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BETA cnum 1769
Uniform Title IDno, Author and Title texid 1774
Alfonso de la Torre. Visión deleitable
Language castellano
Date Escrito 1440 ca.
City, library, collection, & call number Madrid: Biblioteca Nacional de España, MSS/3367 | olim 3367 | olim L-133 | olim Vitrina 17-5
Copied Corona d'Aragó (reino): 1441 ca. a quo - 1500 ca. (fecha del texto / letra)
Location in witness ff. 1r-67v (Faulhaber)
Incipits & Explicits in witness dedic.: [ 1r] G¿13?Anado. el.cora|zon. poR | diuersi|dat. de meritos vr̃os … [ 2r] … me | parecio claramẽte hauer visto todas las sigujẽtes cosas:
rúbr.: [ 2r] Vision | en la qual poheticamente e por figuras se declaran los | maeles [!] e tribulaciones deL Mundo.
texto: [ 2r] V6i las cauernas delas Eolias | jnsulas … [ 67v] … de su gracia e virtudes | enel hotra la bienauenturança perdurable por siempre. Amen. | Deo gracias
perícopa: [ 1r] Sciencias
glosa: [ 1r] Dos maneras | de sciẽcias hauemos | segũt el philosopho … [ 66v] … Jo. 17 [?]. | hec ẽ uita eterna vt | cognoscam [?] te solum | vnum ꝟum deum et ih~m | xp̃m quem mjsisti.
Commentary Desconocido (Weiss 2013), [glosas en navarro-aragonés de]
Associated Persons Autor (var.): Torre, Bachiller de la
References (Most recent first) Facsm. digital visto por: Faulhaber (2017), Inspección personal
Incipits / explicits de: Faulhaber (2017), Inspección personal
Catalogado en: Weiss (2013), “Vernacular Commentaries and Glosses in Late Medieval Castile, I: A checklist of Castilian Authors”, Text, Manuscript, and Print in Medieval and Modern Iberia: Studies in Honour of David Hook 237-38 , n. A38
Note Weiss 2013: “An unusual and important set of occasionally extensive marginal glosses, translated from the late 15th-century Catalan commentary prepared by ‘mestre Aleix' for his edition of Arnau Estanyol's 14th-century translation of Giles of Rome. The Navarro-Aragonese annotator (not the copyist) omitted some glosses and transcribed others imperfectly. Glossed words are underlined in red. The principal concern is with matters of natural philosophy, the main source being Aristotle and his commentators and the Sentences of Peter Lombard.”
Record Status Created 1988-05-12
Updated 2019-02-25