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AM 822 4to

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Biography of Flavius Lucius Dexter and the Omnimoda historia attributed to him

Name
Lerche, Cornelius Pedersen 
Birth
31 October 1615 
Death
03 January 1681 
Occupation
Diplomat 
Roles
Owner; collector 
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Name
Yavuz, N. Kıvılcım 
Occupation
Researcher 
Roles
Scholar; Cataloguer 
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Name
San Llorente Luis de 
Occupation
 
Roles
Scribe; Author; collector 
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Name
Dexter, Flavius Lucius 
Occupation
 
Roles
Author 
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Name
Higuera, Jerónimo Román de la 
Birth
18 August 1538 
Death
14 September 1611 
Occupation
 
Roles
Author 
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Name
Torres, Joannes de 
Occupation
 
Roles
Scribe 
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Note
This manuscript is related to AM 823 4to.
Language of Text
Latin (primary); Spanish

Physical Description

Condition

This manuscript consists of two parts, both paper: Part I consists of 10 folio-size unbound leaves and Part II consists of the quarto-size codex. Part I is folded into two and kept inside the codex.

History

Provenance
Both parts of the manuscript were in the possession of Cornelius Pedersen Lerche at the time of his death.
Acquisition
There is no record of acquisition.

Additional

Record History
This manuscript is currently being catalogued. Last updated on 03 April 2019 by N. Kıvılcım Yavuz.

Contents

Part I ~ AM 822 4to - I
1(1r-8r)
Vita Flavii Lucii Dexteri
Rubric

“Vita Omnimodae Historia | Flavii Lucii Dexteri | Prefectaus Prætorio | Orientis | Ex M S codice S E. Uerse | Lensis et cum Scolys | D Ludouici Sanllorent Cordu | bensis et portionarius S E H | Anno Domini 1609”

Final Rubric

“Emi Verceli libros sequentes a Canonico quodam | Omnimodam historiam Flavii Lucii Dexterii | Apringius episcopus Pacensis In apocalypsim | Calixtus Papa Secundus De gestis Iacobi | Beati Isidori Hispalensis de Conuersione”

Note
The rubric on fol. 1r serves as a title page.

Fols 1v-2v were originally left blank apart from a rubric (“Omnimoda”) on fol. 2r but now include notes in Spanish added by different hands.

Language of Text

Latin (primary); Spanish

Keywords

Physical Description

Support

Paper.

No. of leaves
10. Size of leaves: 280 mm x 210 mm.
Foliation
Foliated in blue pencil a-h.
Collation

  • I: fols 1-2 (1+2)
  • II: fols 3-8 (3+10, 4+9, 5+8, 6+7)

Layout

Written in one column throughout; 30 lines per page.

Size of written area: 225 mm x 155 mm.

Horizontal catchwords on the bottom right corner of fols 3r-7v. Quire signature "A" on the bottom margin on fol. 3r.

Script

Written by Luis de San Llorente, based on the information in the title on fol. 1r and the final rubric on fol. 8r.

Additions

Signature “V. 297” in light brown ink on the top left corner of fol. 1r.

Binding

Unbound.

History

Origin

Written in Spain in 1609, based on the information in the title on fol. 1r.

Provenance

The manuscript was in the possession of Cornelius Pedersen Lerche at the time of his death and is mentioned in the 1682 auction catalogue under folio manuscripts as no. 11 (See Catalogus, p. 164).

Acquisition
There is no record of acquisition.
Part II ~ AM 822 4to - II
1(3r-72v)
Omnimoda historia
2(73r-112v)
Omnimoda historia
Rubric

“Chronicon | M. Maximi Cæsaraugus | tani Episcopi | A D Argebatum | Episcopum Portucalensem et |Anno Domini | 1618”

Language of Text

Latin

Keywords
3(113r-120r)
Additiones
Rubric

“Additiones | Sancti Braulionis ad Maximum | et | Helecæ Cæsaraugustanorum E | piscoporum”

Language of Text

Latin

Keywords

Physical Description

Support
Paper.
No. of leaves
i + 152 + iii. Size of leaves: 253 mm x 182 mm.
Script

Written by Joannes de Torres, based on the information in the title on fol. 3r (Kålund's Katalog provides the name as “Corres”).

Additions

Signature “V. 359” in light brown ink on the top left corner of fol. 1r and on the top left corner of the front cover. Signature “359” in red crayon on the top left corner of the front cover.

Binding

Limp binding. Laced parchment case with semi-yapp edges on the fore edge.The title on the spine reads: “Chronicon Flavii Dextri”.

History

Origin

Written in Spain in 1618, based on the information in the title on fol. 1r..

Provenance

The manuscript was in the possession of Cornelius Pedersen Lerche at the time of his death and is mentioned in the 1682 auction catalogue under quarto manuscripts as no. 4 (See Catalogus, p. 166).

Acquisition
There is no record of acquisition.

Bibliography

AuthorTitleEditorScope
Katalog over Den Arnamagnæanske Håndskriftsamlinged. Kristian KålundII: p. 221
Catalogus selectissimorum librorum Omnium Facultatum et Linguarum, Nobilissimi et Illustrissimi Domini b[ene] m[eriti] Cornelii Lerkeed. Peder Lerchep. 164-167
Harald IlsøeDet kongelige Bibliotek i støbeskeen: Studier og samlinger til bestandens historie indtil ca. 1780I: p. 360-364
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