60 Works

Recensione a "L’altra metà del Risorgimento. Volti e voci di patriote venete", a c. di Nadia Filippini e Liviana Gazzetta, Verona, Cierre, 2011.

Giulia Brian
Questa recensione intende presentare il volume a cura di Nadia Filippini e Liviana Gazzetta "L’altra metà del Risorgimento. Volti e voci di patriote venete" (Cierre 2011): esso si articola in due sezioni, una galleria di profili di trentatré patriote che, pur avendo fatto la Storia, facilmente sarebbero rimaste nel silenzio, e un prezioso archivio di documenti vergati dalle stesse. Le biografie, le testimonianze e la struttura ‘dinamica’ permettono al lettore e alla lettrice di seguire...

Relational database of treatment planning system information

Michael Eugene Kantor, Peter Balter & George Starkschall
The purpose of the present work was to develop a relational database and associated applications to facilitate retrospective review of data present in radiation treatment plans. The data source was a commercial radiation treatment planning system (Pinnacle3, Philips Medical Systems, Milpitas CA), which is specifically characterized by an open data storage format and internal scripting capability. The database is an open-source, relational database (PostgreSQL, PostgreSQL Global Development Group, http://www.postgresql.org). The data is presented through a...

"Dopo il divorzio" (1902, 1905, 1920) di Grazia Deledda: 'opus in fieri' sul riso del moderno

Margherita Heyer-Caput
Grazia Deledda, the second Italian and the second woman ever to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1926, is generally cosidered a significant, yet «regional» Italian woman writer of the turn of the century, suspended between Verismo and Decadentismo. More recently, critical studies published both in North America and Italy have underlined the relevance of Deledda’s narrative for modernist discourse. A case in point is the widely neglected novel "Dopo il divorzio". Published...

Recensione a Dacia Maraini, "L’amore rubato", Milano, Rizzoli, 2012

Sibilla Destefani
"L’amore rubato", ultima fatica letteraria di Dacia Maraini, indaga il problema della violenza di genere attraverso la sua rappresentazione letteraria. Con otto racconti brevi, la scrittrice italiana mette in scena donne e bambine vittime di violenza; una violenza perpetrata all’interno e all’esterno della famiglia, sullo sfondo di una società che appare incapace di scindere l’amore dal possesso. In questa sede, oltre che a fornire una sintesi esaustiva del testo, si propone una chiave d’interpretazione del...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 312 : Remigius of Auxerre, Expositio in psalmos

Altissiodorensis Remigius
One of only three surviving manuscrips of “Version 1” (Stegmüller, Nr. 7212) of a commentary by Remigius of Auxerre (841-908) on the Psalms (Expositio in psalmos), written in the 12th century at the monastery ofSt. Gall. The other two manuscripts are in the Bibliothèque Municipale of Reims. Like one of these other two codices in Reims, the St. Gall manuscript does not contain a complete copy of the text; the manuscript ends with the commentary...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 438 : Psalter with antiphons and hymns, hymnal

Balbulus Notker
This manuscript probably was written at the behest of St. Gall Abbot Ulrich Rösch (1463-1491). The manuscript’s principal part consists of a Psalter with the Psalms in biblical order, as well as several liturgical rubrics, antiphons (partly only with the Initium), and hymns, followed by the Pater noster, the Credo, biblical Cantica, the Te Deum, a litany und more Cantica. The final part, from fol. 135v, consists of a hymnal, which also contains a Sequence...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 854 : Cicero, Topica; Boethius, Commentary on Cicero's Topica

Marcus Tullius Cicero, Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius & Pater Pius Kolb
This manuscript, probably not written in St. Gall, contains Cicero’s Topica on pp. 1-21 (defective at the end), and Boethius’ commentary on that work on pp. 21-216. On the inside of the front cover, one can discern the negative impression of a page from the Edictum Rothari (Cod. Sag. 730, p. 17).

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 1142 : Liturgical manuscript with Latin and German texts from the Cistercian Nuns’ Cloister Günterstal near Freiburg im Breisgau

Aurelius Augustinus, Nazianzenus Gregorius, Heinrich Seuse & Venerabilis Beda
Liturgical manuscript from the Cistercian Nuns’ Cloister Günterstal near Freiburg im Breisgau, written by various hands, partly in Latin and partly in German. The manuscript was purchased in the year 1782 by the St. Gall monk Gall Metzler (1743-1820), parish priest in Ebringen near Freiburg, which was owned by St. Gall; it contains, among other texts, a calendar (p. 1-12), sermons (p. 57-213), pericopes from the Epistles and from the Gospels (p. 222-271), further liturgical...

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...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 990 : Composite manuscript of ascetic content with spiritual treatises by the Dominican Monk Wendelin Fabri from Pforzheim

Von Hertenstein Dorothea, Ildefons Von Arx, Regina Sattler & Wendelin Fabri
This manuscript was written in the years 1521 and 1522 by the copyists Regina Sattler, Dorothea von Hertenstein and Elisabeth Schaigenwiler in the Dominican Cloister St. Katharina in St. Gall; it is the only manuscript to transmit the spiritual works of the Dominican Monk Wendelin Fabri (around 1465 - after 1533), who was born in Pforzheim. Between 1510 and1518, while Spiritual (chaplain and confessor) at the Dominican Cloister Zoffingen in Constance, for reading aloud during...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 320 : Composite manuscript with homiletic and historiographic works

Remensis Robertus, Claraevallensis Bernardus & De Iona Adamnanus
Latin composite manuscript from the period between 1150 and 1250, written in Southern Germany, perhaps even in St. Gall. The volume contains (not quite complete) the sermons of Bernard of Clairvaux on the Old Testament Song of Songs (Sermones super cantica canticorum), the history of the First Crusade by Robert of Reims (Historia Hierosolimitana), the work De locis sanctis by the Irish scholar and saint Adomnán of Iona († 704), a Relatio about the Apostle...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 440 : Psalter with antiphons and hymns, hymnal

Balbulus Notker
This manuscript was written at the behest of St. Gall Abbot Ulrich Rösch (1463-1491) (dating on f. 227r: 1467). Its content corresponds substantially to that of Cod. Sang. 438: a Psalter with the Psalms in biblical order, as well as several liturgical rubrics, antiphons (partly only with the Initium) and hymns are followed from f. 148v by Cantica, and from f. 172v by a hymnal. Antiphons and hymns have melodies in German plainsong notation ("Hufnagelnotation")...

Influence of health systems in malaria case management as part of malaria control in Tanzania

Irene M. Masanja, Savigny, Don <> & David Schellenberg
Diss. Phil.-Nat. Univ. Basel, 2013. - Ref.: Donald de Savigny, David Schellenberg

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 1141 : Liturgical manuscript with Latin and German texts from the Cistercian Nuns’ Cloister Günterstal near Freiburg im Breisgau

(:Unav)
Liturgical manuscript from the Cistercian Nuns’ Cloister Günterstal near Freiburg im Breisgau, written by various hands, partly in Latin and partly in German. The manuscript is damaged at the end. It was purchased in the year 1782 by the St. Gall monk Gall Metzler (1743-1820), parish priest in Ebringen near Freiburg, which was owned by St. Gall. The manuscript contains, among other texts, readings on the martyrology and on the Rule of Saint Benedict for...

Bern, Burgerbibliothek, Cod. 4 : Biblia latina (Vulgata), Part 2: Solomon to Apocalypse (incomplete)

Jacques Bongars & Jakob Von Gravisset
Latin Bible, designed as a pandect (i.e. in one volume), following the recension of Alcuin of York. Several copies of these Alcuin Bibles, manufactured in the scriptorium of St. Martin of Tours, have survived; with their finely graded hierarchy of scripts and harmonious proportions, they are considered monuments of Carolingian book production.

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.

<> study on the epidemiology of rosacea

Julia Spoendlin, Christian Surber & Christoph Meier
Diss. Phil.- Nat. Univ. Basel, 2013. - Ref.: Christoph Meier, Christian Surber

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 222 : Isidore of Seville, Liber officiorum

Hispalensis Isidorus
De ecclesiasticis officiis by Isidore of Seville (p. 2-134), at the end of the volume a Benedictio Crucis (p. 135), a commentary on the baptismal rite Primitus paganus (p. 137-139), then Capitula e canonibus excerpta (p. 139–142), and finally a rhythmic prayer to St. Gall (p. 146/147), added in the 13th century at the Monastery of St. Gall. A simple manuscript for regular use in a handy size, in St. Gall at least since the...

On-surface magnetochemistry

Christian Wäckerlin, Thomas Jung & Ernst Meyer
Diss. Phil.-Nat. Univ. Basel, 2013. - Ref.: Thomas Jung, Ernst Meyer

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 365 : Lectionarium plenarium

(:Unav)
This unadorned manuscript, which was probably not produced in St. Gall, is a double lectionary or Lectionarium plenarium sive „Comes duplex“. The lectionary follows the pericope practice of the city of Rome and contains all the readings for the Mass (Old Testament / Acts of the Apostles, letters and gospels). It begins with Christmas but is defective in the beginning.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 1758 : Graduale de tempore, Ordinarium missae, Sequentiar

(:Unav)
This large-format manuscript, which forms a unit with Cod. Sang. 1757, contains chants for the Mass – Proprium de tempore, Ordinarium missae (partially troped), Sequences and votive Masses - in German plainsong notation ("Hufnagelnotation") in a four line-system. Multiple pieces have been deleted and replaced with other pieces. Together with Cod. Sang. 1757, this codex presents the oldest systematic St. Gall records of sequences on a musical staff. Several pages have book decorations in the...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 1869 : Sermons and spiritual instructions for the sisters of the Dominican cloister St. Katharinen in St. Gall

Angela Varnbühler, Anselm Von Canterbury & Von Schönau Cordula
Composite manuscript with sermons and spiritual instructions, written around 1487 in the Dominican cloister St. Katharinen in St. Gall by the prioress Angela Varnbüeler. Among others, the volume contains a detailed sermon about Saint Clare of Assisi, into which is incorporated her vita; an open letter from a father to his spiritual children, attributed to a Franciscan monk; a sermon about suffering, death and the sacraments (an interpretation of John 16,21); and a meditation Von...

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.

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 636 : Sallust, Coniuratio Catilinae and Bellum Jugurthinum

Ildefons Von Arx & Gaius Sallustius Crispus
This manuscript, probably not written in St. Gall, contains two works by the ancient author Sallust (Gaius Sallustius Crispus): p. 1-95 Coniuratio Catilinae, (history of the Catiline Conspiracy); p. 95-206 Bellum Jugurthinum (history of the Jugurthine War). The codex is written by various hands; several chapters are repeated, e.g., Coniuratio Catilinae, chap. 46-52 (p. 195-206).

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