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The Pomeranian Library in Szczecin

Książnica Pomorska im. Stanisława Staszica

ul. Podgórna 15/16, 70-205 Szczecin – see on map

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16 medieval MSS and several fragments.

Bibliography

General
  • Frederichs (1931).
  • Kozłowska (1993), 221.
  • Kuhnke (1877).
  • Lemcke (1879).
  • Szajko (1984).
  • Zbiory (1988), 234-237.
  • Zbiory (2003), 318-326.

Manuscripts

  1. Cod1 (XV.42): Volumen Symonis de Cassia — 15th c.; Latin; paper; 307 ff; 29 x 22 cm [MSPL 00251] Facsimile
  2. Cod2 (XV.43): Biblia: Testamentum Vetus et Novum cum prologiis – 15th c. (1463); Latin; paper; 311+II ff; 32 x 21 cm [MSPL 00252] Facsimile
  3. Cod3 (XV.44): Postillae super epistolas canonicas Augustini de Ancona; Divisiones super summas; Commentarium in primum librum Sententiarum Petri Lombardi — 15th c.; Latin; paper; 166 ff; 29 x 22 cm [MSPL 00253] Facsimile
  4. Cod4 (XV.45): Sermones predicati in concilio Constanciensi; Varia theologica; Notae obituariae ecclesiae Caminensis — 15th c.; Latin; paper; 381 ff; 29 x 20,5 cm [MSPL 00254] Facsimile
  5. Cod5 (XV.46): Sermones; Collaciones; Sermones arboris; Sermo — 15th c.; Latin; paper; 302 ff.; 30 x 22,5 cm [MSPL 00255] Facsimile
  6. Cod6 (XV.47): Thomas Wallensis, Expositio in Augustini De civitate Dei; Petrarca, Epistolae familiares; Macrobius super sompnio Scipionis; Flores beati Augustini in libros De civitate Dei; Epistola consolatoria; Ioannis Calderini consilia; Petrarchae epistolae; Baldi de Perusio consilium; Francisci de Aretio consilium; Isidori ethymologiarum libri [registrum]; Festi breviarium historiae Romanae; Versus; Ps.-Bernardus Claraevallensis De cognitione humanae conditionis; Sermo — 15th c.; Latin; paper; 337 ff; 29,5 x 22 cm [MSPL 00256] Facsimile
  7. Cod7 (XV.48): Consilia et allegationes Ludovici de Roma — 15th c.; Latin; paper; 269 ff; 43 x 29 cm [MSPL 00257] Facsimile
  8. Cod8 (XV.49): Vocabularius iuris; Tractatus maleficiorum; Repetitio Pauli de Palatzolis; Tractatus duo de regulis iuris; Andreae de Barbatia decisiones iuris quinque — 15th c.; Latin; paper; 241 ff; 42,5 x 29,5 cm [MSPL 00258] Facsimile
  9. Cod9 (XV.50): Thomas de Aquino, Quaestiones de quodlibet — 15th c.; Latin; paper; 150 ff; 29,5 x 21,5 cm [MSPL 00259] Facsimile
  10. Cod10 (XV.51): Pericopae cum glossis; Hymni de tempore et de sanctis; Legenda de s. Catherina; Ioannes de Hildesheim, Historia Trium Regum; Sermones — 15th c.; Latin; paper; 294 ff; 21,5 x 15,5 cm [MSPL 00260] Facsimile
  11. Cod11 (XV.52): Officium seum Missale in Ecclesia Mariana olim decantatum et lectum a Dominica I Adventus — 14th c.; Latin; parchment; 195+VI ff; 35 x 27 cm [MSPL 00261] Facsimile
  12. Cod12 (XV.53): Missalis Pomerana Stargardiensis volumen 2 a festo Epiphaniae — 14th/15th c.; Latin; parchment; 183 ff; 35 x 26,5 cm [MSPL 00262] Facsimile
  13. Cod13 (XV.54): Biblia cum prologiis s. Hieronymi — 14th c. (beginning); Latin; parchment; 389 ff; 45,5 x 32,5 cm [MSPL 00263] Facsimile
  14. Cod14 (XV.39): Miscellanea iuridico-theologica — 14th c. (end); Latin; paper; I+522 ff; 29,5 x 21,5 cm [MSPL 00264] Facsimile
  15. Cod 15 (XV.40): Exposiciones Ethicorum Nicomacheorum per Henricum de Allemannia — 14th c. (1398); Latin; paper; II+194 ff; 30 x 20,5 cm [MSPL 00265] Facsimile
  16. Cod16 (XV.41): Eulogium Marcelleti — 14th c. (1368); Latin; paper; II+287 ff; 29 x 22 cm [MSPL 00266] Facsimile

Three manuscript fragments in the binding of a 16th c. printed book – Gregoriana super Novum Testamentum, Paris: Berthold Rembolt, 1516, and Iacobus Locher, Apologia contra poetarum acerrimum hostem Georgium Zingel, Strasbourg: Johann Grüninger, 1503; cf. Wojtkowski (1964):

  1. Missale, — 11th c.
  2. Homiliarium, — 11th c.
  3. Biblia Latina, — 12th c.