915 Works

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 83 : Bible (Epistles, Acts, Apoc)

Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus & Venerabilis Beda
Bible manuscript from the time of Hartmut, Vice-abbot ca. 850-872 and Abbot 872-883, containing the Pauline Epistles, the Acts and Revelations. The last volume (6) of the so-called "Grosse Hartmut-Bibel".

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 15 : Psalter

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Psalter, produced in the second half of the 9th century, possibly in northern France. Following the Psalms, which were heavily annotated with commentaries in later centuries (mainly the 14th and 15th centuries), the Psalter is followed by the Canticles as well as a fragment of a Litany of the Saints not produced at St. Gallen. The beautifully illuminated initial capital of the first Psalm (Beatus vir) on page 1 is strongly influenced by Irish models.

St. Gallen, Kantonsbibliothek, Vadianische Sammlung, VadSlg Ms. 1000 : Iohannes de Utino, Compilatio nova super tota biblia

De Utino Johannes
This 6,5 meter long parchment scroll depicts the history of the world, from Adam and Eve up to Christ, as a “Heilsgeschichte” (history of salvation); central events are illustrated with multicolored pen and ink drawings. Representing later epochs up to the middle of the 14th century, tables list the popes up to Innocent IV (elected in 1352) as well as the kings and emperors up to Charles IV.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 170 : Augustinus, De consensu evangelistarum

Aurelius Augustinus
This copy of the work De consensu evangelistarum libri quattuor by the Church Father Augustine is important to textual history; it was produced during the 9th century at the Abbey of St. Gall.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 627 : Flavius Josephus, Bellum Judaicum, 1. VII

Eccardus IV, Sangallensis, Sangallensis Grimaldus, Aquileiensis Rufinus & Flavius Josephus
A copy of the work Bellum Judaicum (the Jewish War) by the Jewish author Flavius Josephus (1st century AD), produced in the 9th century, probably not at the Abbey of St. Gall, by the hands of eight different scribes.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 109 : In psalmos (1-59)

Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus & Sangallensis Winitharius
A Winithar manuscript: Jerome, commentary on the Psalms 1 to 59.

St. Gallen, Kantonsbibliothek, Vadianische Sammlung, VadSlg Ms. 484 : Heinrich Schlüsselfelder

Jakob Studer, Heinrich Schlüsselfelder & Heinrich Schlüsselfelder
Heinrich Schlüsselfelder's work, Blumen der Tugend, a collection of brief instructive tales, is derived from an Italian model. The author, originally from Nürnberg, translated them into German in 1468 in Italy. The paper is of Italian manufacture; the Lombard initials, the binding stamp and what remains of the fasteners are all of Italian design. For illustrations Schlüsselfelder used early Italian copperplate engravings portraying the cardinal virtues and a unicorn; slightly later he, or a reader,...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 543 : Manfred Barbarini Lupus, Chants in four parts for the Liturgy of the Hours for the principal feast days of the liturgical year

Diethelm Blarer Von Wartensee, Manfred Barbarini Lupus & Heinrich Keller
Large-format antiphonary with chants in four parts, written and illuminated between 1562 and 1564. By order of Prince-Abbot Diethelm Blarer (1530-1564), the Italian Manfred Barbarini Lupus from Correggio composed the pieces for four voices - antiphons, responsories, hymns and psalms for the principal feast days of the liturgical year as well as passions according to Matthew, Mark and Luke. Father Heinrich Keller (1518-1567) wrote the text and the illuminator Kaspar Härtli from Lindau on Lake...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 435 : Expositio libri comitis

Aurelius Augustinus, Papa Gregorius I, Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus & Venerabilis Beda
An incomplete copy of the Expositio libri comitis, a selection of Epistle and Gospel readings organized according to the Church year, composed by the Benedictine monk Smaragdus of St. Mihiel (near Verdun; † ca. 840). This copy produced at the women's cloister of Chelles Abbey near Paris was produced in about 810 and is the oldest known surviving copy.

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, A VIII 2 : Sermones capitulares Cartusiensium

De Calcar Henricus, Heinrich Arnoldi, Hieronymus Brünick De Lignitz OCart, Georgius Carpentarii & Johannes Loy
This paper manuscript, prepared specifically by the scribe Johannes Loy for the Carthusian Monastery of Basel, contains a collection of sermons for reading in the chapter. The sermons were written by three Carthusians: Hieronymus Brönick, Heinrich Arnoldi and Heinrich Eger von Kalkar. An introductory note on folio 1v explains that in order to avoid uniformity, which is the mother of tedium, four different sermons are assembled for every feast day so that the same sermon...

Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cod. Bodmer 20 : Chronicle of Bertrand du Guesclin (Version B)

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The Chronique de Bertrand du Guesclin (Version B) is one of the two prose versions of Cuvelier's epic poem Chanson de Bertrand du Guesclin. This work recounts the life of the Constable for Charles V, from his childhood to his death.

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, AR I 2 : Georg Carpentarius: Registrum pro antiqua bibliotheca cartusiae Basiliensis

Nicolaus Molitor, Georgius Carpentarii, Georgius Carpentarii & Georgius Carpentarii
Around 1520, Georg Carpentarius, the librarian of the Carthusian Monastery of Basel at the time, compiled a shelf list for the library. This catalog consists of two volumes, one each for the two library rooms of the Bibliotheca antiqua (AR I 2) and the Bibliotheca nova (AR I 3). The catalog for the Bibliotheca antiqua is preceded by the so-called “Informatorium bibliothecarii”, a guide for the librarian which instructs him in his tasks, among them...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 635 : Paulus Diaconus, Historia Longobardorum

Pater Pius Kolb, Diaconus Paulus & Ildefons Von Arx
This is a copy, significant in terms of textual history, of the Historia Longobardorum (History of the Langobards) by the Langobard monk and author Paulus Diaconus († 797/799), who was active in Montecassino. It was written in northern Italy, possibly in Verona, around 800 by a variety of hands. The volume has been at the monastery of St. Gall since the 9th century already.

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, E II 16 : Eusebius, Ecclesiastica historia Rufino interprete, cum eiusdem continuatione

Jakob Louber, Caesariensis Eusebius, Aquileiensis Rufinus & Heinrich Arnoldi
This Eusebius manuscript is from the 14th century and was already part of the holdings of the Carthusian Monastery of Basel under Heinrich Arnoldi (prior between 1449 and 1480). The manuscript is made of high quality calfskin vellum; it is carefully written and rubricated, in part with pen-flourish initials. The manuscript contains various 14th and 15th century additions; the binding is from the 19th century.

Trogen, Kantonsbibliothek Appenzell Ausserrhoden, Ms. 301-2 : Johann Georg Schläpfer, Lucubrationen or scientific treatises

Johann Georg Schläpfer
Three volumes of scientific treatises by Johann Georg Schläpfer on historical, biological, geological, medical and philosophical topics as well as several drawings and watercolors of landscapes, plants, animals and anatomical specimens, made by Johann Ulrich Fitzi.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 850 : Cicero, Tusculanae disputationes, De finibus bonorum et malorum, De natura deorum, De divinatione

Marcus Tullius Cicero & Papst Nikolaus V.
This codex, written in humanist minuscule, contains philosophical works by Marcus Tullius Cicero (106–43 BC): pp. 3–121 Tusculanae disputationes (“Tusculan Disputations”), pp. 121–248 De finibus bonorum et malorum (“On the Ends of Good and Evil”), pp. 249–344 De natura deorum (“On the Nature of the Gods”) and pp. pp. 345–416 De divinatione (“On Divination”). The coat of arms on p. 3 (four bearded male faces in profile, arranged in a circle) most likely was that...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 833 : Commentaries on the Isagoge of Porphyrius

Porphyrius & Anonymus
A copy for practical use transmitting numerous anonymous commentaries on the Isagoge of Porphyrius († after 300) as well as various philosophical works by Aristotle and Boethius, almost certainly written during the 12th century.

Einsiedeln, Stiftsbibliothek, Codex 347(975) : Eusebius ‹Caesariensis›, Historia ecclesiastica

Heinrich Von Ligerz, Caesariensis Eusebius & Gallus Morel
This manuscript, written in Rhaetian minuscule, contains selected chapters of the ecclesiastical history of Eusebius of Caesarea.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 390 : Antiphonarium officii (Antiphonary for liturgy of the hours)

Hartker & Hartker
Winter volume of the so-called Hartker Antiphonary: Chants for the liturgy of the hours of the St. St. Gall monks, written and provided with finest neumes by the St. St. Gall monk Hartker. A masterpiece of script, neumes and illuminated initials. The most important choral manuscript, with four colored pen drawings of outstanding quality.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 264 : Prognostica Juliani

Toletanus Iulianus & Eccardus IV, Sangallensis
This copy of the Prognosticum futuri saeculi by Julian of Toledo is significant to textual history, as it is one of the first comprehensive and systematically constructed eschatologies in Christian literature. It was produced in the Abbey of St. Gall during the last third of the 9th century. Includes glosses, among them some by the hand of Ehhekart IV., and at the end of the manuscript a short note about the works of the St....

Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cod. Bodmer 601b : Tale of Ise, second book (Ise Monogatari, ge)

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The Tale of Ise is one of the earliest and most well-known example of uta monogatari, a subgenre of the monogatari, which focuses on waka poetry with the narrative evolving around the poetry. Its authorship, as well as the exact date of composition remain unclear, but it is today dated to the early Heian period. It is also known by the title "Zaigo chūjō nikki", or "Diaries of the Prince Ariwara no Narihira". The main...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 1426 : History of the house of the lay brothers of the Monastery of St. Gall

Joseph Bloch
The St. Gall Conventual P. Joseph Bloch (1754−1799) compiled this history of the lay brothers of the Monastery of St. Gall from numerous sources in 1793. The text is written partly in Latin and partly in German. In the first part (fol. 6r−21r), Bloch introduces the institution of the lay brothers. He describes the residences of the lay brothers or conversi over the centuries, he discusses their tasks and duties and their conduct with respect...

Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cod. Bodmer 57 : Dante, Commedia, etc. (Codice Severoli)

Da Gubbio Bosone, Imolensis Benevenutus, Duc Jean Bourgogne, Jacopo Alighieri, Giuseppe Renato Imperiali, Bernardo Scannabecchi, Horace De Landau, Alighieri Dante & Menghino Da Ravenna Mezzani
Copied in 1378 by Francesco di maestro Tura of Cesena, who included both a date and a signature at the end of the volume, the Codex Severoli opens each of the three sections of the Commedia with an historiated initial. A number of interlinear glosses explicate the verses of the Paradiso.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 448 : Liber Ordinarius of Hersfeld / Ordinarium Sangallense

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Liber Ordinarius from the second quarter of the 15th century with liturgical instructions for the mass of the monks of St. Gall during the presence of reformist monks from the monastery ofHersfeld between 1430 and 1439. The Liber Ordinarius, dated 1432 (p. 36), seems to have been made for the monastery ofSt. Gall following a model from Hersfeld (in the northeast of Hesse); however, some parts are not yet adapted for the monastery ofSt. Gall....

Zürich, Braginsky Collection, B173 : Sefer Sod Adonai im Sharvit ha-Zahav (Book of the Lord’s Mystery with the [commentary] "Golden Scepter")

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The titel of this mohel book (circumcision book) from 1716 is Book of the Lord’s Mystery with the [commentary] "Golden Scepter"; based on the style and script of the scribe (Sofer), it can be attributed to Aryeh ben Judah Leib of Trebitsch (Moravia), who was active in Vienna. The manuscript contains several illustrations of various scenes: among others on the title page there is a depiction of a group of people in a synagog engaged...

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