St. Paul im Lavanttal, Stiftsbibliothek, MS 86a/1

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St. Paul im Lavanttal, Stiftsbibliothek, MS 86a

Reichenau Primer

Location St. Paul im Lavanttal, Stiftsbibliothek
Shelfmark 86a/1

Categories

Continental manuscripts containing Irish
web page identifiers

page name: St. Paul im Lavanttal, Stiftsbibliothek, MS 86a/1
page url: http://www.vanhamel.nl/codecs/St._Paul_im_Lavanttal,_Stiftsbibliothek,_MS_86a/1
page ID: 390
page ID tracker: http://www.vanhamel.nl/codecs/Show:ID?id=390

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Title
Title or descriptor
Reichenau Primer
Description Latin hymns, Latin grammatical texts, with Old Irish poems, e.g. Pangur Bán (f. 1)
Provenance
Date s. ixin early 9th century
Origin possibly Reichenau Abbey
Scribes, hands
Codicological description
Foliation / pagination now 8 folia, with a 9th folio kept separately in Karlsruhe
Palaeographical description
none available as yet
Contents
Additions Old High German glosses
Work in progress
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f. 1r.1-31
[Vita Virgilii (Vita Noricensis I)] » Incipit: ‘Locus tempus persona in hac arte Aeneidos quaerendi sunt ⁊ causa scribendi [...]’ » Explicit: ‘ethicam in Georgicis in Aeneidis loycam’ » Version of the Life of Virgil known as the Vita Noricensis I (ed. Jakob Brummer, Vitae Vergilianae (1912): 54–55). It opens with a number of introductory questions or periochae. A gloss in the left margin (f. 1r.10) seems to read .
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f. 1r.32-f. 1v.3
[Vita Virgilii (Vita Noricensis II)] » Incipit: ‘Puplius Virgilius Maro natus est in Idibus Octobris Pompeio [...]’ » Explicit: ‘[...] quo semel est inbuta recens seruabit odorem testa diu’ » Version of the Life of Virgil known as the Vita Noricensis II (ed. Jakob Brummer, Vitae Vergilianae (1912): 55).
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f. 1v.4-8
» Incipit: ‘v̄ [in the margin] sunt nomina et feminina et neutra communia et tellus olus’ » Excerpts from a variety of sources on topics such as grammar and geography in the Bible.
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f. 1v.9-19
» Incipit: ‘Quid de luscinia dicamus quae peruigil custos [...]’ » Extracts from Ambrose (Hexameron, Books V and VI) on the subject of certain animals.
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f. 1v.20-24
[Adgúisiu fid nallabrach] » Incipit: ‘Adgúisiu fid nallabrach ⁊ arggatbrain etir tenid ocus fraig’ » Irish incantation (Thes. ii 293).
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f. 1v.25-39
[Messe ocus Pangur bán] » (Thes. ii 293–294)
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» One leaf lost between ff. 1 and 2.
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f. 2r.1-13
» Scholia on the Aeneid (I 28-39).
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f. 2r
» Astronomical table.
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f. 2v.1-2
» Incipit: ‘confestim veluti competendi festinatione. nullus pro non’ » Top of the page, in smaller script: two Latin glosses deriving, according to Stern (1908), from Charisius
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f. 2va
» MS heading: ‘Articuli grecorum’ » Left, narrow column: paradigms of Greek pronouns with glosses in Latin.
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f. 2vb
» Incipit: ‘De modis sylogismorum. qui fiunt cum aliqua conclusione sunt vii. Primus modus est. si dies est lucet. est autem dies. lucet igitur’ » Explicit: ‘Septimus modus est ita. non dies et nox. et si nox non est. dies igitur est’ » Right column, in larger script: note on syllogisms.
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f. 2v
» Incipit: ‘Secundus circulus ex eo terminos tropicos ’ » In smaller script: note on circuli paralleli deriving, according to Stern, from the De astronomia attributed to Hyginus (I. 6).
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f. 3r-f. 4v
» Notes (continued) on Greek grammar and vocabulary.
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f. 4v-5v
» Miscellaneous notes.
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f. 6r-f. 8r
» 29 Latin hymns on the canonical hours
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f. 8v.1-5
[M'airiuclán h-i Túaim Inbir] » MS heading: ‘suibne gelt’ » Incipit: ‘Mairiuclan hituaim inbir’ » Old Irish poem.
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f. 8v.6-8
[Is én immo n-iada sás] » Incipit: ‘Is en immo n.iada sas’ » Old Irish poem.
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f. 8va.9-20
» First column: declension of o κιθαριστης.
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f. 8vb.9-17
» Incipit: ‘quod ab initio aetherea corpora sensibilia habent angeli’ » Second column: Latin note about angels.
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f. 8vb
» Line from the Aeneid (II 659).
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f. 8vb
[Áed oll fri andud n-áne] » Incipit: ‘Aed oll fri andud nane’ » Old Irish poem.
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The list below has been collated from the table of contents (if available on this page)
Progress in this area is being made piecemeal. Full and partial tables of contents are available for a small number of manuscripts.
and incoming annotations concerning individual texts (again, if available).
Whenever catalogue entries about texts are annotated with information about particular manuscript witnesses, these manuscripts can be queried for the texts that are linked to them.
Adgúisiu fid nallabrach
(MS)
f. 1v.20-24
incipit: Adgúisiu fid nallabrach ⁊ arggatbrain etir tenid ocus fraig   Irish incantation (Thes. ii 293).
Is én immo n-iada sás
(MS)
f. 8v.6-8
incipit: Is en immo n.iada sas   Old Irish poem.
(MS)
f. 8v.1-5
rubric: suibne gelt   incipit: Mairiuclan hituaim inbir   Old Irish poem.
(MS)
f. 1v.25-39
(Thes. ii 293–294)
(Text)
f. 1v.25-39  
Vita Virgilii (Vita Noricensis I)
(MS)
f. 1r.1-31
incipit: Locus tempus persona in hac arte Aeneidos quaerendi sunt ⁊ causa scribendi [...]   Version of the Life of Virgil known as the Vita Noricensis I (ed. Jakob Brummer, Vitae Vergilianae (1912): 54–55). It opens with a number of introductory questions or periochae. A gloss in the left margin (f. 1r.10) seems to read .
Vita Virgilii (Vita Noricensis II)
(MS)
f. 1r.32-f. 1v.3
incipit: Puplius Virgilius Maro natus est in Idibus Octobris Pompeio [...]   Version of the Life of Virgil known as the Vita Noricensis II (ed. Jakob Brummer, Vitae Vergilianae (1912): 55).
(MS)
f. 8vb
incipit: Aed oll fri andud nane   Old Irish poem.
(Text)
f. 8vb  



  • Sources

Primary sources
This section typically includes references to diplomatic editions, facsimiles and photographic reproductions, notably digital image archives, of at least a major portion of the manuscript. For editions of individual texts, see their separate entries.

[dig. img.] Tristram, Konrad J. (photography), Reichenauer Schulheft - Reichenau Primer: Benediktinerstift St. Paul im Lavanttal (Kärnten) - St. Paul in Carinthia, Online: Hildegard L. C. Tristram. URL: <http://hildegard.tristram.de/schulheft/>.

Secondary sources

Tristram, Hildegard L. C., “Die irischen Gedichte im Reichenauer Schulheft”, in: Anreiter, Peter, and Erzsébet Jerem (eds.), Studia Celtica et Indogermanica: Festschrift für Wolfgang Meid zum 70. Geburtstag, Archaeolingua 10, Budapest: Archaeolingua, 1999. 503–529.
Windisch, Ernst (ed.), Irische Texte mit Wörterbuch, 4 vols, vol. 1, Leipzig, 1880.
Internet Archive: <link> Internet Archive: <link>
312–320

Queried results

if available
Tristram, Konrad J. (photography), Reichenauer Schulheft - Reichenau Primer: Benediktinerstift St. Paul im Lavanttal (Kärnten) - St. Paul in Carinthia, Online: Hildegard L. C. Tristram. URL: <http://hildegard.tristram.de/schulheft/>.
Tristram, Hildegard L. C., “Die irischen Gedichte im Reichenauer Schulheft”, in: Anreiter, Peter, and Erzsébet Jerem (eds.), Studia Celtica et Indogermanica: Festschrift für Wolfgang Meid zum 70. Geburtstag, Archaeolingua 10, Budapest: Archaeolingua, 1999. 503–529.
Oskamp, Hans P. A., “The Irish material in the St. Paul Irish codex”, Éigse 17:3 (1978): 385–391.
Kenney, James F., “Chapter VII: Religious literature and ecclesiastical culture”, in: Kenney, James F., The sources for the early history of Ireland: an introduction and guide. Volume 1: ecclesiastical, Records of Civilization: Sources and Studies 11, Revised ed. (1929), New York: Octagon, 1966. 622–744.
Stern, Ludwig Christian, “Über die irische Handschrift in St. Paul”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 6 (1908): 546–555.
Internet Archive: <link>
Windisch, Ernst (ed.), Irische Texte mit Wörterbuch, 4 vols, vol. 1, Leipzig, 1880.
Internet Archive: <link> Internet Archive: <link>

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