973 Works

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 375 : Gradual

Johannes Duft & Balbulus Notker
Gradual from St. Gall, dating from the 12th century, with two illustrations of the monk Luitherus.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 679 : A collection of juridical works

Cameracensis Halitgarius & Medicus Notker
A collection of juridical works from around 900, not produced in the Cloister of St. Gall, but in a thus far unidentifiable scriptorium in the eastern Frankish empire. The two most important texts in this manuscript compilation are a copy of the "Bussbuch" (Book of Penances) by Bishop Halitgar of Cambrai († 830) and the important law collection Collectio LIII titulorum.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 382 : Tropary, Versicularium, Sequentiary

Sangallensis Monachus Hartmannus & Balbulus Notker
An incompletely preserved musical manuscript from the 11th century, written in the monastery of St. Gall, with added supplementary leaves up to around 1400. Contains a Tropary, a Versiculary and a Sequentiary.

Genève, Bibliothèque de Genève, Ms. lat. 70 : Digestum vetus

Germain Colladon
This manuscript, produced in a Parisian workshop during the mid-13th century, contains books I through XVIII of the Digestum vetus by Justinian, in a textual variant different from that found in the version of the Digest most common at that time. An illustration in the form of a vertical band depicts the Emperor Justinian, standing among the five most important jurists of the early 3rd century, who are frequently quoted in the Digest.

Bern, Burgerbibliothek, Cod. 803 : Rotulus von Mülinen: Recipes, incantations, blessings, De taxone liber; alphabetical glossary of plants

Familie Mülinen, Conrad Pfister & Johann Lindt
This manuscript is probably from Murbach Abbey; it is an example of the transmission of texts by the medium of the medieval scroll. The Rotulus von Mülinen contains more than 460 recipes, incantations and blessings in Latin, with selective interlinear glosses in Old High German. In addition there is an isolated recipe purely in Old High German Contra paralysin theutonice. The verso side contains an extensive glossary with over 1500 lemmas from the field of...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 729 : Carolingian collection of statutes: Lex Romana Visigothorum, Lex Salica, Lex Alamannorum

Ildefons Von Arx & Aegidius Tschudi
Carolingian collection of statutes produced in western France in Latin in the first quarter of the 9th century, includes the Lex Romana Visigothorum (collection of Roman laws enacted by the west Gothic King Alarich II.), the Lex Salica (book of Germanic law of Chlodwig, founder of the Frankish kingdom), and the Lex Alamannorum (foundation law of the Alamanni from the beginning of the 8th century). This item reached the monastery of St. Gall early on,...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 244 : Ambrosius Autpertus, Expositio in Apocalypsin (Lib. I–V)

Uto & Autpertus Ambrosius
This is a careful copy, significant in terms of textual history, of books I to V of the Expositio in Apocalypsin by Ambrosius Autpertus († 784), presbyter and abbot, originally from southern Gaul, but active in the southern Italian monastery of San Vincenzo al Volturno. The copy, transcribed from a lost 9th century Reichenau manuscript, was made at the monastery of St. Gall.

Einsiedeln, Stiftsbibliothek, Codex 360(177) : Isidorus ‹Hispalensis›, Libri originum (Fragmenta)

De Monte Angelorum Frowinus, Gallus Morel, Heinrich Von Ligerz, Caesaraugustanus Braulio & Hispalensis Isidorus
Contains works of Isidore of Seville: Libri originum (I-III e V-XX), De natura rerum, and letters exchanged between Isidore and Braulio of Zaragoza. The manuscript was assembled from an assortment of fragments that had been removed in the 19th century from law volumes held by the library of the chancery of St. Gerold in Vorarlberg. This volume was assembled at the request of Abbot Frowin of Engelberg (1143-1178), as indicated by dedicatory verses on f....

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 752 : Manuscript compilation: Pliny the Younger's chapter on medicine; Gargilius Matialis, the Medicinae ex oleribus et pomis by Gargilius Martialis; treatise Oxea et chronia passiones Yppocratis, Gallieni et Urani; etc.

Plinius Secundus , Gaius Plinius Secundus, Quintus Gargilius Martialis, Hippocrates, Hispalensis Isidorus & Madaurensis Apuleius
Collection of medical manuscripts from the monastery of St. Gall, written in about 900, with five longer and several shorter medical-pharmaceutical treatises, representing in some cases the best, or even the only surviving copies worldwide. Among these may be found, for example, Pliny the Younger's chapter on medicine, the Medicinae ex oleribus et pomis (Medicines from vegetables and fruits) by the Roman agrarian and medical author Gargilius Martialis (3rd century), and the treatise Oxea et...

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...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 426 : Liber scintillarum

Papa Leo I, Hispalensis Isidorus & Aurelius Augustinus
A copy of the Liber scintillarum, a text originally written in about 730 by the monk Defensor of Ligugé (near Poitiers), produced during the 9th century, not at the Abbey of St. Gall. The 81 chapter Liber scintillarum is a florilegium (anthology) of maxims and sayings attributed to God and the saints, derived from the Bible and the writings of the church fathers. The last part of the volume contains fragments of lessons from the...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 333 : Haimo of Auxerre, Sermones super epistolas et evangelia

Eccardus IV, Sangallensis & Altissiodorensis Haimo
Homiliary of the Benedictine Scholar Haimo of Auxerre (Haimo Autissiodorensis; † around 878). A much used manuscript from the 10th/11th century with marginal notes by the St. Gall Monk Ekkehard IV with added pages from the 12th/13th century.

Lausanne, Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire - Lausanne, U 964 : Biblia Porta

Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus & Jean-David Secretan
The Biblia Porta manuscript, which bears the name of its last private owner, is an illuminated Bible from the Franco-Flemish region, produced at the end of the 13th century. The value of this unique and extraordinary work lies in the quality of its textual illustrations: 337 scenes of great artistic refinement, very lively and expressive. The illustrations consist of historiated initials, ornamental initials, drolleries and marginal illustrations. The text, which is written in extremely carefully...

Porrentruy, Bibliothèque cantonale jurassienne, A2048 : Registre du renouvellement des vœux des Abbé(s) et chanoines du monastère de Bellelay

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Paper volume containing the renewals of vows of the canons and abbots of the Premonstratensian Bellelay Abbey between 1735 and 1797.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 129 : Hieronymus, Commentarii in epistolas Paulinas ad Ephesios, ad Titum, ad Philemonem

Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus
A copy of the exegesis of the Letters of Paul to the Ephesians, Titus, and Philemon by the Church Father Jerome († 420). This codex was produced at the beginning of the the 9th century at the Abbey of St. Gall.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 831 : Boethius · Porphyrius · Walahfried Strabo, etc.

Gaius Marius Victorinus, Porphyrius, Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius, Arianus Candidus, Gaius Marius Victorinus, Strabo Walahfridus, Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius & Pomponius Porphyrio
A composite manuscript from the 11th century, possibly written at the Abbey of St. Gall. The main content of the codex consists of commentaries by Boethius on Cicero's Topica and on the Isagoge by the neoplatonic philosopher Porphyrius († after 300), Porphyrius's Isagoge itself and assorted other texts. Among these are, for example, small pieces by Walahfried Strabo (Regulae metricae; a letter with the incipit Domino meo benedictus salus et vita) and by Marius Victorinus,...

Zürich, Braginsky Collection, B315 : Passover Haggadah, with ritual instructions in French (Bouton Haggadah)

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Magnificent manuscript with the text of the Haggadah; each page is decorated with rich borders of floral elements and with pen drawings in gold and lapis lazuli surrounding the text. Stylistically the decoration closely emulates Persian miniatures, especially works from the school of Shiraz of the period between 1560 and 1580. The execution of this work is attributed to Victor Bouton, born 1819 in Lorraine and active in Paris as illustrator, heraldic painter and engraver....

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, E III 15 : Humanistica

Tyrius Maximus, Constantinopolitanus Proclus, Mehmed II., Osmanisches Reich, Sultan, Johannes Heynlin, Caesariensis Basilius, Nicolaus Perottus, Johannes Heynlin, Johannes Heynlin, Veronensis Guarinus, Louis XI., France, Roi, Gian Francesco Poggio Bracciolini, Plutarchus, Johannes Heynlin, Johannes Reuchlin, Hippocrates, Leonardo Bruni, Flavius Blondus, Johannes Heynlin, Jakob Louber, Jean Balue, Ioffridi Johannes, Pius II, Papa, Johannes Reuchlin, Johannes Reuchlin, Paulus Senilis … & Leonardo Bruni
This manuscript was owned by Johannes Heynlin de Lapide, who donated it to the Carthusian Monastery of Basel; it contains a collection of speeches and letters by renowned humanists such as Poggio Bracciolini and Enea Silvio Piccolomini— among them an original letter from Johannes Reuchlin to Jakob Louber— with texts by Greek and Oriental authors in Latin translation. Parts of the manuscript are written by Heynlin and Reuchlin.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 82 : Bible (Isa, Jer, Ezek, XII min. proph., Dan)

Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus
Bible manuscript from the time of Hartmut, Vice-abbot ca. 850-872 and Abbot 872-883, containing books of the Old Testament (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel and the minor prophets.) A volume of the so-called "Grosse Hartmut-Bibel".

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 673 : Decretum Gratiani

De Clusio Gratianus & Jodokus Metzler
Important early textual witness of the Decretum Gratiani, probably even the earliest known version. As opposed to the later widespread version of 101 Distinctiones (Part I), 36 Causae (Part II) and De consecratione (Part III) with ca. 4000 Canones in all, the Decretum in this manuscript consists of only 33 Causae with ca. 1000 Canones. The numbering, however, was soon adapted to the later commonly used division into 36 Causae and preceding distinctions. This version...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 112 : Hieronymus, Commentarii in Esaiam, libri I-V.

Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus
A copy of the exegesis of Books 1-5 of the Old Testament prophet Isaiah by the Church Father Jerome († 420). The codex, created during the 9th century at the Abbey of St. Gall as a copy of Cod. Sang. 113, still retains its original Carolingian binding.

Einsiedeln, Stiftsbibliothek, Codex 157(372) : Gregorius ‹Magnus›, Homiliae in Ezechielem prophetam. Liber I

Heinrich Von Ligerz & Papa Gregorius I
This manuscript contains the homilies of Gregory the Great on the prophet Ezekiel. It is written by various hands in a minucule which in general is close to the Raetian minuscule. Some researchers attribute the manuscript to a Swiss or Raetian scriptorium. A part of pages 204 and 206 and the entire page 214 are written in uncial script. The mansucript contains numerous initials with geometric and vegetal elements, similar in style to the Remedius-Sacramentary...

Zürich, Braginsky Collection, K96 : Ketubah (כתובה), Alessandria, 1. Elul 5519 (24 August 1759)

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Like the 1753 ketubah from Padua (K76), this contract makes use of an older frame. The family emblems therefore have no relation to the bridal couple, Nathan Solomon, son of Jacob Samuel le-Veit Montel, and Bella Rosa, daughter of Moses le-Veit Barukh (De Benedetti). It is even possible that the original ketubah is not from Alessandria, but from further away, possibly Lugo or Ancona. The inner decorative frame contains a ribbon of cutout designs glued...

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.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 869 : Poetry manuscript containing the works of the Reichenau scholar and Abbot Walahfrid Strabo

Strabo Walahfridus
A highly important poetry manuscript containing the works of the Reichenau scholar and Abbot Walahfrid Strabo (809/10-849). In addition to a wealth of short poems of both a spiritual and a worldly nature, the volume also includes verse legends about both the Cappadocian martyr Mammes (De vita et fine Mammae monachi) and the Irish Abbot Blathmac (Versus Strabi de beati Blaithmaic vita et fine), the Dream-vision of Reichenau monk Wetti (Visio Wettini) and the poem...

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