Martianus, Capella (S. V)
This large-format 11th century manuscript by Martianus Capella transmits the first two books of his work De nuptiis Philologiae et Mercurii, one of the most widely-read books of the Middle Ages, together with Remigius of Auxerre's commentary, which was written for instruction. Noteworthy is the contemporaneous original binding: the quires are attached to the parchment cover with thin strips of parchment (cf. Szirmai).
Online Since: 03/19/2015
- Eutyches, Grammaticus (Author) | Martianus, Capella (Author) | Nietzsche, Friedrich (Annotator) | Remigius, Altissiodorensis (Commentator) | Silvester II, Papa (Author) Found in: Standard description
Bifolium of a manuscript of Martianus Capella's De nuptiis Philologiae et Mercurii, which served as pastedown on the front board of Bern, Burgerbibliothek, Cod. 47 (a homiliary from the Strassbourg Cathedral Libarary). This fragment came to Bern in 1632 as part of the bequest of Jacques Bongars.
Online Since: 07/12/2021
9 leaves (probably 1 quire) of a manuscript produced in France. The fragment contains passages from the eighth book of Martianus Capella's De nuptiis Philologiae et Mercurii, as well as grammatical excerpts. It came to Bern in 1632 as part of the property of Jacques Bongars.
Online Since: 07/12/2021
This composite manuscript was produced during the 10th/11th and the 13th/14th centuries in Einsiedeln and St. Gall. It contains various selections intended for religious education, such as the lives of saints Faustinus, Jovita and Gangolf, the Benedictine Rule, sermons, a liturgical tract and De ratione temporum.
Online Since: 12/21/2009
- Hrabanus, Maurus (Author) | Ligerz, Heinrich von (Librarian) | Macrobius, Ambrosius Theodosius (Author) | Martianus, Capella (Author) | Morel, Gallus (Librarian) Found in: Standard description
Versiculary, Hymnal, Tropary and Sequentiary from the monastery of St. Gall, written and provided with neumes around 930, possibly by a monk named Salomon. The small-sized, undecorated manuscript contains the St. Gall repertoire of the chants sung in the monastery and works by the monks Notker Balbulus, Tuotilo, Ratpert, Waltram and Ekkehart I. Counts among the foremost monuments worldwide in the history of early medieval music.
Online Since: 05/24/2007
- Martianus, Capella (Author) | Notker, Balbulus (Author) Found in: Standard description
Notker the German, Old High German translation and commentary on De nuptiis Philologiae et Mercurii of Martianus Capella; two commentaries on the gospels from the 12th and 13th century; a translation from Latin into Old High German plus commentary on the first two books of Martianus Capella's († 439) work The Marriage of Philology and Mercury by the St. Gall monk Notker the German written in the 11th century. The two commentaries on the gospels date from the 12th and 13th centuries. The Martianus Capella part is a palimpsest, for the most part written over an older, barely legible text of the Institutiones Grammaticae of Priscianus of Caesarea.
Online Since: 12/12/2006