum hungaroru<m> per domi<num> pangraciu<m> predicatore<m> hungaroru<m> Riulid<omi>nar<um>. Predicatores orate pro eo’ (s. XV); ‘Liber hic donatus est V<enerabili> Collegio Scholarum Piarum Debrecziensi, die 20a septembris 1779 per me Paulum Melizer…’.

Bibl.: BH 622; Papahagi (2017a).

 

Inc. 43 – Thomas de Aquino OP, Quaestiones de duodecim quodlibet, Nürnberg: Johann Sensenschmidt et Andreas Frisner, 1474.

Prov.: [Dominican Convent of the Holy Cross, Bistrița, s. XV]; ‘Bibliothecae Bißtriciensis Schola<rum> Pia<rum> dono datus per sua<m> Ma<ies>t<a>tem <1>777’.

Bibl.: Papahagi (2017a).

Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum (Közepkóri osztály)

(Hungarian National Museum, Medieval collection)

 

63.49.C – (Ps.-) Albertus Magnus, Compendium theologicae veritatis, Strassbourg: Martin Schott, non post 1481 – Johannes Nider, Praeceptorium divinae legis sive Expositio Decalogi, Basel: [Johann Amerbach], 1481.

Prov.: Bardejov; one of the owners was Petrus Cibiniensis: ‘hunc librum emi ego petrus Cibiniensis a pretacto d. Petro Anno 1485(colophon p.)

Bibl.: Ábel (1885) nr. 51; BH 672.

 

 

A Magyar Tudományos Akademiá Könyvtára

(Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences)

 

MS K 31 Glossarium Latino-Hungaricum (‘Nominal’) – Sapientia Salamonis, paper, 10 ff., 210 x 142 mm, Hungary/Transylvania?, ca. 1380-1410.

Prov.: ‘Explicit nominal per manus Georgii De regno dicto Sclauonye. Qui nescit scribere nullum putat esse laborem. Tres digiti scribunt totum corpusque laborat. Quis te furetur tribus lignis associetur’ (8v); The Bistrița-Năsăud County Library offered the book to the Hungarian Academy in 1895 (cf. Csapodi (1973) 7).

Bibl.: Finály (1897); Csapodi (1973) 7-8 (with further bibl.); BH 682; Papahagi (2016a) 3 et passim.

 

MS K 32 Chronica de gestis Hungarorum (Chronicon pictum) – Johannes Presbyter, Epistola de ritu et moribus Indorum – Leo Archipresbiter, Historia Magni Alexandri,  paper, 112 ff., 190 x 145, Hungary, 1462.

Colophon: ‘Ista cronica est incepta per thomam clericum de N<ograd?>. Et finita est per me Anthonium de Endreffalwa Natus pauli ffeh. Scripsimus quod domino Benedicto plebano de zowath Nacione de Senpetherwasara. Sub anno domini Millesimo quadringentesimo Sexagesimo Secundo de cronica dezpoti descripta qua Illustrissimus princeps rex francie eidem domino dezpoto in preclarum munus pretulerat etc’ (66r).

Prov.: ‘Codicem hunc possidet Ioannes de Peterfalwa rector scholae heltensis. Quem sibi legauit venerabilis dominus Nicolaus Luecz sacellanus et organista de eadem, qui pestifero morbo correptus, uitam cum morte finiuit’ (Ir); ‘[Joha]nes de peterfalwa est possessor libri si quis eum furetur’ (IIv); ‘ex Theca C. I. Teleki 1739’ (1r).

Bibl.: Csapodi (1973) 8-10 (with further bibl.); BH 683.

 

MS K 435 Antiphonarium, parchment, 36 ff., 251 x 165-170 mm, Sibiu, 1512.

Prov.: ‘Hoc opus fecit fieri Reuerendus pater frater Jacobus grilli Jubilarius. oretis pro eo. Et est finitum per me fratrem Simonem de transsiluania. Anno humanitatis dei. 1512 die Junij. von der Hermestat Rotgyn’ (36r); bought at a London auction in 1882.

Bibl.: Szendrei (1981) C131; Csapodi (1985) 125-26 (with further bibl.); BH 697; Papahagi (2016a) 4 et passim.

 

Inc. 166 – Baptista de Sallis, Summa casuum conscientiae, Nürnberg: Anton Koberger, 1488.

Prov.: ‘Sum donatus Joanni Aurifabro Varasdiensi A Conrado cordato theologie licentiato ac arcium magistro’ (1r).

Bibl.: BH 733.

 

Inc. 696 – Curtius Rufus, Historiae Alexandri Magni, ed. Bartholomaeus Merula, Venice: Johannes Tacuinus de Tridino, 1494.

Prov.: ‘Iste liber pertinet ad me Albertum zegedinsensem Chanadiensem’, s. XVI (verso of rear flyleaf).

Bibl.: BH 740.

 

RM III.63Ordinarius Strigoniensis, Venice: Lucantonio de Giunta, János Pap, 1509.

Prov.: ‘secundum consuetudinem ecclesie waradiensis’, ms. n.

Bibl.: BH 750; Földváry (2009) xxxiii-xxxiv.

 

Országos Széchényi Könyvtár

(National Széchényi Library)

Cod. Lat. 69 Processionale Ordinis Praedicatorum (Agenda Michaelis de Buda), parchment, 136 ff., 188 x 135 mm, Hungary, ca. 1309-1319.

Prov.: ‘Explicit agenda domini et fratris Michaelis de Buda, Socius domini Benedicti Episcopi Transsiluani’ (133r); ‘in Tulna’ s. XIV/XV (1r)’, ‘Conuentus Tulnensis sancte crucis ordinis predicatorum’ (136r).

Bibl.: Bartoniek (1940) nr. 69; Berkovits (1943) 350-51; Radó (1973) nr. 149; Kódexek (1985) nr 51, plate XLVIII; BH 830.

 

Cod. Lat. 366 Psalterium breviarii OFM, parchment, 124 ff., 290 x 230 mm., Transylvania?, post 1364.

Prov.: Kal., f. 5 ad 16 Nov.: ‘hic obijt alexander voyuoda translapinus. Anno domini Millesimo CCCo LXmo quarto’; ‘Liber iste pertinet ad me Thomam madaras <et> est de sede gergio nunc uitam gerens in pa<rte> somlio 1580 nunc uere pertinet ad me. N<unc> …’ (7r); note on death of Sigismundus Báthory, prince of Transylvania, 1613 (1r).

Bibl.: Lukinich (1904) 253-54; Bartoniek (1940) nr. 366; Radó (1973) nr. 59; Szendrei (1982) 19-38; BH 897.

 

Cod. Lat. 370 – Caius Marius Victorinus, Commentarii in Ciceronis De inventione, parchment, 94 ff., 303 x 204 mm., Oradea?, ante 1462.

Prov.: Note Johannes Vitéz: ‘deo gratias. Emendaui quantum fieri potuit et finiui Cibinii 21 Septembris 1462. Jo<annes>’ (94r).

Bibl.: Bartoniek (1940) nr. 370; Csapodi-Gárdonyi (1984) nr. 116; Kódexek (1985) nr 118, plate LXVIII; BH 899; Földesi (2008) nr 36, figs. 11, 81-85.

 

Inc. 107 – Johannes Petrus de Ferrariis, Practica moderna iudicialis, Venice: Johannis de Colonia nec non Wendelini de Spira, 1473.

Prov.: ‘Martinus zas dicti de kysdemeter Transs<ilvanienis> dyoc<esis>’, s. XVI (251v); ‘Collegii Soc. Jesu Claud. 1604’, ‘Conventus Szegediensis 1708’ (f. 2r=1r).

Bibl.: BH 1015

 

Inc. 428 – Jacobus de Voragine, Legenda aurea, Strassburg: [Georg Husner], 1483.

Prov.: ‘item turci intrauerunt Waradinum septuagesima […] et fuit combustum totaliter’ (front pastedown); Franciscan convent, Gyöngyösi, s. XVII.

Bibl.: BH 1044.

 

Inc. 462Legende sanctorum regni Hungarie in Lombardica historia non contente, Strassburg: Johann Prüss, ca. 1484-87 – Jacobus de Voragine, Legenda aurea, Strassburg: [Georg Husner], 1489.

Prov.: ‘Connuentus Claudiopolitanus Ordinis Conuentualium ad S. Petrum’, s. XV (2r); ‘Paulus Sylvanus de Szamosfalva, 1589’ (Someșeni, ff. 35v-37r); Demeter Náprágyi.

Bibl.: BH 1048.

 

Inc. 1200 – Pelbartus de Temeswar, Stellarium corone benedicte Marie virginis in laudem eius pro singulis predicatoribus elegantissime coaptatum, Hagenau: Heinrich Gran, 1501 – Andreas de Des, OFM, ‘Pulcra notabilia de blasphemia’, ‘De blasphemia vera cordis’, ‘Dicta S. Thomae ii.ii questione xiii’, ‘Quid sit quadragena, septena, carena (!)’ (MS, s. XVIi) – Pelbartus de Temeswar, Sermones quadragesimales, Hagenau: Heinrich Gran, 1499.

Prov.: Andreas from Dej: ‘Ad vsum f. Andree de dees predicatoris concessus est’ (colophon p.); ‘As usum fratris vrbany de giöngios’ (ibid.).

Bibl.:

 

Inc. 1218Bernardus de Parentinis, Expositio officii missae, Strassburg: Johann (Reinhard) Grüninger, 1487.

Prov.: ‘Hic libellus exportatus est ex transilwanya per fratrem Bonaventuram laicum de N. ad gyiengies… 15//’ (1r).

Bibl.: BH 1084.

 

RMK III.102/2Missale Strigoniense, 1501.

Prov.: ‘Liber ecclesie Sancti Steffani regis in Maczdorff legatus per venerabilem dominum Martinum transsiluanum qui et in <supradicta?> ecclesia requiescit cuius anima christo viuat. obiit anno 1545’ (1r).

Bibl.: –

 

 

Semmelweis Orvostörténeti Múzeum és Könyvtár

(Library of the Semmelweis Museum for the History of Medicine)

 

11685/S/81 – Oswaldus de Lasko, Sermones dominicales, Biga salutis intitulatus, Hagenau: Heinrich Gran, for Johannes Rynman, 1498.

Prov.: ‘Liber Conuentus Coloswariensis fratrum minorum observantium, jam ad Johannem plebanum de Carasna residentem pertinet. Ibidem ad posteros 1544 (1514?)’.

Bibl.: BH 1116.

 

ESZTERGOM 

Erséki Simor Könyvtár (Archbishop Simor Library)

 

MS 26 (L VII. 8/2-36-4/7864) Pontificale Romanum ad usum Johannis Filipec, ep. Varadiensis, parchment, 179 ff., 343 x 240 mm, N. Italy?/Buda?, ca. 1476-1490.

Prov.: Johannes Filipec (1431-1509), bishop of Oradea (1476-1490) (coat of arms, f. 8r); scribe: ‘frater joannes’.

Bibl.: Fraknói (1884) 1-4; Berkovits (1948) 298-306; Csapodi (1967) 243-49; Berkovits (1968) 76-77, fig. 33, table XXXII; Sopko (1982) 140-42, nr. 288; Szendrei (1981) 60, nr. C 13; Corvinus (1982) nr. 419, fig. 41; BH 1277; Kódexek (1985) nr. 142, plate LXXII.

 

Főszékesegyházi Könyvtár (Metropolitan Library)

Inc. S. l. & a. II. 5Biblia Latina cum postillis in Epistolas et Evangelia de tempore et de sanctis, s. l., s. a., s. t.

Prov.: ‘Emptus iste liber den 40. a Petro Transsilvano’ (where?, s. XVI).

Bibl.: Koroknay (1973) nr. 154; BH 1217.

 

Inc. XV. I.44Biblia cum postillis Nicolai de Lyra et expositionibus Guillelmi Britonis in omnes prologos S. Hieronymi et additionibus Pauli Burgensis replicisque Matthiae Doering – Nicolaus de Lyra, Contra perfidiam Iudaeorum, Venice, 1482-1483.

Prov.: ‘Hunc librum donavit conventui […] Petrus Tegzes Canonicus Varadiensis’ (s. XVI); ‘Iste liber donatus est Mathie presbytero a Vasarhel a […] Jósa fratre ordinis predicatorum sub obsidione arcis Varadiensis, 1557’ (unde?)

Bibl.: Koroknay (1973) nr. 139; BH 1223.

 

Inc. XV. I.141Missale Strigoniense, Venice: Johannes Emericus, de Spira for Johannes Paep, 1498.

Prov.: ‘Missale divo Andree dicatum studio Joanni de Megereche, Ar[chidiaconi] Col[osvariensis], eius are rectoris MDV’; ‘Obyt autem Jo. de Megereche Anno d. MDXVII’ (unde?).

Bibl.: Radó (1944) nr. 39; Szendrei (1981) nr. M 36; BH 1239

 

Inc. XVI. II. 38Formulare instrumentorum necnon Ars notariatus, Strassburg: Johann Knoblouch, 1504 – Formulare advocatorum et procuratorum Romanae Curiae, Hagenau: Heinrich Gran, 1505.

Prov.: ‘Ego Luca de Deche notarius publicus’, ca. 1513 (unde?).

Bibl.: Koroknay (1973) nr. 179; BH 1264.

 

 

GYÖNGYÖS

Ferences Könyvtár[6] (Franciscan Library)

 

 

Cod. Med. Aevi 2Breviarium a. u. Ecclesiae Varadiensis, paper and parchment, 340 ff., 152 x 105 mm, post 1456.

Use: Oradea use, because St Ladislaus precedes St Stephen in the suffrages (Radó).

Bibl.: Radó (1973) 377, nr. 103; BH 1332; digitised at http://www.gyfk.hu/hu/gyujtemeny/kodexek/Publication/15-Vradi-Brevirium.

 

Inc. 55 – Anselmus Cantuarensis, Opera, Nürnberg: Caspar Hochfeder, 1491.

Prov.: ‘Sum Sigismundi Chanadiensis 1574’ (2r)

Bibl.: BH 1385.

 

Inc. 112 – Hugo de Sancto Caro, Postilla super Psalterium, Venice: Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis de Forlivio, for Stephanus and Bernardinus de Nallis, 1496.

Prov.: ‘fratris Mathie de Wylak ordinis praedicatorum ad usum datus ex bonis reverendi domini Sigismundi episcopi Varadiensis qui obiit Anno domini M°-d°-xii’ (at the end of the index) [i. e. Sigismund Thurzó, 1506-1512]

Bibl.: BH 1436.

 

Inc. 176 – Johannes Reuchlin, Vocabularius breviloquus – Guarinus Veronensis, Ars diphtongandi – Iohannes de Lapide, De arte punctandiDe accentu, Nürnberg: Anton Koberger, 1498.

Prov.: ‘Ad locum nostrum Chanadiensem’, s. XVIi (flyleaf ir, 1v)

Bibl.: BH 1501.

 

Ant. 774 – Guillelmus Parisiensis, Postillae, [Lyon]: [J. Maillet?], 1514.

Prov: ‘[…] Waradini Anno 1531…’ (erased, 1r).

Bibl.: BH 1556a.

 

 

GYŐR

 Egyházmegyei Kincstár és Könyvtár (Diocesan Treasury and Library)

 

 

MS A 2 Antiphonale (‘Zalka’, Varadiense), parchment, 318 ff., 840 x 570 mm; Prague, ca. 1490.

Prov.: Analysis of the Temporale and Sanctorale, and comparison to Vat. Lat. MS 8247 (Breviarium Varadiense) allowed Szendrei (1988) to establish that the MS was produced for the use of Oradea.

Bibl.: Rómer (1877) 12-26; Vayer (1954) 132-32; Radó (1973) 530-31; Szendrei (1981) 40-41, 62, C 27; Kódexek (1985) 163, nr. 185, fig. XCI; Szendrei (1988) 21-32; Körmendy (1988) 33-41; BH 1560; Czagány (2011) 503-13; Czagány (2012) 503-13; Czagány (2016) 103-16.

 

 

POLAND

 

CRACOW

Biblioteka Jagiellońska (Jagiellonian Library)

 

MS 2083Exercitia super varios Aristotelis libros, paper, 187 ff., Cracow, ca 1400.

Prov.: ‘Liber Alberti de Bors’ (188r, ca. 1400).

Bibl.: Wyslocki (1877-81) 2083; BH 1932.

 

MS 2332Sermones, paper, 490 ff., 220 x 150 mm, N. Hungary/Poland?, s. XV.

Author: Sermons made by Petrus Nowag, ‘decretorum doctor’, in Alba Iulia between 1429-1435 (351r-57r, 376r-381r, 436-439v), but also in Gniezno, Poland, in 1437 (343r-346v).

Bibl.: Wyslocki (1877-81) 2332.

 

MS 2489Miscellanea astrologica: Nicolai de Schadek Tractatus seu responsio de loco ad quaestionem promotoris ex astrologia judiciaria; Corporis solaris claritas; De significatione permutationum stellarum et planetarum a. 1524; paper, 200 x 150 mm; 43 ff., Cracow, 1518-1524.

Prov.: ‘Collecta anno 1520 per magistrum Nicolaum de Shadek et lecta die Aprilis eodem anno per Magistrandum petrum de Varadino etc.’ (p. 20).

Bibl.: Wyslocki (1877-81) 2489; BH 1935.

 

MS 2751Registrum Bursae Ungarorum, parchment and paper, 250 x 175-180 mm, 21ff., Cracow, 1493-1558.

Bibl.: Wyslocki (1877-81) 2751.

 

Inc. 3162-653162: Isagoga Porphyri ad kathegorias Arestotelis (sic!), Leipzig: Martinus Landsberg, ca 1499 – Textus Predicamentorum Aristotelis, Leipzig: Martinus Landsberg, ca 1497-1500 – [3163a] Textus Libri Perihermenias Arestotelis (sic!), Leipzig: Martinus Landsberg, ca 1497-1500 – Liber Sex principiorum Gilberti Porretani, Leipzig: Martinus Landsberg, ca 1500 – Libri duo Posteriorum analeticorum Aristotelis (Leipzig: Wolfgangus Stoeckel, ca. 1500).

Poss.: ‘thomas de transiluania’ (ownership note, ca. 1500, Inc. 3162).

Bibl.: Lewicka-Kamińska (1962), nrs. 510, 506, 516, 560; BH 1942.

 


UNITED KINGDOM

 

LONDON

The British Library

 

Harley 4868 – Plinius Secundus, Epistolae, parchment, 153 ff., 175 x 90 mm, Florence, copied by Piero Cennini, 1467.

Prov.: Matthias Corvinus; ‘Liber Ioannis fwᵉldwarii Transyluani & Amicorum’, ante 1552 (153r).

Bibl.: Fairbank (1962) 19-21; Wright (1972) 47, 158, 236; Watson (1979) nr. 817; BH 1965.

 

 

OXFORD

The Bodleian Library

 

Auct. 7Q inf. 1.11 – Thomas Aquinas, Quaestiones de quodlibet I-XII, Nürnberg: Johann Sensenschmitt and Andreas Frisner, 1474.

Prov.: The librarian of the Duke’s College, Vienna (the same hand as in Vienna, Cod. 4627, Cod. 4870, Ink. 5.D.14) wrote: ‘Preclarus uir theologie sacre licenciatus arcium liberalium doctor precipuus atque huius collegij ducalis collegiatus meritus noue denique librarie ibidem in pictura (?) executor fidelis Magister Petrus Gottfart de Corona prenominato collegio presentem librum testamento suo legauit, cuius anima o deus misericors te facie ad faciem uideat. Anno 1476’ (front flyleaf)

Bibl.: Coats et al. (2015) VI, 2505, T-145.

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[1] On-line at: http://www.vhmml.us/research2014/catalog/detail.asp?MSID=7944.

[2] Digitised manuscript at http://manuscripta.at/diglit/ AT6000-1153/1/thumbs.

[3] Online at: http://www.ubs.sbg.ac.at/sosa/handschriften/mIII19.htm.

[4] Online at: https://www.onb.ac.at/de/bibliothek/sammlungen/handschriften-und-alte-drucke/ bestaende/bestandsrecherche/vorsignaturengruppe-salisburgenses.

[5] Online at: http://www.vhmml.us/research2014/catalog/detail.asp?MSID=15488.

[6] The books can be consulted by appointment at the Central Franciscan Library and Archive in Budapest (Margit krt. 23; bibliotheca@ofm.hu).

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